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4 New Archer Season 3 Teasers
You’ve heard the expression, what would Jesus do. Well, its time to stop and consider what might Archer do. Yes, that dashing scoundrel who adores Mr. Burt Reynolds has some pearls of wisdom to share. If you have ever wondered what Archer would do on New Year’s Eve, or how he might handle an office romance, or if whether or not the man of mystery can offer his fellow man any fashion advice, you, my friend, are about to learn those answers and more in today’s teasers promoting the FX animated series.
The International Secret Intelligence Service agent is embroiled in his third season on the airwaves. Sterling Malory Archer, codename Duchess, continues to be voiced by Mr. H. Jon Benjamin. So far this season, Archer has tried his hand at becoming a Pirate King, but still, the best is yet to come. »
- Sasha Nova
Super-8 Children’S Cancer Fundraiser Movie Madness is December 6th. Super-8 Movie Madness is teaming up with Roger’s Reels and The National Children’s Cancer Society for the next big show December 6th at The Way out Club. The cover charge is $4.00 and all of that money will be donated to the The National Children’s Cancer Society to help find a cure for cancer in kids.
Roger will be bringing by three 16mm prints from his collection to share. They are: The Little Rascals short A Lad And A Lamp, the episode Superman Gets Married from the ’50s Superman TV show starring George Reeves, and The Munsters episode “John Doe Munster”. The Super-8 Sound films (condensed from features, they average 15 minutes in length) to also be projected on a large screen December 6th are: Burt Reynolds in Smokey And The Bandit, This Island Earth, Tony Curtis in The Boston Strangler, »
- Tom Stockman
We're three-quarters through Movember, well into the styling period for any properly moustached gentleman. What movie-based style will you pick?
It's that time of year again, when the weather turns cold and normally clean-shaven men start scratching their upper lip as they try to grow the best moustache possible for a good cause. It's Movember!
Unfortunately there are some men whose efforts are classified more as extreme stubble than a moustache, but for those now successfully hairy there's a decision to make: what kind of 'tache style should you go for? Handlebar or Regent? Poirot or Einstein?
Fortunately there's always the silver screen to help you along, with dozens of different varieties to choose from. Below are some of the greatest moustaches in film. Take your pick! And then rustle up your own suggestions. Just don't complain to us if all you've got is a 5 o'clock shadow.
1) There's the classic »
Guess who is back on telly?Yes, Smokey and the Bandit star Burt Reynolds has signed on as a guest star in the third season of FX.s side-splitting hilarious animated series Archer. Reynolds will play himself in an episode titled .The Man From Jupiter,. a reference to Reynolds. home of Jupiter, Florida. In the episode, which will air in January, Reynolds dates Agent Sterling Archer.s mother and boss, Malory . much to Sterling.s dismay."I think the only person on the planet who's a bigger fan of Burt Reynolds than me is Sterling Archer," said Archer creator Adam Reed. "Archer constantly tries to imitate Burt and always raves about Burt's movies and all-around awesomeness. So to have Burt recording voice-overs for the »
- April MacIntyre
Dexter season 6 returns to carve up a fourth outing with this week’s “A Horse of a Different Color,” as our favorite serial killer studies the patterns of the gruesome “Doomsday Killer,” and faces a crisis of faith when young Harrison takes ill. With Dexter season 6’s main villains out in the open, the story ramps up full force but faces a few unnecessary distractions.
Last week’s “Smokey and the Bandit” made for a fun standalone episode with a shocking twist, but still felt like a diversion from the main storyline. “A Horse of a Different Color” returns to the main narrative, but creates some tangential loose ends in a different way. Too many instances during “A Horse of a Different Color” had me asking “who are these people, and why do I care?”
Laguerta still has nothing to do other than bizarrely coach Deb through her old job, »
- Kevin Fitzpatrick
Thus far, Dexter Season 6 has been a refreshing return to the glory days of serial killing. However, last night’s episode, “Smokey and the Bandit”, bordered on mediocre. One of the potentially better scenes that would have shown off the villainy of Travis (Colin Hanks) and Professor Gellar (Edward James Olmos) was cut short and lost its critical effect. Quinn’s (Desmond Harrington) return to being a womanizing douche lacks intrigue, while guest-star Ryan Chambers (Brea Grant) is shaping up to be the most mysterious character to look out for. “Smokey and the Bandit” focused on bringing to light Dexter Morgan’s (Michael C. Hall) early motivations for becoming a serial killer. The latest homicide in Miami was a working girl with a broken tooth. While Miami Metro thinks this is an arbitrary killer, Dexter digs into his childhood scrapbook and brings out a clipping about a Tooth Fairy Killer. »
- Bags H.
