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All Saints, The Inspirational True Story Now Available on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD

John Corbett (My Big Fat Greek Wedding) stars in All Saints, the inspiring true story of salesman-turned-pastor Michael Spurlock, debuting on digital, Blu-ray and DVD December 12 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Affirm Films. Ordered to shut down a tiny church, Spurlock (Corbett), with a group of refugees from Southeast Asia, band together to risk everything to plant seeds for a future that might just save them all. All Saints also stars Cara Buono (“Stranger Things”), Myles Moore (Hot Summer Nights), Nelson Lee (“Hawaii 5-0”), Barry Corbin (No Country for Old Men), David Keith (An Officer and a Gentleman), Christian comedian Chonda Pierce and Gregory Alan Williams (Hidden Figures).

The DVD of All Saints comes with four behind-the-scenes featurettes. “Act of Faith” delves into how the church and farming community banded together to overcome the unseen. In “All Saints: The Cast & Community,” fans meet the cast, crew and the
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One Tree Hill: Chad Michael Murray Visits the Show's Iconic Bridge

Lucas Scott has returned home. Recently, Chad Michael Murray visited the iconic bridge from the opening sequence of One Tree Hill, TVInsider reports.Murray played Lucas Scott on the CW drama for six seasons before leaving in 2009. He then returned as a special guest for the show's ninth and final season in 2012. The cast also included James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Paul Johansson, Sophia Bush, Barbara Alyn Woods, Lee Norris, Moira Kelly, Barry Corbin, Antwon Tanner, and Craig Sheffer.Read More…
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Film Review: ‘All Saints’

Film Review: ‘All Saints’
All Saints” recounts an inspiring true-life story, but don’t let that keep you away. Director Steve Gomer’s well-crafted faith-based film is affecting without undue heartstring-yanking, almost entirely saccharine-free and, perhaps most impressively, not entirely predictable. Indeed, it stands a good chance of reaching out beyond its presumptive target audience and entertaining anyone who’s willing, to paraphrase the title of an album by the late George Michael, to watch without prejudice.

Much of the credit should go to top-billed John Corbett, who gives a career-highlight performance as Michael Spurlock, a hard-charging paper salesmen turned pastor of a failing Tennessee church. Taking his cue from the solid screenplay by Steve Armour, Corbett walks a fine line between selflessness and cocksureness. We’re supposed to believe that Spurlock ended his previous career after frequent clashes with what he viewed as bullheaded superiors — of course, he always knew better — and has not really dialed down his skepticism of
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Wamg Giveaway – Win Last Man Club on DVD

Last Man Club is a heartwarming, road trip adventure of four military veterans facing their later years. Stuck in a Va Hospital, Pete (Barry Corbin) asks a kind nurse to track down Eagle (Jim Mackrell), the Captain of his B-17 crew during World War II. Housebound at his son’s (Michael Massee) and facing the purgatory of a nursing home, Eagle gets a letter from Pete and embarks on a cross-country trip to reach him.

Now you can own the Last Man Club DVD. We Are Movie Geeks has Four copies to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite movie with the word ‘Last’ in the title? (mine is Last House On The Left!). It’s so easy!

Good Luck!

Official Rules:

1. You Must Be A Us Resident. Prize Will Only Be Shipped To Us Addresses. No P.O.
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Northern Exposure: A Revival? Cast Says "Something Is in the Works"

Could there be a Northern Exposure revival? Recently, the cast of the CBS TV show told the Today show that "something is in the works," The Wrap reports.The '90s dramedy followed Dr. Joel Fleischman (Rob Morrow), a New York City physician who is sent to the small town of Cicely, Alaska. The cast also includes Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Cynthia Geary, and John Corbett. The show originally ran for six seasons between 1990 and 1995.Read More…
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'Fargo': A Guide to the Show's Coen Brothers' References

