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Interview: Jason Ritter Talks 7 Minutes (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 25 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Jason Ritter Talks 7 Minutes (Exclusive)

Hastily judging people for the actions they take, without giving much thought or consideration to the reasoning behind their decisions, can often be a problematic impulse that society has trouble contending with on a daily basis. While some of those acts are illegal and/or immoral in nature, often times can be an underlying detrimental motive that has led them to commit those unethical acts. That is certainly the case with the relatable anti-heroes in the new independent crime thriller, ’7 Minutes,’ which opens tomorrow in select theaters and on VOD and iTunes. Jason Ritter stars as one of the complicated protagonists, whose good intentions often lead him to take drastic  [ Read More ]

Solve the Case with Rookie Blue Through Season 6 iTunes Gift Card Giveaway

Nothing will ever be the same in this summer’s anticipated season of ABC’s police show, ‘Rookie Blue,’ as the officers of 15 Division continue to contend with the sins of their pasts. With the sixth season of the network’s top-rated prime-time cop drama premiering tonight at 10pm ET/9pm CT, one of the show’s producers, Entertainment One, will release each episode for purchase on all leading digital platforms the day after their broadcast premiere. To help viewers continue engaging with their favorite rookie officers digitally, the series’ television production and distribution company is offering them the chance to watch each episode online for free. In celebration of ‘Rookie Blue’s episodes being  [ Read More ]


Interview: Tiffany DeMarco Talks Anarchy Parlor (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 25 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Tiffany DeMarco Talks Anarchy Parlor (Exclusive)

Identifying and relating to the most genuine and honest qualities in a character can seemingly be the most natural process for a performer. But then effortlessly translating those characteristics to the screen, and showcasing their character’s intense emotions and deepest fears in the most authentic way possible, can be the most challenging process, especially for a relatively new entertainer. But up-and-coming actress Tiffany DeMarco not only genuinely understood the caring and curious nature of her character, Amy, in the new independent film ‘Anarchy Parlor,’ but also powerfully chronicled the protagonist’s growing fears as she begah to witness the cruel nature of the story’s villains. DeMarco’s stunning chronicling of Amy is  [ Read More ]

Delta Deep’s Self-Titled Debut Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 23 - 2015 0 Comment
Delta Deep's Self-Titled Debut Album Review

Artist: Delta Deep Album: Delta Deep Production: All songs produced by Phil Collen; mixed and mastered by Ronan McHugh; engineered by Russ Fowler, with additional engineering by Phil Collen, Ryan Williams and Rob Elfaizy; recorded at Phil’s Sweat Shop, Robert DeLeo’s Homefry Studio and Stage ONE Recording Studios; mixed at Joe’s Garage Garnering the cultural insight and intelligence to fully appreciate the various forms of pain and suffering that people have long been forced to endure, alongside life’s ultimate joys, can be a harrowing process. But effortlessly being able to acknowledge and contend with the extensive range of emotions that comes from fearlessly immersing yourself in diverse relationships and situations  [ Read More ]

Interview: Devon Downs and Kenny Gage Talk Anarchy Parlor (Exclusive)

Captivatingly showcasing the intense physical and emotional torment of the lead character is one of the most important elements of effectively frightening audiences of any horror film. Since that main character is often the protagonist who viewers often hope can escape their menacing tormenters, it’s not often that a seemingly horrific villain can begin to garner sympathy from from the audience. But that long-needed overhaul of the often predictable inspirations the diversely-motivated characters have in horror movies grippingly occurs in the new independent horror film, ‘Anarchy Parlor.’ The unique story, which is now playing in theaters and on VOD, was the creation of writers Devon Downs and Kenny Gage, who  [ Read More ]

Interview: Jessica Barth Talks Ted 2 (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 20 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Jessica Barth Talks Ted 2 (Exclusive)

Internally struggling with the question of who you truly are, and how your identity influences your most important relationships, can be a dauntingly emotional process for everyone, no matter what point you’re at in life. So mixing comedy with the existential question of who we are as people, and humanity’s inherent need to immediately define others mainly based on their personality, can be an even more harrowing process. But director-writer-producer-actor Seth MacFarlane effortlessly intertwined humor and emotional sentiments into his title character’s drive to end identity stereotypes with the help of his new wife, who’s played by Jessica Barth. in the anticipated comedy sequel ‘Ted 2,’ which is set to  [ Read More ]

The Children of Sinister 2 Celebrate Father’s Day in Bughuul Video

Parents are receiving the gift no one wants this Father’s Day weekend-a visit from Bughuul in a new teaser video from the anticipated horror sequel, ‘Sinister 2.’ The children who have fallen under the influence of the antagonist pagan deity are saying “Night Night Daddy” in the clip from the follow-up to the hit 2012 horror film, ‘Sinister.’ ‘Citadel’ director Ciarán Foy took over helming duties from Scott Derrickson, who directed the original film, which starred Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance and Fred Thompson. Derrickson stayed on board with the franchise to pen the sequel’s script with C. Robert Cargill, after the two wrote the screenplay for the first movie together.  [ Read More ]

Producers Mem Ferda and Adam J. Merrifield Releasing the Most Anticipated Thriller of 2015-K-Shop

