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But first, some casting news: Julian Sands has been brought in to play Miles Foster, a "wealthy international businessman." No further details are being revealed, which I imagine means that he is a major player in the season. Sands has an impressive list of genre credits to his name, including roles in Dario Argento's Phantom of the Opera, Warlock, Arachnophobia, Naked Lunch, Boxing Helena, Tale of the Vampire, and Turn of the Screw.
Dexter returns to Showtime for its eighth and final season on June 30th.
- Alyse Wax
Alex Mathis (Greg Grunberg) is a big ass exterminator; he’s good at his job, but he also wants more than he has. He just can’t figure out quite how to get it. He’s about to find out, however, when fate and ridiculously ineffective soldiers drop a Big Ass Spider on the City of Angels.
Really, it’s all up there in the title; a big ass spider movie by any other name would still just be a big ass spider movie and director Mike Mendez knows that. He doesn’t even make a pretense of trying to take his subject seriously - going straight for fun without crossing the line to camp. It’s a difficult dance at best, but Mendez treads it very carefully.
Mostly because he’s got a cast who knows exactly the effect he’s going for and is ready to play along. »
Since appearing in both Seasons One and Two of "American Horror Story," Dylan McDermott's career, especially in the horror genre, has been revitalized; and we now have the first word on what the actor will be up to next!
From the Press Release
Actor Dylan McDermott has signed on to star in Freezer, an action-thriller shooting this month in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, producers said today. Mikael Salomon is directing the film from a script by Tom Doganoglu and Shane Weisfeld.
McDermott will play Robert, an everyday guy, who finds himself "tested beyond human endurance when he awakens to find himself locked in an industrial freezer by Russian thugs," a synopsis said.
"They insist he return the $8 million he stole from them. The only problem is, Robert »
- Uncle Creepy
Investigative Film Week | Horror On The Sea | Totally Serialized | Amblin Marathon
Investigative Film Week, London
Investigative journalism is an endangered craft, and there are many who would like it to stay that way, but this event shows why it's needed and what it can do. There are seven diverse documentaries, six of them UK premieres, each followed by a discussion with the film-maker. There are fresh angles on Arab democracy in Bahrain, The Forbidden Country, cyber-surveillance is studied in Tracked, and environmental pollution is to the fore in Bloodcoal and Law Of The Jungle.
The Foreign Press Association, WC2, & City University, EC1, Tue to 19 Jan
Horror On The Sea, Southend-on-Sea
An isolated hotel in an out-of-season, end-of-the-road estuary town feels like just the right setting for a January horror festival, even if the lack of big names and new releases here suggests it's only for the hardcore (and the hard-up: »
- Steve Rose
4 items from 2013
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