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Reality Steve has spoilers for Bachelors in Paradise 2014, the reality TV blogger who correctly predicted this season's 'The Bachelorette' finale will take a crack at the latest ABC dating show. On the first show of the season for Bachelors in Paradise, two of the women are eliminated and will be headed home. Per Reality Steve, here is the roster of former contestants on 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette,' who will make up Bachelors in Paradise (the show will start with six men and eight women). Men: Robert Graham (Des’ season) Ben Scott (Des) Graham Bunn (DeAnna, Bachelor Pad 2) Marquel Martin (Andi) Marcus Grodd (Andi) Dylan Petitt (Andi) Women: Michelle Kujawa (Jake, Bachelor Pad 1) Clare Crawley (Juan Pablo) Sarah Herron (Sean) AshLee Frazier (Sean) Elise Mosca (Juan Pablo) Lacy Faddoul (Juan Pablo) Daniella McBride (Sean) Michelle Money (Brad, Bachelor Pad 2) Here is how TV Guide describes tonight's first episode, »
Bachelor in Paradise just got a little more dramatic.
The ABC reality show, which bows in three weeks and gives 25 former Bachelor/Bachelorette rejects another shot at finding love/”love,” has revealed a rose ceremony twist that promises to shake things up.
The first group of contestants to arrive in Tulum, Mexico will include eight women and six men — an intentionally uneven number that will automatically send two women home, empty-handed, after the first rose ceremony. In the next episode, two new men will show uplooking for love, and each subsequent episode will alternate between two new men and women joining the cast, »
With the classic Re-Animator getting its Blu-ray reissue this week, we talk to its director about this and his other genre films...
Re-Animator landed like a firecracker in the middle of 80s horror cinema. A wild, vibrant adaptation of the Hp Lovecraft tale, Herbert West-Reanimator, it was both extremely funny and remarkably close to the writer’s source text. Jeffrey Combs plays the darting-eyed Herbert West, a gifted yet utterly mad young medical student who invents a serum which brings the dead back to kicking, screaming life.
A sprightly Bruce Abbott and Barbara Crampton play his fellow students, who can only watch in horror as their Miskatonic University campus fills up with angry revenant corpses from the morgue, while David Gale is brilliantly glowering as Dr Hill, West’s nemesis.
The late director David R. Ellis was supposed to reteam with his Snakes on a Plane star for a live-action adaptation of the Japanese anime movie Kite. But since he died just before production was supposed to begin, South African director Ralph Ziman (Gangster’s Paradise: Jerusalema) had to take over the project. It's been a year since then, and now it sounds like the project is gearing up for the big screen release as Bloody Disgusting has gotten ahold of an early trailer for the film introduced by star Samuel L. Jackson, proclaiming his affection for the original work. There seems to be some cool action, but Jackson could just as easily be playing Shaft again in this film and there wouldn't be much of a difference. Watch it! First trailer for Ralph Ziman's Kite, discovered by Bloody Disgusting (see a 5-minute clip there too): Kite »
- Ethan Anderton
4 items from 2014
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