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10 items from 2014

Meet Salem's Powerful Enchantress Mary Sibley

7 April 2014 10:38 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Wgn America is bringing out the big guns to start off your work week as another "The People of Salem" video has arrived to get you acquainted with the characters of the network's upcoming new series. Meet Mary Sibley, portrayed by Janet Montgomery, Salem's most powerful enchantress. Beware, heathens. Black magic is near!

In “Salem” witches are real, but they are not who or what they seem. The show, which centers on an epic romance wrapped around this explosive revelation, delivers a bold new vision of Salem – and an even bolder new vision of witches.

Salem,” premiering on Sunday, April 20th, enters the world of the most notorious witch trials in history, a period steeped in fear, suspicion, and hysteria. On an expansive set in Shreveport, Louisiana, built to reflect volatile 17th century Massachusetts, “Salem” explores what really fueled the town's infamous witch trials and dares to uncover the dark, »

- Debi Moore

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Petition filed against Big B for promoting superstitions

28 March 2014 7:01 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

While Amitabh Bachchan and the makers of his next film Bhoothnath Returns are engrossed in the throes of promoting their film, a social activist from Pune, Hemant Patil, has accused the actor of promoting superstitious beliefs, and filed a petition before a court seeking action against him.

In his petition, Patil has demanded a police complaint against Bachchan and others under the new Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifices and Other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act, 2013. The reason behind this petition being, Bachchan's recent portrayal of a ghost in a TV commercial for a children's health drink. According to Patil, the said advertisement promotes the belief in the existence of ghosts and spirits while simultaneously pursuing the need for magic to ward them off. Apart from this, Patil also contends that the health drink company released the TV commercial without adding an appropriate disclaimer before »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Big B promoting superstitions, activist tells court

27 March 2014 9:10 AM, PDT | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Mumbai, March 27: A social activist from Pune has accused megastar Amitabh Bachchan of promoting superstitious beliefs, and filed a complaint before a court seeking action against the Bollywood actor.

Hemant Patil has demanded a police complaint against Bachchan and others under the stringent new Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifices and Other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act, 2013.

The immediate provocation for the complaint was Bachchan's portrayal of a ghost in a TV commercial for a children's health drink.

Mumbai magistrate Sita Kulkarni has placed the matter for hearing. »

- Shiva Prakash

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what’s on Netflix and Amazon Instant Video (from Feb 25)

25 February 2014 9:08 AM, PST | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

What’s new, what’s hot, and what you may have missed, now available to stream.

streaming now, before it’s on dvd

Oscar Nominated Live-Action Shorts: my favorite of the five films is the British “The Voorman Problem,” starring Martin Freeman and Tom Hollander in a hilarious and provocative bit of speculative fantasy [my review] [at Amazon Instant Video] After Tiller: documentary portrait of abortion doctors in America looks at those who do important, compassionate work, but isn’t as engaging as it should be [at Amazon Instant Video] The Book Thief: the tone is oddly uneven, but this is a mostly charming story about the power of books and an unforgettable young girl who loves to read [my review] [at Amazon Instant Video] Homefront: Jason Statham teams up with another badass little girl… which makes him almost warm and charming as he kicks the crap out of villains [my review] [at Amazon Instant Video]

streaming now, before it’s on dvd

Thor: The Dark World: think heavy-metal Lord of the Rings, »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Interview with Al Kratina, Writer of 24 Hour Rental

19 February 2014 1:40 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Late last night on The Super Channel, Reel One unleashed its new pitch black comedy, 24 Hour Rental upon an unsuspecting world. Described as a “no-holds-barred, deviant gangster satire” the series is produced and directed by George Mihalka, and stars Romano Orzari as Tracker, a gangster heavily in debt to the Russian Mob trying to make ends meet. He runs a seedy video store that serves as a front for petty crimes and soon gets caught up in a series of increasingly bizarre events involving drug addicts, surly video store clerks, mobsters, Satanists, rude customers and Black Magic murderers. 24 Hour Rental was written by former Sound on Sight contributor, Al Kratina, who just may have been inspired by his time working at the very same video store that gave birth to this website. I talked to Al recently and demanded that he explain himself.

