Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett of the filmmaking collective Radio Silence are responsible for Devil’s Due, a 2014 found footage horror piece that contends with a good old-fashioned Satanic birth. 565 more words
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Friday Night Lights had arguably one of the most fantastic ensemble casts of all time. In addition, the FNL cast was HUGE. It would take forever and a half to actually catch up with all of the actors that ever had an impact on the show because there were just so many of them. 734 more words
Movies that have storylines that crash through each other are not only produced in LA, but the city does seem to be well suited to them because it’s one of the only places where strangers are not likely to have much to do with each other, therefore the theory of six degrees of separation is a bit more intriguing. 444 more words
Kiele Sanchez Was 'Grateful' for Going Back to Work After Late-Term Miscarriage: 'I Did Not Have the Option to Hide'
Deliciously dark with more twists and turns than a mountain road, ABC’s The Family has become my spring television addiction this year. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the show, it centers on the high-profile, politically-charged Warren family who’s lives are turned upside down when youngest family member Adam suddenly reappears after disappearing almost a decade ago. 851 more words
The follow up to The Purge starts 1 year after first film with the date explicitly stated but we aren’t entirely sure why this matters. After all, the only links between the 2 films are the concept of the Purge and one character who makes a very brief appearance here. 995 more words