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10 Worst Guest Stars In Doctor Who History


Doctor Who has a fine tradition of casting excellent guest stars right from the start. The black and white years were graced by high calibre thespians such as Julian Glover in The Crusade and well known actors such as Peter Butterworth as the Meddling Monk and Bernard Bresslaw as Varga the Ice Warrior. The colour years were also graced by some classy guest artists. Who could forget Philip Madoc’s Solon in The Brain of Morbius or Tony Bentley’s sublime Harrison Chase in The Seeds of Doom? Even when the show was regarded to be on its last legs, it could boast talent such as Ian Hogg, Honor Blackman, Pamela Salem and Sheila Hancock.

Since its revival, NuWho has managed to garner an even more impressive roster of talent. From Derek Jacobi’s one off Master, Hugh Bonneville’s pirate captain, Dougray Scott’s professor and Sarah Parish’s unforgettable Racnoss Queen,
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'Hateship Loveship' Trailer Starring Kristen Wiig

'Hateship Loveship' Trailer Starring Kristen Wiig
From IFC Films and director Liza Johnson comes the romantic dramedy Hateship Loveship starring Kristen Wiig, Guy Pearce and Hailee Steinfeld. Based on the short stories of Alice Munro, the plot follows a young girl who tries to set her nanny up with her father, who just happens to be a recovering drug addict. Watch the pain of new romance unfold in this first look footage before it hits select theaters on April 11.

Hateship Loveship comes to theaters April 11th, 2014 and stars Kristen Wiig, Guy Pearce, Hailee Steinfeld, Nick Nolte, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Christine Lahti, Sami Gayle, Tony Bentley. The film is directed by Liza Johnson.
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"Hours": Every Second Counts

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Sneak Peek the late Paul Walker ("The Fast and the Furious") in writer/director Eric Heisserer's upcoming thriller "Hours", opening December 13, 2013:

" 2005, during the ravages of 'Hurricane Katrina', 'Nolan' (Walker) is the father of a newborn baby.

"But what should be one of the happiest days of Nolan's life quickly spirals out of control during the wake of a hurricane that floods the hospital and causes failures in the power supply.

"Nolan faces a life-or-death situation when no one returns to help and he struggles on his own to keep his infant daughter alive inside a 'Neonatal' incubator, as minute-by-minute passes, the ventilator runs out of power and the minutes become long hours..."

Cast also includes Génesis Rodríguez, Tj Hassan, Nick Gomez, Judd Lormand, Michelle Torres, Kerry Cahill, Yohance Myles,

Natalia Safran, Elton LeBlanc, Tony Bentley, Emily D. Haley, Christopher Matthew Cook, Cynthia LeBlanc and Lena Clark.

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Film Review: Crime Thriller ‘Broken City’ Fictionalizes its Crime Without Most of its Thrill

Chicago – Rife with corruption and injustice, the setting for “Broken City” could have been picked from a litter of U.S. metropolitans. Said star Mark Wahlberg in a recent red-carpet interview with, it’s not Chicago.

Rating: 2.5/5.0

The Windy City most certainly isn’t “broken,” Wahlberg says, though he did highlight our issues with gang violence and the inner city – adding that he’s vehemently behind Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Instead, “Broken City” centers on New York City. Director Allen Hughes said in our Jan. 6, 2013 red-carpet interview – amid a mob of Chicago fans – that the backdrop of The Big Apple was chosen because it’s “modern-day Rome”.

Read Adam Fendelman’s full review of “Broken City”.

He added: “It’s emblematic of the world and represents our capitol.” Hughes says he chose the project because it’s strongly “character and narrative based”. When asked about honest politicians and whether they exist,
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Toronto Film Festival 2012: Walter Salles Working on New On The Road Cut

On the Road movie reedited for Toronto screening Based on Jack Kerouac's '50s novel, Walter Salles' Otr adaptation starring Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, and Kristen Stewart (above photo) will be screened at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. We all knew that. What we didn't know is that Tiff 2012 will unveil a new cut of the film (via indieWIRE), which premiered last spring at the Cannes Film Festival to mixed reviews. The 2hr20m drama has been downsized to approximately 125 minutes. That's an interesting development, as Otr has already been screened in several countries, with varying degrees of box-office success. [Check out the On the Road trailer. Check out Kristen Stewart On the Road poster; Garrett Hedlund On the Road poster.] Otr movie reedit hardly unique On the other hand, different cuts shown in different countries is hardly something new. Whether as a result of poor critical/box-office reception, (perceived) local sensibilities, and/or censorship, the movie you watch in, say, Canada isn't necessarily the exact same movie watched by someone in Singapore,
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Chicago – In our latest crime/thriller edition of Hookup: Film, we have 30 admit-two movie passes up for grabs to the advance Chicago screening of the Michael Mann-produced “Texas Killing Fields” starring Sam Worthington (“Avatar”)!

