15 items from 2013
A few days ago we offered up our best horror films of 2013 -- although truth be told the list was written by me and I'm not the only horror freak at FEARnet -- but we thought it would be helpful to highlight some interesting horror movies on their way in 2014. Plus it's a great way to get some new readers on reviews we published months ago. (What? It's true!) We'll start with the ones I've actually seen, logically, and finish up with an exceedingly long listing of currently scheduled titles. We're thorough about horror films here at FEARnet. Happy New Year!
Note: whereas the previous Top 12 was "ranked," this one is what's called "alphabetical." You'll simply have to read the review to see what we think. Isn't that sneaky?
Afflicted -- (CBS Films, date tba) -- No amount of creative camerawork or nifty special effects will matter if you don't »
- Scott Weinberg
"White Collar" ended its fall run Thursday (Dec. 19) with "No Good Deed," which saw Agent Burke recover one of the Welsh gold coins that Neal stole for Curtis Hagan. It set off an interesting chain reaction of events.
The gold coin came from Andrew Dawson, the U.S. Attorney who dropped the charges against Peter for killing Pratt. He was bribed with the Welsh gold and had to fence it through Decker, a flower shop owner who uses his shop as a front to run guns and other stolen goods.
The agents trace the coin back to Decker, who only just evades capture because Mozzie tips him off -- Decker can identify Neal as the gold thief.
But Burke is highly suspicious of Neal having been the thief (he has been since Neal was alone in the firehouse after the robbery) and pretends they got Decker, which forces a confession out of Neal. »
Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) always has one woman or another in his life and for "White Collar" Season 5, it's been Rebecca (Bridget Regan), the museum curator whose firing was Neal's fault. Now Rebecca and Neal are involved and she seems to be interested in more than just being his girlfriend who is kept in the dark.
In this exclusive clip of fall finale "No Good Deed," Rebecca tells Neal of the Mosconi Codex, "That book brought us together. Things are getting ... exciting. I want to be part of it. I want to be part of this part of your life."
She is referring to Neal and Mozzie's heist of the stained glass window Mosconi made. They don't yet know what answers it will yield about Chapter 13 of the Codex, but they know it's important.
"You're not a criminal, I don't want to turn you into one," says Neal. "I wanted »
"White Collar" is bringing its fall season to a close Thursday, Dec. 19 with "No Good Deed," which is going to bring the on-going Curtis Hagan problem to a head. Here are a few spoilery tidbits to tide you over until Thursday.
"I didn't like you because you were an FBI agent. I liked you because you were smart. And marginally easy on the eyes." -- Rebecca, in the understatement of the year re: Matt Bomer.Rebecca is also highly interested in what Neal and Mozzie are up to with the Mosconi codex. Is there more than meets the eye regarding this brainy art expert?"30 Rock" fans will be excited, as Tracy Jordan's entourage member Dot Com is guest-starring in this episode.One of the Welsh gold coins sets a series of dominoes in motion that leads to a big bust for the FBI -- with Agent Burke being a »
Based on the Jonathan Tropper novel, story follows a dysfunctional and idiosyncratic family in which the father’s death forces four grown siblings to spend a week together in the house where they grew up for the first time in a decade. Paula Weinstein and Jeff Levine also produce via their Spring Creek banner.
- Dave McNary
Veteran director Shawn Levy pushed his storytelling skills and tackled a more series genre of comedy with This Is Where I Leave You, an adaptation of Jonathan Tropper’s novel about a non-observing Jewish family forced to come together for the first time in ten years and sit Shivah together as part of the recently deceased father’s dying wish. Variety reported that Warner Bros. scheduled This Is Where I Leave You for Sept. 12, 2014 in competition with the Screen Gems release No Good Deed and the Universal comedy Search Party. »
For most of this week’s Grey’s Anatomy, Alex dodges Jo so completely and totally that she becomes all but convinced that he’s dumping her. (Seeing as she passes her intern exam without even a “Way to go!” from her boyfriend, I can’t say I blame her!) But by the end of the hour, she probably wishes he had just dumped her, because… well, keep reading. I’ll fill in the blanks.
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Papa Don’T Preach | Fueling Jo’s paranoia is the fact that Alex is going »
- Andy Patrick
Eric Tipton penned the script about a wounded hitman/whistleblower and two paramedics on the run from a cartel.
