9 items from 2015
Director: David Keating
Running Time: 85 minutes
Synopsis: Teenager Faith (Battrick) makes a deal with a local witch (Walton) in an attempt to save her dying father.
Witches on film is a tough thing to get right, and whilst there are a handful that nail it (read our best movie witches feature), most manage to be mediocre and more than a little lacklustre. Considering that witches have been around for centuries it’s sad that films that feature the ‘monster’ tend to be overly nice and focus way more on the Bewitched / Sabrina the Teenage Witch whimsical fun part of magic, rather than the dark occult origins of the historical records. Cherry Tree attempts to correct this by giving a dark and bloody representation. »
- Kat Smith
The Biggest Loser is losing one of its biggest stars. Longtime host Alison Sweeney, who joined the franchise in Season 4, is leaving after eight years, producers confirm to Us Weekly. "After an incredible run together, Alison Sweeney will not be returning as host of The Biggest Loser next season," the show said in a statement to Us on Tuesday, Aug. 25. The Days of Our Lives actress, 38, first made her debut on the reality weight-loss competition in 2007. She took over for Sabrina the Teenage Witch [...] »
15 years ago today, the Toros stepped out onto the football field and put some serious cheer back into the atmosphere. To steal a phrase from the film: Bring It On's the poo - so take a big whiff.
A Hollywood star from the age of 12 thanks to her breakthrough role in Interview with the Vampire, Dunst's star was burning brightly when she led the Toros as Torrance Shipman. Two years later, she went on to land her biggest role as Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi's three Spider-man films.
In recent years, she's reinvented herself as a critical darling, winning Best Actress at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for Melancholia, »
Children of the '90s, prepare to feel old Af. Remember Harvey from Sabrina the Teenage Witch? Of course you do, because we All had crushes on Harvey from Sabrina the Teenage Witch. The hair. The eyes. The preppy clothes. Total babe, right? Well, after the Melissa Joan Hart-fronted series ended in 2003, star Nate Richert kind of left the biz, breaking teenage hearts everywhere. Now, over a decade later, we finally know what Harvey looks like all grown-up...thanks to Richert himself! Posting a photo of himself back in December 2014, Richert poked fun at our nostalgia-obsessed society, writing, "You'll never believe what Harvey looks like now..." A series regular in the first four »
The adorable Ryan Reynolds has been acting since he was a kid, charming audiences from the moment he appeared in the "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" movie back in 1996. (Yes, we've seen it and it is glorious.) The actor got his big break in "Van Wilder," and has taken on indies and blockbusters throughout his career so far. Now he's starring in "Self/less," which hits theaters Friday, July 10. Let's take a look back this Canadian treasure through the years.
- Alana Altmann
Gramercy Pictures has released a special Sinister 2 video message for all of the dads in the world. Also in this round-up: new stills from The Vatican Tapes, a second clip from The Gallows, and release details on the Psycho Beach Party Blu-ray.
"The sequel to the 2012 sleeper hit horror movie. In the aftermath of the shocking events in “Sinister,” a protective mother (Shannyn Sossamon of “Wayward Pines”) and her 9-year-old twin sons (real-life twins Robert and Dartanian Sloan) find themselves in a rural house marked for death as the evil spirit of Buhguul continues to spread with frightening intensity."
- Tamika Jones
Paul Feig is Hollywood’s most popular ladies’ man.
That’s not to suggest he’s a lothario or creepy man-on-the-make. It’s just that in his job as a top movie director, he arguably has done more in recent years than anyone else in the business to enable actresses to play the kinds of delicious characters that traditionally had been the domain of their male counterparts. There’s an encouraging shift under way at the box office with such female-driven hits as “Fifty Shades of Grey,” “Cinderella,” “Insurgent” and “Maleficent” burning up the bigscreen. And Feig, who has demonstrated a fondness for funny women, has played a central role part in helping to create and maintain that momentum, with a resume of blockbuster comedies.
- Jenelle Riley
Ahead of its release this coming Wednesday, Archie Comics has released a preview of the second issue of its latest horror series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and we have it for you here…
On the eve of Sabrina’s sixteenth birthday, as she faces a choice that will determine her destiny as a half-witch/half-mortal, an unspeakable terror arrives in Greendale, and her name is… Madam Satan! At long last, the secret history of the Queen of Hell is revealed, as she sets her vengeful gaze upon the Spellman family. No one, especially those close to Sabrina, is safe, and very, very soon, the quiet streets of Greendale run red with blood…
Chilling Adventure of Sabrina #2 is out April 15th, priced $3.99.
- Gary Collinson
After nearly 25 years on television, The Odd Couple star Lindsay Sloane is accustomed to playing the neurotic type. What she’ll never get used to is the guest stints that find her fake-sexing it up with an actor she barely knows, like her time working with Mark Duplass on The League.
“I remember meeting Mark in the makeup trailer,” she tells TVLine. “Cut to three hours later, and I’m in lingerie in bed with him, playing this girl who’s crushing his penis.” Ouch!
RelatedThe Odd Couple Team Talks Rebooting ‘Iconic, Timeless’ Comedy Series
“I just remember the whole time thinking, »
9 items from 2015
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners