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Filming Begins on Dennis Iliadis’ He’S Out There

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He helmed the 2009 remake of Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left and took viewers to a party they wouldn’t soon forget in 2013’s +1. Now director Dennis Iliadis is hard at work on his latest film, He’s Out There, which has started filming in Canada:

Press Release: Montreal, July 29, 2016 – Principal photography has begun on Screen Gems’ suspense thriller, He’s Out There. Yvonne Strahovski stars, along with Justin Bruening, Anna Pniowsky, Abigail Pniowsky, Julian Bailey and Ryan McDonald. Dennis Iliadis directs, from a script by Mike Scannell. Producers are Adrienne Biddle and Bryan Bertino of Unbroken Pictures. Glenn Gainor is executive producer.

On vacation at a remote lake house, a mother and her two young daughters must fight for survival after falling into a terrifying and bizarre nightmare.

Yvonne Strahovski’s film roles include I, Frankenstein, The Guilt Trip and Killer Elite, and she will next
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TV Review: Fringe 4.8, ‘Back To Where You’ve Never Been’

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

After a desperate wait over the Christmas hiatus, Fringe has once again graced our living rooms with probably the most exciting episode of Season 4 so far. As ever with these Fringe reviews, it will be impossible to say anything of any value without massive spoilers so don’t read this until you’ve seen the episode.

But before we get down to it, I have to announce that the highly coveted award for Understatement of the Century goes to Peter Bishop! (Joshua Jackson) “I’m not the Peter that you think I am… I’m from… another place. It’s all very complicated.”

Too right Mr. Bishop! Of course up until now I had convinced myself that it wasn’t really that complicated if you looked into it. Is it? I didn’t fully realise the extent of my error until the other day when I
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Fringe Sneak Peek: Discovering the Truth on December 2

Earlier today we posted a wicked trailer for the next new episode of Fringe, which will be airing on December 2. Now we have sneak peeks of additional scenes not shown in that trailer. This looks like it's shaping up to be one hell of an episode. Watch the video from Fox below and make sure you tune into Fringe at 9:00 p.m. on December 2!

Lives And Worlds Are In Jeopardy On An All-new “Fringe” On Thursday, December 2, On Fox

Peter grapples with the aftermath of recent events as Olivia desperately searches for an ally. Meanwhile, the Fringe Team discovers a critical device that communicates between universes in the all-new “Entrada” episode of Fringe airing Thursday, Dec. 2 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Fr-308) (TV-14 D, S, V)

Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip
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Fringe Movie Trailer For December 2's Big Episode

A brand new episode of Fringe will be airing tomorrow night (December 2) and it promises to be a very big episode. Peter now knows that the Olivia he's been sleeping with isn't the real Olivia. Meanwhile, over in the other universe, the real Olivia now knows exactly who she is.

Fox put together a pretty awesome looking "movie-style" trailer to mark Fringe's big episode for tomorrow night. You can watch it below, as well as view promo photos for the upcoming episode.

Lives And Worlds Are In Jeopardy On An All-new “Fringe” On Thursday, December 2, On Fox

Peter grapples with the aftermath of recent events as Olivia desperately searches for an ally. Meanwhile, the Fringe Team discovers a critical device that communicates between universes in the all-new “Entrada” episode of Fringe airing Thursday, Dec. 2 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Fr-308) (TV-14 D, S, V)

Cast: Anna Torv
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Photos – Fringe 3.03 “The Plateau”

We’re back in the alt-world for the all new October 7 episode of Fringe. Check out promo photos and a synopsis from Fox below.

Timing Is Critical When Deadly Fringe Events Occur Over There On An All-new “Fringe” Thursday, October 7, On Fox

In this case, timing is everything as a series of anomalous events lead the Fringe Division to investigate deadly incidents with unimaginable coincidences. As the freaky crimes continue to occur, the team is in a race against time to protect potential victims. Meanwhile, Secretary Bishop shares his strategic plan with Colonel Broyles as Olivia grapples with a heart-stopping vision in the all-new “The Plateau” episode of Fringe airing Thursday, Oct. 7 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Fr-303) (TV-14 V)

Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles; Blair Brown as Nina Sharp; Jasika Nicole
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2010 San Antonio Film Festival: Official Lineup

The 16th annual San Antonio Film Festival, which runs June 23-27, is truly a great combination of celebrating local talent and international cinema, screening films produced in Texas to ones produced in Europe, South America and the Middle East.

