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Desperate Housewives 6.20 "Epiphany" Recap

26 April 2010 12:39 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

This week's Desperate Housewives gave us the story of Eddie Orlofsky (Josh Zuckerman), aka The Fairview Strangler, in an episode I would like to call "Out of Your League": The Eddie Orlofsky Story, or "How To Become A Serial KillerDesperate Housewives Style."

Introduction – Every Story Has A Beginning…

We open with the sight of a God ugly house that is a landscape blemish on Fairview's beautiful facade. Then we find out that it is Eddie's house, immediately making me retract my statement and compare it to Norman Bates's infamous house from the Psycho films.

Eddie smiles as he looks outside, but has his moment interrupted by his mother, Barbara Orlofsky (guest star Diane Farr), who is hell personified and would make Joan Crawford a proud bitch. She gestures to Eddie that she is out of booze, insinuating that he has been stealing her stash and asks if he has any. »

- Mark O. Estes

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Watch the First Two Episodes of Web Series The Resolve

24 March 2010 4:03 PM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

The web series craze hasn't seemed to catch on with the general public, but as far as the horror genre goes, we have an abundance to choose from. And today we got word of another that looks to be worth at least a few minutes of your time to check out: director and lead actor Russ Cootey's "The Resolve".

The premise is as follows:

"The Resolve" centers around Mike Patterson (Russ Cootey), a beleaguered man, gripped by O.C.D. issues with humanity, unleashed by fiery clashes on others. He explains to his therapist Sean Miller (Alex Ballar - War Wolves) how he has found a way to deal with his compulsion, which is to kill those who he believes are responsible for the misalignment in humanity.

Also starring are Ellen Dubin (The Collector, Lexx, Highlander), Kristina Hughes (Old School, Green River), Anthony Ray Parker (The Matrix, Xena), Holt Boggs (The Prodigy, »

- Uncle Creepy

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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Updates Coming

14 February 2010 9:53 AM, PST | GameRant | See recent GameRant news »

On February 15th and 25th, Nathan Drake fans will be getting a much needed Dlc boost. On February 15th the Uncharted 2: Among Thieves title update 1.05 will come out that will add 12 multiplayer trophies and 12 new multiplayer medals.

Shortly after that update, on February 25th, as we said before,  there will be some new pay Dlc. A $2.99 skin pack, so when you play multiplayer you can be the Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune versions of Drake, Elena, Atog Navarro, Eddie Raja, Gabriel Roman and Javier, the enemy pirate. Separately, for $3.99 you can purchase a map pack containing boards based on Drake’s Fortune. The Facility, the submarine pens from the first game, and The Flooded Ruins, based on the customs house. You can save a dollar buy getting the bundle of maps and skins for $5.99.


This should bring some life into Uncharted 2’s multiplayer aspect and try to get some PS »

- T.J. Lauerman

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Chuck The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review

3 February 2010 10:40 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up and be a secret agent overnight?  As the titular lead of the television show Chuck, Chuck Bartowski would probably say it’s not so nice, but he’s had his fair share of adventure and lady love.

For those who need a download of information on the series, brace yourselves.  Chuck works for the Nerd Herd department of a Burbank Buy More store, an ode to Best Buy’s Geek Squad (which, by the way, does have a Burbank location).  Chuck had a simple life until he opens an email sent from his former college roommate and the whole of the United States’ secret information gets downloaded directly into his brain.   More after the jump.

Chuck doesn’t have immediate control of the information.  It presents itself on a need to know basis; Chuck sees a person, place or thing that triggers »

- Nico

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The Shades Rule in this Beyond the Rave Second Clip

17 January 2010 12:54 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Hammer Films is announcing the release of Beyond the Rave on DVD mid January. A web series with twenty-two parts the limited release DVD will have many extra features (5000 copies). Bonus features include the deleted scene "Big Jim's Last Stand" and five other special scenes. A series of webisodes that signalled the return of Hammer Films to horror, Beyond the Rave was filmed in the United Kingdom and the episodes involve vampires, the undead, and some youths just out to have a good time. That is what everyone wants, right? Except when you add drug fueled twenty-somethings with those who have an insatiable thirst for blood - things will get violent in a hurry. Check out the trailer for the episodes inside and the location of a much better, newer, second trailer from the Hammer Films website.

The synopsis for Beyond the Rave here:

"A vampire story set in England's underground rave scene. »

- Michael Ross Allen

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