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‘Gloria Bell’ Review

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Stars: Julianne Moore, Alanna Ubach, Michael Cera, Sean Astin, John Turturro, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Brad Garrett, Holland Taylor, Rita Wilson, Caren Pistorius, Cassi Thomson, Tyson Ritter, Chris Mulkey, Barbara Sukowa | Written by Alice Johnson Boher, Sebastián Lelio | Directed by Sebastián Lelio

Gloria (Julianne Moore) is a free-spirited divorcée who spends her days at a straight-laced office job and her nights on the dance floor, joyfully letting loose at clubs around Los Angeles. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) on a night out, she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of dating, identity and family.

Gloria Bell, directed by Sebastián Lelio, is a remake of Lelio’s own film (merely titled Gloria), which was originally released in 2013. This remake is a gratifying and moving picture, almost as if auteur Denis Villeneuve had directed a romance, with leading actress Julianne Moore
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Who is Angie on NCIS cast? Cassi Thomson stars in episode Tailing Angie as team forced to deal with past

The NCIS cast is joined by James MacDonald, Cassi Thomson, and Jeff Pierre for this week’s episode, titled Tailing Angie. It sees the NCIS team having to deal with the lead suspect of an old unsolved case getting released from prison. This leads to an undercover stakeout and some amusing moments between McGee and Gibbs. Angie becomes a focal point, as resuming the investigation on a cold case presents some twists and turns that CBS viewers should enjoy. In addition to the guest stars in the new episode, familiar NCIS cast members Mark Harmon (Gibbs), Sean Murray (McGee), Emily Wickersham (Bishop), […]

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NCIS Season 16’s Next, New Episode 9 Is Getting Delayed

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Happy Monday,"NCIS" fans. We hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving weekend. Unfortunately, we have some bad news to share with you guys in this latest article. It turns out that your favorite show is getting delayed once again. The next, new episode 9 of this current 16th season will not be airing tomorrow night, Tuesday,November 27, 2018. We have our theories as to why, but nothing official. As we enter this holiday period, we're probably going to see a lot this start to happen. So, we're just giving you guys a heads up right now. There is a bit of good news. The new episode 9 will only be delayed for one week. That means you can look forward to seeing it air in it's same 7 pm central time slot on Tuesday night, December 4, 2018. So, be sure to mark that very important date down on your TV show calendars. So, what
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Trailer for Brutal Boxing Drama '12 Round Gun' Featuring Sam Upton

"What's important is: what are you going to do about it?" Gravitas Ventures has released an official trailer for a new boxing drama titled 12 Round Gun, the feature directorial debut of actor Sam Upton, who also stars in the film. It originally had the title of Gun, won an Audience Award at the Beverly Hills Film Festival last year, and is now getting a VOD release. Upton plays a washed up, alcoholic ex-prizefighter who makes a comeback to boxing after his top heavyweight contender son is wrongfully blinded in the ring. Also starring Mark Boone Junior, Kate Vernon, Jared Abrahamson, Cassi Thomson, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Holly Gagnier, and Jay Acovone. This looks just like every other boxing film, with nothing new to offer. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Sam Upton's 12 Round Gun, direct from YouTube: A washed up, alcoholic ex-prizefighter, Joe Romano (Sam Upton), makes
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Destined To Ride Arrives on Digital and DVD August 14th

Madeline Carroll (I Can Only Imagine) stars as a teenager who thinks her social life is over when she is sent to her aunt’s ranch for the summer but to her surprise develops an unbreakable bond with a horse named Pistachio in the family-friendly drama Destined To Ride, debuting on digital and DVD August 14 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. She tames the spirited horse and finds herself in a competitive race to win her aunt’s land and avoid losing her now treasured new companion. Destined To Ride also stars Joey Lawrence (“Melissa & Joey”), Denise Richards (Starship Troopers), Cassi Thomson (Left Behind), Amber Frank (“The Haunted Hathaways”) and Manolo Gonzalez Vergara (Hot Pursuit).

Lily’s life is turned upside down when she is forced to leave her friends to spend the summer on a remote ranch with her nature-loving aunt. Convinced her social life is over, she is
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Exclusive: Banner & Synopsis Hit For Lrm Reader-Written Dark/Web Segment 'Hacked'!

The twisted world of Dark/Web is slowly approaching. If you’ve ever needed a reason to fear the world the internet, this upcoming series is sure to give you one. With its healthy combination of both serialized and anthological storytelling, Dark/Web seems poised to scratch an itch that a lot of consumers are having.

If you’re unfamiliar with the digital series, here’s the official synopsis:

"When Ethan (Elerding), Sam (McKissack) and James (Nardelli) find themselves the target of cryptic emails from someone posing as their childhood friend Molly (Gonzales), they assume she’s been the victim of an all-too-common hack. After they reach out to alert her, however, they discover that Molly’s been missing for months and no one has any idea what happened to her.As the emails keep coming, each containing a tale written by Molly, her friends realize that this may be
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Horror Highlights: The Ouija Board Secret, New Episode of Splathouse, Dark/Web, Legion Where?House

Andrea Ricca is a one-man band. He wrote, directed, and edited the short film The Ouija Board Secret, which kicks off today’s Horror Highlights! Also: listen to a new episode of The Splathouse, new images from the anthology series Dark/Web, and photos from FX’s Legion Where?House event.

