4 items from 2013
Wicked Blood, directed by Tooth and Nail's Mark Young, has flown under the radar despite a stellar cast that included Sean Bean, Abigail Breslin, James Perfoy, Alexa Vega and others. It takes place in the deep south where Breslin is forced to live in a family that traffics meth.
The first trailer is below. With this cast, I'm definitely up for giving this a spin when it is released.
Hannah Lee (Abigail Breslin) is a bright teen girl trapped in the dark Southern underworld of violence and guns, drugs and vicious biker gangs. Neglected by her angry sister Amber (Alexa Vega), her only refuge is her troubled uncle Donny, who is a drug addict. Both live [Continued ...] »
He may have played the best friend on Boy Meets World, but Rider Strong is taking center stage this weekend - as a groom! "I'm incredibly lucky to be getting married to my best friend and partner-in-crime," Strong, 33, says in a statement to People of his upcoming wedding to Alexandra Barreto in Oregon on Sunday. Strong - who played bad boy Shawn Hunter on the ABC sitcom - and Barreto met as costars on the short-lived WB series Pepper Dennis in 2006 and continued working together on the horror film Tooth and Nail later that year. Strong proposed to Barreto just before Christmas last year, »
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The fight for a permanent spot at Ballet West heats up in Monday's (August 19) all-new "Breaking Pointe," as Ballet West II dancers Zachary Prentice and Ian Tanzer compete for the one open male contract.
Ballet West's artistic director Adam Sklute must finalize all contracts this week before focusing on the "Cinderella" shows that will go live in two weeks. So not only are the newbies competing for a contract, but all the dancers at Ballet West need to decide on their futures. Whether that means retiring and giving up her promotion like Allison DeBona's current decision, or Rex Tilton finally gets a promotion -- despite his injury -- after three years as a demi-soloist doing lead roles, or Joshua Whitehead gets promoted to full corps member after one year as an apprentice, every single dancer is up for review. Plus, an old face returns to Ballet West!
Who will get the contract they want, »
In anticipation of next week’s Boston Underground Film Festival (or B.U.F.F. for short), which runs from March 27th-31st, we recently had the opportunity to throw a few questions the way of one of the festival’s jurors, actor Rider Strong (Cabin Fever, Borderland) regarding the festival and other projects, past and future. Read on!
You were previously known for your role in Boy Meets World, but you’ve really made a name for yourself in the horror genre, with Cabin Fever, Tooth And Nail and Borderland. Are you a fan of the genre?
Definitely. I loved horror as a kid and then I really got an education in it while working on Cabin Fever, thanks to Eli Roth’s encyclopedic knowledge. It’s a genre where artists can go to reinvent themselves or start a career. So many big directors and actors got their first roles in horror films. »
4 items from 2013
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