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‘The Path’ Review: Season 3 Makes Big, Bold Moves to Tackle Cults With More Relevancy Than Ever

‘The Path’ Review: Season 3 Makes Big, Bold Moves to Tackle Cults With More Relevancy Than Ever
As a family drama, “The Path” is very good. As an appraisal of belief, it’s extraordinary.

Jessica Goldberg’s Hulu drama — the streaming company’s inaugural hourlong series — has already been delivering nuanced relationship narratives for two seasons, primarily focusing on the central love triangle between Eddie Lane (Aaron Paul), Sarah Lane (Michelle Monaghan), and Cal Roberts (Hugh Dancy). In this realm alone, “The Path” has been consistently compelling. Dancy may not be getting the buzz he did for “Hannibal,” but he’s doing work of equal magnitude. Paul is so strong as an exasperated father, husband, and leader, while Monaghan confidently pushes Sarah from moments of the utmost fragility to places of fierce conviction.

How far Goldberg and her writing staff has taken each character is impressive (not to mention the rest of the cast), but the scope of “The Path” keeps widening beyond family, and in the
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Gareth Edwards’ ‘Monsters’ Being Developed into TV Series by Channel 4

In the wake of the runaway success of The Walking Dead and the obsessive love for cancelled series like Hannibal, horror on TV has never been a more viable investment for streaming sites and TV networks alike. Shows ranging from Mindhunter and American Gods to Preacher and Ash vs. Evil Dead have stake in this, as do Stranger Things and iZombie. And with the recent news of Bryan Fuller, the unquestionable master of TV horror at this point, taking on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, it doesn't seem to be slowing down even a little bit. [caption id="attachment_56198" …
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Bryan Fuller Developing The Vampire Chronicles TV Series with Anne Rice & Christopher Rice

Bryan Fuller has joined the journey to bring the vampire Prince Lestat to the small screen, bringing his dream as a teenager full circle.

Author Christopher Rice announced on Facebook that Fuller has joined him and his mother, Anne Rice, in developing a TV series based on Anne's Vampire Chronicles book series for Paramount Television and Anonymous Content.

While it has yet to be revealed if Fuller will serve as showrunner or executive producer of the series, he is actively involved in developing the series from a creative standpoint, which should be exciting news to fans of his work on American Gods, Hannibal, and Pushing Daisies.

In addition to announcing the news of Fuller's involvement, Christopher also shared a story about how Fuller called Anne Rice as a teenager to let her know that it was his destiny to adapt Interview with the Vampire for the screen.

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Bryan Fuller to Help Bring ‘The Vampire Chronicles’ TV Series to Life

Some good news for Bryan Fuller fans, Anne Rice fans, and the healthy crossover between those fandoms that is undoubtedly about to get a bit bigger: Fuller has come onboard the creative team behind The Vampire Chronicles, a TV series adaptation of Rice's most popular and celebrated works. The project aims to bring the vampire Lestat's globe-trotting journey to the small screen, with a focus on providing "a prestigious, long-form, high quality and high production value" series. Fuller, the creative force behind such fan-favorite series as Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, American Gods and Star Trek: Discovery, …
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Gillian Anderson: I Quit The X-Files Because...

Gillian Anderson's decision to quit The X-Files is final.

The star opened up about her decision during a Q&A with reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, explaining that “there are lots of things that I want to do in my life and career."

"It’s been an extraordinary opportunity. I’m extremely grateful. [But] I don’t want to be tied down to doing one thing for months and months… I like to be challenged as an actor."

"That’s why I got into this business. And it’s time for me to hang up Scully’s hat. This is it for me — I’m really serious.”

Anderson has played the role of Dana Scully on and off since 1993, so it makes sense that she wants to distance herself from the character and try out some new projects.

That's not to say she did not do
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Scott’s Favorites of 2017

Hey everyone. Having written and rewritten this introduction four times, I’ve resigned myself to a simple fact: I can’t rewrite what has been. I can’t change what is done. But the future isn’t set in stone, and my present is better than it’s been in a very long time. I guess which is to say that I’m forever an optimist; I can’t help it and frankly, I don’t care to change. It’s just the way I’m built. So, it was a busy year, and many of the reasons why you’ll see described below with my list of favorite things from 2017. As you’ll see, horror—and horror people—never let me down.

Favorite TV Shows

Okay this will be very short, so let’s get it out of the way: I didn’t see any horror TV this year at all.
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Film Review: ‘All the Money in the World’

Film Review: ‘All the Money in the World’
In “All the Money in the World,” gazillionaire J. Paul Getty is judged harshly for not forking over a $17 million ransom to rescue his kidnapped grandson from Italian thugs — the implication being that if you had a gazillion dollars, you wouldn’t hesitate to pay up. But what if doing so read as an open invitation to future extortionists to target other family members? And what guarantee would the filthy-rich patriarch have had that his stolen namesake, John Paul Getty III, would be returned safely?

