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“I just know there’s something dark in me and I hide it. I certainly don’t talk about it, but it’s there always, this…dark passenger. And when he’s driving, I feel alive, half sick with the thrill of complete wrongness.
I don’t fight him, I don’t want to. He’s all I’ve got. Nothing else could love me, not even… especially not me.
Or is that just a lie the Dark Passenger tells me? Because lately there are these moments when I feel connected to something else… someone. It’s like the mask is slipping and things… people… who never mattered before are suddenly starting to matter. It scares the hell out of me”
The dichotomy – raging battle ongoing – that engulfs the core of the protagonist summarized in one shatteringly honest, beautifully troubled confession…to an AA meeting, where he is »
- Scott Patterson
by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com
MoreHorror currently had the chance to shoot off a few questions to some of the heavy hitters from the upcoming horror short Heir.
Q&A with Richard Powell
MoreHorror.com: What can you tell us about Fatal Pictures next, and last short film Heir ?
Richard Powell: Heir is going to be a special project for a few key reasons. First, as you mentioned, it will be Fatal Pictures last short film before we attempt to get our feature film debut made. Second, this will be our first attempt at raising funds through a crowd funding platform like Kickstarter. Finally, we are expanding our creative horizons with several new collaborators »
Armie Hammer’s parents did not want him to become a movie star.
Or, perhaps more accurately, they didn’t want him to drop out of high school to pursue acting. But that’s exactly what he did. And after a few carefully chosen supporting roles, Hammer is about to have his big shot at stardom.
Playing the title character in Disney’s big-budget movie “The Lone Ranger” could catapult the 26-year-old from the actor best known for his dual turn as the Winklevoss twins in “The Social Network” to the upper echelon of young stars favored by Hollywood’s major executives, directors and producers.
The closely watched July 3 release of “Lone Ranger” could potentially do for Hammer what the maiden voyage of “Pirates of the Caribbean” did for his Lone Ranger co-star, Johnny Depp, in 2003, and what “Titanic” did for Leonardo DiCaprio a few years earlier: Transform an actor »
- Justin Kroll and Rachel Abrams
Few series have demonstrated the unforgiving nature of the media and TV’s Web-connected super-fans better than “The Killing,” which drew them in with its hypnotic pace, then disappointed many with its misleading “We’ll wrap this up in season one” finale. The show limped through a second-season conclusion with considerably less fanfare, and now returns with a new mystery, feeling very much like yesterday’s news. As usual, the two-hour premiere closes with a flourish, but it’s a long slog to that point, with one compelling cast addition and plot threads that otherwise engage in a different type of killing – specifically, time.
Although there were several good business reasons to bring “The Killing” back — under a multi-pronged deal involving AMC, Netflix and Fox’s distribution apparatus — the artistic ones are considerably less obvious. Having told, for better or worse, a self-contained story, this almost can’t help but »
- Brian Lowry
News Louisa Mellor 28 Mar 2013 - 11:03
Yes, yes, we know what you're going to say: the Doctor lies, Steven Moffat lies, and there isn't a Father Christmas. Putting that to one side though, Moffat has promised that the mystery of "impossible" companion Clara will be uncovered over the next eight episodes of Doctor Who. He said it in public, in print, and on the world wide web, a place where no untruths or exaggerations exist. Ahem.
Moffat also said a number of other things in the course of a long-read interview with Collider. We've cherry-picked a few answers from the man himself, as the world gears up for the return of Doctor Who this Saturday.
On what Jenna-Louise Coleman brings to the series as Clara
What Jenna, in particular, brings »
Image via: ACGArt
A few of us here from GeekTyrant will be hitting up WonderCon 2013, which takes place from Friday, March 29th to Sunday, March 31th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. We went for the first time last year, and we had a great time, so we're all excited to be going back for more geek goodness!
WonderCon has released the full three-day schedule! There's a ton of great stuff to check out this year! Enough cool stuff to keep you more than busy! Check out the schedule and start planning out your trip! If you're going and you see us around make sure to say hi! We can talk about geek stuff! See ya there!
March 29 • Friday
12:30Pm – 1:30Pm
35th Anniversary: BattlestarRoom 300De
- Joey Paur
6 items from 2013
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