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4 items from 2012

Happy Birthday, Dianna Agron! Glee Star Turns 26

30 April 2012 6:26 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Our Glee teen queen's all grown up! Dianna Agron turns the big 2-6 today and she's already gave us a sneak preview of her adorable birthday bash. Surprise! It's just as sweet as the singer. Gal had a circus-themed birthday bash over the weekend with bestie Taylor Swift. T.Swift tweeted an adorable instagram photo of the girls making silly faces and donning circus-inspired costumes. Agron's kept us entertained on the boob tube as Quinn Fabray on Glee for the past three seasons. The blonde beauty's also making her transition to the big screen—she starred in both I Am Number Four and The Hunters last year. No word yet on how Dianna plans to spend her actual »

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DVD Review: The Hunters

22 January 2012 12:43 PM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

The Hunters

Stars: Chris Briant, Jay Brown, Steven Waddington, Tony Becker, Terence Knox, Dianna Agron | Written by Michael Lehman | Directed by Chris Briant

When an increasing number of people are reported missing, but no one makes any moves to investigate, detective LeSaint takes an interest and steps in. What he doesn’t expect is that his superiors don’t seem to be taking the situation very seriously and tell him that people go missing all the time. Ignoring his orders, he decides to investigate further until his leads take him to the mysterious and abandoned Fort Goben where a group of townsfolk spend their weekends hunting. Only their prey aren’t animals.

A co-production of France, Luxembourg and Belgium, from a first time writer and a first time director? And a director who also stars as the films lead no less? That usually doesn’t bode well for any film. »

- Phil

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DVD Review: The Hunters

17 January 2012 9:20 AM, PST | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: The Hunters Directed by: Chris Bryant Starring: Steven Waddington, Diana Agron, Chris Briant, Tony Becker, Terence Knox Running Time: 111 minutes, Rated R A group of men spend their weekends together at a little spot in the wilderness called Fort Goben.  It’s a place where men can be men, and hunt some humans who just happen upon their private sanctuary. Just a typical weekend with the guys. Director Chris Briant plays Le Saint, an Iraq war veteran suffering from Ptsd who is trying to live a normal life, and is anxious to use his analysis skills in an investigation into several missing persons cases. When he chooses to meet »

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The Hunters and a Human Game Preserve: A Movie Review

1 January 2012 4:00 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*here be some spoilers.

Director: Chris Briant.

Writer: Michael Lehman.

Cast: Steven Waddington, Tony Becker, Terence Knox and Dianna Agron.

It is a little strange to see actors Tony Becker and Terence Knox reunited after twenty years from their "Tour of Duty" days. They are on the same side again in this European shot thriller. Set in Luxembourg, The Hunters is one of the more unpredictable thrillers to be seen by this reviewer in quite sometime. The use of surreal intercutting shows Briant's strong understanding for showing character's emotions externally and this feature is a must see for thriller fans.

The story begins with Det. Le Saint (Chris Briant). His name is not just a title as Le Saint tries to find the source of several disappearances. His investigation leads him to Fort Goben, a human gaming preserve. Once you are in Goben there is no easy road home. Le »

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