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13 Sins and 13 Bloody Challenges: A Movie Review

21 April 2014 2:52 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Director: Daniel Stamm. Writers: David Birke and Daniel Stamm. Cast: Mark Webber, Devon Graye, Tom Bower, Rutina Wesley and Ron Perlman. 13 Sins is an indie horror feature from The Last Exorcism (2010) director Daniel Stamm and a trio of production companies. The film takes it source material from a horror film from Thailand, titled: 13: Games of Death (2006). This viewer has not seen the earlier film, so comparisons cannot be made. On its own, 13 Sins is a solid thriller, with actor Mark Webber playing a troubled protagonist. Everything goes wrong for his character, Elliot. Fortunately, Stamm's directing style keeps events interesting as the protagonist fights against unseen forces. 13 Sins is a solid indie thriller, which offers lots of dark comedic bits. The story is told through the eyes of Elliot. He is a man down on his luck. Recently, Elliot has lost his job and a new baby is on its way. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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The Walking Dead 4.16 – “A” Review

31 March 2014 12:25 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Finally. After 15 episodes and a long mid-season break, fans of The Walking Dead have finally reached the finish of season 4. Many fans have been split over the direction of this season from the character expansion of the Governor to the individual storylines leading to Terminus. But at last, we’ve finally reached the sanctuary and are about to find out what’s really at the end of the line.

As the episode kicks off, fans are greeted with another flashback, which have been used as strong story telling tools this season as this time we’re taken back to the prison and we see Hershel. It’s a return to a better time from earlier in the season but the episode then quickly jumps ahead to a bloodied Rick who appears to be visibly shaken up. The action then transitions to Rick, Carl and Michonne as they break camp »

- Brent DiNunzio

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2 States Music Videos and behind the scenes!

27 March 2014 4:11 AM, PDT | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

We can’t wait for 2 States starring Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor to hit theaters on April 18th. based on Chetan Bhagat’s book of the same name, 2 States is a story about a romantic journey of a culturally opposite couple – Krish Malhotra and Ananya Swaminathan. They meet at the Iim-Ahmedabad College and during the program they fall in love. Complications arise after the program comes to an end and they decide to get married. Krish and Ananya belong to two different states of India. Krish, a North Indian Punjabi boy from Delhi, and Ananya, a Tamilian Brahmin from Chennai. They take a conscious decision; they won’t get married until their parents agree. Everything goes downhill when the parents meet. There is a cultural clash and the parents oppose the wedding. To convert their love story into a love marriage, the couple faces a tough battle in front of them. »

- Stacey Yount

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Where does Captain America 2 leave the Marvel universe?

27 March 2014 12:24 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Rob Leane 28 Mar 2014 - 06:28

Spoilers: just where does Captain America: The Winter Soldier leave the Marvel cinematic universe?

This article contains lots of spoilers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The phrase ‘game-changer’ is bandied about a lot in the ever-growing world of superhero movies, with The Dark Knight, The Avengers and now Captain America: The Winter Soldier being three of the biggest examples in recent years.

While Nolan’s terrorism allegory and Whedon’s super team-up both changed the game for the makers of comic book movies, inspiring a string brooding blockbusters and shared universes respectively, The Winter Soldier actually changes things in a different way - by hugely shaking up the fictional world of the movie, the events of Cap’s latest adventure have steered the Marvel Cinematic Universe away from the direction many presumed it was going in.

There is a lot of spoilery discussion »

- sarahd

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'Arrow' Season 2, episode 17: The ladies take charge in 'Birds of Prey'

26 March 2014 6:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"Arrow" Season 2 moves away from Oliver just a little bit in order to focus on the ladies in "Birds of Prey." Some of the ladies anyway -- all of those most important to "Birds of Prey" can fall into the category of Oliver Queen's ex-girlfriends.

The results are as awkward (and occasionally amusing) as they are violent.

And you think your ex is nuts?

Problems begin when a police sting on a guy named Hugo Mannheim yields more than everyone bargained for: Frank Bertinelli. The on-the-lam mob boss is back in Starling City, but he has way bigger problems than getting caught by the police.

That's because Helena Bertinelli, aka the Huntress, aka Oliver's most emotionally disturbed ex-girlfriend, has been leaving a trail of bodies around the world in her efforts to track down dear old dad. With Frank back in custody, everyone knows it's just a matter of time »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Top Five Moments From Last Night’s “Revenge”

24 March 2014 8:06 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Previously, On Reven8e.

Who will survive in a Post-Patrick world?

Here are five highlights:

Ridiculous Moment Of The Week

This is his second episode, and he’s still clothed. Get it together, show.

