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The Doctors: The Paul McGann Years to materialise in September

Koch Media continues its deep dive into the world of Doctor Who this September with the release of The Doctors: The Paul McGann Years, a two-disc set presenting the definitive look at the era of The Eighth Doctor.

Presented by Sophie Aldred, Robert Dick and the voice of the Daleks Nicholas Briggs, the set includes six documentaries which feature in-depth interviews with Paul McGann (the Eighth Doctor), Daphne Ashbrook (Grace Holloway), Yee Jee Tso (Chang Lee), Eric Roberts (The Master), Philip Segal (Producer) and Geoffrey Sax (Director), as well as a special introduction by Nicholas Briggs and Producer Keith Barnfather.

The Doctors: The Paul McGann Years is set for release on September 2nd 2019, and joins Koch Media’s previous Doctor Who titles, all of which are available now.

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TVLine Items: Looking for Alaska Teaser, Padma's Hulu Series and More

Hulu is Looking for Alaska in the first teaser trailer for the limited series based on John Green’s novel of the same name.

Alaska follows Miles “Pudge” Halter (Charlie Plummer) “as he enrolls in boarding school to try to gain a deeper perspective on life,” per the official synopsis. “He falls in love with Alaska Young (Kristine Froseth), and finds a group of loyal friends. But after an unexpected tragedy, Miles and his close friends attempt to make sense of what they’ve been through.”

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Showtime's 'Kidding' Adds Eric Roberts, Mae Whitman to Season 2 (Exclusive)

Showtime's 'Kidding' Adds Eric Roberts, Mae Whitman to Season 2 (Exclusive)
Showtime's Kidding has added a couple of well-known guest stars to its second season.

Eric Roberts (Runaway Train, The Dark Knight) and Mae Whitman (Good Girls) will both appear on the Jim Carrey-led dramedy, which is due to return in the fall. 

Roberts will play Bernard Paley, an executive at Amazon who's looking to make an acquisition and comes into contact with the Puppet Time team. The ever-busy actor's recent credits include Class Act on Amazon, Syfy's Lost Girl and arcs on USA Network's Suits and Telemundo's La Reina del Sur.

Whitman plays Chloe, an employee at a ...
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Nicky Whelan Joins ‘Last Night in Rozzie’; ‘The Exorcism of God’ Casts Will Beinbrink, María Gabriela de Faría & More

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Nicky Whelan Joins ‘Last Night in Rozzie’; ‘The Exorcism of God’ Casts Will Beinbrink, María Gabriela de Faría & More
Hall Pass and The Wedding Ringer actress Nicky Whelan is set to play opposite Neil Brown Jr. in Last Night in Rozzie, an indie drama which is being directed by Sean Gannet. Brown, Jr. stars as Ronnie Russo, a successful but troubled attorney who returns to his Boston hometown at the request of his dying friend, years after they as children killed his abusive father and covered it up. Whelan’s character is Pattie, a single mother with a tortured past, who must decide whether to let her past dictate her present day integrity with her son. Her additional co-stars are Mike O’Malley, Kevin Chapman, and Jeremy Sisto. Joseph Stephans is producing the pic, which is being financed by Big Show Pictures. McDonough and Kris Meyer serve as executive producers. Whelan, who can next be seen opposite Bruce Willis in the action pic, Trauma Center, is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and Innovative Artists.
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‘Clinton Road’ Review

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Stars: Ace Young, Erin O’Brien, Cody Calafiore, Katie Morrison, Lauren Lavera, James DeBello, Sarah Pribis, Ice-t, Eric Roberts, Vincent Pastore, Carlos Leon, Bo Dietl, Margo Urban | Written by Derek Ross Mackay | Directed by Richard Grieco, Steve Stanulis

When a films starts with a simple narrative explaining the movie or what is about to happen, with the text showing on screen, I always have a quick smile. There’s some classic horror that has started this way and I think I mostly remember it from the begining of The Blair Witch Project. Because of that my hopes are always a little higher when I see this, for some reason I forget the dozens, possibly hundreds of movies that I’ve seen with this opening that haven’t been so great. As you’ve probably guessed, Clinton Road starts this way.

