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10 items from 2015

Castle Bosses Address Final Season Talk: 'The Show Has a Lot of Life In It'

28 December 2015 8:48 AM, PST | | See recent news »

ABC’s Castle has stories to tell beyond this season. But just in case, the showrunners — like those before them — are prepared to hedge their bets and work toward a season finale that doubles as a capper to the series as a whole.

Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

When TVLine spoke to co-showrunners Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter about the fall finale, we pointed out that the series had been hovering — though quite steadily — around ratings lows since returning down in September. As such, the conversation turned to: »

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Castle season 8 episode 7: The Last Seduction

25 November 2015 1:00 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »




This review contains spoilers.

8.7 The Last Seduction

I signed off last week’s review by pointing out that the absence of Kate in the episode had the unfortunate effect of making us realize that we didn’t really miss her all that much. So it was wise—and possibly the first truly smart thing done all season—to follow that up with The Last Seduction, an episode that reminds us precisely why we should miss our female lead.

The episode revolves—ostensibly—around the murder of a gigolo: a handsome actor who seduces older, rich, married women for initially unspecified but obviously nefarious purposes (boy, wouldn’t it be nice to see more May-December romantic or sexual attachments with women in the December role that were actually based in mutual attraction?). He ends up dead at just about the moment he decides that what he’s doing isn’t very nice, »

- louisamellor

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Castle Season 8 Winter Finale Sneak Peeks & Preview Spoilers

21 November 2015 10:05 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Monday is the Castle Season 8 winter finale!  After last week’s episode, I’m sure fans are really curious about what Castle 8×08 is going to bring!  “The Last Seduction” had Captain Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) and writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) take a “time out” from Beckett’s self-imposed separation to celebrate their anniversary.  That was great, but soon after the sexy times, she had to leave because of a text  from her secret partner Vikram Singh (Sunkrish Bala).  Castle knows about the text, but not who it’s from or what it means.  (If you want more specifics about last week, check out the Castle 8×07 review.) That’s all we know when Castle Season 8 Episode 8, titled “Mr. & Mrs. Castle” opens…and that’s mostly all I can tell you because, yes, I’ve seen the winter finale.   There are a few tidbits I can share about that, but let’s start with the basics. »

- Joy D'Angelo

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Castle Season 8 Spoilers for “The Last Seduction”

15 November 2015 11:17 PM, PST | | See recent news »

We could call these Castle Season 8 spoilers for “The Last Seduction” the “penultimate spoilers,” as after this airs the following week is the Castle winter finale.  The series then goes on hiatus until February.  What can we expect from this next to last episode (for the fall)?  Well, the new showrunners Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter have been promising all kinds of things. This season has not been going well for Castle.  It is fair to say that the storyline decisions made by the showrunners have not been well received as the show’s ratings have hit an all-time low.  In particular, many online have harped on the choice to split up Captain Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) and writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion).  In a recent article, Winter promises that a change is coming and that “viewers are going to be very satisfied.” When reading the ABC »

- Joy D'Angelo

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New Castle Season 8,Episode 7 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By ABC

9 November 2015 7:58 AM, PST | OnTheFlix | See recent OnTheFlix news »

Recently, ABC released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Castle" episode 7 of season 8. The episode is entitled, "The Last Seduction," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting stuff go down as Don Juan becomes the main focus of Castle and Beckett's latest investigation after a seducer comes up murdered, and more. In the new, 7th episode press release: On Their One-year Anniversary, Castle And Beckett Investigate The Death Of A Don Juan, On ABC's "Castle." Press release number 2: In order to hunt down the brutal murderer of a grifting seducer, Castle & Beckett is going to have to investigate New York's elite. In the meantime, Castle will plan to surprise Beckett on their one-year wedding anniversary. Guest stars feature: Sunkrish Bala as Vikram Singh, Lindsay Price as Lindsey Trent, Sheldon Bailey as Anton Ford and Andrea Roth as Nancy Underwood. The episode was »

- Megan

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Castle Photos: Rick's Anniversary Surprise, Kate Gets 'Steamed'

6 November 2015 7:07 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Castle‘s Captain Kate Beckett is scantily clad on the occasion of her first wedding anniversary — though probably not for the reasons one might suspect/hope, as seen in these photos from the fall’s antepenultimate episode.

