‘Apostle’ Review: Something Awesome This Way Comes

Gareth Evans, who garnered praise for his ambitious and tight-fisted The Raid: Redemption and The Raid 2, makes a surprising and deliriously successful left hand turn with his Apostle, a thriller which serves up a gumbo pot of influences yet thankfully serves up a unique flavor of its own.   It’s 1905, and Dan Stevens … Continue reading ‘Apostle’ Review: Something Awesome This Way Comes

Eric McCormack Talks “Will & Grace” Reunion: “It Feels Like Home Now”

  Eric McCormack sat down during last week's NBC Press Tour to talk about Will & Grace. A couple of takeaways: don't expect a ton of guests during the new season and the actor is glad to be back with his previous collaborators. Two videos of McCormack are available after the jump: Eric McCormack on … Continue reading Eric McCormack Talks “Will & Grace” Reunion: “It Feels Like Home Now”

’13 Reasons Why’ Tackles Tough but Important Topics – and that’s why it’s Must-See TV

13 Reasons Why, Netflix’s hit new show, is an impossible endeavor. Adapted from the #1 New York Times bestselling young adult novel by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why revolves around a suicide and prominently features cyberbullying and sexual assault. For many, the subject matter is deemed too weighty; for others, the “teen drama” genre is … Continue reading ’13 Reasons Why’ Tackles Tough but Important Topics – and that’s why it’s Must-See TV

Exclusive: Writer/Director Sian Heder Talks ‘Tallulah’ And Writing Process

  "As a writer, you're always an observer," says Sian Heder, an Orange Is The New Black scribe who's the director/writer of the new film Tallulah. Centering on an impulsive yet often well meaning young woman (Ellen Page is Tallulah) who steals a baby from a neglectful mother (Tammy Blanchard) at a New York Hotel, the feature is … Continue reading Exclusive: Writer/Director Sian Heder Talks ‘Tallulah’ And Writing Process

Madeline Brewer Talks “Hemlock Grove” & Binge Watching Fad

  Madeline Brewer joins the Hemlock Grove family in season two as Miranda, a sensitive soul who finds herself caught amidst the Peter (Landon Liboiron) and Roman (Bill Skarsgard) firestorm. During last week's Hemlock Grove interviews, Brewer discussed what makes the show unique. "It's very different from every other supernatural or horror and vampire show … Continue reading Madeline Brewer Talks “Hemlock Grove” & Binge Watching Fad

Hemlock Grove’s Bill Skarsgard Follows Roman Into The Dark

Season two of Hemlock Grove is now available on Netflix, as the complex (and currently contentious) relationship between Roman (Bill Skarsgard) and Peter (Landon Liboiron) continues. The first episode has Peter asking Roman for $20,000 to hire an attorney for his currently in jail mother (The Conjuring's Lili Taylor), but Peter's request is rebuffed. As … Continue reading Hemlock Grove’s Bill Skarsgard Follows Roman Into The Dark

‘Hemlock Grove’ Continues Cinematic Groove With Netflix

One of the many impressive facets of Hemlock Grove lies in its unique vision of a morally compromised universe filled with what some may describe as creatures of the night. But monsters, as well as humans, take shape in many different forms and sizes. My favorite tag line for this year's Hemlock Grove is that  … Continue reading ‘Hemlock Grove’ Continues Cinematic Groove With Netflix