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No matter what happens on Ray Donovan, things always come back to family. The definition of family, and relationships among family members, have been driving forces on the show since the beginning. "S U C K" was also about drawing lines, even where loved ones are involved. But for Ray, and even for Abby, where those lines should be is unclear. Ray has an idea about himself, and who he wants to be, but his reality is very different. In "S U C K," he was forced to come to terms with that in a number of ways. Hit the jump for why "You don't need to worry about the natives, the natives need to worry about you." The past is always alive on Ray Donovan, and much of the action in "S U C K" revolved around Sully's death from last season. After Tiny resurfaces and mouths off to »
- Allison Keene
The official story is that Prince Oberyn Martell has come to King's Landing as a guest of honor at King Joffrey's wedding to Margaery Tyrell. But as Game of Thrones viewers know by now, when it comes to Westerosi weddings, drunk uncles and handsy bridesmaids are the least of your worries. No, Oberyn is really out for Lannister blood, in payback for the crimes the family committed against his kin — and they don't call him the Red Viper for nothing.
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Jakob, a young policeman from a remote village in the middle of nowhere, finds his small world unhinged and shattered as one night an ominous, nameless stranger in a woman's dress emerges from the forest and commences a wave of destruction, descending on the quiet, unsuspecting town like a supernova of irrational violence.
Both appalled and drawn by the frightening young man and the very notion of his self-proclaimed mission to liberate people (incidentally and disconcertingly by cutting off their heads), Jakob propels himself for a psychological roller coaster of refle [Continued ...] »
Did you know Oliver Stone's first movie was a 1974 horror quickie called “Seizure”? Probably not, especially given that he doesn't want you to know that (hell, even we skipped over it in our retrospective of the director in 2012) . The official story is that Stone got famous writing screenplays in the late 70s and early 80s — “Midnight Express,” “Conan the Barbarian,” “Scarface” — but he made “Seizure” and 1981's “The Hand” (with Michael Caine!) first. He wasn't exactly proud of the work, though, and though it did come out on VHS, “Seizure” has never had a DVD release: Stone has bought the rights to ensure it never happens. But thanks to the interwebs, you can still get a (blurry) look at the whole thing. The film “stars” Jonathan Frid (who played Barnabas Collins, in the original TV run of “Dark Shadows”), Martine Beswick (famous for “catfight” scenes in both “One Million Years BC” with Raquel Welch, »
- Ben Brock
4 items from 2014
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