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New Mentalist Season 7,Finale Episodes 12 & 13 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Mentalist" series finale episodes 12 and 13. Episode 12 is entitled, "Brown Shag Carpet." Episode 13 is labeled, "White Orchids," and it turns out that we're going to see the show end with some major drama as a serial killer shows up to try and ruin Patrick and Teresa's big wedding day, and more! In the new, 12th episode press release: Jane and Lisbon will decide to tie the knot, but a killer's quest for revenge may cost them their happy ending. Press release: number 2: Jane is going to agree to once again pretend to be a renowned psychic and be used as bait in an attempt to lure out a serial killer and give the FBI a chance to apprehend him. Guest stars features: Joshua Bitton (Rick Tork), Aubrey Deeker (Joe Keller), John D'Aquino (Bill Herman), Jennifer Christopher (Susan Herman
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There Will Be Something Silent But Deadly in the Air This February

The upcoming Silent But Deadly is getting ready to drop some more horrific retirement palace humor on you, and we've got the details and the artwork. Dig it!

From the Press Release

Indican Pictures announces the release of its hilarious new comedy, "Silent But Deadly," starring a Golden Globe and Emmy nominated cast. The star-studded cast includes Dawn Wells ("Gilligan’s Island"), John Tartaglia (Shrek The Musical), Lee Meriwether (Catwoman), Rip Taylor (Jackass The Movie), Bruce Vilanch ("Hollywood Squares"), Kiersten Warren ("Desperate Housewives"), and Jacqui Holland (Dead Ringer) with Martin Kove (Karate Kid) and David Proval ("The Sopranos").

“The title alone made us laugh, but when we watched the film, it not only delivered over-the-top humor but was filled with great performances! This cast possessed perfect comedic timing, and there is nothing more ridiculously funny then a bunch of old people transforming into 'Rambo-like' avengers!” said Randolph Kret, VP of Indican Pictures.
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'Hotel Arthritis' Trailer Brings Comedy and Horror

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Hotel Arthritis is an upcoming raunchy horror/comedy from Director Jason Lockhart.

There's something not quite right in the retirement home and inevitably -- somebody starts killing old people.

Watch the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release:

Hotel Arthritis - Somebody is killing Old People!

Veteran star-studded film “crosses the line” in all the right ways, pushes into controversial territory of what is wrong and funny

It's not often that one is able to see a collection of iconic stars in such a different light, but Hotel Arthritis provides just that opportunity. The film finds ways to “push the boundaries” of what is wrong and what is funny by meshing the bizarre with the fun, the old with the young, and the comedy with its horror.

Hotel Arthritis is a comedy/horror ready for its cult audience about a group of retirement
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Hotel Arthritis Trailer

Check out the official trailer for Jason Lockhart’s upcoming Hotel Arthritis movie. It is not often that one is able to see a collection of iconic stars in such a different light, but Hotel Arthritis provides just that opportunity. The film finds ways to “push the boundaries” of what is wrong and what is funny by meshing the bizarre with the fun, the old with the young, and the comedy with its horror.

Hotel Arthritis is a comedy/horror ready for its cult audience about a group of retirement home residents living in fear of a masked killer who stalks the halls of their creepy home.

“The colorful characters are what drives the film in this story. We’re meant to laugh with them and at them, both through their daily routines and alongside their nightmares.”

says director, Jason Lockhart.

Not restraining to a politically correct sense of humor,
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Check in to a New Trailer and One-Sheet for Hotel Arthritis

Hide your grandparents! Stock up on aspirin, prune juice, and Ben-Gay! The first trailer and official one-sheet for Jason Lockhart's old folks home nightmare Hotel Arthritis is finally here. Check it out!

Directed by Lockhart, who also wrote the film with Jacqui Holland, Hotel Arthritis is a horror-comedy that stars Dawn Wells (MaryAnn on "Gilligan's Island") and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q). Also featured are Lee Meriwether of Catwoman fame, Camille Saviola, Jacqui Holland, Kiersten Warren, Rip Taylor, and Bruce Vilanch.

For more visit the official Hotel Arthritis website, "like" Hotel Arthritis on Facebook, and follow Hotel Arthritis on Twitter (@HotelArthritis).

Synopsis

Senior citizens are being offed by a masked killer who stalks the halls of the small retirement community in which they live. The story opens with a terrifying murder, creating space on the waiting list for Rose to move in. Upon Rose's arrival, she is taken on a
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Mark Lashley: In Season Premiere, Workaholics Does What it Does Best

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Mark Lashley: In Season Premiere, Workaholics Does What it Does Best
I'm not going to give you a number, but I'm pretty sure I fall just outside the older end of Workaholics' target demographic. So I shouldn't be surprised that most recent comedy series aimed at the dorm room set -- Adult Swim's Loiter Squad and Workaholics' schedule-mate Tosh.0 (a show I consider borderline evil) spring to mind -- leave me more than a little cold. The real shock is that Workaholics (which debuted its double-sized third season on Comedy Central Tuesday) doesn't. Creator/stars Adam DeVine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson (along with director and recurring player Kyle Newacheck) have found a way to transcend the current state of slacker comedy by offering a sharp authorial vision, great ensemble timing, incredibly specific pop culture references and even a satirical agenda (albeit a razor-thin one).

