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Paul T. Taylor, Pinhead in the New Hellraiser Movie, at the Toyman Toy Show in St. Louis November 5th

The Toyman Toy Show in St. Louis has been going strong for over 25 years now and just keeps getting bigger and better! The fun takes place seven times a year at The Machinists Hall 12365 St Charles Rock Road in Bridgeton, Mo 63044. There are over 120 vendors at the Toyman Toy Show spread out over 225 tables. all selling vintage toys, comics, dolls, diecast cars, movie memorabilia, and more as well as cosplayers and artists. It’s an unbelievable amount of fun for only $5!

The next Toyman Show is November 5th from 9:00a to 3:00p and Paul T. Taylor, ‘Pinhead’ from the new movie Hellraiser Judgement will be there! The Dallas stage and screen actor scored the role of the dark priest Pinhead, created by acclaimed horror director Clive Barker. Taylor has said in interviews that the role is a lifelong dream from heaven — (or technically, hell.). Paul T. Taylor also
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New Pinhead Actor Revealed for Hellraiser: Judgment, Cast Includes Heather Langenkamp

The eternal tormentor returns in Dimension FilmsHellraiser: Judgment, the tenth film in the franchise created by Clive Barker. With production currently underway on the project, the actor playing Pinhead has been revealed, along with the rest of the main cast, which includes an actress from another enduring horror franchise, A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Bloody Disgusting reports that Paul T. Taylor plays Pinhead in Hellraiser: Judgment. An actor with experience both on the stage and in front of the camera, Taylor has appeared in a number of films and TV shows, including Sin City, Deadroom, and Super. Hellraiser: Judgment director Gary J. Tunnicliffe told Fangoria that Taylor will bring “more than a hint of Peter Cushing and Ralph Fiennes” to the role of Pinhead.

A horror icon that has haunted generations of viewers, Pinhead was brought chillingly to life by Doug Bradley in the first eight
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Paul Taylor Replaces Doug Bradley as Pinhead For Hellraiser: Judgment

Bloody Disgusting is uncovering details about the only recently revealed Hellraiser film coming out this year. First, the most disappointing news: Doug Bradley is done doing Pinhead. Paul T. Taylor (Super, Sin City) will replace him in the titled Hellraiser: Judgement. For those hoping the series would go deeper into the mythos of the Cenobites, we are learning there will be new characters in that direction and a deeper interaction with their characters! Here's a synopsis for the plot...

“Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world. Could the Judgment awaiting the killer’s victims also be waiting for Sean?“

For fans of Hellraiser, it sounds like this installment will mark a turning point in the series.
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Sliff 2014 Review – Teacher Of The Year

Teacher Of The Year screens as part of the 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival on Saturday, November 22 at 8:30 Pm at Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre. Get ticket information here.

Writer/director Jason Strouse’s feature film debut concerning the Us education system may give credence to the old adage that “the inmates are running the asylum”. Truman High School’s a wild place thanks mostly to the oddballs and misfits making up most of the administration and faculty. The main exception being the title mentioned teacher of the year, Mitch Carter (Matt Letscher), who is also the rep for the faculty union. As a documentary crew follows him about, Mitch is at a crossroads. He’s being wooed by a private school lobbying group that’s dangling a big salary in front of him (and he’s got an adorable pre-schooler and a child on the way
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'The Voice' Recap: Live Playoffs Part 1 - Matt McAndrew, Craig Wayne Boyd And More Perform Live

Matt McAndrew, Mia Pfirrman and Craig Wayne Boyd gave standout performances in the first episode of the live playoff rounds of The Voice.

To kick off the live rounds, Carson Daly invited Adam Levine and his band, Maroon 5 to perform “Animals” before talking to coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams about their teams going into the ‘live playoffs.’

Team Blake And Team Adam Perform In Live Playoffs

Team Blake’s Taylor Brashears was the first contestant to perform in the live playoffs, and she went full country with “Long Time Gone.” Taylor impressed the judges with her fancy fiddle playing and unshakable confidence, but the song lacked any truly standout vocal moments. Pharrell complimented her on being able to keep things “fresh and interesting,” and Gwen said she sounded “beautiful” and applauded her for her comfort onstage.

