7 items from 2015
The pic, written and directed by The Strangers‘ Bryan Bertino, will center on a young mother who must protect her daughter against attacks by a terrifying, merciless creature of unknown origins. The official synopsis reads:
There Are Monsters focuses on a mother (Kazan) and her terrified young daughter Lizzie who are trapped and tormented by a merciless creature. In the end, only a mother’s protective love, her most primal instinct, can save them.
In the wake of The Conjuring, Insidious and The Babadook, horror pics about beset-upon matriarchs are hot again, and it will be interesting to see what kind of spin Bertino, whose home-invasion thriller The Strangers was one of the most effective, non-supernatural frighteners of the past ten years, »
- Isaac Feldberg
According to exclusive Gold Derby predictions, 29-year-old Nick Fradiani is a frontrunner to win "American Idol" with 16/1 odds. Do you agree or disagree with those odds? Hurry -- make your predictions now and you could win our weekly prize of a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so start now by scrolling down and predicting who'll be eliminated next. -Break- Nick fans, do you have a favorite performance of his from the live shows? Be sure to sound off in our poll below, and then cast your votes for whether you think Nick will win "American Idol" in our predictions center. As a refresher, Nick sang a live version of his audition song "In Your Eyes" for Back to the Start Week. He then performed "Wake Me Up" for Party Songs Week, "Danger Zone" for Movie Songs Week, "Man in the Mirror" for 80s Week, "Catch My Breath" for »
There were definitely some surprises in last week's first Top 24 eliminations. One week, Trevor Douglas was my pick to win the whole thing. The next week? Poof. Gone. One week, it seemed like everybody hated Maddie Walker for taking Rachael Hallack's place in the Top 24. The next week? Bam! Embraced by America despite an utterly mediocre performance. On Wednesday (March 11) night, "American Idol" is unveiling our Top 12 Finalists. How will the lucky singers be revealed? And what will we do to fill the hour? Click through and follow along! 8:00 p.m. Et. I feel pretty good about Qaasim Middleton's chances of making the Top 12, so his picture is accompanying my recap. I don't know if the judges are getting Wild Card picks or what, but by hook or by crook, I'm betting on Qaasim, at least for another week. 8:02 p.m. I don't have a clue what's happening tonight. »
- Daniel Fienberg
It's confirmed: Nikki Reed is in a pretty darn fantastic place right now. E! News caught up with the In Your Eyes star Thursday at a launch party for the Unstopables Collection home and linen fragrance line in NYC and, considering she was rocking her impressive engagement bling and positively glowing, we had to know how betrothed life was treating her. Shocker... "Quite happy right now, thank you," the radiant actress confirmed, smiling broadly. "I am here to talk about something else, as you know," Reed gently chided, "but yes, we're very happy and life is good, and I'm a very lucky lady." A million Vampire Diaries fans would surely »
There’s just something special about the way Joss Whedon writes. Whether it by Firefly/Serenity, Buffy The Vampire Slayer or hell, The Avengers, the guy has a knack for wit and well developed characters. While I typically refrain from jumping into romantic comedies/dramas, when the Whedon-written In Your Eyes appeared in my mailbox, it was just too good Not to tell you fright fanatics about.
When, as a child, Dylan has a vision of a girl sledding through the snow and crashing into a tree, he feels the girl’s pain and gets knocked out of his chair. Now a grown-up and recently paroled ex-convict, Dylan (Cloverfield’s Michael Stahl-David) lives alone in a trailer in the middle of nowhere and frequents a bar in which his former friends (and the reasons for his imprisonment) continually try to talk Dylan into one last score. Once a promising student, »
- Jerry Smith
I’ll admit it, I’m a sucker for romantic comedies, especially when they involve cute-but-awkward main characters who’re destined to be together. While the genre may bore some to death, I love it. I love love, as it were.
Monday marks the DVD release of one of my favourite rom-coms of the last few years, What If, starring Harry Potter alum Daniel Radcliffe and actress/screenwriter/playwright extraordinaire Zoe Kazan. Known for her choice of indie roles, Kazan is one of my favourite actresses, so I thought it appropriate to establish why I think she’s wonderful.
(Brin Hill, 2014)
Kicking off my list is independent drama In Your Eyes, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Released online (and available on Netflix), Zoe plays Rebecca, the lonely young wife of a big-shot doctor. Considered a little strange and treated as an outsider by others, Rebecca »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
"...'Rebecca' (Zoe Kasdan) is a lonely housewife in New Hampshire, who suddenly discoers she has a strange connection with 'Dylan' (Michael Stahl-David) a struggling ex-con in New Mexico.
"They can see through one another's eyes and experience sensations felt by the other. Though they've never met, the two share a unique,unparalleled initimacy, by being in each other's heads and begin a 'long-disnace' relationship unlike any other..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "In Your Eyes"...
- Michael Stevens
7 items from 2015
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