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Radio Alcatraz – Populous: In The Belly Of The Beast

31 July 2012 8:58 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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With influences ranging from At The Drive-In, Refused, Botch, These Arms Are Snakes, Young Legionnaire and many more bands who regularly soundtrack my early drive into work – clawing the sleep from my eyes and shaking the fuzz from my brain – or plague my ears as I’m out walking the dog, to say I was intrigued to hear what Radio Alcatraz were all about is a bit of an understatement. As soon as the CD arrived through my letterbox, in my CD player it went and that’s pretty much how it’s stayed. I think my neighbours can now even air-guitar the riffs.

The band hail from London and Brighton and have shared the stage with the likes of punk legends Anti-Flag, Godsized – who’ve toured with Black Label Society,  and also smaller, hardcore, underground bands such as Palm Reader and Housefires. »

- Rhys Milsom

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Law & Order: Svu Review: Private Education

9 May 2012 11:12 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Ah, the twists and turns of a classic Svu storyline. You think you're getting an investigation into one crime, when another pops up seemingly out of nowhere.

"Learning Curve" was advertised as a dramatic episode for Fin and his gay son. Turns out, that plot was just the catalyst for another investigation. It wasn't necessarily a bait-and-switch (we did get some tense scenes in the hospital room), but the misdirect was somewhat unexpected.

After last week's episode veered away from the personal lives of our detectives, Fin's relationship with his kid (always a little rocky) became the focus at the show's opening.

While it was nice to see that Fin had worked through the majority of his problems with his son's sexuality, I felt like these scenes were included just to show us how tolerant he is now. Becoming an advocate for his son, he can't help but speak up »

- tlopez@utk.edu (Teresa L.)

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Martin Scorsese: I Would Make Every Post-'Raging Bull' Film in 3D

25 April 2012 4:38 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

"The Age of Innocence 3D"?  That might have been the case if the 3D technology had been around when Martin Scorsese first filmed Edith Wharton's tragic love story.  After shooting "Hugo" in 3D last year and earning an Oscar nomination for his efforts, Scorsese has become such a convert to the format that he said at a CinemaCon panel on Wednesday that he would have shot all of his "post-'Raging Bull" films in three dimension.  Also read: Ang Lee: 3D is the Future, But Shooting 'Life of Pi' is a Learning CurveRaging Bull” came »

- Brent Lang

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Martha Stewart, Tony Hale Guest Starring on 'Law & Order: SVU'

22 March 2012 11:50 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Martha Stewart is guest starring on an April episode of "Law & Order: Svu," but she won't be baking brownies for the detectives. Instead, the domestic doyenne will play a private school headmaster. A "Law & Order: Svu" rep confirms to TheWrap that Stewart, along with "Arrested Development" star Tony Hale and "Hung" alum Jane Adams, will guest star in "Learning Curve," a late April episode of the NBC drama. Stewart will play the headmaster of the school where Hale plays Rick Simms, a teacher who gets fired from his job after »

- Kimberly Potts

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Exclusive: Martha Stewart, Tony Hale to Guest Star on Law & Order: Svu

21 March 2012 3:06 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Martha Stewart is going from the kitchen to the classroom in an upcoming episode of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Stewart will play a private school headmaster in an episode titled "Learning Curve," scheduled to air in April.  

Also appearing in the episode is Arrested Development alum Tony Hale and Hung's Jane Adams. Hale will play Rick Simms, a teacher who is fired from his job after being accused of inappropriate behavior with a student. Adams will play Simm' former supervisor.

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- Robyn Ross

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Susan Lucci books 'Army Wives' role alongside former 'All My Children' costar Kim Delaney

13 March 2012 3:21 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Susan Lucci isn't letting the cancellation of "All My Children" keep her from working. The actress, who has already landed a prime role in Marc Cherry's soapy pilot "Devious Maids," has just booked a recurring guest-starring spot on "Army Wives," reuniting her with former "AMC" costar Kim Delaney.

Lifetime announced that Lucci will make several special appearances in a recurring role as Audrey, the wife of a retired Brigadier General. Her first episode, "Learning Curve," airs Sunday, March 18 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime. The episode description says that "Claudia Joy (Delaney) feels threatened by Denise's friendship with Jackie Clarke (Kelli Williams) and starts to confide in an old friend, Audrey (Lucci)."

The episode also features a special performance by country singer and Army vet Craig Morgan.

"Army Wives" follows the adventures of a group of women living on an active army post and is currently in its sixth season. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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