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Watch an exclusive clip from A Swingers Weekend

Coinciding with its release today, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the new comedy film A Swingers Weekend; check it out here courtesy of Cleopatra Entertainment

Seemingly perfect couple Lisa and Dan plan a steamy swingers weekend. However things go wrong when a third couple drops in unexpectedly.

A Swingers Weekend is out today and features a cast that includes Mia Kirshner, Erin Karpluk, Erin Agostino, Michael Xavier, Randal Edwards, and Jonas Chernick.

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Film News Roundup: STXsurreal Sets Vr Projects for Kevin Smith, Ed Helms, Dave Bautista

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In today’s film news roundup, Stx unveils a Vr slate, “A Swingers Weekend” gets acquired and horror film “Blood Quantum” starts shooting.

Vr Slate

Stx Entertainment’s STXsurreal has unveiled an expanded Vr slate, including projects by Kevin Smith, Ed Helms, Dave Bautista and a “Mile 22” spinoff from director Peter Berg.

The slate features original short-form series that will premiere on the Surreal channel, which will launch as an app on Vr headsets in mid-2018. The channel will kick off with “The Limit,” a short-form Vr series from Robert Rodriguez with Michelle Rodriguez starring.

Helms is directing and producing comedy series “New Tricks from The Office,” centering on an aimless 30-year-old Radio Shack employee who receives a visit from a magical elf one day and learns he is destined to become the world’s greatest wizard. Helms will produce the series with Mike Falbo via their Pacific Electric Picture Co.
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‘Girlhouse’ DVD Review

Stars: Ali Cobrin, Adam Dimarco, Slaine, Alyson Bath, Elysia Rotaru, Alice Hunter, Chasty Ballesteros, Nicole Arianna Fox, Zuleyka Silver, Wesley MacInnes, Erin Agostino | Written by Nick Gordon | Directed by Jon Knautz, Trevor Matthews

Girlhouse is three parts slasher and one part home invasion movie; and introduces us to a new horror anti-hero ‘Loverboy’. It’s the directorial debut of Trevor Matthews and a feature length script first for writer Nick Gordon. University student Kylie Atkins (played by Rose Byrne’s younger look-a-like Ali Corbin) and her financial woes lead her to taking a job working in the ‘Girlhouse’. A webcam porno website/location crossed with Big Brother’s invasive camera’s in every room – so the punters can get to know the girls for who they are and, you know, fall in love with them. Naturally, her college friend is skeptical but Kylie tells her: “I’m doing this so
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‘Being Human’ Season 2 Premiere Review: New Problems Bring New Thrills

Ep. 201 Turn This Mother Out

Being Human finally returned to Syfy with its second season Monday night and it was great to get back on the ride that thrilled us a year ago. The theme this year is “Temptation is a Beast” and even though we’ve had hints of what that means for Aidan (Sam Witwer), Josh (Sammy Huntington), and Sally (Meaghan Rath), we got to see how one of our roommates will be forced into revisiting his dark side. Every character got a great moment in the premiere and was set up what the future holds for them in Season 2.

Josh & Nora

Rarely have I led off a Being Human review with Josh but what a great way to end the season premiere, with Heggeman (Terry Kinney) getting that final shot as the camera went black. We were so consumed with the revelation of Nora (Kristen Hager) turning into a werewolf,
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The Howling: Reborn (Review)

2011 - 90 mins. - Rated R

D: Joe Nimziki

C: Lindsey Shaw, Landon Liboiron, Ivana Milicevic, Erin Agostino, Kristian Hodko

A teenager, on the eve of his high school graduation, discovers that he is really a werewolf. Will he succumb to a pack that wants him to give into his animal tendencies or will he be able to control them?

Well made, well acted entry in The Howling franchise is certainly an improvement over all of the entries that followed the original, but what it lacks is distinction or anything that makes it remotely memorable, because their is a bit of a distance between the viewer & the film. Overall, this entry is entertaining as the pacing never allows for the film to lag, but the story lacks any real depth or substance. We get brief little glimpses into who the characters are, but the film fails to provide any meaningful dialogue
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Exclusive: The Howling Reborn Blu-ray Clip

Exclusive: The Howling Reborn Blu-ray Clip
We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming horror release The Howling: Reborn, which hits Blu-ray and DVD October 18, just in time for Halloween. Click on the video player below to watch a scene where Lindsey Shaw and Landon Liboiron attempt to outrun a nasty pack of werewolves.

