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Aliens 30th Anniversary Edition

James Cameron's superb spacemen vs. monsters siege battle epic is back in a reissue with an extra collector goodie or two, still looking good on Blu-ray for its 30th Anniversary. And that heroine Ripley is still the most combat-worthy space cadet in the galaxy. Aliens 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Fox Home Entertainment 1986 / Color / 2:35 1:85 widescreen 1:37 flat full frame / 137, 154 min. / Street Date September 13, 2016 / 24.99 Starring Sigourney Weaver, Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, Bill Paxton, William Hope, Jenette Goldstein, Al Matthews, Mark Rolston, Ricco Ross, Colette Hiller, Daniel Kash, Cynthia Scott. Cinematography Adrian Biddle Film Editor Ray Lovejoy Original Music James Horner Written by James Cameron, story by Cameron, David Giler, Walter Hill from characters by Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett Produced by Gale Ann Hurd Directed by James Cameron

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

I know I'm in a minority when I confess that I had little use
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12 Monkeys Season 2 Episode 10 Review: Fatherland

Ramse can be irritating, sure, but at least this mission turned out to be worthwhile.

I am sure I'm not the only Monkeys' fan waiting patiently to learn Olivia's origin story. Man, did 12 Monkeys Season 2 Episode 10 deliver a fascinating timey-wimey tale for the Tall Man's little sister. It was simultaneously heartbreaking and unpredictable. 

With the coordinates to Titan ripped from the map, will Ramse go after the Witness alone? He better not kill anyone breaking out of the facility.

It was clear this was going to be another fast-paced installment. We learned on 12 Monkeys Season 2 Episode 9 that a German doctor "supposedly" knew the whereabouts of the Witness.

Well, this episode hit the ground running in Berlin 2016. That said, in true Monkeys fashion, Olivia was the last person I expected to see there. What was her connection to the mysterious doctor and that lab? We got the Tall Man's story, so
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Aliens: the brilliance of Lance Henriksen’s Bishop

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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Aliens, we look at one of its very best performances - Lance Henriksen’s gentle android, Bishop...

When cinema-goers queued up to see Aliens in 1986, seven years had already passed since its predecessor, Alien. While a follow-up to the 79 hit had been discussed at Fox for years, it took James Cameron to finally bring it to fruition - and it’s fair to say that he created something far more than a typical sequel of the era.

Where franchises like Halloween, Friday The 13th and A Nightmare On Elm Street largely followed the template established by the first film, Cameron attempted something vastly more ambitious: a continuation and expansion of Ridley Scott’s classic, a second chapter in its resourceful heroine Ripley’s story - one where she’s transformed from traumatised survivor to avenging warrior.

Much has been written about the brilliance of Aliens,
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Crypticon Minneapolis 2015 Guests Include Michael Biehn, Lance Henriksen, Kane Hodder

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The slayer of Xenomorphs, summoner of Pumpkinhead, and killer of Crystal Lake are coming to Minnesota this weekend for the 10th Annual Crypticon Minneapolis. Featured guests include Michael Biehn, Lance Henriksen, Kane Hodder, and many more, along with a packed three-day schedule that aims to please attendees of "The Nightmare Before Halloween."

Officially kicking off this Friday night (following a special Thursday night screening of Harbinger Down, complete with a Lance Henricksen and Alec Gillis Q&A), Crypticon Minneapolis runs from October 23rd–25th at the Ramada Bloomington. Other special guests include Doug Jones, William Forsythe, Suzanna Leigh, Leslie Easterbrook, Gigi Edgley, David Naughton, and more.

Below, we have the complete Crypticon Minneapolis schedule (via Facebook). If you're heading to Crypticon, make sure to send us an email at Contact@DailyDead.com and we can catch up at the event. To learn more, visit:

http://www.crypticonminneapolis.com/index.html

"Friday Night Events!
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Thn Interview: Daniel Kash Star Of ‘Aliens’ And ‘Orphan Black’

As part of our London Film and Comic Con coverage we managed to have a brief but interesting interview with actor Daniel Kash. Whilst the name might not be familiar to everyone you will know him from various projects including Aliens, Mama, Hannibal and the brilliant Orphan Black. Being big fans of both Aliens and Orphan Black we seized the chance to talk with a man who has been part of both. Here’s what he had to say.