'Fargo': A Guide to the Show's Coen Brothers' References
There's a moment early in the new season premiere of the FX crime drama Fargo when a parole officer recalls how he met his fiancée, a slick hustler named Nikki Swango (played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead). As the episode flashes back to Nikki at a police station, getting booked and photographed, fans of filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen might experience some deja vu. The situation, the way it's shot, and even the way the crook gets yanked around by the authorities – it's all right out of the Coens' 1987 comedy Raising Arizona.
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‘Alias’ Reunion, ‘Parks and Recreation’ Screening Party Highlight New Additions to Atx Television Festival

‘Alias’ Reunion, ‘Parks and Recreation’ Screening Party Highlight New Additions to Atx Television Festival
If you’ve been missing Sydney Bristow, better book a ticket to Austin, TX. The Atx Television Festival announced today it will be hosting an “Alias” writers’ room reunion featuring many of the show’s long-time scribes, including Ken Olin, Lawrence Trilling, Sarah Caplan, Monica Breen, Jeff Pinkner, Andre Nemec, and Josh Appelbaum.

Creator J.J. Abrams has yet to be confirmed, but additional panelists will be announced at a later date. Last year, the Atx Festival hosted a writers’ room reunion for “The O.C.” that included creator Josh Schwartz.

Also announced this afternoon was a “Parks and Recreation” community screening. For the first five seasons of the festival, the Austin-based event celebrated an Austin-based show: “Friday Night Lights.” But last year marked the final tailgate party / community screening for the beloved series, and festival programmers found a more than fitting replacement in “Parks and Recreation.”

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Designing Women Cast Will Reunite at Atx Festival 2017

Designing Women Cast Will Reunite at Atx Festival 2017
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The casts of two popular ’80s television series are reuniting at Atx Television Festival next year.

On Thursday, the Austin-based festival announced the cast and creator of CBS’ Designing Women will reunite for a special 30th anniversary panel. Stars Delta Burke, Annie Potts, Jean Smart, Gerald McRaney, Hal Holbrook and Douglas Barr will join creator and executive producer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason for the event. The festival is also planning retrospectives for Bloodworth-Thomason’s Evening Shade and Hearts Afire.

The cast of the quirky CBS comedy-drama Northern Exposure will also get together at Atx next year.
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Atx Television Festival Plans ‘Designing Women,’ ‘Northern Exposure’ Reunions

Atx Television Festival Plans ‘Designing Women,’ ‘Northern Exposure’ Reunions
The Atx Television Festival has just unveiled its first batch of panels and programming for next year’s gathering, and fans of “Designing Women” and “Northern Exposure” — and Burt Reynolds and Marilu Henner — should get their tickets now.

To mark the 30th anniversary of “Designing Women,” Atx will hold a reunion featuring creator and executive producer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, along with stars Delta Burke, Annie Potts, Jean Smart, Gerald McRaney, Hal Holbrook, and Douglas Barr. Retrospectives for Linda Bloodworth-Thomason’s other series, “Evening Shade” and “Hearts Afire,” are also on the Atx 2017 schedule, with Burt Reynolds and Marilu Henner confirmed for “Evening Shade,” and Markie Post and Leslie Jordan confirmed for “Hearts Afire.”

The “Northern Exposure” reunion will include cast members Rob Morrow, John Corbett, Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, and Darren Burrows, along with creator Joshua Brand (“The Americans”), writers Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, and network executive and producer Cheryl Bloch.

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'Designing Women,' 'Northern Exposure' Reunions Set for Atx Television Festival

The Atx Television Festival is preparing for another year of classic TV reunions.

The casts of Designing Women and Northern Exposure have signed on to appear at the sixth annual festival, set to run June 8-11 in Austin, Texas.

To mark the 30th anniversary of Designing Women, stars Delta Burke, Annie Potts, Jean Smart, Gerald McRaney, Hal Holbrook and Douglas Barr will join creator/executive producer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason. (Stars Dixie Carter and Meshach Taylor passed away in 2010 and 2014, respectively.)