Dexter Episode 603 "Smokey and the Bandit" Written By: Manny Coto Directed By: Stefan Schwartz Original Airdate: 16 October 2011 In This Episode... Miami Homicide gets called to investigate a dead hooker who was either beaten or strangled to death. Dexter sees the woman's chipped lateral incisor. Masuka says it probably broke during the struggle, but Dexter has his own suspicions. He suspects this is the work of the Tooth Fairy, a serial killer who was active in the 1970s in Oregon. He killed prostitutes and took their lateral incisors as a trophy, but was never caught. The Tooth Fairy was one of his childhood obsessions. Of course, if the Tooth Fairy was back, he »
Dexter season 6 returns to slice up a third outing with this week’s “Smokey and the Bandit,” as our favorite serial killer hunts down one of his childhood inspirations and Deb settles into the role of the Miami Metro Lieutenant. Those looking for progress in the major storylines this season won’t find much to go on, but even stand-alone Dexter has something to offer, if only an amusing distraction.
I mentioned in my review of the premiere that first and foremost about Dexter’s sixth season was a renewed sense of energy and fun, something “Smokey and the Bandit” certainly runs with as we watch Dexter coddling retiree Walter Kenney to prove his identity as legendary serial killer the “Tooth Fairy.” There’s plenty of humor to be mined from Dexter partnered with a grumpy old pervert, but I kept coming back to the notion that the Tooth Fairy »
- Kevin Fitzpatrick
Through three episodes of Dexter this season, it feels as though I'm watching three different shows.
In the first, Debra Morgan is the new, young, driven police lieutenant who fights with her ex-boyfriend and struggles to both please her boss and remain independent from her boss. I actually find myself enjoying this angle, as Laguerta just sucks and I'm rooting for Deb to show her up.
In the second, two shady characters are obsessed with religion in some dangerously fanatical manner. One is a professor, the other his loyal, yet somewhat hesitant student/protege and, together, they take extreme measures to... re-create deaths from the bible? Issue a warning of the coming Apocalypse?
Finally, in the third, »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
This season of Dexter has been slow to unfold as it reaches the one-quarter completed mark after this evening's entry, 'Smokey and the Bandit.' By its conclusion, Travis (Colin Hanks) and Professor Gellar (Edward James Olmos) will make a truly bizarre move certain to get everyone's attention. And Deb will follow her gut when selecting who takes her place post-promotion.
This preview kicks off with a clip featuring Travis and a man he's holding in captivity. The man wants to be freed obviously. Travis, however, wants the man to simply repent. Even though the man appears to do so, Travis isn't buying it.
The reason for Travis' demands will be made clear by the episode's conclusion. It's definitely worth the wait.
The highly anticipated Sixth Season of Dexter is finally here. The killer Showtime drama kicked off another season of danger and death on October 2nd. The season premier episode was titled “Those Kinds of Things” and saw Dex enjoying his 20-year high School reunion. And you thought you knew all there was to know about Dexter Morgan! Today we can teasers for episode three of Season Six. It’s comically titled “Smokey and The Bandit.” Find the videos below, thanks to Showtime.
“Smokey” hits the airwaves October 16th. Fans have no doubt noticed a whole slew of new faces already this season. Molly Parker is Lisa Marshall, Mos Def is Brother Sam, Edward James Olmos is Professor Gellar, Colin Hanks is Travis Marshall, Brea Grant is Ryan Chambers, Billy Brown is Mike Anderson and Aimee Garcia is Jaime Batista, Harrison’s new nanny.
In case you missed it, »
- Sasha Nova
Dexter finds out new details on the Tooth Fairy killer & more in Showtime's "Dexter" episode 3 of season 6. We've got spoilers for the show,along with a promo clip and a few sneak peek clips after the jump. The episode is called, "Smokey And The Bandit," and things get interesting when Dexter discovers new info on a vicious,serial killer,and more. In the new episode 3, Dexter is going to get confronted with a sobering glimpse of his own, potential, future when a serial killer from his past makes a startling reappearance. Debra will be uncomfortable in her new job. Travis will struggle to keep his crazy,weirdo mentor happy as he and Gellar prepare a new twisted tableau, ensuring Debra's next task will be a daunting one. Travis is seen torturing a man because of his supposed sins. Dexter finds out new details on the Tooth Fairy killer,and that he may be in Miami. »
The latest episode of Dexter bludgeoned home the point: season six will have a focus on religion.
That won't change on "Smokey and the Bandit" next week, as Travis and Professor Gellar stage their most gruesome death to date. Elsewhere, Dexter will be on the trail of someone he believes to be a veteran serial killer, while Deb will make her first bold move as lieutenant.
Enjoy the official Showtime episode teaser now:
Dexter Promo: Smokey and the Bandit »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (TV Fanatic Staff)
So, is everyone feeling a bit better about "Dexter" now that Season 6 appears to have gotten things back on track? We certainly are, and having seen Episode 3, entitled "Smokey and the Bandit", already, we can assure you that it only gets better. Don't believe us? Check out the trailer and two clips from the ep for a sneak peek at what's coming up.