How was it working with Tatiana on Orphan Black?

She’s fantastic. As a fan you forget that she’s just one person and as another actor working with her you can’t imagine she’s anyone else other than the character you’re working with. I filmed with two of the characters at once, they film those sort of scenes with body doubles and they’re fantastic at it. She (Tatiana) is a future superstar.
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It's Decision Time in these Photos and Promo for Hannibal Episode 2.12 - Tome-Wan; Two New Post Mortem Videos

A great weight was lifted from our shoulders when NBC renewed "Hannibal," but it's only getting heavier for Will as we head toward the season finale. First we (and Hannibal, it seems) have to get through next week's Episode 2.12, "Tome-Wan." Check out some photos and a promo.

As a bonus - two bonuses actually - more installments of the show's companion web series, "Post Mortem with Scott Thompson," have arrived so be sure to watch co-star Caroline Dhavernas discuss her character, her name, and Will Graham's irresistible flaws.

She's followed by cinematographer James Hawkinson talking about the show's signature look, how he breaks down a script, and shooting in northern light.

NBC also just released the synopsis for the Season 2 finale, Episode 2.13, "Mizumono," so we've included that as well if you'd like to know even more about what's coming. If you'd rather not, we've put it at the bottom
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Do Not See this Film Solo: A Movie Review

Director/writer: Isaac Cravit. Cast: Annie Clark, Daniel Kash, Richard Clarkin, Steven Love and Alyssa Capriotti. Solo is a backwoods thriller, which was released late in 2013. The film primarily focuses on one character, Gillian (Annie Clark), and her overnight stay on an isolated island. Events take on a psychological element, when a stranger appears on the island. Solo is an indie feature with only a few characters. Still, there is suspense and a little mystery here as first time director Isaac Cravit delivers a compelling feature. A little more horror could have been introduced in this film, but Solo does deliver enough tension to warrant film fans' time. The film begins and ends with the protagonist, Gillian. She has hopes of becoming a camp counsellour. However, she must pass an initiation rite, which leaves her alone on an island for two nights. The situation gets a little stranger when Gillian
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'Orphan Black' finale: Were our questions answered?

Turns out being the offspring of a genetically-modified clone has its upsides - after being flattened by a speeding car last week, Sarah's sprog Kira (Skyler Wexler) makes a miraculous recovery as Orphan Black's final double-bill begins…

Except Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) doesn't believe in miracles and neither do we - does Kira possess some sort of healing ability or enhanced durability as a result of what's been done to her mother?

In the aftermath of the accident, Sarah has her sights set on Helena, while Tomas (Daniel Kash) has his sights set on Sarah - but he doesn't reckon on his unhinged clone-killer turning on him and soon Tomas is left cowering - brutalised and locked in the same cage where he once kept Helena…

With all this going on, episode nine 'Unconscious Selection' just has time to pack in one final humongous twist - possibly the biggest jaw-dropper
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'Orphan Black' episodes 7 and 8: This week's biggest questions

One question dominates BBC Three's Orphan Black - who can be trusted? Each of the show's characters - from Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) to Paul (Dylan Bruce) to Olivier (David Richmond-Peck) - is telling lies or only sharing half-truths - and this week, in a double-bill, events grow ever more mind-frazzingly complex…

Paul, at least, is apparently on the side of the angels - or as close as this show gets. When he warns Sarah - over the phone - that Olivier knows the truth about her identity swap with Beth, he ends up captive, drugged and beaten.

To save Paul, Sarah forms an uneasy alliance with Helena - promising her information in exchange for rescuing her hunky beau - and the tail-sporting Olivier soon finds himself mutilated and confined to a hospital, where he's finished off by an agent of Aldous Leekie (Matt Frewer).

Leekie's end-game is still a mystery
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Exclusive Solo Clip All Dolled Up

To get you over Hump Day, we have on tap an exclusive clip from the upcoming terror tale Solo, which is available now via YouTube. Check it out, and look for more on this one as it comes.