Pokey Pal

So we get rid of NoTrick and its place we have … New Trick? Out of the blue, Nolan gets a visit from a prison “friend” (okay, there’s no evidence there was anything between them, so I promise not to use the parentheses again) Javier, who’s recently paroled, and has taken Nolan up on his offer for a place to crash. *Note to Nolan, don’t make promises in prison unless you’re sincere.

Apparently Javier and Nolan … Javolan! … were in the hackers wing of the state prison, and became “close” (dammit, sorry) when they realized their mutual binary nature. Nolan is not too happy to see his former pokey pal, but a promise is a promise, »

- snicks

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Meet the love birds and their crazy families in the movie 2 States

7 March 2014 8:30 AM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

2 States is a story about a journey of one such couple, Krish Malhotra and Ananya Swaminathan. They meet at the Iim-Ahmedabad and during the course they fall in love. Complications arise after the course comes to an end and they decide to get married.

Krish and Ananya belong to two different states of India. Krish, a North Indian Punjabi boy from Delhi, and Ananya, a Tamilian Brahmin from Chennai. They take a conscious decision; till their parents don’t agree they won’t get married. Everything goes down hill when the parents meet. There is a cultural clash and the parents oppose the wedding.

To convert their love story into a love marriage, the couple faces a tough battle in front of them. For its easy to fight and rebel, but much harder to convince.

Will Krish and Ananya’s love for each other sustain the battles? Will they manage »

- Sunny Malik

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Two States Synopsis!

5 March 2014 6:06 PM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

There is excitement all around as 2 States produced by Karan Johar and Sajid Nadiawala is set to release in UK cinemas on 18th April 2014.

2 States, the movie is based on Chetan Bhagat’s real life love story and on his best-selling novel 2 States: The Story of My Marriage.

The rom-com is directed by Abhishek Varman and stars Dharma favourite Alia Bhatt and Gunday

star Arjun Kapoor in lead roles.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smbmkAbU5ao

Synopsis: Love marriages around the world are simple. Boy loves girl. Girl loves boy. They get married. In India, there are few more steps…

Boy loves girl. Girl loves boy. Girl’s family has to love the boy. Boy’s family has to love the girl. Girl’s family has to love the boy’s family. Boy’s family has to love the girl’s family.

And if the boy and girl still love each other, »

- Sunny Malik

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'Winter's Tale' (2014) Movie Review

13 February 2014 9:30 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Winter's Tale tries so hard to be epic it ultimately fails at telling what could have been a decent (albeit silly) tale of love, morals and a religious battle between angels and demons. Instead it wants to be mythic. It wants so badly to create a connection to the modern world that it forgets all it needs to do is make a human connection, something it actually accomplishes early on until it tries to be something it never was. Attempting to tell a story that began in the early 1900s and ends in present day, had writer/director Akiva Goldsman only stuck to the period portion of his story, adapted from the Mark Helprin novel, he would have been far better off, especially considering that's where he spends the bulk of his story, focusing on Peter Lake (Colin Farrell), a master thief in 1916 that's attempting to go straight. Peter was »

- Brad Brevet

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Olympian Sarah Hendrickson: Ski-Jumping Is 'Like Putting Your Hand Out the Car Window'

11 February 2014 9:05 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Johnny Dodd is a reporter and writer for People, currently in Sochi covering the 2014 Winter Olympics. You can follow him on Twitter @Johnny_DoddI don't know what you're doing later today, but I'm catching a shuttle and heading up into the mountains above Sochi to check out Sarah Hendrickson, the reigning world ski jumping champ, at the RusSki Gorki Center.  I spoke to the 19-year-old Park City, Utah, native for a bit on the day she was named to the U.S. team, and she answered a question that I'd always wondered about: What does it feel like to rocket »

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Alien: Isolation – preview

7 January 2014 12:32 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Creative Assembly has announced a survival horror successor to Alien, Ridley Scott's brooding sci-fi classic

The cleaners have started to come round the Creative Assembly offices. I walk into a stark white bathroom where a paper towel dispenser's guts hang open below the hand dryer. It looks sad. I walk towards a cubicle.

Suddenly, the hand dryer goes off by itself and my chest clutches in at me like a claw. The hand dryer switches itself on and off and on and off. Each time I remind myself there's no one there.

The cleaner pops in. 'Sorry!' she says, and potters off.

Even as I write this I still feel frightened. There's a kind of bleak dread I felt on the Sevastopol, the remote space station featured in Alien: Isolation. It's a dread that lingers. The game's environment is beautiful, enchanting even. But it is unsettling. And the… »

- Cara Ellison

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