Texas Killing Fields” also stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chloë Grace Moretz, Jason Clarke, Corie Berkemeyer, Trenton Perez, Maureen Brennan, Tony Bentley, Becky Fly, Sheryl Lee, James Hébert, Stephen Graham, John Neisler, Annabeth Gish, Deneen Tyler and Kelvin Payton from director Ami Canaan Mann and writer Don Ferrarone. The film opens on Oct. 21, 2011 in Chicago.

To win your free pass to the advance Chicago screening of “Texas Killing Fields” courtesy of, just answer our question below. That’s it! This advance screening is on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in Chicago. Directions to enter this Hookup and win can be found beneath the graphic below.

The movie poster for
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An Actor is Inexplicably Returning for ‘The Last Exorcism 2′

Given the nature of the film, and the nature of a sequel that makes no sense given its title, the news that one of the actors from The Last Exorcism is coming back for the next installment could be considered spoiler-ish, so proceed with caution. The first film was a mixed bag that erred on the good side with strong performances from Patrick Fabian (who finally broke out of his Saved By the Bell: The College Years pigeonhole), the newcomer Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr, Tony Bentley as a calm-headed pastor, and Caleb Landry Jones and Louis Herthum in hard-wrought roles as the only family of the affected girl. The strangeness of making The Next Last Exorcism aside, especially considering the ending, Bloody Disgusting is reporting that (at least) one of these actors will be back. That actor is Ashely Bell, who was hellacious as the young woman stricken by the devil. It
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The Last Exorcism (Review)

2010 - 87 mins. - Rated PG-13

D: Daniel Stamm

C: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr, Louis Herthum, Caleb Landry Jones, Tony Bentley, John Wright Jr., Shanna Forrestall, Justin Shafer, Carol Sutton

Priest who has been doubting the relevancy of exorcism heads out to a small town farm to help a supposedly possessed teenage girl rid herself of the demons that plague her, but the priest becomes too involved with the family and in over his head.

In "The Last Exorcism" the characters involved in the film are being filmed by a documentary film crew. The film is aiming to be a realistic portrait of a series of events. Too often does the film feel hokey or unconvincing. For the most part these is no intimacy in relation to the connection between viewer and character. Again for the most part there is no immediacy to the series of events in the film as they are unfolding.
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Interview: Patrick Fabian Conducts ‘The Last Exorcism’

Chicago – His face is inviting, but his intentions are ambiguous and perhaps somewhat devious. That’s precisely the type of character that Patrick Fabian has mastered. He’s lent disarming charisma to a variety of characters, from the self-righteously scheming man of faith in “Big Love” to the flamboyantly sleazy car company executive in “Pushing Daisies.”

Though he’s been delivering memorable work in film and television since 1992, Daniel Stamm’s documentary-style horror flick “The Last Exorcism” marks Fabian’s first major film role. As Cotton Marcus, a redemption-seeking minister taping his own faux-exorcisms, Fabian goes toe-to-toe with Ashley Bell, who’s eerily convincing as the seemingly possessed farm girl, Nell Sweetzer. In light of the film’s Jan. 4 release on Blu-Ray and DVD, Fabian spoke with Hollywood Chicago about the spooky side of religion, experimenting on camera and his opinion about the film’s much-debated ending. What
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DVD and Blu-Ray Releases: January 4th - Exorcise Your Machete With A Case

Whoa, what a way to start the new year! After several weeks of desolate conditions in terms of horror title releases, the floodgate just burst open.

This is the week you may want to think about using up those giftcards and cash you got from returning your holiday presents. Major releases are vying for your greenbacks alongside re-releases in Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D (in case Santa brought you a 3D TV recently), and other more independent titles. In addition to movies, there's also a Buffy motion comic and the next volume of a vampire's diary in paperback.

