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Margaret (Linda Hamilton) and Bruce (Ted McGinley) meet their babysitter Zoe (Hallee Hirsh) in our exclusive scene from Bad Behavior, which is currently available on DVD. What starts out to be a quiet night for Zoe turns into a nightmare when she discovers that one of the teenagers she's watching has had a psychotic breakdown. Watch what happens before all the terror unfolds.
The nail-biting DVD Premiere stars Hallee Hirsh (TVs Grey's Anatomy) as Zoe, a teenager hired for an overnight babysitting assignment from a seemingly perfect family. The only worry she has is avoiding the unwelcome advances of teen brothers Tyler and Jack. Things go awry when Zoe suddenly finds herself in a bathroom groggy and confused with only the two youngest kids with her. While Tyler tries to explain how they got in there, an intruder attempts to break the door in.
Soon Zoe discovers the "intruder" is Jack, »
Tagline: "Who's Watching Who?" Bad Behavior was previously titled Right Next Door. This film, from first time directors Nicholas Brandt and Lisa Hamil, is set for an October release. The film stars Linda Hamilton and Ted Mcginley. In the film, a babysitter takes on an innocuous job. Zoe (Hallee Hirsh) must look after two teen brothers and a young sister: Tyler (Austin Rogers), Jack (Jeremy Dozier) and Grace (Elsie Fisher). Though, events go sideways when Jack has a psychotic break. There are few routes of escape and Zoe, Tyler and Grace will have to find help, before Jack attacks. Bad Behavior will release on DVD October 22nd, 2013. Film fans can preview the film's trailer below. Release Date: October 22nd, 2013 (DVD). Directors/writers: Nicholas Brandt and Lisa Hamil. Cast: Hallee Hirsh, Austin Rogers, Linda Hamilton and Ted McGinley. The trailer for Bad Behavior (released as Right Next Door): Source: Bad Behavior »
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We’re starting a new series of posts here at SciFi Mafia that we’re calling Web Series Wednesday where we devote a space to the wonderment of the web series. Every Wednesday we’ll cover two awesome web series shows and give you all the info to get into them.
If you’ve got a favorite web series you’d like us to cover, head on over to the Contact Us page and shoot us your request.
This week we’re covering School of Thrones and Course of the Force.
Prom night is coming to Westeros High in the web series, School of Thrones, and the clicks are all vying for their right to the throne. The season consists of three episodes all well under 10 minutes. The bromance between Robb Stark and Theon Greyjoy is my favorite. The series starts out pretty fun and seems like it would have »
- Jess Orso
Squaresville's second season is rolling along on Big Frame, where it has helped launch a new sub-network aimed at young women. The series' target audience will surely appreciate the latest episode, where the three leads--Mary Kate Wiles, Kylie Sparks, and Austin Rogers--cosplay as the main characters from shows will big Internet fandoms. Even with no context, the episode is sure to please fans of both Squaresville and the chosen fandoms, which include Sherlock, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Adventure Time, and, in a nod to Squaresville's web series status, The Guild (it helps that Wiles and Felicia Day are pretty much the two most popular online video redheads.) Joining those motifs are references to Annie Hall, Daria, Ghost World (which I've always thought of as thematic similar to Squaresville), and, in the episodes most absurd moment, The Joy of Painting. The episode is a clear grab at fanbases, »
- Sam Gutelle
Rocker Jack White tells Conan O’Brien how three staples on a mid-century modern couch influenced his musical career, geeks try to find love at Comic-Con, and last year’s popular web series, Squaresville, debuts its second season. Plus, Phineas and Ferb spawns a new web show.
Serious Jibber-Jabber | This relatively new web series features O’Brien talking “for a long time with interesting people.” The late-night comedian handpicks his interview subjects and deftly navigates a wide range of topics with each guest. The fourth installment features a fascinating conversation with Grammy-winning musician/producer White.
The Real Rob | What’s making us happy this week? »
- Sheryl Rothmuller
5 items from 2013
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