Clinton Road has three fairly well known acting names that star.
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‘Monster Island’ DVD Review

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Stars: Eric Roberts, Toshi Toda, Adrian Bouchet, Natalie Robbie, Donna Cormack Thomson, Chris Fisher, Jonathan Pienaar, Margot Wood, Andrew Dennison, Meghan Oberholzer, Ryan Kruger | Written and Directed by Mark Atkins

Syfy and mockbuster producers The Asylum are back with yet another blockbuster movie cash-in with Monster Island, their take on Godzilla: King of the Monsters… only Without Godzilla to save the day! The plots are virtually identical: in this case a deep-sea drilling expedition gone wrong uncovers a monstrous giant starfish that wrecks havoc on humanity, an awakening that is followed by even more kaiju arising and terrorising Earth – forcing a team of scientists to find the legendary creature, the Living Mountain, and get it to battle the menace.

Oh and did I mention that not only is there a giant starfish but he spews lava/magma and is probably responsible for all the worlds volcanic disasters? And we also get fire-breathing monsters,
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Dmx Reports for Duty as Detective on Set of 'Chronicle of a Serial Killer'

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Dmx is resuming his acting career, but in a role most would consider a stretch ... 'cause now he's playing Johnny Law and busting bad guys. It's called "range" in the biz.   We got this shot of Dmx on the set of the upcoming film, "Chronicle of a Serial Killer" ... and he's fully embracing the role of a cop, badge and all! It's a pretty striking image, considering X's lengthy rap sheet. The movie features Brendan
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How ‘Million Dollar Man’ Ted Dibiase Convinced Shawn Michaels to Take Non-Christian Acting Roles

How ‘Million Dollar Man’ Ted Dibiase Convinced Shawn Michaels to Take Non-Christian Acting Roles
Shawn Michaels is many things: a WWE legend, an actor, and a devout Christian. At times, a couple of those may not seem to jive together, something we asked the wrestling icon about ahead of his latest movie premiere.

In “90 Feet From Home,” which debuts Thursday night at Hollywood’s TLC Chinese Theater, Michaels plays a physically and emotionally abusive step-dad to a promising young baseball player. It’s a very un-Christian role, and Michaels had his doubts about accepting such gigs. But a fellow WWE Hall of Famer, who happens to also be an ordained minister, gave the Heartbreak Kid his blessing — and the rock-solid reasoning behind it.

“I’ve always been intrigued that, for whatever reason, when your life changes because of your faith, somehow you’re not allowed to act in a different way,” Michaels told TheWrap. “When I first got saved, I did struggle with it.
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‘Terror of Hallow’s Eve’ VOD Review

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Stars: Caleb Thomas, Jt Neal, Annie Read, Juliet Landau, Eric Roberts, Doug Jones, Sarah Lancaster, Christian Kane | Written by Ronald L. Halvas, Todd Tucker, Zack Ward | Directed by Todd Tucker

Growing up is hard and for fifteen-year-old Timmy Stevens it’s no exception. Scrawny and nerdy, he’s relentlessly tormented by the town bullies. His only escape is his love of horror and the creatures he creates. A chance run-in with his tormentors in a convenience store parking lot on Halloween leaves Timmy brutally beaten. Walking home he stumbles upon a mysterious pumpkin. Despondent from the vicious attack he escapes to his private world and begins carving the pumpkin, wishing for revenge. Unknowingly, Timmy summons the Trickster, an ancient evil, who offers to grant his wish: scare the bullies to death.

I’ll be honest, out of all the films screened at Frightfest over the years there are still some
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FrightFest Presents Review – Terror of Hallow’s Eve (2017)

Terror of Hallow’s Eve, 2017.

Directed by Todd Tucker.

Starring Caleb Thomas, Sarah Lancaster, Annie Read, Mcabe Gregg, Doug Jones, and Eric Roberts.


A bullied teenager summons the Trickster and wishes revenge on his tormentors.

If the John Carpenter-esque font of the title cards and the opening shot of three teenage girls walking down the street on their way home from school doesn’t clue you in as to where director/co-writer Todd Tucker is coming from then the neon lighting, fantastical practical effects and ominous epilogue set in a hospital rams it home, as Terror of Hallow’s Eve positively basks in every 1980s horror movie trope you can think of.

