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Interview: Scott Adkins Talks Close Range (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 22 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Scott Adkins Talks Close Range (Exclusive)

Relentlessly not giving up on your daunting targets as you strive to make a better life for you and your family can be a harrowing, but equally fulfilling, experience. Actor and martial artist Scott Adkins captivatingly proved just that with his latest action crime film, ‘Close Range,’ which is now available on VOD and iTunes, and is set to be released on Blu-ray and DVD on January 5, 2016 by XLrator Media. The movie, which reunites the performer with his ‘Undisputed’ and ‘Ninja’ director, Isaac Florentine, showcases Adkins effortlessly relying on his action experience and physicality to protect his characters’ relatives against his latest enemies. ‘Close Range’ follows Iraq war  [ Read More ]

Interview: David S. Goyer Talks The Forest (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 21 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview David S. Goyer Talks The Forest (Exclusive)

The seemingly most serene and beautiful places in the world can actually surprisingly be the epitome of the idea that looks can be deceiving. Rising with terrifying grandeur at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan, the legendary real-life Aokigahara Forest is the suspense-filled setting of the upcoming drama, ‘The Forest.’ The film is what producer David S. Goyer has described as being an elevated supernatural thriller that features characters who viewers will come to care about over the course of the story. But they ultimately become steeped in a creeping dread in a real location that initially appears be a tranquil place, but is actually associated with hauntings and  [ Read More ]

Interview: Michael Biehn Talks 24 Hour Rental (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 8 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Michael Biehn Talks 24 Hour Rental (Exclusive)

Protagonists are meant to inspire and encourage people to courageously commit noble acts, but some of television and film’s most noteworthy heroes instead garner attention for their most illogical ideas on how to improve their worlds. Some audiences balk at the inhumanity, pessimism and amorality that these anti-heroes bestow on their supporting characters. However, the new crime comedy television series, ’24 Hour Rental,’ is actually encouraging its viewers to laugh at life’s most challenging situations that those very unethical protagonists continuously face. One of the show’s ensemble cast members, Michael Biehn, is enthusiastically urging the public to welcome the series’ black comedy take that not all leaders admirably support those  [ Read More ]

Interview: Nick Sandow Talks The Wannabe (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 30 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Nick Sandow Talks The Wannabe (Exclusive)

Aspiring to follow in the professional footsteps of your hero is often believed to be an admirable goal to have, especially when you’re transitioning into a new phase of your career. But that ambition isn’t always the most commendable one to have, as your desired line of work could be illegal, unethical and dangerous, and the people you wish to emulate aren’t guaranteed to appreciate you. With the new crime drama ‘The Wannabe,’ which marks his second turn behind the camera, writer-director Nick Sandow proves that trying to mirror the achievements of those people he respects, like Martin Scorsese, who served as one of the film’s executive producer, is a  [ Read More ]

Exclusive Interview: Cliff Curtis Talks Fear the Walking Dead: Season 1 (Blu-ray and DVD Release)

Striving to find your own unique identity and beliefs as you set out to succeed in a respected world that’s been established by your peers can be both a daunting and liberating task. Accomplished New Zealand film and television actor Cliff Curtis once again proved his versatility and adaptability to creating a distinct character when he stepped into the lead male role of Travis Manawa in AMC’s new horror series, ‘Fear the Walking Dead.’ Anchor Bay Entertainment will distribute ‘Fear the Walking Dead: The Complete First Season’ on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, for a suggested retail price of $49.99 and $39.98, respectively. The home release of the show, which was  [ Read More ]

Interview: Daz Crawford Talks Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 9 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Daz Crawford Talks Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Exclusive)

Determinedly proving your worth in expanding the success of your employer’s objectives can be a mutually alluring and beneficial process for both sides. Not only does the organization’s leaders receive a dedicated worker who helps meet their goals, but the employee can also secure more responsibility and value in the company. That’s certainly the case with diverse and enthralling actor Daz Crawford, who’s currently portraying Hydra employee Kebo on ABC’s action sci-fi drama, ‘Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ The performer brings such diverse and alluring emotions and motivations to the formerly guest-starring role that the television network and studio decided to expand his character on the popular series. ‘Marvel’s Agents of  [ Read More ]

Interview: Finn Wittrock and Sarah Bolger Talk My All American

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 8 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Finn Wittrock and Sarah Bolger Talk My All American

Witnessing the powerful evolution of a true and pure love for others in a society that’s driven by increasingly egotistical desires is a humbling and rare situation. The all-important experience emphasizes the significance of embracing selfless people who are determined to serve the greater good of their community, and not continuously cater to their own needs. That noteworthy chronicling of the motivations of such remarkable people who are completely devoted to their true love, and effortlessly affect everyone they know, is grippingly presented in the sports drama, ‘My All American,’ which Clarius Entertainment is set to distribute in theaters this Friday, November 13. The biographical film, which was written and  [ Read More ]

Interview: Claire Coffee Talks Grimm Season 5

Posted by Karen Benardello On November - 1 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Claire Coffee Talks Grimm Season 5

