From the creators of 8 Seconds, Mr. Baseball and Pain and Gain comes the contemporary coming-of-age adventure Skating To New York, debuting on Blu-ray™ and DVD Feb. 17 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Five teenage boys leave their small Canadian town behind and risk skating across Lake Ontario to New York on the coldest day of the year. The story of home and friendship, leadership and facing up to danger, about growing up and never giving up stars Connor Jessup (“Falling Skies”), Gage Munroe (Immortals), Wesley Morgan (Kick Ass 2), Matthew Knight (The Grudge 2), Dylan Everett (“Degrassi”), Michelle Nolden (“Nikita”) and Jason Gedrick
The "Jag" veteran essentially has been playing two series roles for several years, if one takes her recurring part as the seemingly magical Cassie in Hallmark Channel's "Good Witch" TV movies into consideration along with Denise Sherwood, the sometimes brutally realistic character she plays weekly when the Lifetime drama "Army Wives" is in season.
"The Good Witch's Charm" -- the fifth entry in the franchise -- makes its Hallmark debut Saturday, Oct. 27, immediately after a marathon of the four earlier films. Business owner, small-town mayor, stepmom and new biological mom Cassie never has been proven to be an actual sorceress, but that confirmation might be closer as a reporter's (Geordie Johnson) interview with her reveals a strange phenomenon and goes viral ... bringing an unwanted form of attention to Cassie and her locale.
See the fall movie list below which includes All My Children's Natalie Hall and Kim Delaney, General Hospital's Greg Vaughan and As The World Turns' Dylan Bruce.
Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere
Saturday, September 17 (9p.m. Et/Pt, 8C)
Starring: Nancy McKeon, Wes Brown, Julie Mond, Abigail Mavity, Jerry Burns
“Love Begins” is the prequel inspired by award-winning author Janette Oke’s most beloved book series Love Comes Softly and Oke’s iconic hero Clark Davis (Brown). Clark’s adventurous dreams of seeing the world are cut short when he lands in jail after a café brawl. Clark strikes a
Is this boy a juvenile delinquent? Is he a total sissy? Are his parents super overprotective? What’s the deal? And is it really a good idea to pair a teenage boy almost assuredly experiencing hormonal overdrive with a really cute girl of an appropriate age for him to engage in the sort of carnal activity the adult film world has taught me always happens whenever an attractive babysitter is hired? That doesn’t seem right at all. Same reason I think it should be illegal for women to order pizza or hire
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After Dark Films Announces Seventh Original Title
Seconds Apart Packs A Terrifying One-two Punch
Los Angeles, CA (Dec. 9th, 2010) — After Dark Films CEO Courtney Solomon has announced, Seconds Apart, as part of the After Dark Originals “A New Brand of Fear” line-up. The film is directed by award winning short-film director Antonio Negret (Towards Darkness) and stars Orlando Jones (Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, Evolution) and twins Gary Entin (Rest Stop, The Seeker) & Edmund Entin (Rest Stop, The Seeker, The New Daughter).
Seth and Jonah are murderous twins who share an evil kinship. Damned from the moment of their births, the brothers possess a talent for telekinesis – a power they
After Dark Films Shows Its Mettle With Latest Title
Husk sows fear and reaps horror in the latest "After Dark Originals" film.
After Dark Films CEO Courtney Solomon has once again planted terror into the hearts of horror fans. Husk, the sixth chilling feature film as part of the After Dark Originals is a gruesome tale written and directed by Brett Simmons (Mark of Love) based on Simmons’ short film of the same name. The film stars Wes Chatham (The Unit, In the Valley of Elah), C.J. Thomason (The Big Bank Theory), and Devon Graye (Scar 3D and Showtime’s Dexter).