Isaac Cravit writes and directs. Annie Clark, Daniel Kash, and Richard Clarkin star.

Synopsis

17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the camp's island, an intimidating collision of rock and wilderness carved out of the lake, supposedly haunted by the ghost of a camper who disappeared suspiciously decades before. When Gilllian's "solo" is interrupted by a local man responding to a distress call, what was meant to be a peaceful time alone in nature devolves into something disturbingly different.

As her paranoia mounts, a horrifying secret is uprooted and Gillian finds herself in a desperate fight to survive.
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8th Annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival Now Under Way; Early Reviews Coming In!

With the crush of October news stories now in full swing, we've been remiss in letting you know that one of our favorite film fests, Toronto After Dark, kicked off last week; but to make up for it we have the full remaining lineup to share along with some early reviews!

The 8th annual Toronto After Dark film festival begin October 17th and runs through Friday, the 25th, at Scotiabank Theatre, 259 Richmond Street West, in the heart of downtown Toronto. To see some early reviews of several of this year's films, click here for our Toronto After Dark 2013 archive.

Here's what's still to come, beginning Monday, October 21st:

Mon, Oct 21

Double Scene Points Night!

Fans can earn twice as many movie reward points on tickets tonight!

7.00 Pm

Odd Thomas (USA) Canadian Premiere!

Based on the best-selling novel by Dean Koontz. In a California desert town, a young cook (Star Trek
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Indiecan Entertainment Flies Solo in Canada

More Canadian distribution news has come in for the upcoming terror tale Solo, and we have it for ya right here! Check it out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it.

From the Press Release

Indiecan Entertainment has acquired the Canadian distribution rights to Isaac Cravit’s debut feature length thriller Solo. Solo is written and directed by Cravit and produced by Chris Bennett and Robert Budreau for Lumanity Productions.

In Solo, a tense psychological thriller, Annie Clark plays a teenage girl who is terrorized when she spends two nights alone on a remote island as part of her camp counselor initiation.

La-based Continental Media acquired worldwide rights ahead of Cannes and sold the Us to The Orchard, who are partnering with horror specialist Shock Till You Drop on a late October release.

Solo was produced by Lumanity Productions in association with Gyro Park
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Solo (2013) Movie Trailer: Annie Clark has to Survive The Island Alone

Solo Trailer. Isaac Cravit‘s Solo (2013) movie trailer stars Annie Clark, Daniel Kash, Steven Love, Alyssa Capriotti, and Sarah Emes. Solo‘s plot synopsis: “17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the [...]

Continue reading: Solo (2013) Movie Trailer: Annie Clark has to Survive The Island Alone
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Check Out the First Trailer for Haunted Camp Flick 'Solo'

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Check Out the First Trailer for Haunted Camp Flick 'Solo'
Shock Till You Drop's first distribution release, Solo, has just released its first trailer. In the film, a new camp counselor must first spend two days in the wilderness as initiation. The trailer just backs up my stance that no good can come from camping!

Official synopsis: 17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the camp's island, an intimidating collision of rock and wilderness carved out of the lake, supposedly haunted by the ghost of a camper who disappeared suspiciously decades before. When Gilllian's "solo" is interrupted by a local man responding to a distress call, what was meant to be a peaceful time alone in nature devolves into something disturbingly different. As her paranoia mounts, a horrifying secret is uprooted and Gillian finds herself in a desperate fight to survive.
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New Trailer Flies Solo

The first trailer for the upcoming terror tale Solo is out, and we have it for ya right here! Check it out, and add it to your list of reasons why you should never go camping again. No good ever comes from such activities!

Isaac Cravit writes and directs. Annie Clark, Daniel Kash, and Richard Clarkin star.

Look for more on this one soon!