Of course, as rhetorical questions go, the one “All the Money in the World” really seems to be asking is, “Wwtd,” or “What Would Trump Do?” Surely some version of that idea must have been going through director Ridley Scott’s head when he decided to tackle the project last spring, serving up on a remarkably tight schedule this most twisted of holiday offerings — the ruthless tale of a real-life Ebenezer Scrooge
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Frank Castle Is Officially Coming Back For More Vengeance in Season 2 of The Punisher

The Punisher is officially getting a second season! Netflix announced the news on Tuesday via Twitter, writing, "Time to reload. #ThePunisher Season 2 is coming." It's especially exciting news for fans of Marvel's gun-toting vigilante because Disney (which owns Marvel) is starting a streaming service of their own. Luckily, it appears Netflix's Marvel properties are staying put. Time to reload. #ThePunisher Season 2 is coming. pic.twitter.com/J76ksLfDqx - The Punisher (@ThePunisher) December 12, 2017 The first season of The Punisher follows Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) on his gruesome crusade for vengeance, as well as the tragic backstory that prompts it. Hannibal's Steve Lightfoot served as showrunner on season one and is expected to return for season two along with Jeph Loeb's producing team. A premiere date is still up in the air, but with new seasons of Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and Iron Fist also on the way at the streaming giant,
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Netflix Renews Marvel's The Punisher For Season 2!

It's only been less than a month since The Punisher premiered on Netflix and I know that some people are still in the process of getting through the first season, But, I'm excited to report that Netflix has officially renewed Marvel's The Punisher for Season 2!

The first season seemed to have been met with mixed reviews but I loved it! That was the best live-action adaptation of The Punisher yet and I can't wait to see what's in store for Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) in Season 2! One thing that I know we can expect is seeing him go on another insane killing spree.

The official Twitter account for The Punisher series posted a video with the big announcement. You can watch that below.

After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld.
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The Flickering Myth Reaction to the Death Stranding trailer

The Flickering Myth writing team reacts to the Death Stranding trailer…

Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming game Death Stranding stars both Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) and Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal). Published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, this upcoming PS4 exclusive title will be Kojima’s first game since he left his longtime home at Konami and formed his own software development studio Kojima Productions. This latest trailer was revealed at this year’s Games Awards and already the people of YouTube are combing through every frame for hidden clues, clues that may reveal a glimpse of the story for this ever so secret game. Read on to find out what our writing team made of this latest trailer…

Rob James Kojder: Since some journalists consider #TwinPeaksTheReturn a movie in year-end lists I can’t wait to put @HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN and @RealGDT #DeathStranding in mine whatever year it releases.
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New ‘Black Mirror’ Trailer Reveals Launch Date

Netflix released a brand new trailer for the upcoming season of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror. The two-minute trailer consists of a mix of clips from the new episodes as well as the launch date for the new season.

If you happened to blink for a really long time towards the end of the trailer and didn’t catch the launch date, it is December 29, 2017. Just in time to binge watch on your holiday break.

IMDb has the episode count at six for season 4. Below is some episode information.


Cast: Rosemarie Dewitt (La La Land, Mad Men), Brenna Harding (A Place to Call Home), Owen Teague (Bloodline)

Director: Jodie Foster

Written by: Charlie Brooker

“USS Callister”

Cast: Jesse Plemons (Black Mass, Fargo), Cristin Milioti (The Wolf of Wall Street, Fargo), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld, House of Cards), Michaela Coel (Chewing Gum, Monsters: Dark Continent)

Director: Toby Haynes (Dr Who, Sherlock
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Kingdom's Jonathan Tucker Joins Showtime Drama Pilot City on a Hill

Kingdom's Jonathan Tucker Joins Showtime Drama Pilot City on a Hill
Kingdom‘s Jonathan Tucker is getting into the ring with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, joining the duo’s Showtime drama pilot City on a Hill, TVLine has learned.

Exec-produced by Affleck, Damon and Chuck MacLean, the prospective series is a fictional account of what was referred to as the “Boston Miracle.” In the early ’90s, corruption and racism was the norm in Boston, until an African-American district attorney (Underground‘s Aldis Hodge) from Brooklyn arrives in the city, advocating change. He forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran (Kevin Bacon) who is invested in maintaining the status quo.
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‘Black Mirror’ Trailer Is Gloriously Bleak and Twisted, Finally Reveals Season 4 Premiere Date – Watch

‘Black Mirror’ Trailer Is Gloriously Bleak and Twisted, Finally Reveals Season 4 Premiere Date – Watch
Netflix’s Emmy-winning “Black Mirror” has been thoughtfully doling out details of its highly anticipated fourth season throughout the past couple week, and the show finally revealed a full trailer. In addition, viewers finally when their misery will end (or begin, depending on just how bleak the installments are), as the streaming service also revealed the release date, Friday, Dec. 29.

