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Preview: Stay Hungry (Blu-Ray)

You meet the most amazing people at the gym. The rich, aimless Craig Blake (Jeff Bridges, Hell or High Water) is about to find that out first hand in the comedy-drama… 160 more words

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'Maniac': Sally Field Joins Cast Of Emma Stone-Jonah Hill Netflix Series

Oscar winner Sally Field is set to recur opposite Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in the high-profile 10-episode Netflix series Maniac.

Maniac, written by Patrick Somerville based on the 2014 Norwegian series, revolves around the fantasy worlds of Hill and Stone’s characters. 114 more words

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LITTLE EVIL (2017)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 35 minutes

MPAA Rating: Not Rated

Directed by: Eli Craig

Written by: Eli Craig

Starring: Adam Scott, Evangeline Lilly, Sally Field, Clancy Brown, Bridgett Everett, Tyler Labine, Carla Gallo & Owen Atlas… 813 more words

Horror

LLOYD HAYNES, JOCK MAHONEY, SALLY FIELD

Lloyd Haynes attended CBS Studio Center’s acting and stunt classes. Jock Mahoney, actor/stuntman was stunt coach and later recommended Lloyd for his position. Jock starred in two western television series, The Range Rider and Yancy Derringer. 36 more words

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Faking Movies – Ep 13. Smokey and the Bandit

The thirteenth podcast episode.  In this one, Kevin takes a stab at the plot of Smokey and the Bandit.

Do you know that feeling when everyone is talking about a movie you haven’t seen? 79 more words

Comedy

Little Evil

Little Evil is not an exceptional entry into the genre, but it’s a quirky little horror-comedy hybrid that’s just clever enough. This film is of the ‘possessed child’ variety but the focus is on Gary (Adam Scott), the demon child’s stepdad. 367 more words

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Movie Review: Little Evil (2017)

Bonding with a new stepchild is difficult. Gary (Adam Scott) knows it all too well — he always assumed his new bride’s standoffish son, Lucas (Owen Atlas), would warm up after the wedding, but the little guy’s as quiet and creepy as ever. 821 more words

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