Patrick Wilson – Conjuring Up Something Insidious
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Patrick Wilson – Conjuring Up Something Insidious

Patrick Wilson – Conjuring Up Something Insidious by Jay S. Jacobs If Patrick Wilson has been looking a little haunted lately, it is not just a coincidence.  In the last few years, Wilson and horror director James Wan (Saw, Death Sentence) have teamed up on three films in which Wilson has played a family man … Continue reading

Waifish Rooney Mara Reveals Some of Herself in Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
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Waifish Rooney Mara Reveals Some of Herself in Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

Waifish Rooney Mara Reveals Some of Herself in Ain’t Them Bodies Saints by Brad Balfour Against the backdrop of 1970s Texas Hill Country, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints tells a gothic American tale of three characters straddling various sides of the law – outlaw Bob Muldoon (Casey Affleck), his wife Ruth Guthrie (Rooney Mara), and local … Continue reading

Thunder Levin – Sharknado‘s Screenwriter Discusses Penning The SyFy Film Phenomenon While Beginning Work On Sharknado 2: The Second One, His New Indie Film, And His Science Fiction Epic TV Series!
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Thunder Levin – Sharknado‘s Screenwriter Discusses Penning The SyFy Film Phenomenon While Beginning Work On Sharknado 2: The Second One, His New Indie Film, And His Science Fiction Epic TV Series!

Thunder Levin Sharknado‘s Screenwriter Discusses Penning The SyFy Film Phenomenon While Beginning Work On Sharknado 2: The Second One, His New Indie Film, And His Science Fiction Epic TV Series! by Arlene R. Weiss The SyFy Cable Television Network is well known for its deliciously campy cheese fest of so-bad-it’s-good, made for TV, science fiction, … Continue reading

Barry Levinson – The Veteran Director Takes A Horrifying Dip Into The Bay
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Barry Levinson – The Veteran Director Takes A Horrifying Dip Into The Bay

Barry Levinson The Veteran Director Takes A Horrifying Dip Into The Bay by Brad Balfour Who would have thought that Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson – better known for Rain Man, Diner and Wag the Dog – would team up with the producers of Paranormal Activity and Insidious to make a nerve-shredding tale of a small … Continue reading

Eric Bana – Australian Actor Electrifies with Brit Spy Thriller Closed Circuit
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Eric Bana – Australian Actor Electrifies with Brit Spy Thriller Closed Circuit

Eric Bana – Australian Actor Electrifies with Brit Spy Thriller Closed Circuit by Brad Balfour Melbourne-based actor Eric Bana has played his share of heroes and villains. Initially thanks to his rugged good looks and naturally buff physique, he’s been cast as a heroic good guy in The Hulk or Munich even as a romantic … Continue reading

Our First Date with Krysta Rodriguez
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Our First Date with Krysta Rodriguez

Our First Date with Krysta Rodriguez by Jay S. Jacobs It’s something we’ve all experienced: the awkward fix-up.  Two people who don’t know each other making uncomfortable small talk, trying to get to know each other, just because someone felt they might be a good fit. They say that the best art comes from the … Continue reading

Afternoon Delight (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Afternoon Delight (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

Afternoon Delight Afternoon Delight starts out much like its lead character, trying to shake up its staid, slightly dull world with some unusual and risky dips into the dark side.  And for a good two-thirds of the movie it is rather fascinating due to this uninhibited exploration of alternative realities and sexual mores.  Then sadly, … Continue reading