RelatedNovember Sweeps Preview: Scoop on Castle, Once and More

In “The Last Seduction” (airing Nov. 16), Rick and Kate manage to mark a milestone in their admittedly fractured marriage, all in the course of hunting down a murderous grifter. Lindsay Price (All My Children) and Andrea Roth (Rescue Me) guest-star.

“What’s exciting about the episode is that this is the first anniversary for »

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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once, Scorpion, Quantico, Major Crimes, Castle, Blindspot, Supergirl and More

18 October 2015 3:23 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Can someone make sense of the Once Upon a Time and Castle schedules? Which Scorpion secret shall be revealed? Will the Sleepy sisters enjoy some sibling revelry? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

I hope you can clarify: I thought Once Upon a Time Episode 510 was supposed to be finale before hiatus, and 511 (the 100th episode) was the spring premiere? —Katrina

Clarify, I shall! Or rather, co-creator Adam Horowitz shall. He told me that Episode 10, titled “Broken Heart, »

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10 Great Movies That Only Became Hits After They Went to Video

14 October 2015 12:23 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

"Red Rock West" (1994) "Red Rock West" takes us back to a time when Nicolas Cage was a great, risk-taking actor. Director John Dahl had the misfortune of having both "Red Rock West" and "The Last Seduction" get troubled releases in 1993/1994. "The Last Seduction" had its debut on HBO and thus was ineligible for the Oscars, which essentially robbed Linda Fiorentino of a much deserved nomination (the film did, however, get a limited theatrical run after its HBO debut). "Red Rock West" was Dahl's indisputably great straight-to-video movie. When Cage's Mike enters a mysterious small town and is mistaken for a hitman, he takes the money and runs before the kill. Bad idea, Mixing surreal sequences with nasty violence, Dahl is a master at work here, infusing his film with clever noir relics and an abundance of plot twists. Best of all is Dennis Hopper, who basically does what Dennis Hopper does best: Play a homicidal. »

- Jordan Ruimy

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Film Review: ‘The Frontier’

27 March 2015 11:09 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A woman on the run, a last-chance motel and a lonely stretch of desert highway set the stage for “The Frontier,” an appreciably moody but dramatically stilted crime drama that exudes a certain retro appeal before collapsing into a series of empty neo-noir poses. The debut narrative feature for Israeli-born Oren Shai shows much affection for all things pulp, but a less steady hand with performance and pacing. Some modest festival play should follow the film’s SXSW premiere, before it disappears into that vast American indie abyss known as VOD.

The central figure here is Laine (Jocelin Donahue), a classical femme fatale in the “Psycho”/”Gone Girl” mold, who turns up at the Frontier, a dust-caked motel on the outskirts of Phoenix, with deep bruises on her neck and blood on her hands, looking for a place to clean up and maybe lie low for a while. The TV »

- Scott Foundas

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The Lego Movie, Oscar snubs, and what matters

19 January 2015 7:46 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The Lego Movie has earned prizes far beyond an Oscar nomination. But the snub still hurts...

The dust has settled somewhat on last week's Oscar nominations, and as is the norm, controversy has not been in short supply. The more Oscar-friendly films - such as The Imitation Game - have already arguably been over-rewarded, whereas edgy, genuinely brave and daring movies such as Nightcrawler have been all but blocked out. To be fair, that's a surprise to virtually nobody: rarely have the Oscars ventured too far out of a mainstream comfort zone when it comes to giving out main prizes.

Yet the snub this year that's got people talking the most is the bizarre failure to nominate The Lego Movie for a Best Animated Feature Oscar.

It is, to be fair, a fairly staggering omission. For many people, The Lego Movie was the finest animated production of last year; a film bubbling with ideas, »

- simonbrew

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