The Last Exorcism (Review)

Directed by Daniel Stamm

Starring Patrick Fabian (Interview), Ashley Bell, Louis Herthum, Tony Bentley

When he arrives on the rural Louisiana farm of Louis Sweetzer, the Reverend Cotton Marcus expects to perform just another routine “exorcism” on a disturbed religious fanatic. An earnest fundamentalist, Sweetzer has contacted the charismatic preacher as a last resort,
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Horror Features Bitter Feast, The Last Exorcism and Case 39 Releasing on DVD and Blu-Ray This Week (Jan. 4th, 2011)

There are at least three major horror releases coming out this week, with Bitter Feast, The Last Exorcism and Case 39. Some will cringe at these titles, while others will jump in horrific delight. The independent feature Bitter Feast from director Joe Maggio releases January 4th on DVD and Blu-Ray. This is a tale of revenge, as one chef gives a scathing food critic and blogger his just desserts. This film will release through Dark Sky Films. Other films also release January 4th.

The Eli Roth (Hostel) produced The Last Exorcism did very well at the box office considering its meager $2 million price tag. Yet, movie critics have been ambivalent, with comments like "a nice surprise" (San Francisco Chronicle), "[the film] is thoroughly engrossing until it loses its way about three-quarters in" (USA Today), and "the film’s docu-style and credible improv acting lay the foundation for an eerie and believable horror movie" (Chicago Tribune). So,
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Eighth I Love You Phillip Morris Poster

Entertainment Weekly has premiered the latest poster for the upcoming drama I Love You Phillip Morris, which will be released in theaters on December 3. Click on the image below, which features stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor forming a unique heart:

I Love You Phillip Morris is the improbable but true story of a spectacularly charismatic conman's journey from small-town businessman to flamboyant white-collar criminal, who repeatedly finds himself in trouble with the law and on the lam, brilliantly escaping from the Texas prison system on four separate occasions - all in the name of love.

I Love You Phillip Morris comes to theaters December 3rd, 2010 and stars Jim Carrey, Ewan McGregor, Leslie Mann, Rodrigo Santoro, Ted Alderman, Nicholas Alexander, Michael Beasley, Tony Bentley. The film is directed by Glenn Ficarra, John Requa.
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Review: The Last Exorcism

This is the review for The Last Exorcism, directed by Daniel Stamm and starring Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Louis Herthum, Iris Bahr, Caleb Landry Jones and Tony Bentley. Written by Pure Movies writer Suki Ferguson. This slightly tongue-in-cheek horror takes us modern cynics at our word, and presents us with an exorcist who no more believes in demons than Richard Dawkins believes in deities. In deepest Louisiana, we meet the Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) - a genial fraud who charms believers as thoroughly as he cons them. It’s not that he’s lost faith in what he does; he simply never believed to begin with. Imagine, if you can, a handsome American version of our beloved Jeremy Kyle, working his magical bulls*** on unsuspecting Deep South hicks. You get the drift.
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Interview: Eli Roth and Daniel Stamm

Listen to an exclusive interview and podcast of Eli Roth and Daniel Stamm talking about The Last Exorcism, starring Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Louis Herthum, Iris Bahr, Caleb Landry Jones and Tony Bentley. The Last Exorcism follows Reverend Cotton Marcus as he makes a documentary designed to reveal the fraudulent nature of exorcisms. On a Lousiana farm, in the Deep South of America, Reverend Cotton meets a sixteen year old who defies his conclusions. Pure Movies catches up with Eli Roth and Daniel Stamm to talk mockumentaries, the religious backlash and The Last Exorcism.
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Quick Movie Review: “The Last Exorcism”

Seen on: August 28, 2010

The players: Director: Daniel Stamm, Writers: Huck Botko, Andrew Gurland, Cast: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr, Tony Bentley

Facts of interest: Produced by Eli Roth.

The plot: A minister trying to expose exorcism as a fraud is followed by a documentary crew while he heads out to perform one final exorcism.

Our thoughts: Yes, I finally found the time to check out Daniel Stamm’s box office hit “The Last Exorcism,” and no, the film didn’t disappoint. Okay, it didn’t exactly win me over either, but I admit I mostly enjoyed watching this low-budget horror thriller about a minister who heads to a spooky farm to perform his final exorcism.
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Exclusive: The Last Exorcism Video Interviews!

