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Silent Hill (2006)

A young girl seems to be traumatised by a childhood experience in a supposedly haunted town called Silent Hill, so her adopted mother takes her there to discover the reason for her horrific nightmares. 152 more words

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The Americans Season 5: Laurie Holden Cast as Love Interest for [Spoiler]

Laurie Holden is about to resuscitate Stan Beeman’s walking dead love life.

The actress is joining Season 5 of The Americans as a romantic interest for Noah Emmerich lovelorn G-man, TVLine has learned exclusively. 123 more words

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#ThrowbackThursday - Silent Hill

Original US release date: April 21, 2006
Production budget: $50,000,000
Worldwide gross: $97,607,453

Silent Hill holds a special place in my heart.  For one, the early installments in the video game series really captured my imagination and I remember them fondly.  1,420 more words

Horror

The Mist (2007)

A strange mist descends over a small town and a motley band of its inhabitants seek refuge in the local supermarket.

Based on a *sigh* Stephen King novella, The Mist was written for the screen and directed by Frank “The Shawshank Redemption” Darabont; his skillful eye and feel for narrative pacing means that it has a sense of quality missing from many of the myriad King adaptations. 199 more words

Film

The Original Plan For Andrea On 'The Walking Dead' Will Make Richonne Shippers Furious

Andrea was no one’s favorite character on The Walking Dead, which might explain why she was unceremoniously killed off during season three of AMC’s zombie series. 235 more words

TV

Go to the range, she said ... so I did

Laurie Holden, known for her role in (among others) The Walking Dead, is quoted for saying, “It’s a fun thing to do: Go to a shooting range with a buddy, knock off a few rounds, release stress.” 193 more words

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The X-Files Season 5

Season 4 of The X-Files was stellar television and Season 5 continues in that vein, containing fantastic episodes, good switches in tone and mixture of genres. 1,569 more words

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