‘Salem’ Sneak Peek: “The Stone Child” Walks On Sunday

Last week's "Salem" pilot was a rather bewitching debut, especially if you love the manipulative tendencies of the show's main character, Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery). During the narrative's opening moments, we're on Mary's side as she essentially mortgaged her own humanity to ensure lover John Alden's (Shane West) return to Salem. Their reunion, however, is … Continue reading ‘Salem’ Sneak Peek: “The Stone Child” Walks On Sunday

‘Bettie Page Reveals All’ Bares Documentary Soul On DVD

Documentary filmmaker Mark Mori met Bettie Page through his entertainment attorney back in 1996. After reading the biography Bettie Page: The Life of a Pin-Up Legend, Mori was inspired to shoot a documentary on Page's troubled yet ultimately triumphant life. Now out on Blu-ray and DVD (it's also available as a VOD rental), Bettie Page Reveals All … Continue reading ‘Bettie Page Reveals All’ Bares Documentary Soul On DVD

‘For No Good Reason’ Delves Into Ralph Steadman’s Artistic Journey

"For No Good Reason's" main selling point as a documentary is the interaction between Johnny Depp and Ralph Steadman, the British artist who's best known for his collaboration with author Hunter S. Thompson. Steadman's expressionistic, larger than life images of an America gone mad, coupled with Thompson's gonzo journalism swagger, made for an iconic pairing. The … Continue reading ‘For No Good Reason’ Delves Into Ralph Steadman’s Artistic Journey

Kate Upton Forms Bikini Bond With ‘The Other Woman’ Co-Stars

Even though she's one of the world's top supermodels, Kate Upton must have felt a twinge of intimidation after landing a co-starring role in "The Other Woman." With Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann leading the way, Upton had to show she could bring something valuable to the table. I watched the film several weeks ago, … Continue reading Kate Upton Forms Bikini Bond With ‘The Other Woman’ Co-Stars

Kristin Cavallari & Orly Shani Talk ‘The Fabulist’ & Orange Lipstick

When you're a middle-aged sap like me, a show like "The Fabulist" is informative and, if I ever decided to look presentable in public, highly educational . Hosted by Kristin Cavallari and Orly Shani, the E! series has the pair checking out the latest trends in fashion, lifestyle, and health. The telegenic Cavallari, who received … Continue reading Kristin Cavallari & Orly Shani Talk ‘The Fabulist’ & Orange Lipstick

Taylor Kitsch Goes Fishing With ‘The Grand Seduction’

Former Friday Night Lights actor Taylor Kitsch, after starring in such high profile projects as John Carter, Battleship, and most recently Lone Survivor, will next be seen in the comedy The Grand Seduction. Kitsch plays a city slicker doctor who moves to a small fishing village for a trial residence. The townsfolk are on their … Continue reading Taylor Kitsch Goes Fishing With ‘The Grand Seduction’

Blu-Ray Review: ‘The Invisible Woman’ Is A Tale of Two Dickens

Recently released on Blu-ray, The Invisible Woman (111 minutes, Rated R) centers on the life of Ellen Ternan (Felicity Jones), an 18-year-old woman who enters a love affair with a married Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes). Directed by Fiennes, the narrative is mainly told from Ternan's point of view, as she starts off as a wide eyed … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review: ‘The Invisible Woman’ Is A Tale of Two Dickens

‘Heaven is for Real’ Journey Inspires Thomas Haden Church

Signs are supposedly everywhere, but sometimes we need a few life events to push us in certain directions. If our antennas are just tuned into to the right moment, and we will pick up certain signals which could send us off into an entirely different and unexpected direction. For Thomas Haden Church, taking part in … Continue reading ‘Heaven is for Real’ Journey Inspires Thomas Haden Church

App Friday: “Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet” Sets Sail May 1

"Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet," a free to play space adventure based on the Honor Harrington novels by David Weber, hits the App Store on May 1. The adventure has gamers playing a newly graduated tactical officer who must commandeer the HMS Havoc after most of the senior officers are killed. Throughout their journey, … Continue reading App Friday: “Tales of Honor: The Secret Fleet” Sets Sail May 1

“Blue Ruin’s” Jeremy Saulnier on Directing: “Stay True To Yourself”

Don't let the ominous photo fool you, since "Blue Ruin's" true horror lies in the tragedy that's scarred drifter Dwight Evans (Macon Blair) for life. A loner to the end, Dwight's sole mission is to seek vengeance on the man responsible for murdering his parents. Brooklyn based filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier's feature is a compelling hybrid … Continue reading “Blue Ruin’s” Jeremy Saulnier on Directing: “Stay True To Yourself”