4 items from 2015
This review contains spoilers.
5.6 Room 33
Lady Gaga's got a thing with her fans. She calls them her little monsters. It's a great fandom nickname, akin to the Kiss Army in terms of recognizability. After all, there's a whole episode of The Simpsons based around Gaga's schtick. It's the worst episode The Simpsons has ever done, but that's not the point. It's a known quantity, and I have no doubt it's been one of the inspirations for Countess's collection of creepy children, alongside The Shining and Village Of The Damned. They're actual little monsters, and she's their mother.
Of course, she's not just their adopted mother, she's the actual mother of at least one child, courtesy of the good butchers at Murder House. That's right, Countess »
Spoiler alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen episode six of “American Horror Story: Hotel,” titled “Room 33.”
Ryan Murphy and Co. have said from the beginning that if any “American Horror Story” season resembles “Hotel,” it’s season one, “Murder House.” But episode six of “Hotel,” titled “Room 33,” made that connection much more literal by bringing the Countess (Lady Gaga) straight to the place that’s going to seem very familiar to “Ahs” fans.
The episode kicks off in 1926, with the Countess arriving at the infamous haunted home that housed the unsuspecting Harmon family in season one. Matt Ross returns as Dr. Montgomery, who the Countess turns to when she’s pregnant and wants to abort the baby. Dr. Montgomery does, but the baby comes out alive — and kills the nurse. Now, it all becomes clear: The Countess is the mother to one of “Murder House’s” terrors »
- Alex Stedman
With the American Film Festival in Wrocław comes the Us in Progress co-production forum initiative. It also means that micro gems might trickle down from Europe in the unfinished form into Sundance and/or SXSW in early 2016. On the plate for October 22nd and 23rd, the six projects selected for the 2015 Us in Progress Wrocław include:
Based on her 2012 short, if Rocky and Hedwig had a love child – that would best describe our hero Leo — an aspiring superstar – if he can just get out of Alaska. Everyone who works in a fish cannery – slicing fish for »
- Eric Lavallee
What is that, you say? You never tire of watching Steven Seagal films, but gosh, you sure could use some fresh material? Production has begun on Code of Honor, a brand new Seagal film, in Salt Lake City, Ut. The film is being directed and was written by Girls, Guns and Gambling director Michael Winnick. Along with Seagal the film stars GGandG star, the Swedish export, Helena Mattsson, and from the look of Craig Sheffer these days, dollars to doughnuts he will play the bad guy. Code Of Honor is the story of a special forces colonel who has recently returned back home from the middle east after going on terminal leave. He quickly realizes his home town has disintegrated into a violent degenerate world run by...
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4 items from 2015
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