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Comedy at its Core: Chatting with Matthew Kevin Anderson of "IMPASTOR"

From network television to hosting gigs to big-screen blockbusters, there is very little rest for the driven working actor. Vancouver-born Matthew Kevin Anderson, with almost fifty acting credits to his name, knows all about the hard work and dedication it takes to become a working actor in today’s industry. 1,406 more words

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#605 -- The Killing Game (2011)

Laura Prepon stars in this movie as Eve, a sculptor/profiler for the police. She’s been trying, for the past ten or so years, to find the man who killed her young daughter. 113 more words

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Lifetime Movie: Lethal Seduction (2015)

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Every Sunday I’ve had the same tradition since freshman year of high school and that’s watching lifetime movies. There’s something relaxing about watching these movies that have so much suspense in the beginning just to disappoint you in the end. 365 more words

A Royal Christmas: Possibly One of the Best Christmas-themed Hallmark Movies Starring Lacey Chabert

The best bad television occurs between the hours of 11AM and 4PM. Unfortunately, I’m usually otherwise engaged during this un-prime TV time. Thanks to this week’s holiday, I was able to hit The Hallmark Channel mid-day to catch a true modern classic: 891 more words

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Made For TV?

Grace of Monaco was supposed to be a brilliant piece of Oscar bait for Nicole Kidman but ended up getting so screwed up along the way that it went to small screen rather than the big one. 444 more words

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'Melrose Place' Will Be The Next Series To Get The Lifetime Tell-All Treatment

Because we all still remember exactly where we were when Kimberly ripped off her wig (my neighbor’s house), Lifetime announced that their next tell-all will be… 193 more words

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A Deadly Adoption: Good Idea, Terrible Execution (Possible Spoilers)

I look forward to LifetimeTV’s Saturday night movies and tonight was no exception…wait, tonight was a definite can’t miss movie. Who could pass up seeing Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig (playing Robert and Sara Benson) in serious roles as parents who have lost their unborn baby (second child, they already have a little girl, played by… 904 more words

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