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'Siren' not as exciting as the original V/H/S segment was

19 April 2017 6:16 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

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Siren is based on the segment 'Amaeteur Night' from V/H/S (2012), which was highly praised by horror fans. With Hannah Fierman reprising her role as Lily from the segment, the film was shot in 18 days and edited in 4 weeks.

I am a fan of the first V/H/S, particularly the segment upon which this film is based, Amateur Night. This prequel-sequel unfortunately does not do the series justice. What made the first film great was the romantic element, you just couldn't help but fall in love with Lily. She was the cute, quiet, shy girl who "likes you." Siren rushes every encounter with Lily, and does next to nothing when it comes to expanding any sort of story surrounding her. Not to mention, she seemed to change from a succubus to a siren somewhere in between these two films.

The plot has no obvious continuity issues, »

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‘Showtime At The Apollo’: Fox Orders Weekly Series For Next Season; Steve Harvey Hosts

17 April 2017 11:23 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Fox is returning to the iconic Harlem theater. The network said today it has ordered Showtime At The Apollo as a weekly series to premiere during the 2017-2018 season. Steve Harvey, who led Fox’s Apollo specials that launched in December and launched his career at the storied hall, will return as host. The series will feature elements from the Apollo's legendary Amateur Night, the live talent competition now in its 82nd year that provides a platform for up-and-coming… »

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‘Showtime at the Apollo’ Series Revival Ordered by Fox

17 April 2017 11:22 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Fox has given a series order to a revival of “Showtime at the Apollo,” with comic Steve Harvey set to host. The new iteration of the classic variety series is slated to premiere in the 2017-18 season.

The series order follows two “Apollo” specials Fox aired in December and January that served as trial balloons for a new series.

“We all had such a blast on the two specials that aired earlier this season, that we thought it really deserved being a weekly event,” said Harvey. “But our mission is a little different this time around. Instead of just putting on a great show, we’re going to do that and find the next great comic and the next big music star. That’s what the Apollo is all about. My roots are on that stage and I can’t wait to be there every week, looking for great talent. Who »

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