Episode 6.03 "Smokey and the Bandit" (10/16/11 Air Date; 9:00-10:00 Pm):
Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is confronted with a sobering glimpse of his own potential future when a serial killer from his past makes a startling reappearance; Debra (Jennifer Carpenter) is uncomfortable in her new job; Travis (Colin Hanks) struggles to keep his mentor happy, as he and Gellar (Edward James Olmos) prepare a new twisted tableau, ensuring Debra's next task will be a daunting one.
The two clips are:
1. "Tooth Fairy" - A recent murder fits the M. »
- The Woman In Black
Following a moderately successful series premiere, the jury remains out on Hart of Dixie. It features a great cast, but how fresh is the material? How accurate are the stereotypes? How hilarious is Levon Hayes?
Below, Editor-in-Chief Matt Richenthal and Senior Staff Writer Jim Garner let readers in on their recent instant messenger discussion of these topics, as they dissect Hart of Dixie and its chances for survival...
Jim: First impression?
Matt: It treaded in every conceivable southern stereotype and really didn't deliver anything we haven't seen before - Zoe took a rickety old bus down to a small southern town, whose only bus stop was miles Outside of town for some reason - but, hey, I love the cast!
Jim: Ok, I'm from the south, and honestly, the bus stops can be outside of town (but usually at a building). While it did tread across many stereotypes, it also »
- email@example.com (TV Fanatic Staff)
By the end of Season 5 of Showtime's "Dexter", a lot of the series' fans were a bit put off by the repetitivenes of the storyline with little to no progression on the part of a majority of the characters. I mean, really, how many times can Dexter "almost" get caught? It all felt stagnant and stale. Not to mention that Papa Harry was mostly Mia when Dex needed him most. Well, after watching the first three episodes of Season 6, we're going to go out on a limb here and say that things have indeed changed, definitely for the better.
The episodes, entitled "Those Kinds of Things", "Once Upon a Time…", and "Smokey and the Bandit", jump ahead about a year since we left off in Season 5. Dexter is bonding with Harrison, has hired Batista's sister as his new nanny, and is about to attend his high school reunion. Of course »
- The Woman In Black
I don't know how much real world demand there is for wheelmen, but it's a burgeoning field in the movies. It seems like there's someone always in the movies who needs a dangerous package transported or a steady-nerved getaway driver for a heist. That's certainly true this week, thanks to a movie featuring a new, and excellent movie wheelman: Ryan Gosling's Driver from Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive."
In honor of Gosling's hammer-wielding, tire-squealing performance, we decided this was the perfect time to pick our five favorite wheelmen in movie history. Our qualifications for potential candidates were simple. They had to make their living as a driver -- so car thieves were out. They had to be willing to take dirty or illegal jobs -- so professional truckers were gone too. And they couldn't actually participate in the heists themselves. As Gosling's Driver says, "I don't sit in while »
- Matt Singer
When given the opportunity to interview John Landis, I had to take it. After all, this is a man whose films I’ve grown up on (The Blues Brothers may very well be my most-watched movie of all time), so the idea of talking to him was pretty thrilling. Thankfully, it turns out that he’s a great conversationalist.
While we started off with his latest project, Burke and Hare, the discussion soon veered toward the creative state of Hollywood, as well as what he has planned next. There are many other places we could have gone, but I think that the ensuing talk was both informative and enlightening.
Without further ado:
How did this material get into your hands?
I don’t know if I do.
You know a movie called Bend It Like Beckham? »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (thefilmstage.com)
Shark Night 3D North American box-office actuals have been released for the Sept. 2-5, 2011, Labor Day weekend. Tate Taylor's The Help easily topped the slow holiday weekend, grossing $19.88 million according to Box Office Mojo. That's nearly $1 million more than the studio's original $19m estimate. As mentioned in a previous box-office post, The Help is the first movie since Christopher Nolan-Leonardo DiCaprio's summer 2010 sci-fier Inception to top the North American box-office chart for three consecutive weekends. The Help, by now an all-but-assured Best Picture Oscar and SAG Award for Best Cast contender, features Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Jessica Chastain, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sissy Spacek, Mary Steenburgen, Allison Janney, Cicely Tyson, Chris Lowell, and Mike Vogel. Director Taylor adapted Kathryn Stockett's bestselling novel. Directed by Shakespeare in Love's John Madden, produced and co-written by Kick-Ass' Matthew Vaughn, and starring Avatar's Sam Worthington, »
- Zac Gille
The 75-year-old actor tells Ok! Magazine his face is untouched. "I was never lifted. I would not have a problem with the truth, but I inherited my smooth skin from my father."
The actor, who was nominated for an Oscar for "Boogie Nights," did admit that too many on-screen fisticuffs required him to get his eyes tweaked.
"In the mid '80s, after some fights in a film, I had to have my eyes done," he says. "For one, I almost went blind because I got black powder in my eye. Also I had terrible sacks under my eyes from the many fist fights. My eyes were not in form any more. I had that corrected."
Reynolds made no mention of his ever-evolving hairline. »
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