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The Dark Tapes is a horrifying blend of terror and mayhem which takes the viewer on a twisted journey into the world of paranormal activity, demonic possession, and the supernatural. The cast includes a who’s-who of genre talent: Cortney Palm (Sushi Girl, Zombeavers, Death House), Brittany Underwood (Nickelodeon’s Hollywood Heights), and Emilia Ares Zorayn (Amazon’s …
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Exclusive: Los Angeles-based producer and financier behind recent Sundance feature Landline expands operations.
Effective immediately, Garcia will report to Levine and bring in projects for Route One to package and develop.
The producer arrives from his own company Blackbees Television Company where he currently serves as an executive producer on the Netflix series One Day At A Time.
Prior to Blackbees Television Company, Garcia was chief creative officer at Televisa USA where he launched the Us television studio and placed three series on TV: Devious Maids on Lifetime, Chasing Life on ABC Family, and Hollywood Heights on Nickelodeon.
Garcia served seven years as a development and creative executive at HBO. He covered The Sopranos and Six Feet Under as a creative executive before he was promoted »
In the series premiere, members of the titular Navy Seal Team are continuing their covert mission to hunt down and eliminate Muttaqi, a bin Laden-like Taliban leader in Afghanistan. Perhaps no one is more obsessed with their target than team leader Richard “Rip” Taggart (Justified‘s Walton Goggins) — so much so that when they come across a U. »
3 items from 2017
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