For the benefit of some of our »

- Derek Gladu

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Blog: Bravely Default – Running Through Bosses, Jobs, And More

15 February 2014 1:19 PM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

So in this game of Bravely Default, you may be wondering, “If there are a whopping 24 jobs in this game, how might one get more of them?” So I will answer the question you may or may not be wondering.

In the beginning of the game, you have one class; Freelancer. A Freelancer is the jack-of-all trades class. They can learn helpful dungeoneering skills, and are pretty good with whatever weapon you can give them. They learn stuff like Examine, giving you the ability to look at how much health an enemy has (even works on bosses), what element, if any, they are weak to, and what family they are in (might have miscellaneous effects). The other classes you get by killing most bosses. I will list the class, then the name of the boss, and what the class specializes in. This will be in the order they show up on the job menu. »

- Gunnar Eastman

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The Armstrong Lie – review

30 January 2014 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Alex Gibney was obliged to reshape his portrait of Lance Armstrong in response to the cyclist's drug disgrace. He salvaged a watchable film – but only just

Here is a striking but flawed documentary by Alex Gibney, famous for his studies of financial fraud in Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005) and America's use of rendition in Taxi to the Dark Side (2007). He paints a portrait of the disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, who admits to drug use with the same calm, clear-eyed candour he once displayed while denying it. Yet the slippery doper hedges his general admission with all sorts of hints that this matter wasn't quite what his accusers have said, and Gibney circles around his man, never quite going in for the kill.

The film is a lesson in the perils of getting caught in the middle of a story – and creating and believing in a "story" in the first place. »

- Peter Bradshaw

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‘WikiLeaks’ Documentary Filmmaker Alex Gibney Honored by Writers Guild

15 January 2014 11:10 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Alex Gibney has been named the recipient of the Writers Guild of America West’s Paul Selvin award for his screenplay for the documentary film “We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks.”

It is the first time in Writers Guild Awards history that a documentary has received the Selvin Award. The honor will be presented on Feb. 1 at the Jw Marriott in Los Angeles.

The award is named after the late WGA counsel and given to a WGA member whose script best embodies the spirit of constitutional and civil rights and liberties.

Alex Gibney is one of the foremost documentary filmmakers of this generation,” said WGA West president Christopher Keyser. “His work has been a filmic conscience for our times. In ‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks,’ Mr. Gibney tackles issues arising out of us living, increasingly, in a surveillance state – from the public’s right to know and the press’ right to publish, »

- Dave McNary

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Doc Filmmaker Alex Gibney to be Honored by WGA West

15 January 2014 10:45 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Alex Gibney, the prolific documentary filmmaker behind We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, will be honored with the Paul Selvin Award at the 2014 Writers Guild Awards West Coast ceremony on Feb. 1. Gibney, whose other films include Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room and The Armstrong Lie, will receive the award at the event at the Jw Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live. Named after the late Paul Selvin, who served as counsel to the Wgaw, the award is given to a WGA member whose script best embodies the spirit of constitutional and civil rights and liberties.

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- Rebecca Ford

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Run Run Shaw – five of the best from the 'godfather of kung fu movies'

7 January 2014 3:20 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

We look back at the key films from the long career of the Hong Kong studio mogul credited with triggering the worldwide craze for kung fu

Run Run Shaw, godfather of kung fu film-making, dies aged 106

Along with his brother Runme, Run Run Shaw set up shop in the south-east Asian film business, first experiencing success before the second world war by founding a chain of cinemas in Malaya. In 1957 the brothers moved their activities to Hong Kong, and they put themselves firmly on the map when their elaborate costume drama, The Magnificent Concubine, won a technical prize at the 1962 Cannes film festival, the first Chinese film to do so. It stars Li Li-hua as a senior emperor's concubine, whose position is threatened when a younger concubine appears on the scene. There's Li warbling a ditty in the clip above.

A decade later, along came The One-Armed Swordsman, which »

- Andrew Pulver

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