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6 items from 2015

Recap of Revenge Episode 14: Escape To Witch Mountain

17 hours ago | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

This week's episode of "Revenge" was amazing for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to the fact that David now has a scruffy goatee (good god no), Victoria's found herself a new enemy, and -- most importantly -- Kim Richards guest starred. That's the Kim Richards, everyone's favorite turtle-obsessed reality star from "Real Housewives of Beverley Hills." We are not worthy. Of course there are plenty of other story lines from the episode that we can't wait to sink our teeth into, so check out our recap of "Revenge" right here, right now.

Emily Helps Unlock Louise's Memory, Remains Revengey While Doing So

Important news: Nolan is now a married man. Yep, this jaunty fellow tied the knot with Louise Ellis, and you know what that means: time to throw a party. Louise and Nolan might not be in love, but they love the idea of mixing business »

- Mehera Bonner

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Interview: Camryn Manheim talks Extant

20 January 2015 8:17 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Flickering Myth sat down with Camryn Manheim to talk about Extant

Having been praised on during its run on Amazon Prime, Extant heads to Syfy tonight here in the UK. To celebrate, Flickering Myth sat down with Camryn Manheim (Ghost Whisperer) to talk about her role in the show, working with Halle Berry and what to expect from the first season.

FM: What attracted you to the role of Sam Burton?

Camryn Manheim: You know, I knew it was set in the future, so it was a little bit science fictiony and it had a little adventure and thriller to it, and it was so futuristic. And that’s not generally what I‟m drawn to. I like dramatic, legal, it‟s just where I come from. So, I got the script and I started reading it and I’m like, you’re kidding me, you’re kidding me. »

- Luke Owen

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Sound On Sight Podcast, #400: Final Episode featuring ‘Inherent Vice’ and the Top 10 Movies of 2014

14 January 2015 10:48 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

This is it, folks. After 400(!) episodes, Ricky and Simon decided to wrap up the Sound on Sight podcast. To send it off in style, they take a look back at the very best films of 2014, with some help from a variety of former guest- and co-hosts. Smack dab in the middle, with the help of special guests Kate Rennebohm and Adam Nayman, they go deep on Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice, the biggest missing piece in their 2014 moviegoing. It’s a nearly three-hour blowout, because it didn’t seem right to go out small. Cheers!

Start: Top 10 of 2014 #10-5

1 hour mark: Inherent Vice review

2 hour mark: Top 10 of 2014 #5-1

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Pope Francis Tells Mothers 'Don't Worry' About Breastfeeding in the Sistine Chapel

12 January 2015 10:30 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Pope Francis is no stickler about protocol and now that extends to breastfeeding in the Sistine Chapel. Beneath the chapel ceiling's majestic Michelangelo frescoes - including "The Last Judgment" - the gently spoken pontiff was baptizing 33 infants on Sunday when he assured the mothers they would face no judgment for nursing during the service. "You mothers give your children milk and even now, if they cry because they are hungry, breastfeed them, don't worry," Francis said. The pope, who's made international headlines with his un-stuffy style - he's a master at taking selfies and has been known to take kids in St. »

- Sandra Sobieraj Westfall, @sswestfall

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Sordid Cinema #91: ‘Rover’ and ‘Locke’

3 January 2015 4:27 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Once upon a time, Ricky and Simon planned a podcast. In it, they would discuss two films readily available on VOD that both found a place on the Sos Top 50 Films of 2014. And hey, they thought, aren’t they both genre films? Sounds like a rip-roaring good fir for Sordid Cinema! After all, The Rover is a post-apocalyptic thriller in the barren Outback, and Locke is a white-knuckle ride about a man on a desperate car ride with deadly stakes! Well, it turns out that only one of those plot descriptions was accurate. We’re only human, damn it!


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Dennis O’Neil: Good Guys and Bad Guys

1 January 2015 5:00 AM, PST | | See recent Comicmix news »

Just because it’s that time of year – and you know what I’m talking about and don’t pretend you don’t – don’t for one second think that I’ve become some sentimental goo brain and if you do think that come over here and I’ll make you a damp spot on the rug. Or at least give you a stern look. (Or at least consider giving you a stern look at some future date, maybe in an alternate universe.)

But despite my loud and proud misanthropy, there are a few things, as we creep past the solstice, that make me believe that there’s really no reason to be ashamed of my species. Leading the list this week, if there were a list, would be the comic book community’s response to Norm Breyfogle’s misfortune. Norm, who I’ve long considered a storytelling artist, suffered »

- Dennis O'Neil

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