There’s also a distinct flavor of socially aware fictional narratives and documentaries, including films about Tibetan refugees, migrant workers, the 2008 Presidential election, alcoholism and genocide. But, that’s not to say the fest is a totally serious affair as there’s also several genre films about the World Cup, sheep rustlers, dancers, crooks and other ne’er-do-wells. It looks like a fun mix.

The full lineup of films is below. The way the festival runs is that films screen in blocks in three different theaters. A “block” of films will generally contain a feature or two (feature = film that is 50 mins. or more), plus several shorts. In the lineup I have up,
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Photos – Fringe 2.21/2.22 "Over There, Parts 1 & 2"

The two-part season 2 finale of Fringe will be airing on May 13 and May 20 and Leonard Nimoy will be returning as William Bell. Fox has released promo photos and two synopses for the season finale. You can also view a promo we previously posted.

The Team Ventures Into The Alternate World In Part One Of The Two-part “Fringe” Season Finale On “Fringe” Thursday, May 13, On Fox

Guest Stars Leonard Nimoy, Orla Brady and Ari Graynor Return

In part one of the two-part, two-night second season finale, Walter and Olivia travel to the parallel universe, and the anticipated face-off between Walter Bishop and William Bell occurs when special guest star Leonard Nimoy returns in the all-new “Over There, Part 1” episode of Fringe airing Thursday, May 13 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Fr-221) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop
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Promo – Fringe 2.21 "Over There, Part 1"

It hardly seems like it's time, does it? Fringe's second (and best) season is drawing to a close, beginning on May 13 with "Over There, Part 1." And folks, it looks like a good one. It looks like we'll finally get to see Olivia cross over to the other dimension, and it doesn't exactly look like a fun place. First of all, Olivia's ginger. Not that I have anything against gingers — I'm a ginger myself — but Olivia just doesn't look right with red hair. Just like Charlie Francis doesn't look right bald. But Phillip Broyles certainly looks badass in the alternate universe, I'll give him that.

But first, there's the question of getting to the alternate universe. That's going to involve getting some of the Jacksonville kids back together, including Nick Lane from last season's "Bad Dreams." Last time we saw him, he was being put into a medically-induced coma and
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DVD Review: Great Acting Elevates ‘The Private Lives of Pippa Lee’

Chicago – Is there anything more damaging to an actor’s performance than a Botox needle? It’s heartbreaking to see faces that were once so expressive become stiff and embalmed. Robin Wright is living proof that a naturally older appearance is infinitely preferable to a synthetically younger one. Her face has only gotten better with age, and has rarely been used to more mesmerizing effect than in “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee.”

This is the fourth film written and directed by Rebecca Miller, a versatile artist whose work has always been provocative and insightful, though it often fails to coalesce into a satisfying whole. Miller based “Pippa Lee” off of her own novel, and there are moments when the film seems as uneven and unstable as its titular protagonist. Though it occasionally stumbles into overwrought waters, the film maintains a playful, off-kilter charm that is quite appealing.

DVD Rating:
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Brand New “Private Lives of Pippa Lee” Poster

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Check out a brand new poster for Rebecca Miller’s movie “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee” screened at the 59th Berlin International Film Festival as one of the out of competition films. The movie is adapted from writer-director Rebecca Miller’s novel of the same name.

From all outward appearances, Pippa Lee (Robin Wright Penn) leads a charmed existence. She is the devoted wife of an accomplished publisher (Alan Arkin) thirty years her senior, the proud mother of two grown children, and a trusted friend and confidant to all who cross her path. But as Pippa dutifully follows her husband to a new life in a staid Connecticut retirement community, her idyllic world and the persona she has built over the course of her marriage will be put to the ultimate test.

In truth, looks are deceiving, and this picture-perfect woman has seen more than her fair share of turmoil in her youth.
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