Team Adam’s Chris Jamison was up next, and he
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The Voice Recap: Playoffs, Playa!

The Voice Recap: Playoffs, Playa!
‘Tis the season to be jolly, Voice fans!

No, I am not advocating the early avalanche of holiday-themed advertising in early November — or throwing subtle shade over another season of NBC’s reality singing juggernaut without social-media dingbat Christina Milian in the “Sprint Skybox.”

I am, however, stoked that We the People (Who Spend Too Much Time Watching TV, Then Subsequently Downloading and Voting), are finally free of the history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these contestants.

(Did I actually quote the Declaration of Independence to express my
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'The Voice' Recap: Knockous Part 3 - Anita Antoinette, Reagan James And More Move On To The Live Rounds

Blake Shelton was the only coach with a steal going into the final part of the knockout rounds, and he used it to take Craig Wayne Boyd to the live rounds on The Voice.

Team Blake: Allison Bray vs. Taylor Brashears

Blake paired Allison Bray and Taylor Brashears in the hopes of narrowing down his country artists. Allison came into rehearsals with Dixie Chicks’ “Sin Wagon” wearing six-inch heels, which Taylor Swift thought were hindering her performance. After taking her shoes off, per Swift’s request, Allison was able to let loose onstage.

Taylor went for a different tone, choosing “Landslide,” hoping to show off a softer side to her voice. Taylor struggled with some notes during rehearsals, and Swift encouraged her to really connect to one person in the audience to sing to.

Gwen Stefani was impressed with Allison’s stage presence, but was blown away by Taylor’s intricate vocals.
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The Voice Knockouts Recap: Swift Every Voice and Sing [Updated]

It was the best of mentors, it was the worst of injustices for The Voice‘s final set of Season 7 Knockout Rounds.

On one hand: Can we get a “hip-hip hurrah!” to celebrate the keen insight and serious commitment displayed by megastar Taylor Swift as the Knockouts mentor for all four teams? You might want to shake, shake, shake the sound of her latest, crazy-ubiquitous hit single from your eardrums, but you’ve got to admit a future Voice cycle anchored by her and Pharrell Williams might be the only way Blake Shelton will ever get to take a season off.
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The Voice Season 7 Knockout Pairings (and Song Choices) Revealed!

The Voice Season 7 Knockout Pairings (and Song Choices) Revealed!
The forecast for Monday and Tuesday’s installment of The Voice (8/7c on NBC) calls for jaw-dropping singing with a high chance of unbearable tension.

Yep, the Season 7 Knockout Rounds are nigh, and TVLine has the exclusive on who’s going head-to-head — and what each hopeful will sing.

Not only that, but we’ve got first-look photos of 12 Knockout performances in the gallery below!

Here’s the skinny:

Team Adam

Alessandro Castronova (“Next to Me” by Emile Sande) Vs. Mia Pfirrman (“Human” by Christina Perri)

Chris Jamison (“[Sittin on] the Dock of the Bay” by Otis Redding) Vs. Blessing Offor (“Your Body
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Ride My Tail Anytime: Thn’s Top Ten Movie Pilots

With Red Tails whizzing into cinemas on the 6th of June (you can read our review here), we at Thn got to thinking, who are the best cinematic pilots? Come aboard as we count down the top ten magnificent men in their flying machines (they go up tiddly up up, you know).

10. Colm Meany off of Die Hard 2 (1990)

Poor Colm, he doesn’t even get a name in this movie. His character, as well as all the others on the doomed ‘Windsor Airlines’ flight exist only to die at the hands of Col. Stuart (William Adler) in order to prove what a ruthless sod he is. Flying in from London, the devilish Stuart tricks our nameless pilot and his crew into the wrong trajectory, so they crash into the runway, which is just plane unfortunate (‘Ave’it!). We know they’re English, because his first line is ‘Dallas Approach,
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