6 items from 2013
Title: Delete Directed by: Steve Barron Starring: Seth Green, Kier Gilchrist, Gil Bellows, Matt Frewer, Erin Karpluk, Ryan Robbins Running time: 175 minutes (2 part miniseries), Not Rated (TV14), Available on Blu-Ray Special Features: 7 cast/crew interviews, 10 minute sneak peak of “Exploding Sun” An artificial intelligence program somehow becomes sentient and starts killing off computer hackers who have knowledge of it and have intended to destroy it. It’s up to a reporter, a young hacktivist and a FBI agent to track down a reclusive hacker on the A.I.’s hit-list in order to band together and take the program down. Imagine the cult 90′s movie Hackers, and then a what-if [ Read More ]
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Based loosely on a potential outcome technologists estimate could happen sometime in the distant future, the made-for-tv movie Delete asks what would happen if the internet and computers of today gave birth to an artificial intelligence bent on destroying mankind. Lacking the budget of The Matrix, Delete opts for the more basic approach of an entity living within computers, traffic cameras, and every other piece of technology connected by some kind of network manipulating world powers until their forced to take drastic action. What would such a scenario be, however, without a plucky young hacker (Keir Gilchrist), a hot reporter (Erin Karpluk), and a lone FBI Agent (Ryan Robbins), racing against the clock to stop the artificial intelligence from ending all of humanity?
- Lex Walker
We all know that one day computers will kill us all, or at least make us completely subservient. That is, if The Matrix trilogy, along with WarGames, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Terminator, The Lawnmower Man, Demon Seed, Tron, Virtuosity, Star Trek: The Motion Picture and countless other scare flicks are to be believed, that is. (I’m going to count Superman III, as well, because somebody has to, dammit!) Delete, Reelz’s new disaster movie that premieres tonight, proudly takes its place among this largely cheesy collection, delivering the requisite countless scenes of people clacking away — Really Intensely — at [...]
- Stacey Harrison
In case you need a guide to how Breaking Bad has used color to signal the characters’ states of mind. There’s an infographic summing up five seasons of costume design choices.
Breaking Bad: Where color matching is a common coincidence
Fox has won the bidding war over a comedy co-created by Tina Fey about a women’s college that starts accepting male students. Like with Dads, Fox has gone ahead and ordered a series. It’s the second comedy she sold in a week. Unfortunately, Fey doesn’t plan on starring on this show or the one she sold to NBC.
TV Guide argues for a second season of Whodunnit? but forgets to use the phrase “perfect summer viewing” or “reality TV always needed zombies”. I do think Celebrity Whodunnit? is an idea that could challenge the rule that adding celebrity to a show’s title means »
- Lyle Masaki
The fourth in our End of the World movie series, Delete, premiered Monday, but there are more chances to watch this week. Once again the world is in jeopardy, and this time around it's a malicious artificial intelligence that's to blame. As is the case for many of our Reelz movie events, the cast is full of familiar faces. As is often the case for familiar faces, sometimes it leaves you with that nagging “what else have I seen them in?” feeling. So here it is: our guide to what else you’ve seen them in.
The most recognizable cast member is probably Seth Green, who starred as Scott Evil in the Austin Powers trilogy and Lyle in the Italian Job. Green’s voice is probably as recognizable as his face these days because he’s the voice of Chris Griffin on Family Guy and regularly voices characters on his own animated series, »
- Mandy McAdoo
It will be a year filled with epic disasters when ReelzChannel airs the U.S. premiere of five original miniseries from Sonar's Disaster Pack collection. Catch each of the four-hour miniseries as they depict shocking end-of-the-world scenarios. The series will include include Cat. 8 starring Emmy Award nominee Matthew Modine (The Dark Knight Rises, Weeds), Ring of Fire starring Emmy Award winner Terry O’Quinn (Hawaii Five-o, Lost), Delete starring Emmy Award winner Seth Green (Family Guy), Eve of Destruction starring Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominee Treat Williams (White Collar) and Exploding Sun starring David James Elliott (Jag) and Emmy Award winner Julia Ormond.
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- reelz staff
6 items from 2013
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