The stars of Northern Exposure, including Rob Morrow, John Corbett, Barry Corbin, Janine Turner and Darren Burrows, will appear along with...
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Teaser poster for sci-fi thriller The Time War featuring Christopher Lee

A poster has arrived online for writer-director Neil Johnson’s upcoming sci-fi thriller The Time War. The film is narrated by the late British screen legend Christopher Lee in one of his final roles and also stars Tracey Birdsall (Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter) and Barry Corbin (WarGames); take a look below…

The Time War fixes on the thrilling, entertaining scenario that imagines Adolf Hitler travelling back in time and rewriting history.
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Happy 86th Birthday Clint Eastwood! Here Are His Ten Best Films

Article by Jim Batts, Dana Jung, and Tom Stockman

Happy Birthday to one of We Are Movie Geeks favorite stars. Clint Eastwood was born on this day in 1930, making him 86 years old. The actor and two-time Oscar winning director hasn’t let his age slow him down a bit. Sully, his new movie as a director, opens in September.

We posted a list in 2011 of his ten best directorial efforts Here

Clint Eastwood has appeared in 68 films in his six (!) decades as an actor, and here, according to We Are Movie Geeks, are his ten best:

Honorable Mention: Honkytonk Man

By the 1980s, Clint Eastwood was one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars. With his own production company, directorial skills, and economic clout, Eastwood was able to make smaller, more personal films. A perfect example is the underrated Honkytonk Man, which also happens to be one of Eastwood’s finest performances.
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Mindy Newell: It Doesn’t Know It’s A Game

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Joshua/Wopr: “Shall we play a game?”

David (Matthew Broderick): “Love to. How about Global Thermonuclear War.”

Joshua/Wopr: “Wouldn’t you prefer a good game of chess?”

David: “Later. Right now let’s play Global Thermonuclear War.”

Joshua/Wopr: “Fine.”

General Beringer (Barry Corbin): Mr. McKittrick, after very careful consideration, sir, I’ve come to the conclusion that your new defense system sucks.

McKittrick (Dabney Coleman): I don’t have to take that, you pig-eyed sack of shit.

General Beringer: Oh, I was hoping for something a little better than that from you, sir. A man of your education.

Officer: Sir, it’s the President.

McKittrick: What are you going to tell him?

General Beringer: That I’m ordering our bombers back to fail-safe; we might have to go through this thing after all.

David (Matthew Broderick): “Is this a game or is it real?
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Watch: Video Games Are The Latest Craze In This Vintage Behind-The-Scenes Look At 'WarGames'

In today’s climate of cannibalizing existing properties to wring out every cent possible, it’s surprising that a “WarGames” remake hasn’t happened yet (though one is certainly in development). It’s been thirty-two years since the release of the John Badham-directed Cold War and science-fiction film, and what better way to revisit it than with this vintage behind-the-scenes video via Eyes On Cinema. The 1983 film follows Matthew Broderick as a high school kid who naively hacks into the sophisticated computer system at Norad, thus nearly kicking off World War III. The cast also features a pre-“The Breakfast ClubAlly Sheedy along with character actors Dabney Coleman and Barry Corbin. Running nearly four minutes long, the featurette was originally released at the time of the film’s premiere and has short interviews with both the young leads and one with director Badham as well that pinpoints exactly why genius hacker characters.
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Avalanche casts three leads for an October shoot in Houston

Maxine Bahns (The Brothers McMullen, Cutaway, Charlie Valentine) and Aaron Farb (Powers, Kill The Messenger) have joined SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato, A Million Colours, Ugly Betty) in the lead cast of Todd L. Green’s dramatic-thriller Avalanche.

The indie feature is scheduled to begin lensing in Houston in October and tells the story of a librarian (Savante), his wife (Bahns), and her lover (Farb), who find themselves trapped in a house together and having to navigate the chaotic fallout of their indiscretions.