Synopsis

17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the camp's island, an intimidating collision of rock and wilderness carved out of the lake, supposedly haunted by the ghost of a camper who disappeared suspiciously decades before. When Gilllian's "solo" is interrupted by a local man responding to a distress call, what was meant to be a peaceful time alone in nature devolves into something disturbingly different. As her paranoia mounts,
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The Trailer for Survival Thriller Solo, Available October 22

Last week, ShockTillYouDrop.com and The Orchard announced a distribution deal that will make horror films available through all home video channels including digital and DVD. The trailer for their first film, the survival thriller Solo , is now online and can be watched below. Available on October 22, the film was written and directed by Isaac Cravit and stars Annie Clark ("Degrassi: The Next Generation"), Daniel Kash and Richard Clarkinold. In Solo , 17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the camp's island, an intimidating collision of rock and wilderness carved out of the lake, supposedly haunted by the ghost of a camper who disappeared suspiciously decades before. When...
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Shock Till You Drop Teams With The Orchard to Distribute Horror Titles

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Shock Till You Drop Teams With The Orchard to Distribute Horror Titles
Our friends over at Shock Till You Drop have entered into a multi-year distribution deal with The Orchard to acquire and distribute new horror films. The two companies will join forces, bringing The Orchard's global distribution network and Shock's expertise in genre to major digital distribution platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, the Playstation Network, cable VOD, and even old-skool DVD formats.

The first four films picked up by the team are: Missionary, directed  by Anthony Diblasi (Dread), starring Dawn Olivieri, Mitch Ryan, and Kip Pardue; The Complex, a new film from Hideo Nakata the director of RinguThe Ring Two and other critically-acclaimed and award-winning films; and two new thrillers from Continental Media - Solo, starring Annie Clark, Daniel Kash and Richard Clarkin, and Bela Kiss based on the famous true story of a Hungarian serial killer. 

Shock's YouTube channel is also part of the deal. Their commentaries and reviews
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ShockTillYouDrop.com, The Orchard Form Distribution Deal, First Four Titles Announced!

Heya, folks...  I'm very proud to be announcing this.  Read on for the official release:

The Orchard, a pioneering independent music, film and video distribution company and top-ranked McN, has entered into a long term marketing and branding relationship with horror film web publisher, ShockTillYouDrop.com (a division of CraveOnline and Evolve Media).  The multi-year global pact will see the companies combine their resources to acquire and market contemporary horror films through all home video channels including digital and DVD, beginning with the launch of the Shock Till You Drop YouTube channel. The Shock channel will feature two new hosted programs; one featuring host/comic Erin Darling.

The new partnership announces its first horror film acquisitions. Missionary, directed  by Anthony Diblasi (Dread), starring Dawn Olivieri, Mitch Ryan, and Kip Pardue; The Complex, a new film from Hideo Nakata the director of Ringu, The Ring Two and other critically-acclaimed and award-winning
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Orphan Black Redux: Clones and Siblings and Twins, Oh My!

Whatever we were expecting about a show that features clones, we certainly were not expecting Orphan Black to whip out the twins card too. When Sarah’s (Tatiana Maslany) birth mother finally makes an appearance, it is not the fact that she was a mere surrogate that gets our attention, but rather the critical piece of information that she carried two babies to birth – she had twins. That’s right, that special bond between Helena and Sarah was more than just the clone DNA drawing them together, it was their twin-bond. The clever birth mother sought to protect the babies she carried, so she gave one to the state and one to the church. It probably seemed like a reasonable and safe option at the time. But years later, after seeing how Helena fared growing up under a radical devote regime through the church, that decision seems a bit dubious.
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Orphan Black Redux: Clone Club Implodes

In last week’s episode “Entangled Bank” we saw Sarah, Cosima and Allison (all played by Tatiana Maslany) spiraling out in their lives. Cosima took a giant leap and seduced her monitor Delphine (Evelyne Brouchu), which only gave Delphine the perfect opportunity to snoop around and get a good look at Cosima’s notes on all the clones. Then Allison revealed that her and her husband Donnie (Kristian Bruun) were getting a divorce, which led to drunken binging and sleeping with her suspected monitor’s husband. And Sarah, trying to hold the clone club together, decided to enlist Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy) into the club and see what information she could provide. Unfortunately, little Kira (Skyler Wexler) bore the brunt of all the clones’ secrets when she happily took Helena’s hand for a walk, which ended tragically.

With the noose tightening around them, Sarah, Allison and Cosima were not exactly playing it safe.
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