The current king of horror, Eli Roth, is back with a creepy new film! Roth, the man who brought us seminal modern day scare-fests like Hostel and Cabin Fever is now presenting a new chapter of horror with the documentary-style film The Last Exorcism, which opened last Friday.

We recently had a chance to speak with the film's producer Eli Roth as well as actors Patrick Fabian and Ashley Bell about the new film, it's scary documentary style and Bell's star-making performance. Take a look below!

Exclusive: Patrick Fabian and Ashley Bell

Exclusive: Producer Eli Roth

When he arrives on the rural Louisiana farm of Louis Sweetzer (Louis Herthum), the Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) expects to perform just another routine "exorcism" on a disturbed religious fanatic. An earnest fundamentalist, Sweetzer has contacted the charismatic preacher as a last resort, certain his teenage daughter Nell (Ashley Bell) is possessed by
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Update: Box Office Beat Down: Takers Earns the Top Spot with $20.5 Million

Weekend Box Office

1Takers$20.5 million2The Last Exorcism$20.3 million3The Expendables$9.5 million4Eat, Pray, Love$7 million5The Other Guys$6.6 million6Vampires Suck$5.3 million7Inception$5.1 million8Nanny McPhee Returns$4.7 million9The Switch$4.6 million10Piranha 3D$4.3 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10

Last week, Sylvester Stallone's testosterone-filled action movie The Expendables took siege of the box office for a second week in a row despite tough competition from new entries like Vampires Suck, Piranha 3D, Nanny McPhee Returns and The Switch. But this weekend Stallone's comeback movie was no match for the debut of the hip-hop heist flick Takers.

The movie boasts an all-star cast, which includes Paul Walker (Fast & Furious), Idris Elba(The Losers), Matt Dillon (Armored), Hayden Christensen (Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith), Michael Ealy (Miracle at St. Anna), Jay Hernandez (Quarantine), Chris Brown (Stomp the Yard), T.I. (American Gangster), and Zoe Saldana (Avatar). The movie made $9,298 on each of
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The Last Exorcism Movie Delivered Creepy,Thrilling Suspense

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The Last Exorcism movie delivered creepy,thrilling suspense. Lionsgate released their new horror,thriller flick "The Last Exorcism" into theaters this weekend. I just watched it,and thought it was excellent. The top movie critics were sort of mixed on this one,but I thought it was pretty good. It featured a lot of weird,suspenseful,creepy scenes that left me on the edge of my seat. It stars: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell,Louis Herthum,and Tony Bentley. "The Last Exorcism" revolved around Patrick Fabian's character Cotton Marcus who is a supposed Reverend that performs fake exorcisms for money. On this last trip,he decides to tape his whole experience,and reveal what he actually does to fool these people. However,this new experience is one he'll never forget. He arrives at the Louis Sweetzer (Louis Herthum) farm. The town is full of people who believe in crazy demon
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'The Last Exorcism': About that ending...

'The Last Exorcism': About that ending...
The documentary-like horror film The Last Exorcism debuted to $9.4 million on Friday. However, based solely on the reaction in my theater, I have doubts about how well the film is going to hold up in a world where reactions spread at the speed of a Twitter bird. The reason? That sudden ending. I actually dug the ending for reasons I’ll explain below, but my fellow moviegoers loudly voiced their disapproval. As soon as the end credits appeared, my audience groaned while a few individuals let out chants of “What?” and “Bulls–t!” Were people merely disappointed that the movie
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Box Office Predictions: Will Audiences Be Possessed by The Last Exorcism This Weekend?

Predicted Weekend Box Office

1The Last Exorcism$18.1 million2Takers$12.5 million3The Expendables$9.3 million4Avatar: Special Edition$8.4 million5Eat, Pray, Love$6.1 million6Vampires Suck$5.5 million7The Other Guys$5.1 million8Piranha 3D$4.9 million9Lottery Ticket$4.7 million10Inception$4.2 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10

As predicted last week, the testosterone-filled action movie The Expendables managed to stay on top of the box office charts for a second week in a row despite tough competition from new entries like Vampires Suck, Piranha 3D, Nanny McPhee Returns and The Switch. But this weekend will not be as easy for Stallone and his crew with three new movies hitting the charts including the buzz-heavy horror film The Last Exorcism, the hip-hop heist film Takers and the re-release of a little known film called ... Avatar.

Predicted to debut at number one this weekend is the new horror film from producer Eli Roth (Hostel) called The Last Exorcism. The film is getting a
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