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Interview: Liv Ullmann Talks Miss Julie (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 15 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Liv Ullmann Talks Miss Julie (Exclusive)

Overcoming challenging adversities to fully realize and achieve your goals and find fulfillment can often become a daunting experience for many people to overcome. Academy Award-nominated actress Liv Ullmann made her triumphant return as a writer and director with the new drama, ‘Miss Julie,’ after last helming effort, the romantic drama, ‘Faithless,’ was released in 2000. ‘Miss Julie,’ which is based on August Strindberg’s 1888 play, captivatedly allowed Ullmann to fully infuse her adaptation with her relatable views about the ever-changing dynamics between classes in society in the independent film that was filmed entirely in 28 days. The drama also grippingly chronicles how both men and women can uninhibtedly capture  [ Read More ]

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The life of a big-time composer can be stressful, since they’re one of the last key components to piecing together a movie or television show. To say that they feel the time crunch when they insert their music is an understatement. A piece of music can be incredibly impactful and in some ways makes or breaks the mood of a scene. Composers are vital in helping create a movie, and they should never be taken for granted. Christopher Lennertz has been working as a professional composer in the film and television industry for years, contributing his talent through various works. With the way his schedule has been piling up, one  [ Read More ]

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Interview: Lindy Booth Talks The Librarians (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 8 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview-Lindy Booth Talks The Librarians

Trying to recognize and value your own self-worth and realizing that your true personality leaves a meaningful impact on the people and situations around you can be a challenge, especially when you think your impressive talents are alienating you from the rest of society. That continuous internal struggle is grippingly chronicled in the new adventure television series, ‘The Librarians,’ which is currently airing on Sunday nights at 8/7c on TNT, particularly through the gripping performance given by Lindy Booth. The actress portrays the highly intelligent Cassandra, who has rebuffed her gift of synesthesia (the ability to link all five senses to her memory). Cassandra’s disdain for her gift rose after  [ Read More ]

Interview: Rebecca Romijn Talks The Librarians

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 7 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Rebecca Romijn Talks The Librarians

Struggling to contend with drastically shocking situations that you never expected, or are unprepared, to encounter in your life can be a life-defining moment many people face as they strive to find their true meaning and purpose. That difficult endeavor is a prevalent theme throughout tonight’s series premiere of the adventure drama, ‘The Librarians,’ which debuts at 8:00 pm Eastern/Pacific on TNT. The show, which is based on the network’s original film trilogy, ‘The Librarian,’ that stared Noah Wyle in the title role, shifts the focus of the franchise to Colonel Eve Baird. The NATO counter-terrorism agent, who’s played by Rebecca Romijn, is a skeptic of magic; she’s trying to  [ Read More ]

Interview: Wes Bentley Talks Pioneer (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 3 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Wes Bentley Talks Pioneer (Exclusive)

Often times, the most exhilarating way to effectively tell an intriguing story that’s set against captivating stunts is to feature an enthralling protagonist who’s relentlessly searching for a truth, which threatens their ability to understand their actual reality. That chilling fine line between the hero completely giving into their paranoia, and their ability to discover the true conspiracy, is also often highlighted in their interactions with a number of potential antagonists. The protagonist’s persistent quest to uncover the true moral and ethical dilemmas during the Norwegian Oil Boom 30 years ago is intriguingly presented in Norwegian co-writer-director Erik Skjoldbjaerg’s new thriller, ‘Pioneer.’ The filmmaker worked with Norwegian actor Aksel Hennie,  [ Read More ]

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Interview: Jen and Sylvia Soska Talk See No Evil 2 (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 26 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Jen and Sylvia Soska Talk See No Evil 2 (Exclusive)

Fearlessly pursuing your highest aspirations in an effort to fulfill your true desires and define your personality can be an ever-increasing daunting task. The new horror film ‘See No Evil 2,’ which is now available on VOD, Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD, effortlessly showcases the natural filmmaking skills of co-directors Jen and Sylvia Soska, as they set out to prove their distinctive story-telling talents. The twin helmers passionately stop at nothing to incorporate their unique goals and personalities into their movies, which brilliantly allowed the series’ murderous antagonist, Jacob Goodnight, to terrifyingly indulge in his need for revenge. ‘See No Evil 2,’ which is set later on the same night  [ Read More ]

Interview: Leigh Whannell Talks The Mule (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 24 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Leigh Whannell Talks The Mule

Collaborating with a long-time close friend on a project, and compassionately discovering along the way how much you truly care about the other person, is a powerful way to determine who the most important people in your life are, and how far you would go to protect and support them. Leigh Whannell, who co-starred, co-wrote and co-produced his new independent Australian drama, ‘The Mule,’ with his fellow ‘Insidious‘ actor, Angus Sampson, perfectly embraced each other’s vision and ideas for their latest film. Their natural understanding of each other’s ideas and work ethic effortlessly shifted onto the screen in the crime film, which is now playing in theaters and on VOD  [ Read More ]

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Interview: Angus Sampson Talks The Mule (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 24 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Angus Sampson Talks The Mule (Exclusive)