Intriguingly working to maintain power and mystery in both your personal and professional lives can be an equally challenging and rewarding process. Veteran television actress Claire Coffee is once again proving her effortless ability to maintain control and intrigue in her portrayal of her role of former Hexenbiest Adalind Schade on the popular police procedural fantasy series, ‘Grimm.’ The one-time antagonistic character’s distinct change in motivations, including her determination to now help those she once wronged, leaves the other characters questioning if she has truly improved, a puzzle the skilled performer has also upheld for viewers in recent episodes. ‘Grimm’ returned for its fifth season on NBC last Friday, October  [ Read More ]

Interview: George Mihalka Talks 24 Hour Rental (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On October - 29 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview George Mihalka Talks 24 Hour Rental (Exclusive)

Heroes are meant to inspire and encourage people into fearlessly committing brave acts, but some of television and film’s most noteworthy protagonists instead garner attention for their most illogical ideas on how to improve their worlds. While some audiences balk at the cruelty, cynicism and amorality that these anti-heroes bestow on their supporting characters, the new crime comedy television series, ’24 Hour Rental,’ is actually encouraging its viewers to laugh at life’s most challenging situations that those very unethical protagonists continuously face. The show’s showrunner, George Mihalka, who also directed and executive produced the season, is enthusiastically urging the public to welcome the series’ black comedy take that not all  [ Read More ]

Fix My Mom with Laura Baron in Exclusive Clip for Oxygen TV's Reality Show Series Premiere

Daughters are meant to depend on their mothers for support when they need encouragement to thrive in life. But the most complex situations daughters will face can become even more problematic if they don’t have unrelenting approval from their parent. Oxygen’s new television series, ‘Fix My Mom,’ explores these complicated dynamics, as it follows five vibrant mother-daughter pairs who are pushed beyond their comfort zones. To show that these children and their parents are determined to make a final effort to salvage the relationships they hold most dear, Shockya is premiering an exclusive clip from tonight’s series premiere of ‘Fix My Mom.’ Life coach Laura Baron, who appears on the  [ Read More ]

Interview: Paul Zerdin Talks Winning America’s Got Talent Season 10

Posted by Karen Benardello On October - 2 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview Paul Zerdin Talks Winning America’s Got Talent Season 10

Unabashedly carrying out your goals and sharing your true passion with audiences across the country can be a daunting prospect to some people. But to others, it’s a gratifying experience that allows them to finally show the importance and distinct nature of their abilities. Paul Zerdin, the recently announced winner of the 10th anniversary season of NBC’s popular reality competition series, ‘America’s Got Talent,’ relatably and humbly encompassed that later liberating desire to share his skills in ventriloquism during the show’s run this summer. American viewers and the show’s four judges, including Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel, awarded Zerdin for his inventive and unique take on  [ Read More ]

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Interview: Camryn Manheim Talks Return to Sender (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On September - 29 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Camryn Manheim Talks Return to Sender (Exclusive)

Truly embracing the meaningful relationships and consequences that arise from the most critical situations in your life can be both a fulfilling and daunting experience. With her new independent thriller, ‘Return to Sender,’ Emmy Award-winning actress Camryn Manheim charmingly relishes the experience of working with a passionate cast and crew to create a daunting story about what happens when a well-meaning protagonist is pushed beyond her emotional limits. The film, which was released on Blu-ray and DVD today by RLJ Entertainment, features the intriguing actress in a supporting role to a lead character who becomes a classic anti-hero after starting to fight back against an injustice against her. Director Fouad  [ Read More ]

Exclusive Interview: Sam Trammell Talks All Mistakes Buried (31st Boston Film Festival)

Emotionally depending on someone you have sentimentally developed a deep connection with to help you maintain your happiness can take drastically different paths; it can become either a liberating process that guides you in achieving your goals, or a restrictive situation that begins to deteriorate your pride. The new independent drama, ‘All Mistakes Buried,’ which had its world premiere last night at the 31st Boston Film Festival, enthralling encompasses both experiences. Actor Sam Trammell developed captivating working relationships with the film’s director Tim McCann and producer Shaun S. Sanghani on their previous indie drama, ‘White Rabbit,’ that the trio reunited to co-write ‘All Mistakes Buried’ together. The intriguing relationships between  [ Read More ]

Interview: Lexi Atkins Talks Some Kind of Hate (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On September - 12 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Lexi Atkins Some Kind of Hate (Exclusive)

Harrowingly scaring devoted fans of the horror genre through physical and emotional scares can be a daunting task, as many people have become detached from feeling empathy for others who are contending with frightening situations. So creating an enthralling horror movie that captivatingly chronicles the problems of contemporary society in a meaningful way is no easy feat, especially for a first-time filmmaker. Actress Lexi Atkins effortlessly collaborated with Adam Egypt Mortimer, who made his feature film writing and directorial debuts on the upcoming independent horror, ‘Some Kind of Hate,’ to create realistic characters who audiences can empathize with. The movie, which is set to be released on Friday in theaters  [ Read More ]

Interview: D.J. Cotrona and Zane Holtz Talk From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series Season 2

It’s often a natural reaction for people to want to work with, and honor, the people they admire the most in their lives. But they don’t always want to embrace that dedication, or too heavily emulate their idols, either out of respect for their values, or their sudden disappointment in their recent decisions and actions. That’s one of the most intriguing and alluring aspects of the current 10-episode second season of the horror action crime show, ‘From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.’ Actors D.J. Cotrona and Zane Holtz play brothers Seth and Richie Grecko on the show, during which the characters remain loyal to each other out of respect for  [ Read More ]

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