At the centre of the movie is that age-old nugget about being careful what you wish for as troubled teenager Tim (Caleb Thomas – Chase Champion) makes a wish on a pumpkin that he finds growing down
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Vivica A. Fox and Lifetime Movie Network Have Your Summer Covered With a Whole Bunch of Wrong Movies

Vivica A. Fox and Lifetime Movie Network Have Your Summer Covered With a Whole Bunch of Wrong Movies
If loving Vivica A. Fox's Lifetime movies is wrong, we don't want to be right. The Independence Day star is basically taking over Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime's sister site, in July with four new movies in the Wrong film franchise. Fox is starring in and producing four new movies coming to Lmn starting Friday, July 5 at 8 p.m. Fox previously starred in a number of Wrong movies, including The Wrong Friend, The Wrong Cruise, The Wrong Man, The Wrong Crush, The Wrong Student and The Wrong Child. Coming up, she has The Wrong Stepmother, The Wrong Boy Next Door, The Wrong Mommy and The Wrong Tutor. Jackée Harry also stars in The Wrong Tutor and Eric Roberts stars in The Wrong Mommy. Get a breakdown of...
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Movie Review – Clinton Road (2019)

Clinton Road, 2019.

Directed by Steve Stanulis and Richard Grieco.

Starring Ace Young, Katie Morrison, Cody Christopher Calafiore, Erin O’Brien, Lauren Lavera, James DeBello, Sarah Pribis, Vince Pastore, and Ice-t.


Michael is a man searching for answers about his presumed dead lover. He ventures with a sketchy group of people to the haunted location where she went missing. Things go wrong, and it’s a classic cautionary tale of leaving some mysteries alone.

“Based on a true story” is something you see in countless horror movies. Even when it stretches the truth, it still serves as a reliable way of grounding your film in some reality.

Clinton Road is another film that uses the gimmick, but it does help that the real-life equivalent to this road does come with some unusual baggage. The spooky highway in New Jersey is known for strange stories involving everything from ghosts, creatures, to even the Ku Klux Klan.
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WWE Legend Shawn Michaels Is a Bad Dad – and in a Ton of Danger – in ’90 Feet From Home’ Trailer (Exclusive Video)

WWE Legend Shawn Michaels Is a Bad Dad – and in a Ton of Danger – in ’90 Feet From Home’ Trailer (Exclusive Video)
Shawn Michaels had some iconic WWE matches with The Undertaker. In the new movie “90 Feet From Home,” the retired wrestler may end up on the gurney of an actual undertaker.

In the film’s teaser trailer, which is exclusive to TheWrap, Michaels stars as the abusive father to a retired Major League Baseball player (Adam Hampton). Hampton’s character (who is described as “troubled”) returns to rural Texas to confront — and ultimately plot to kill — his dad.

Eric Roberts, Dean Cain, Thom Hallum, Steven Michael Quezada and Alexandria DeBerry also star.

Also Read: WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels on How Wrestling Aided New Acting Career

Written and directed by Brett Bentman, “90 Feet From Home” hails from Venture Capital Productions in association with B22 Films. Tiffany McDonald is producer.

90 Feet From Home” — a reference to the length of the base paths in pro baseball, so we’re
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The Evil Inside Her Puts a Knife in a Psychotic's Hand this June 13th

There is very little else scarier than a psychotic person with a knife. In The Evil inside Her, character Vikki slowly loses her mind and lashes out at her friends. But, what is causing her madness? The Evil Inside Her released a trailer back in May, along with a movie poster. Now, the film is setting up its World Premiere for mid-June. The Evil Inside Her stars: Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), Melissa Kunnap (Rave Party Massacre), Brian Ashton Smith and Madeline Tesh. A preview of the film's upcoming launch, in North Carolina, is here. The longer story involves a hidden killer. Clayton (Roberts) drugs his victims, which leads to self-mutilation. Then, they are compelled to murder those around them, leading to a battle with psychosis. Now, Vikki (Kunnap) is his latest drug-infused puppet. But, who is Clayton's real target? The World Premiere will take place in Asheville, North Carolina.
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Asylum Entertainment Planning To Release Their Own Big Kaiju Film “Monster Island” This Summer!!

