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Shut Eye is coming to Hulu on Wednesday, December 7.
It's dropping all at once, so you'll have the opportunity to enjoy this unique series in its entirety at your own pace.
We've already brought you an interview with costars David Zayas and Emmanuelle Chriqui on their roles in this Jeffrey Donovan starrer about a con working in and running a chain of fortune-telling storefronts for a family that controls the business in the Los Angeles area.
When a blow to the head brings him some actual visions, things begin to change.
Among them, Charlie’s wife Linda (KaDee Strickland) has wanted to to break away from Fonso (Angus Sampson), the single father who runs the Marks family’s psychic empire and controls the Haverford's future, for a while and sees this new skill of Charlie's as the time to make their move.
Isabella Rossellini co-stars as Rita, the cunning, seductive »
- Carissa Pavlica
Wow! Gary Oldman will be playing none other than Winston Churchill in the new film Darkest Hour from director Joe Wright (Pan). This won't be the first time Gary Oldman has been cast cast as an historical figure (having played Lee Harvey Oslward in JFK, Beethoven in Immortal Beloved, and Sid Vicious in Sid And Nancy), and he's always knocked it out of the park each... Read More »
- Damion Damaske
When I was just a boy I had a paperback that included Dracula by Bram Stoker, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Lewis Stevenson in one volume. There were certain books I would reread every year, that was one. Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury every summer, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens every December and that three in one book every October. I read it so many times I knew how to parcel it out daily up until Halloween, starting the first page of Dracula on October 1st up to the last page of Jekyll And Hyde on October 30th. That reading was just to get in the mood for Halloween.
- Sam Moffitt
With a title like that, do you even need to know more? Yeah? Well, it stars 1982 Playboy Playmate of the Year Shannon Tweed. And Adrienne Barbeau from Swamp Thing and Creepshow. (Fun Fact: Adrienne Barbeau played Rizzo in the original Broadway production of Grease! And got a Tony nom for it! What!) And Bill Maher, before he got all respectable with his own HBO show and all. To avoid an avocado shortage, an anthropology professor (Tweed!) heads into the avocado jungle of Southern California to confront the man-eating Piranha Women tribe. How the cannibals are affecting the avocado crops is anyone’s guess. But, hey, I live in SoCal, and »
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Bernard Rose’s modern day Frankenstein will screen exclusivly at Triskel Christchurch Cinema, one night only, Thursday 18 February before its worldwise release on DVD. UK director Rose began his film career working with Jim Henson before directing music videos for MTV, most notably the uncensored version of Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s Relax. His later work includes horror film Candyman in 1992, and the historical romance Immortal Beloved in 1994. “Frankenstein is as relevant today as when it first appeared nearly two hundred years ago,” says Bernard Rose. “Its central premise, that the goal of science is to create consciousness, speaks to us because it is a fundamental truth and only in our era is the possibility now nearing fact. Mary Shelley’s book is, of course, the seminal Horror, Science Fiction and Gothic novel, and as such has been adapted and interprated many times. None more memorably than James Whale’s classic film starring Boris Karloff. »
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5 items from 2016
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