When a murder of crows smash into the windshield causing their car to crash, the group of young friends,
Stars: Shawnee Smith, Matthew Knight, Emi Ikehata, Aiko Horiuchi, Shimba Tsuchiya, Marina Sirtis | Written by Brad Keene | Directed by Toby Wilkins
Jake, the sole survivor of The Grudge 2, is confined to a psychiatric hospital under the watch of Dr Sullivan, played by Saw’s Shawnee Smith. After Jake is brutally murdered in his hospital room by a ghostly assailant, Dr. Sullivan comes to realise his stories of a demonic long black haired killer are true. Over in Tokyo, the evil Kayako’s sister, Naoko, hears of Jake’s death through a newspaper report. Knowing how to stop the curse, she travels to America and takes up residence in the haunted Chicago apartment block from the previous film. There she meets the landlord Max and his two sisters, Lisa and Rose. And Rose it seems is communicating with the ghostly Toshio. As more deaths occur it becomes
In terms of the number, it is Miranda Cosgrove and her show "iCarly" that earn the most. Beside the actress herself who is nominated for Best Performance in a TV Series by a Leading Actress, the whole cast are nominated for Outstanding Young Performers in a TV Series. Additionally, Nathan Kress and Joey Luthman land a nod each in supporting actor and recurring categories respectively.
However, Nate Hartley adds one for "Hannah Montana" in the guest starring category. As for Gomez's "Wizards of Waverly Place", it is Jake T. Austin who gets a nod, while as for Lovato's "Sonny with a Chance
Both Selena and Demi received the nomination for their performance as Carter Mason and Rosalinda respectively in "Princess Protection Program". Beside each other, they are also up against two other hopefuls, Tori Barban of "The Christmas Hope" and Patricia Raven of "Dear Harvard".
The two teen stars are not the only Disney's leading lady to get nominated for 2010 Young Artist Awards. Miley Cyrus has earned a nod for Leading Young Actress in TV series for her role on "Hannah Montana". She is listed among four other contenders that include the star of Nickelodeon's "iCarly", Miranda Cosgrove.
Los Angeles, CA (January 8, 2010) — Kill Theory, the eighth and final pick for After Dark Films Horrorfest 4, was announced today by Adf CEO Courtney Solomon.
The national film festival opens January 29, 2010 for one-week in 25 markets.
Kill Theory was written by Kelly Palmer and directed by Chris Moore (Producer, Good Will Hunting and upcoming Adjustment Bureau).
Starring roles are filled by Agnes Bruckner, Patrick Flueger, Taryn Manning, Teddy Dunn, Ryanne Duzich, Daniel Franzese, Theo Rossi, Steffi Wickens, and Kevin Gage. The film was produced by Dan Abrams, Julie Dangel and Amanda White. Adam Rosenfelt, Chris Bender, and Morris Bart also produced.
In Kill Theory, a group of college friends visit a secluded vacation home to celebrate their impending graduation. The fun doesn’t last long, however. Forced to participate in a deadly experiment by a sadistic psychopath, each
The story of Finn on the Fly follows Frisbee-playing dog named Finn and his shy 13 year-old owner Ben (Matthew Knight). Both of their lives are changed when Finn is accidentally transformed into a human being (Ryan Belleville) when their neighbor Dr. Madeline Madsen's (Ana Gasteyer) science experiment goes wrong next door. While on two legs, Finn teaches Ben how to find his own pack, feel the wind in his fur and catch Frisbees like a dog. While helping Ben, Finn also helps the misfit kids on Ben's losing ultimate Frisbee team
Catherine Bell and Chris Potter are set to reprise their roles in the telefilm, which has begun production in Toronto for a 2010 premiere.
"Wedding" finds widowed sheriff Jake Russell (Potter) and his fiancee, the mysterious Cassie Nightingale (Bell), planning a Christmas Eve wedding.
In addition to a tight time frame -- six days to mount a ceremony and reception -- Jake has to deal with an ex-con (Graham Abbey) who arrives in town and with finding documents proving Cassie's existence.
Also returning for "Wedding" are Matthew Knight and Hannah Endicott-Douglas as Jake's kids.
"Wedding" is the second sequel to 2008 "Witch," Hallmark Channel's second-highest-rated original movie. The first, "The Good Witch's Garden," premiered in February.
Craig Pryce, who directed the first two movies, is back to helm "Wedding" from a script by Rod Spence, the writer
Los Angeles, CA (August 27, 2009) — After Dark Films CEO Courtney Solomon has announced that After Dark has inked a deal with Arclight Films to feature Lake Mungo in it’s next incarnation of After Dark Horrorfest®: 8 Films to Die For. The supernatural mystery is written and directed by Joel Anderson making his feature debut. Talia Zucker, Rosie Traynor, David Pledger and Martin Sharpe star. Georgie Nevile and David Rapsey produced. Dana Lambert, VP of Acquisitions at After Dark brokered the deal with Arclight Films who represented the filmmakers in the negotiations.
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