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On the eve of his high school graduation, Will Kidman (Landon Liboiron) finally looks up from his books to catch the eye of the girl he's longed for the last four years -the mysterious Eliana Wynter (Lindsey Shaw). He's always been the shy kid, flying under the radar, but when he discovers a dark secret from his past- that he is heir to a powerful line of werewolves -- he finds he has a choice to make between succumbing to his primal nature, or turning against his own, and maintaining his humanity. In order to fight the destiny of his legacy,
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Nominees at the 26th Gemini Awards

Yesterday, the Canadian Academy released its list of nominees for the 26th Gemini Awards, the Canadian equivalent of the Emmy Awards.

Best Animated Program or Series

* Glenn Martin Dds

* Hot Wheels - Battle Force Five

* Jimmy Two Shoes

* Kids vs. Kat

* March of the Dinosaurs

Best Children's or Youth Fiction Program or Series

* Anash and the Legacy of the Sun-Rock

* Degrassi: The Next Generation

* How to be Indie

* That's So Weird

* Vacation with Derek

Best Children's or Youth Non-Fiction Program Series

* Artzooka!

* In Real Life

* Spelling Night in Canada: Canspell 2011

* Survive This

* TVOKids - Mark's Moments

Best Comedy Program or Series

* This Hour Has 22 Minutes

* Call Me Fitz

* Good Dog

* Halifax Comedy Fest 2010

* Living in Your Car

* Rick Mercer Report

Best Dramatic Mini-Series or TV Movie

* Fakers

* The Kennedys

* My Babysitter's a Vampire.

* The Pillars of the Earth

* Sleepyhead

Best Dramatic Series

* The Borgias

* Endgame

* Flashpoint

* Skins

* The Tudors
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Moonlight Reveal Lycanthropic Action In New Trailer For The Howling: Reborn

Since vampires and lycanthropes are 'still' hot property in your local multiplex of late why not give an old long-forgotten franchise a quick 21st Century reboot? Well that's certainly what first time feature writer/director Joe Nimziki is attempting to do with Moonstone Entertainment's 'The Howling: Reborn'. A new trailer has been revealed by the production company and you can view below. 'Reborn' was supposedly based as loosely as possible on Joe Dante's werewolf flick 'The Howling', the cult 80's horror flick which starred Dee Wallace and Patrick Macnee and eventually spawned 6 sequels. 'Reborn' stars 'Pretty Little Liars' Lindsey Shaw, the gorgeous Ivana Milicevic (below), Landon Liboiron, Erin Agostino, Kristian Hodko and Sean Mercado. Check the trailer below....
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'18 to Life' Season 1 On DVD On Jan. 18

CBC announced that the first season of the sitcom 18 to Life will come out on DVD on January 18, 2011. The show will also return for a second season this winter.

Tom Bellow (Michael Seater) and Jessie Hill (Stacey Farber) are two neighbours who've been living side by side since their childhood. They're both 18 years old. In the pilot, they decide to marry each other. However, their parents have reservations about this marriage and believe that it won't last.

The show also stars Erin Agostino, Alain Goulem, Angela Asher, Jesse Rath, Kaniehtiio Horn, Arielle Shiri, Peter Keleghan, Ellen David and Carl Alacchi.
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Nominations for the 2010 Gemini Awards

Today, the Canadian Academy revealed the nominees for the 25th Gemini Awards, the Canadian equivalent of the Emmy Awards. So without further ado, let's reveal those who have graced our land of television in fall 2009 and winter 2010.

1. Best Animated Program or Series:

* Glenn Martin, Dds

* Guess With Jess

* Johnny Test

* Kid Vs Kat

* Wapos Bay

2. Best Children's or Youth Fiction Program or Series:

* Degrassi: The Next Generation

* Overruled!

* Pillars of Freedom

* That's So Weird!

* Total Drama Action

3. Best Children's or Youth Non-Fiction Program or Series:

* A World of Wonders

* Canada's Super Speller

* Survive This

* Tvokids: Mark's Moments

4. Best Comedy Program or Series:

* Dan for Mayor

* Less Than Kind

* Little Mosque on the Prairie

* Pure Pwnage

* The Rick Mercer Report

5. Best Dramatic Miniseries:

* Alice

* The Phantom

* The Summit

6. Best Dramatic Series:

* Durham County

* Flashpoint

* Republic of Doyle

* Stargate Universe

* The Tudors

7. Best Music, Variety Program or Series

* 2009 Much Music Video Awards
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18 to Life: CW TV Show Planned to Return in December

Last week, The CW pulled 18 to Life after just three weeks on the air. The series was confirmed as cancelled but one of the TV show's producers says that the network hasn't given up on the series yet.