The three leads play friends, roommates and coworkers at a fairly soulless telemarketing company,
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Mark Lashley: In Season Premiere, Workaholics Does What it Does Best

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Mark Lashley: In Season Premiere, Workaholics Does What it Does Best
I'm not going to give you a number, but I'm pretty sure I fall just outside the older end of Workaholics' target demographic. So I shouldn't be surprised that most recent comedy series aimed at the dorm room set -- Adult Swim's Loiter Squad and Workaholics' schedule-mate Tosh.0 (a show I consider borderline evil) spring to mind -- leave me more than a little cold. The real shock is that Workaholics (which debuted its double-sized third season on Comedy Central Tuesday) doesn't. Creator/stars Adam DeVine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson (along with director and recurring player Kyle Newacheck) have found a way to transcend the current state of slacker comedy by offering a sharp authorial vision, great ensemble timing, incredibly specific pop culture references and even a satirical agenda (albeit a razor-thin one).

The three leads play friends, roommates and coworkers at a fairly soulless telemarketing company,
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Horror Meets A Retirement Home in Hotel Arthritis

Not since Bubba Ho-Tep has horror graced the halls of a retirement community…unless you count that one episode in the first season of "The Walking Dead." But filmmaker Jason Lockhart is about to bring us another old folks home nightmare with Hotel Arthritis.

Directed by Lockhart, who also wrote the film with Jacqui Holland, Hotel Arthrits is a horror-comedy that stars Dawn Wells (MaryAnn on "Gilligan's Island") and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q). Also featured are Lee Meriwether of Catwoman fame, Camille Saviola, Jacqui Holland, Kiersten Warren, Rip Taylor and Bruce Vilanch.4

For more visit the official Hotel Arthritis website, "like" Hotel Arthritis on Facebook and follow Hotel Arthritis on Twitter (@HotelArthritis).

Synopsis

Senior citizens are being offed by a masked killer who stalks the halls of the small retirement community in which they live. The story opens with a terrifying murder, creating space on the waiting list for Rose to move in.
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'Desperate Housewives': Watch (almost all of) Wisteria Lane's grisly deaths -- Video

'Desperate Housewives': Watch (almost all of) Wisteria Lane's grisly deaths -- Video
Death has always been big on Wisteria Lane.

That became extremely apparent back in March, when former Desperate Housewives star Nicollette Sheridan took ABC Studios to court over the on-screen death of her character Edie Britt, who she said was killed off the show in retaliation for an incident the actress had with series creator Marc Cherry. One of the central questions during those proceedings was: Does Desperate Housewives actually kill off big characters like Edie? A chunk of ABC’s defense was spent trying to prove that, partly by including a video montage of all the characters that had been killed.
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A retirement community becomes a bloodbath in "Hotel Arthritis"

An all star cast of veteran actors including Rip Taylor (The Gong Show) & Martin Cove (The Karate Kid) come together for the side splitting horror of "Hotel Arthritis" (originally titled "The Old Folks Home"), directed by actor Jason Lockhart (Vampire Boys) in his directorial debut.

Somebody is killing old people. The weapon of choice: a secret. They are being offed by a masked killer who stalks the halls of the small retirement community in which they live. The story opens with a terrifying murder, creating space on the waiting list for Rose to move in. Upon Rose’s arrival, she is taken on a tour of the grounds by the quirky, offbeat manager: Dale. The odd and brightly colored characters continue to pop up as Fanny, her Jewish gossiping neighbor, introduces Rose to “the gang.” The routine of daily life is all stirred up at the moment. People are disappearing,
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What Movie Would You Watch One More Time if You Knew the World Was Ending?

I am actually rather surprised at how big this Rapture prediction for May 21st has gotten. The Internet is crazy with apocalyptic material, and I'm now seeing "end of the world" happy hours and barbecues being planned for tomorrow as if giant UFOs have shown up above all the major cities and we're certain either our time has come or we're expecting a visit from mystical icons, or aliens (maybe you consider Jesus to be both). I feel everyone's acting like a mix of Kiersten Warren in "Independence Day" (see above) and the unconcerned grasshopper of the Aesop fable. And…
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Warren and White set for 'Housewives'

Warren and White set for 'Housewives'
Julie White and Kiersten Warren are set to join the cast of ABC's dramedy Desperate Housewives as recurrings. Their characters will be introduced in the campy mystery series' second-season finale May 21 and are described as "pivotal" to the show's story lines next season. White's character will have a connection to Orson (Kyle MacLachlan), while Warren's character will be a wrench in Lynette (Felicity Huffman) and Tom's (Doug Savant) marriage. White most recently completed filming supporting roles in the features Michael Clayton and The Astronaut Farmer and goes into production on The Nanny Diaries next month and Michael Bay's Prime Directive in July. The actress recently won the Village Voice Obie Award for her work in the off-Broadway play The Little Dog Laughed, which also earned her a Drama Desk nomination.

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