The story revolves around a pair of young valets who moonlight as burglars. During one house break-in, they come upon a woman being held captive.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
In Sunday’s episode of True Blood, Eric turns to just about the last person you’d expect – and certainly the last person he wants to – in hopes of canceling Nora’s date with the Grim Reaper. But can even Billith’s “divine” blood cure her of hep V? Read on to find out (as if you haven’t already watched “In the Evening”).
Grave Matters | After Eric sneaks Nora out of Vamp Camp and we’re “treated” to a bewigged flashback in which we see his »
- Andy Patrick
Los Angeles — Sony Corp. is taking a deeper dive into ultrahigh-definition video as it comes out Friday with "After Earth," the first of Sony's three movies this year both shot and presented in the emerging 4K digital format. At a screening for journalists, I got a close-up look at even the pores on Will Smith's face as details were rendered with greater clarity on the big screen.
Sony and other consumer electronics makers are betting that 4K images will become the new standard, prompting consumers to buy fancier TVs just as they did when high definition, or HD, rolled out over the past decade. It could also entice more people to buy movie tickets to see for themselves what the super-clear format is like.
But the more detailed images present a host of problems. They use four times the number of pixels as the current HD standard, which results in larger data files. »
In this week’s The Walking Dead, it isn’t exactly a shock when Merle takes it upon himself to execute Rick’s “agreement” with the Governor by delivering him Michonne. What is a shock, however, is that, by the end of the episode, we actually feel (almost, kinda-sorta) sorry for the bastard. Here’s how it all plays out.
Debate Club | As the hour kicks off, Rick informs Daryl and Merle of the Governor’s offer. Daryl, natch, is wholeheartedly against handing over Michonne. “It just ain’t us,” he argues. Even Merle is taken aback that Rick would consider it, »
- Andy Patrick
Tags: Once Upon A TimeOnce Upon a Time recapsIMDbSwanQueen
Previously on Once Upon A Time: Cora traipsed through time and space, dispensing evil where'er she went; including but not limited to poisoning Snow White's mother and then offering Young Snow the chance to trade someone else's life for her mother's, all because she wanted her daughter to someday be queen. And you thought Dance Moms were intense.
We open on Paige Matthews looking bedraggled and dirty — wait, am I watching Charmed? Oh, no, Ok. That's not Paige. It's Young Cora, pushing a cart and yelling to awaken her drunk father, who is sleeping on the sacks of flour that were supposed to be delivered to the castle. She takes this task upon herself instead, but while she's making the delivery, a pretty little princess dressed all in pink trips her and white powder goes everywhere. Young Cora hisses out some insults at her, »
No good deed goes unpunished.
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While on their way to a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kansas City on Friday night, three stars of ABC's hit sitcom Modern Family were trapped in a crowded elevator for almost an hour, ABC News reports.
"This is us right now. 45 minutes stuck in this elevator," Ferguson wrote, captioning the snapshot from the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel's third floor.
The actors were an hour late to the event after the Kansas City Fire Department rescued them, but they maintained a good sense of humor about their plight, reportedly joking about the ordeal on stage. »
With the holidays over, and people getting back to work, the art of film shuffling has begun again. The remake of Carrie, which was to bow in March, has been pushed to a more appropriate release date of October 18th. No Good Deed, a thriller starring Idris Elba will be delayed an entire year, bowing on January 14, 2014. Meanwhile, the thriller The Hive has been renamed The Call and will now bow on March 15.
Syfy has announced an April 15 premier date for their very expensive Defiance -a drama series that will exist as both a TV series and a video game in collaboration with Trion Worlds. The show depicts a futuristic Earth with a boomtown set on the ruins of St. Louis that is now home to seven alien species and Earthlings. Rockne O’Bannon was the original showrunner before dropping out to work on the CW’s The Cult, but »
The state of Kansas is forcing a man to pay child support to he donated his sperm to a lesbian couple three years ago — even after a written agreement that stated otherwise. Do You think that’s fair?
William Marotta has found himself in the middle of a pricey and expensive legal battle three years after he donated his sperm to Angela Bauer, 43, and Jennifer Schreiner, 34, partners who desperately wanted to have a child.
Now, after Angela lost her job and the family was put on welfare, the state of Kansas is asking William for child support — and making him fork over $6,000.
The lesbian couple found William on Craigslist, and all three signed a contract agreeing that he would have no legal responsibility for the child.
Speaking Out About Donating His Sperm
William, a married mechanic who fosters children with his wife, revealed to the Today show on Jan. 3 that »
- Christina Stiehl
15 items from 2013
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