Read More:‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 First Look: Jodie Foster and ‘Star Trek’ Homage are Here to Blow Our Minds

The trailer, which can be seen below, ranges from futuristic sets with robots and spaceships to more mundane settings. According to EW, at an early PaleyFest screening of “USS Callister,” creator Charlie Brooker revealed that the episode was conceived as an adult “Toy Story” and it’s about “living under a tyrant.” Its obvious riff on “Star Trek” means that it’s grander in scope and uses a healthy amount of lens flares.
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Ben Barnes on Playing Against Jon Bernthal in ‘The Punisher’ & Returning for ‘Westworld’ Season 2

From showrunner Steve Lightfoot (Hannibal), the Marvel/Netflix series The Punisher follows Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal), who mistakenly thought he’d be able to disappear into a quiet life, now that he was finished exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children. But when he uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld, The Punisher must discover just how far and deep the injustices run. During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actor Ben Barnes (who plays Billy Russo, Frank Castle’s best friend from his days in …
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Film Critics Pick the Most Underrated Movies of 2017 — IndieWire Critics Survey

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Film Critics Pick the Most Underrated Movies of 2017 — IndieWire Critics Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What is the most overlooked and/or underrated movie of 2017?

E. Oliver Whitney, Screencrush.com, @cinemabite

Despite the critical praise, “A Fantastic Woman” only a one-week qualifying run last month, and I worry is it’ll easily be forgotten this awards season. Daniela Vega gives one of the most astounding performances I’ve seen this year, one that comes from somewhere fierce and internal, portraying the life and struggle of a trans woman that cinema has rarely shown an interest in exploring. But since you can’t see it until it has a proper release in Febraury, do check one of the year’s other
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Blu-ray Review – American Gods: Season One

Ricky Church reviews American Gods season one…

For many years, Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods was thought to be unfilmable. It was felt the novel was too grandiose for the big screen, with too many characters and too much story to fit into one 2-hour or 2-hour plus film. Almost 20 years later, Michael Green and Bryan Fuller thought to develop it as a television series for Starz starring Ricky Whittle (The 100) as protagonist Shadow Moon and Ian McShane (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) as the mysterious Mr. Wednesday.

The 8-episode first season adapts roughly a third of the novel. Shadow Moon is released early from prison after learning his wife has died in an unfortunate car accident while having an affair with his best friend. Adrift, he meets the mysterious and enigmatic con-man Mr. Wednesday, who offers Shadow a job as his bodyguard. The two begin
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New ‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Trailer Reveals David Slade’s Dystopian “Metalhead”

The run-up to Black Mirror's fourth season continues on. After teasing singular episodes ranging from Jodie Foster's "Arkangel" to "Crocodile" and "Black Museum", Netflix has now released our first look at "Metalhead," the episode helmed by longtime Hannibal director David Slade, also known for horror movies like Hard Candy and 30 Days of Night. [caption id="attachment_678226" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Netflix/caption] Shot entirely in black-and-white from the look of things, "Metalhead" stars Maxine Peake as what seems like a rare survivor of some sort of dystopian act that leaves her wandering …
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‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Trailer: Beware Of Dogs In David Slade’s ‘Metalhead’

The episode by episode teaser march toward the new season of “Black Mirror” continues, with what might be the most visually audacious offering yet: “Metalhead.”

David Slade (“Hannibal,” “American Gods“) gets behind the camera for this black and white instalment, starring Maxine Peake, Jake Davies, and Clint Dyer that keeps the plot under wraps (the only thing we have to go on is the super brief logline: “Beware of dogs”), but seems to promise some bloody, apocalyptic horror.

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‘Black Mirror: Metalhead’ Trailer: Watch a Black and White Nightmare From ‘Hard Candy’ Director David Slade

‘Black Mirror: Metalhead’ Trailer: Watch a Black and White Nightmare From ‘Hard Candy’ Director David Slade
In order to stoke excitement for the upcoming season of “Black Mirror,” individual episode trailers have been released, giving sneak peeks of the standalone stories making up this season. Netflix released one of the most striking ones on Dec. 3 with “Metalhead,” written by series creator Charlie Brooker and directed by David Slade. Best known for helming “Hard Candy,” “30 Days of Night,” and key episodes of shows such as “Hannibal” and “American Gods,” Slade brings a black and white chapter to “Black Mirror.” Starring Maxine Peake (“The Theory Of Everything”), Jake Davies (“The Missing”), and Clint Dyer (“Hope Springs”), details on the episode are slim so far, save the video’s haunting description: “Beware of Dogs.” But judging by the intense footage, it appears to be one of the more horror-heavy installments of the series.

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6 New TV Shows to Look Forward to in 2018

Samuel Brace with six new TV shows to look forward to in 2018…

The year has almost reached its close. December is here and with it a great chance presents itself to look forward to what is to come in 2018. 2017 was a great year for new TV, with shows like The Young Pope, Mindhunter, Legion and The Punisher all impressing. But what about next year? Well, the good news is that there is plenty to excite on the horizon, a bevy of new series on the way to make 2018 one to remember. So with that being said, let us dive on in and discover six new TV shows to look forward to in the year to come.

Maniac – HBO

First up on our list is HBO’s Maniac, the highly anticipated dark comedy by director of True Detective season one, Cary Fukunaga. Boasting a cast that includes Emma Stone, Jonah Hill and Justin Theroux,
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