18 to Life tells the tale of two best friends who end up getting married at an early age and, to the dismay of their families. The show's cast includes Michael Seater, Stacey Farber, Alain Goulem, Angela Asher, Jesse Rath, Kaniehtiio Horn, Arielle Shiri, Peter Keleghan, Ellen David, Erin Agostino, Carl Alacchi, Samantha Moore, and Raphael Cohen-Demers.

On The CW, the show got off to a poor start in the ratings and the debut ranked in last place for the timeslot. Later installments brought fewer viewers. After last week's pair of episodes, the network decided to pull the show from the schedule, leaving six installments
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18 to Life: Canadian TV Show Cancelled by The CW But...

Tom and Jessie have their share of challenges as 18-year-old newlyweds. Unfortunately, their 18 to Life TV show has bigger problems. It's been cancelled.

18 to Life revolves around a pair of best friends who end up getting married at an early age, much to the dismay of the very different parents. The series features Michael Seater, Stacey Farber, Alain Goulem, Angela Asher, Jesse Rath, Kaniehtiio Horn, Arielle Shiri, Peter Keleghan, Ellen David, Erin Agostino, Carl Alacchi, Samantha Moore, and Raphael Cohen-Demers.

An import from Canada, 18 to Life debuted on August 3rd to just a 0.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic and only 988,000 viewers. The second episode dropped to a 0.3 rating and 846,000 total viewers. That put the pair of episodes in last place in both categories. Later episodes attracted even fewer viewers.

After Tuesday's episodes, The CW
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First look at CW’s ‘18 to Life’ CW’s show “18 to Life” have just released a handful of images from the first two episodes of the show. The show premieres on Tuesday, August 3 at 9:00 pm Est on CW. View photos from the episodes below:

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18 to Life“A Modest Proposal” Pictured: Stacey Farber as Jessie Hill, Ellen David as Judith Bellow, Michael Seater as Tom Bellow

In the first episode, Tom and Jesse announce their engagement — When an escalating game of truth-or-dare gets out of hand, 18-year-old Tom Bellow (Michael Seater) spontaneously proposes to Jessie Hill (Stacey Farber), the girl next door. Little does he realize Jessie’s up for the challenge, and the two are suddenly engaged. Though Jessie’s family seems disinterested, Tom’s is another story. Using every arsenal at their disposal, Ben (Peter Keleghan) and Judith Bellow (Ellen David) try to reverse their son’s insane decision.
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CW Acquires Canadian Comedy Series '18 to Life'

After a run this winter on CBC, a Canadian public TV network, the Canadian comedy series 18 to Life will be aired in the USA on CW, a TV network. This means that this show created by Derek Schreyer and Karen Troubetzkoy will premiere on CW on August 3 with back-to-back episodes airing from 9:00-9:30 Pm and 9:30-10:00 Pm.

Tom Bellow (Michael Seater) and Jessie Hill (Stacey Farber) have been neighbours for 12 years. At the tender age of 18 years old, they decide to say "I do" to each other. Of course, this also means that their parents will have to cope with this mariage whether they like it or not. Ben (Peter Keleghan) and Judith (Ellen David), Tom's parents, are a little bit socially conservative. Phil (Alain Goulem) and Tara (Angela Asher), Jessie's parents, are tree-huggers who like to rock out. However, when Tom and Jessie move into the attic of Tom's parents,
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‘The Bitter End’ Delivers Sweet Laughs

There's nothing particularly interesting about the building blocks of The Bitter End. It's an online sitcom that follows the lives of a few urban twentysomethings as they deal with the identity crises, professional stagnation, awkward cohabitation, and sexual frustration endemic to life as an urban twentysomething. But The Bitter End is a perfect example of execution trumping concept. It's a really funny show. The series begins as Bernard (Daniel Beirne), a nebbishy aspiring novelist, welcomes his fresh-from-rehab older brother, Les (Brent Skagford) into his apartment for what we sense will be an extended stay. Bernard takes a liking to Eden (Vanessa Matsui), a coffee shop employee and working actress whose greatest achievement is a tampon ad in which she proclaims "Because it's my life!" Bernard wants to be part of that life and it becomes clear in the first episode that his brother is going to make a habit of unintentionally hindering that quest.
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