Philipp Meyer’s The Son to be adapted for AMC

Philipp Meyer’s The Son to be adapted for AMC

Writer Philipp Meyer joins AMC to executive produce an adaptation of his Texas-set epic The Son.

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Trailer: Nick Cave’s 20,000 Days on Earth

Trailer: Nick Cave’s 20,000 Days on Earth

The term renaissance man was coined for people like Nick Cave. Check out the trailer for his latest project, the pseudo-documentary 20,000 Days on Earth!

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Trailer: The Knick (Season 1)

Trailer: The Knick (Season 1)

Steven Soderbergh leaves the big screen for the small screen with Cinemax’s early-1900s medical drama The Knick. Did he make the right choice?

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Got a Problem? Call the “The Equalizer” [trailer]

Got a Problem?  Call the “The Equalizer” [trailer]

“The Equalizer” is a show I thought I remembered quite well from my childhood. But sitting down and actually thinking about it, I don’t remember as much as I thought I did – outside of the opening credits sequence, which had me terrified to ever ever visit New York City. But I do seem to recall that Edward Woodward played the role with...

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TV Teasers: Steven Soderbergh’s The Knick

Likely, landing in the medium that is best suited for his current working style, Steven Soderbergh’s TV series set in New York’s Knickerbocker hospital in the early 20th century. This is back when “Surgery wasn’t always science,” as the Godardian titles jump on the screen in the first promo. Tucked under the seat are several more....

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“Penny Dreadful” Trailer

Some time in the recent past, I mentioned that I may be forced to go see the inevitable shitstorm that is going to be the sequel to 300, simply for the need of a an Eva Green fix. Turns out I may get a much more pure fix simply by subscribing to Showtime. All of the creative stars are aligning for me to absolutely love this horror, mini-series starting up in...

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Blu-ray Review: The White Queen

Directors: Colin Teague, James Kent, Jamie Payne Writers: Philippa Gregory, Emma Frost, Malcolm Campbell Producer: Gina Cronk Starring: Rebecca Ferguson, Amanda Hale, Faye Marsay, Eleanor Tomlinson, Juliet Aubrey, Janet McTeer, Max Irons, James Frain, Aneurin Barnard, David Oakes MPAA Rating: 18A Running time: 580 min. Author Philippa Gregory has been writing...

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Game of Thrones Season 4 Teaser

So says Mother of Dragons, “They have a choice. They can live in my new world. Or die in their old one.” Quite simply: Shit just got real on Westeros. Or at least more real, as Game of Thrones has always been violent towards its principle characters. In Season 4, The Wildlings make their way south, and the Dragons and Freed Slave Army make their way...

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Book Review: The Who’s Who of Doctor Who

I‘m always in search of a good coffee table book. History, politics, nature, pop culture, food, beer – you name it, I’ve got a coffee table book for it. The perfect coffee table book is one that can be picked up at any time by any guest to any page and that guest will be entertained… at least for those few minutes while they’re...

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Lynch Shooting Twin Peaks Conclusion/Promo/Something.

The casting call for this is hilariously politically incorrect, as is usual for this sort of thing (see below), but are you ready for a tiny taste of Peaks after 25 years? “TWIN PEAKS PROMO. Directed by David Lynch. Shoots in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 7, 2014. Prob a 6 hour or less day. Rate is 150/8. You must live in LA to submit. I don’t think SAG...

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