Monster Island a.k.a. Monster Bash! The lead actor is Adrian Bouchet also Natalie Robbie, Chris Fisher, Donna Cormack-Thomson — and the Monster Expert is played by Award-winning South African actor Margot Wood. Special guest stars Eric Roberts and kaiju film star Toshi Toda (Sony

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Emma Roberts' Top 10 Movie and TV Roles, Ranked

When your father is journeyman actor Eric Roberts and your aunt is Academy Award-Winner Julia Roberts, you have big shoes to fill. Despite that, Emma Roberts has carved out a very successful career for herself in both movies and television. The 28-year-old actress has been working since way back in 2001. She got her first real big break as the star of a Nickelodeon series and has since been a scene-stealer in every role she's ever scored.

From playing the daughter of a drug lord to a songwriting middle school student to a witch with an attitude, Roberts has shown the kind of versatility that can make someone a star. Here, her body of work has been narrowed down to the ten best performances of her career.
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First Look at Godzilla Mockbuster Monster Island Debuting on SyFy This Weekend [Exclusive]

Can't get out to see Godzilla: King of Monsters this weekend? Don't worry. The Asylum's Monster Island is coming to SyFy this Saturday. And it promises to bring all the Kaiju action and giant monster battles you crave. Today, we have some exclusive images from this clash of the titans. The movie was written and directed by Mark Atkins. Here's what we can expect to see.

As the world tries to stop a giant Kaiju bent on destruction more and more monsters appear - each one more terrible than the last - leaving mankind defenseless until our heroes reach out to a specialist versed in monster lore.

Directed by Mark Atkins from a script he wrote himself, Monster Island stars Toshi Toda, Eric Roberts, Chris Fisher, Adrian Bouchet, Meghan Oberholzer, Natalie Robbie and Donna Cormack. Atkins is responsible for such heavy hitting cult favorites as 6-Headed Shark Attack, Empire of the Sharks,
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More Stars Confirmed For 7th Annual Ed Asner and Friends Poker Tournament Celebrity Night

The 7th Annual Ed Asner & Friends Poker Tournament Celebrity Night brings together celebrities, friends and members of the entertainment industry for a night of fun, fame and philanthropy benefitting the new The Ed Asner Family Center, dedicated to helping differently “abled” individuals with special needs nurture and cultivate self-confidence and to embrace and support their families.

More than 400 guests are expected to attend at this year’s star-studded event which is held at the CBS Radford Studio soundstages where The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Lou Grant Show, both which starred Ed Asner, were taped.

Hosted by legendary Emmy-winning actor, comedian and autism advocate Ed Asner, who has a son and grandson on the autistic spectrum. Asner leads a long list of celebrities, sponsors, and top movie studio execs who are All-in this year including Laura Dern, Mark Hamill, Lou Diamond Phillips, Alex Trebek, Ed Begley Jr, Don Cheadle,
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Dances With Films 2019 Lineup Announced

For its 22nd year, Dances With Films returns to Los Angeles this June with an eclectic lineup of films both feature-length and short-form that span a wide range of genres.

Dances With Films 2019 will take place June 13th–23rd at the Tcl Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Horror fans attending the festival will want to keep an eye out for several genre-centric titles, including Come, Said the Night (pictured above).

You can check out the Dances With Films 2019 lineup below, and to learn more, visit the film festival's official website.

"Opening Night Film


Apple Seed

West Coast Premiere I USA, 2019, HD, 121 min.

Writer/Dir: Michael Worth

Prods: Jody Marriott Bar-Lev, Dustin Rikert, Avi Bar-Lev, Michael Worth

Cast: Rance Howard, Michael Worth, Esther Anderson, Clint Howard, Adrienne Barbeau, Robby Benson

Prince McCoy has found himself almost to the middle of age, and definitely to the end of his rope. Losing his home,
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New Doctor Who Audio Drama Pits The Eighth Doctor Against Four Masters

The 1996 Doctor Who television movie remains an intriguing footnote in the history of the franchise, bridging the gap between Classic and New Who without capturing the tone of either. Still, the movie gave us Paul McGann’s Eighth Doctor, who has become the star of many official audio dramas from Big Finish, as well as a cameo appearance in a recent Doctor Who season. This October will see the release of the new audio drama Ravenous 4, which will pit McGann against not one but four Masters in a conclusion to the Ravenous series that kicked off in April 2018.

This fascinating premise will feature Geoffrey Beever’s old-school Master, Derek Jacobi’s War Master, Michelle Gomez’s Missy, and in his first reappearance since Doctor Who: The Movie, Eric Roberts’ version of the character. The multi-Master idea, teased to an extent in the recent series with Gomez and John Simm, has
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