Writer-director Green was the recipient of a 2015 Houston Arts Alliance Individual Artist Grant and was also awarded Best Director at the 2013 Ifq Festival for Louis Grant, a seri series he co-created, produced and directed. He will be using a mostly Texas based crew and working with the local community to promote Houston as a filming location.

Savante will next be seen in the AMC mini-series
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Drive-In Dust Offs: Dead & Buried

1981 was an amazing year for horror. An American Werewolf in London. The Beyond. The Evil Dead. The Funhouse. The Howling. The list goes on and on. However, one that always seems to fall through the cracks of time and memory is Dead & Buried.

Released in May 1981, Dead & Buried did not set any box office records. This is due to the fact that it is very hard to categorize. Is it a slasher ala Friday the 13th Part 2? No, but there are some gruesome and realistic deaths courtesy of late effects whiz Stan Winston. Is it a monster movie like The Howling? Not exactly, but the movie involves transformations (of a sort). Is there a mystery to solve? Definitely, and this is what drives the story forward and through the disparate elements at play.

60’s and 70’s TV survivor James Farentino stars as Dan Gillis, Sheriff of the seaside town of Potter’s Bluff.
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There Was a Big One Tree Hill Reunion Over the Weekend: See the Epic Pics!

There Was a Big One Tree Hill Reunion Over the Weekend: See the Epic Pics!
There was a massive One Tree Hill reunion over the weekend and fans need to see the epic pics! Former co-stars Hilarie Burton, Chad Michael Murray, Tyler Hilton, Stephen Colletti, Bevin Mirskey, Antwon Tanner, Cullen Moss, Barry Corbin, Lee Norris, Colin Fickes, Kieren Hutchison, Michael May, Mike Grubbs, Vaughn Wilson and Michael Copon all reunited the other day for the EyeCon Oth event in Wilmington, N.C. Most of the Oth stars took to their social media accounts to post super-cute pics together. "Let's do this again yall!! Best fans of all time. Best friends I could ask for. Been through a lot together! #OTHfam," Hilton wrote with a fun group snapshot. Murray retweeted the...
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This "One Tree Hill" Reunion Will Make Your Dreams Come True -- Who Was Missing?!

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The "One Tree Hill" gang is back together! Tyler Hilton, Chad Michael Murray, Barry Corbin, Kieren Hutchison, Lee Norris, Hilarie Burton, Antwon Tanner and more stars from the WB drama reunited at the EyeCon "Oth" Convention in Wilmington, North Carolina on Sunday. Many of your Tree Hills favs took to Instagram to share photos from the throwback event -- and these pics will take you right back to your teenage years! "Reunion time! #OTHconvention #ReturntoTreeHill," Hutchinson captioned the pic above. "Let's do this again yall!! Best fans of all time. Best friends I could ask for. Been through a lot together! #OTHfam," Hilton added with the snapshot below. Sophia Bush, James Lafferty and Bethany Joy Lenz were noticeably absent from the reunion, but the "Chicago Pd" star took to Twitter to send a message to her former TV family. "To everyone in Nc this weekend, I wish I could split
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Windsor wins Best Narrative Feature and Rising Star Award at the Garden State Film Festival

Writer-director Porter Farrell’s coming of age drama Windsor stars Madelyn Deutch, Quinn Shepard, Nick Krause, Adam Hicks, Peyton Clark, Ian Colletti, Mackenzie Astin, Stelio Savante and Barry Corbin won Best Narrative Feature at the 13th Annual Garden State Film Festival this weekend, with Quinn Shepard the recipient of the festival’s Rising Star Award.

The Garden State Film Festival is New Jersey’s “Premier Independent Film Festival.”

Windsor tells the story of a group of high school seniors trying to make a graceful exit from their struggling, small town, and their aging mentor serves as a modern day Diogenes while he confronts his own mortality.
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