Struggling to find your place in the world and the best way to convey your identity so that people truly understand and appreciate you can be a challenging task. Australian actor Angus Sampson, who’s known to American audiences for his portrayal of Tucker in the ‘Insidious’ film trilogy, powerfully showcased his full versatility and personality with his debut feature film writing, directing and producing effort, the crime drama ‘The Mule.’ The filmmaker and actor, who co-wrote and co-starred with one of his fellow ‘Insidious’ performers, Leigh Whannell, in ‘The Mule’ proved that naturally incorporating humor and relatability into a serious subject such as drug smuggling can help audiences truly comprehend  [ Read More ]

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Interview: Katharine Isabelle Talks See No Evil 2

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 23 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Katharine Isabelle Talks See No Evil 2

Commandingly portraying a powerful protagonist who isn’t afraid to go after what they want, regardless of the harrowing consequences they may face, can be a challenge for actors, particularly when the character is susceptible to vulnerabilities throughout an intense horror film. But versatile actress Katharine Isabelle once again proved her talent of effortlessly showing a determined victim’s strengths and will to survive in ‘See No Evil 2,’ her latest horror collaboration with twin directors, Jen and Sylvia Soska. The actress and filmmakers, who previously collaborated on last year’s gripping horror crime drama, ‘American Mary,’ reunited to once again prove that when a compelling and dynamic female character sets out to  [ Read More ]

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This is the week a lot of Marvel movie universe fans have been waiting for, and that’s the Digital HD release of James Gunn’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’ While many of you are beginning to salivate at the mere thought of watching the hit summer movie at least twenty times over, let’s walk through some of the cool bonus feature pieces that are to be found. There’s a lot of highlights fans can find from the bonus features, but one of those that many are talking about is the 8-bit transitional points. The pixelated version of director James Gunn walks and flies around each scene, bringing viewers through various points  [ Read More ]

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Interview with Comedian Maria Bamford

Posted by Laura Gaddy On November - 21 - 2014 0 Comment
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Maria Bamford appeared last week at Nerdmelt in Los Angeles as part of a special Picture This! comedy event which features comics performing while illustrators and artists animate to their routines on a screen live. Picture This! was created Brandie Posey and Sam Varelaby. This edition spotlighted the Comedy Central show Brickleberry and had comedy voice talents John DiMaggio (Futurama, Adventure Time) who plays Duke and Jerry Minor (SNL, Anchorman) who plays Denzel, put their skills on display along with animators from the show. Bamford is a renowned stand-up comedian and has appeared on Comedy Central specials and shows like Arrested Development as well as being featured as a voice  [ Read More ]

Interview: Glenn ‘Kane’ Jacobs Talks See No Evil 2

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 17 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Glenn 'Kane' Jacobs Talks See No Evil 2

People often overlook the all-important resiliency of those who appear not to have the determination to achieve what they want in life. Jacob Goodnight, the brutal mass murderer in the 2006 slasher film, ‘See No Evil,’ was driven to commit his heinous crimes from the manipulations of his mother. But the criminal proved his emotional resolve in going after what he truly wants in the horror movie’s new sequel, ‘See No Evil 2,’ which is now available On Demand, Digital HD, Blu-Ray and DVD. WWE wrestler Glenn ‘Kane’ Jacobs, who reprised the role of the ruthless killer from the original film, also showcased his emotional versatility in the follow-up, which  [ Read More ]

Interview: Zeke and Simon Hawkins Talk Bad Turn Worse

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 16 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Zeke and Simon Hawkins Talk Bad Turn Worse

Taking a strong and unwavering stance on an important issue, no matter what challenges you’re forced to endure as a result, is a crucial moment that powerfully defines your character and the rest of your life. Brothers Zeke and Simon Hawkins made such a critical decision when they rightfully decided to co-helm their first feature film together, the crime thriller ‘Bad Turn Worse,’ which is now playing in theaters and On Demand. The coming-of-age drama, which marks the feature film writing debut of scribe Dutch Southern, enthralling chronicles the life-altering decisions three young friends must make when they inadvertently find themselves involved in a crime. The story also entrancingly emphasizes  [ Read More ]

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Interview: Lin Shaye Talks Grace: The Possession

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 15 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Lin Shaye Talks Grace: The Possession

Grippingly showcasing an unwavering conservative character, who initially appears to be the punishing villain through the eyes of the innocent, young protagonist, can be a challenge for a beloved performer previously known for her well-meaning characters. But actress Lin Shaye, who in recent years has garnered fame for her role of paranormal investigators Elise Reiner in the ‘Insidious’ film series, enthrallingly proved her versatility as the religiously traditional Helen in the new horror film, ‘Grace: The Possession.’ In the horror thriller, which is told through the point-of-view of Helen’s granddaughter, Grace, Shaye’s character is chillingly presented as the main antagonist, until they realize a more sinister force is overtaking the  [ Read More ]

Jon Stewart and Maziar Bahari Talk Rosewater

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 14 - 2014 0 Comment
Jon Stewart and Maziar Bahari Talk Rosewater

Bravely refusing to allow aggressive political leaders abrasively dictate the actions you take, as you strongly support people’s right to choose, is an admirable trait not everyone possesses. But when a person defies intimidation, and willingly puts their life on the line to support those freedoms, a much needed revolution that progresses those liberties is often the result. That courageous struggle is admirably showcased in the new biographical drama, ‘Rosewater.’ The film is is based on the true story of how journalist Maziar Bahari relentlessly reported the violation of Iranian citizens’ right to vote in 2009, even though his actions led him to be imprisoned and beaten by authorities for  [ Read More ]

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