The Diary of a Teenage Girl, a drama which featured a star making turn from actress Bel Powley, hits Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on January 19.
When we last left Alex Parrish and her fellow Quantico NATS, there was a whole lot of mayhem going on. Alex finally decided to turn herself in to the FBI, while presumably sending a shot Ryan off to safety, all in the greater good of revealing a second bomb might be in play. That leaves her in a very precarious position as we start this week’s episode. So let’s get to recapping Quantico. Continue reading Quantico Whodunnit, Week 9: All In, But Not All Clear
The Voice is down to the Top 11 and there were some killer performances Monday night. Let’s dig in and share some of our favorites from the latest round. Continue reading The Voice Top 11: Amy Vachal + Jordan Smith Top the Night
Since its 2013 debut, Path of Exile has grown exponentially, and the action RPG title now has over 13 million gamers that are part of its universe. Ascendancy, the game’s next expansion, is set for an early first quarter 2016 release, and players will be able to unlock up to 19 new Ascendancy classes for their respective character.
Brie Larson, who is getting tons of awards buzz for her work in Room, will be honored with the Breakthrough Performance Award at the 27th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival. The Awards Gala, which will also feature previously announced honorees Cate Blanchett, Johnny Depp, and Saoirse Ronan, takes place Saturday January 2 at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
Starting Thursday, November 26 and running through Monday, November 30, U.S. based gamers will be able to purchase Xbox One console bundles starting at $299. With Backward Compatibility for over 100 Xbox 360 titles and the lowest price points for the Xbox One, this is perfect timing to invest in the console.
Billy Ray is that rare combination of a successful screenwriter (The Hunger Games, Captain Phillips) who’s also a first rate director (Shattered Glass, Breach). His latest movie is “Secret In Their Eyes,” a topnotch thriller starring Julia Roberts and Chiwetel Ejiofor, is a remake of the Oscar winning Argentinean feature “El Secreto De Sus Ojos.” Thankfully, Ray’s version isn’t a step by step regurgitation of the film, as it manages to carve its own singular narrative.