4 items from 2012
We've been teasing quite a few season 3 scoops from our recent Pretty Little Liars set visit, but we've saved the best - and biggest - collection of spoilers for last. Want to know the mysteries the girls will be investigating next season? How about the roles of the various secondary characters? We've got spoilers galore for you!
The Impact of Maya's Death. It's clear that Emily has spent a good part of the summer grieving for the recently deceased Maya, going so far as to turn to drinking to deal with her grief. Troian Bellisario (Spencer) says that "I would say [Emily has had the hardest summer] because she was dealing with a real loss in her life and [the other girls] were all, I think, frightened to move on but excited to move on and relieved that we had." But the other girls have »
I'm not going to talk about the concept that was unveiled for the fourth season of Glee, because technically it's a spoiler for the rest of this season. But TV Guide has a good analysis about why it will and won't work.
Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie are teaming up again now that Laurie has been freed from his shackles on House. They're being incredibly secretive about the whole thing, but it's sure to be comedy gold. I just hope it makes it to this side of the pond.
Do you know what true f*ck you money is? It's when you're George Lucas, and your rich snooty neighbors won't let you use a giant ranch you own to build a state of the art movie studio, so you decide to build low income housing on it since they insist that it's a residential neighborhood.
This incredibly Nsfw ad campaign »
Is it the subjective nature of horror that leaves it open to so many different interpretations? There are those that would argue that The Black Swan is definitely a horror film; that Se7en isn’t a horror film at all, and still others that define horror by how much gore is on the screen. SXSW presented three films that challenged the definition of horror, some more successfully than others. Jeff might immediately seem of interest to horror fans due to its gruesome subject matter. The documentary interviews three subjects with direct ties to serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer -- neighbor Pamela Bass, medical examiner Jeffrey Jentzen, and Patrick Kennedy, the cop that kept Dahmer company, getting him to talk, while police removed desiccated human remains from Dahmer’s small...
- John Gholson
Another week, another Monday. So it’s time for the rundown of DVDs and Blu-rays hitting stores online and offline this week. It’s another packed week, with plenty of movies waiting to take you money, so let us breakdown the new releases and highlight what you should – and shouldn’t – be buying from today, February 13th 2012.
Pick Of The Week
A gruesome beheading calls Detective Caretti (Joey Fatone) back to Woodhaven police station, where the skeleton crew find themselves in for a long and deadly night as the demon Inkubus (Robert Englund – A Nightmare on Elm Street, Freddie Vs Jason) returns. With a murderous legacy dating back to the middle-ages, Inkubus is bent on destroying the one man who almost captured him thirteen years ago, Detective Gil Diamante (William Forsythe – Halloween). Back to settle the score, Inkubus calmly walks into the station, holding the severed head, ready »
4 items from 2012
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