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3 items from 2014


Girlfriends Guide to Divorce recap: “Leave Childishness to the Children”

31 December 2014 8:27 AM, PST | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

In last night’s episode of Bravo’s Girlfriends Guide to Divorce — “Rule #21, Leave Childishness to the Children” — we learn that older isn’t always wiser, three can indeed be crowd and every mama keeps at least a couple secrets to herself. As she deals with belligerent teen daughter Lilly and a mouthy literary rival named Cleo, Abby (Lisa Edelstein) does manage to score one in the win column. While racing through her neighborhood mini mart for a tube of sunscreen, she runs into the studly roadblock that is Will (Warren Christie), her dance club manager hookup from episode 1. She once again rebuffs him, but he insists … Continue reading →

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- Lori Acken

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Lacey Chabert Previews Hallmark Movie Channel's The Color of Rain

30 May 2014 6:30 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

You might want to have a box of tissues handy before checking out this week's Saturday-night Hallmark Movie Channel original, The Color of Rain.

Based on a true story (chronicled in a New York Times best-selling book of the same title) The Color of Rain explores the emotional struggles that overtake two families when each loses a member to cancer within weeks of each other. Gina Kell — played by Mean Girls' Lacey Chabert — loses her husband, Matt (Matthew Kevin Anderson), on Christmas Day, while Michael Spehn (Warren Christie), loses his wife, Cathy (Allyson Grant), six weeks later.

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- Emily Maas

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Director Adam Rehmeier Takes Aim at 'Save a Bullet For Me'

7 April 2014 4:30 PM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Adam Rehmeier, director of the controversial The Bunny Game (2010) and the acclaimed Jonas (2013), is ready to pull the trigger on his next film, Save A Bullet For Me.  This violent western / action / horror picture is slated to begin shooting later this year in British Columbia.

Rehmeier is no stranger to touching nerves and stirring outcry - The Bunny Game sparked protest worldwide, and was banned in the UK - and his new screenplay seems primed to continue the trend.   Set in the Us during the 1800s, the blood-splattered film focuses on the aftermath of a brutal massacre, and two wounded frontiersmen who make a desperate last stand against a Native American war party.  Writer/director Rehmeier describes the movie as “a visceral, animal of a film, stripped down to the most primal fight-or-flight level possible.”  

Save A Bullet For Me is being produced by Shawn Williamson, whose numerous genre film »

- Eric Stanze

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