A British kebab shop is immersing itself in binge drinking culture in the anticipated thriller, ‘K-Shop.’ The gritty, ‘Sweeney Todd’-inspired film, which was produced by Mem Ferda and Adam J. Merrifield, marks the feature film writing and directorial debuts of Dan Pringle. It stars Ziad Abaza, Scot Williams, Darren Morfitt, Reece Noi and Kristin Atherton. The following synopsis for ‘K-Shop’ has been released: After his father is killed in an altercation with drunken thugs, Salah (Ziad Abaza) finds himself struggling with the frenzied nightlife that descends upon the family kebab shop night after night. The situation reaches boiling point one night when a fight with an angry customer ends in  [ Read More ]

Blues Musician Tomás Doncker Launching South by South Orange Festival

Blues legend Tomás Doncker is helping launch the inaugural South by South Orange Festival (SOxSO) next weekend, June 26-28, in celebration of his acclaimed current record, ‘Big Apple Blues.’ The musician’s funk, soul and jazz group, The Tomás Doncker Band, will serve as the house band for the festival, which will be curated by bassist and PWI Media Entertainment CEO, Mike Griot. SOxSO was established as an opportunity to showcase the creative process behind creating music, as well as to emphasize the ways that arts, science and creativity work together to produce innovation. The festival will feature such musicians as Will Calhoun, the drummer for Living Colour; The Wailers front-man  [ Read More ]


Interview: Anton Yelchin Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 18 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview Anton Yelchin Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

The process of moving on from a painful separation can often be a daunting task that people often have difficulty with, as they naturally and uncontrollably sentimentalize the seemingly better parts of their relationship. Even when they eventually accept the fact they have to move on and form more positive and meaningful connections, burying the past can still prove to be a challenge. That internal struggle is enthrallingly presented in Anton Yelchin‘s relatable protagonist, Max, as he tries move on from his romantic relationship in the new horror comedy, ‘Burying the Ex.’ The independent movie, which will be released tomorrow in theaters and on VOD and iTunes, and is based  [ Read More ]

Interview: David Gordon Green Talks Manglehorn (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 17 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: David Gordon Green Talks Manglehorn (Exclusive)

Having a strong desire to recapture your life’s most meaningful ambitions and emotions, but not knowing how to successfully translate those aspirations into your current life and relationships, can be a daunting process for many people. But as they continuously learn from their past mistakes, and fully grasp how they can positively infuse their long-standing goals into their current relationships, their lives can dramatically improve. That powerful and all-important message is the captivating driving force in director-producer David Gordon Green’s new independent drama, ‘Manglehorn,’ which is set to be released on Friday in select theaters and on VOD. The film compellingly follows the title character as he begins to reclaim  [ Read More ]

Get to Know Charlie, Trevor, and a Girl Savannah in Romance Thriller's Exclusive Clip

Pondering the different layers of consciousness that often influence people’s ideals, actions and overall lives can be a harrowing, yet equally insightful, process as they try to find their rightful place in society. That astute journey is enthralling showcased in the heavily stylized upcoming psychological thriller, ‘Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah.’ To highlight that relatable struggle, Shockya has an exclusive clip from the crime film, titled ‘Charlie & Savannah.’ ‘Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah’ is set to premiere on Friday at the Arena Cinemas in Hollywood, before it expands to more theaters in other select cities throughout June and July. The movie stars Emily Meade, Eric Roberts, Toby  [ Read More ]

In the Dark Poster

A skeptical grad student is realizing that her deepest fears may be coming true ‘…In the Dark,’ with the release of the horror film’s official trailer, poster and stills. The assets from the independent mystery drama have been released by its production companies, Seven Oaks Films and Intimation Productions, and its writer-director, David Spaltro. The film reunites two of its main actresses, Grace Folsom and Lynn Justinger, with the filmmaker, after they appeared in his last feature, the critically acclaimed and award-winning 2012 drama, ‘Things I Don’t Understand.’ ‘…In the Dark,’ which was filmed in New York City, also features Fiona Horrigan, Catherine Cobb Ryan and Kayla Leasure. “‘…In the  [ Read More ]

Interview: Peter Cousens Talks Freedom (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 16 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Peter Cousens Talks Freedom (Exclusive)

Determinedly striving to achieve your long anticipated dreams can be a harrowing experience, particularly when you’re attempting to achieve long sought after goals that have appeared to be impossible. But the new independent musical drama ‘Freedom’ entrancingly proves that having enough perseverance to execute those goals can actually be an emotionally fulfilling experience. Australian theater, film and television actor Peter Cousens captivatingly accomplished his desire to transition into working behind the camera by making his feature film directing and producing debuts on the American drama, which was shot in Connecticut. The new helmer’s initial movie powerfully emphasizes how slaves in two different time periods in American history struggled to obtain  [ Read More ]

The Lazarus Effect Blu-ray

The alluring potential to be the first to uncover humanity’s most desirable scientific achievement-reversing the finality of death, and finally capturing the elusive and desirable fate of immortality-is an engrossing concept that has driven many diverse films. Director David Gelb’s supernatural horror thriller, ‘The Lazarus Effect,’ which is set to be released on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, not only captivatingly explores that riveting idea, but also compellingly explores the question of whether opening the gap between life and death ultimately leads to the unleashing of an indestructible evil. The film grippingly shows that while reawakening the dead is meant to reunite separated loved ones, it actually leads to the  [ Read More ]

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