Watch the Short Film The Ouija Board Secret: “The Ouija Board Secret” is an independent short film that was produced by only one person: the director Andrea Ricca who did the scripting, shooting, acting, editing, special effects, 3d modellation, and animation.

Andrea Ricca is an independent director who has realized, since 1998, some science fiction and horror short movies. They reached 14 million views online and were welcomed positively by international reviews such as the historical “Hammer Film”, the English “SFX UK”, the french “Ecran Fantastique”, “Starburst” and many more (Horror Society, Dread Central, Horror Movie.CA, Harrow In The Head,
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Is this the worst movie break-in of all time?

Apocalyptic thriller Left Behind stars Nicolas Cage. Its reviews were not kind. And it features perhaps the worst movie break-in ever...

Films are sometimes critically panned not because they're inherently bad, but because of the larger story surrounding them. Consider Battlefield Earth, for example: a terrible movie, sure, but its production history (not to mention its connection to the Church of Scientology) made it an easy target.

Solar Crisis, released in 1990 was an equally awful movie - and with a budget of $55m, just as calamitous, financially - but  it was largely ignored while Battlefield Earth's hideousness was trumpeted from the rooftops.

Which brings us to 2014's Left Behind, a film so universally panned by critics that its Rotten Tomatoes score sits at an abysmal two percent. This places it a mere whisker above such legendarily bad films as Jaws: The Revenge and Mac And Me, and a startling
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14 Worst Movies of 2014

14 Worst Movies of 2014
Most Hollywood studios have gotten smart about their film budgets, lowering them quite a bit over the past year. Which means we saw fewer box office bombs in 2014. Almost all of the big releases made at least a little bit of their money back, except maybe Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return. It only earned $18.6 million worldwide against it's $70 million budget. Winter's Tale and Vampire Academy were also big money losers over the past twelve months, but seeming disasters like Transcendence and I, Frankenstein actually managed to recoup their costs overseas. That doesn't mean these were good movies by any means. And some of the biggest blockbusters of the year shouldn't be considered masterpieces of cinema by any stretch of the imagination. In 2014, we couldn't really judge a movie by its earnings. But we could judge them by their critical and fan responses. Which is where Rotten Tomatoes comes in handy.
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‘Left Behind’ Review

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Stars: Nicolas Cage, Cassi Thomson, Chad Michael Murray, Lea Thompson, Jordin Sparks, Nicky Whelan, Quinton Aaron, Martin Klebba, William Ragsdale, Georgina Rawlings, Stephanie Honoré | Written by Paul Lalonde, John Patus | Directed by Vic Armstrong

I read the synopsis of Left Behind aloud to a friend and at more or less the same moment we both said, “…so it’s The Leftovers?” I haven’t even seen that television programme, but knew enough about it that I could recognise personal hero Nic Cage’s latest vehicle to more than slightly recall the set up. For the uninitiated, the film asks what would happen to everyone else if the righteous were suddenly beamed out of our plane of existence, presumably ascended up to heaven. I understand that The Leftovers doesn’t directly address what has happened to those that vanished but in Left Behind we’re given a pretty clear indication that
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‘Grave Halloween’ DVD Review

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Stars: Kaitlyn Leeb, Cassi Thomson, Graham Wardle, Dejan Loyola, Jeffrey Ballard, Hiro Kanagawa, Jesse Wheeler, Tom Stevens, Kevan Ohtsji, Hyuma Frankowski | Written by Ryan W. Smith, Sheldon Wilson | Directed by Steven R. Monroe

Apparently (at least according to the blurb on the front cover) based on a true story, Grave Halloween is the latest movie from director Steven R. Monroe – yes he of I Spit on Your Grave 1 & 2 fame – who returns to making TV movies for the Syfy channel (I really liked Mongolian Death Worm Fyi) with this, a J-horror inspired slice of mediocrity that tries to mix American and Japanese filmic ideals, never quite meshing the two together well enough to be a complete success.

Deep in stark woodland at the base of Mount Fuji, restless whispers echo as the light fades on a mid-winter afternoon. Here, amongst a maze of roots, a lone figure takes her life, binding
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Left Behind DVD Review

Director: Vic Armstrong

Starring: Nicolas Cage, Lea Thompson, Cassi Thomson, Chad Michael Murray, Jordin Sparks

Running time: 110 minutes

Certificate: PG

Left Behind…or try left unsatisfied. The film is absurd, from its cheesy soundtrack and acting to the horrifically obvious preaching. Simply put, it lacks any good qualities and leaves you feeling very disappointed but also un-surprised. The premise of the movie is a tough sell; the apocalyptic theme has been overplayed and seems to pander to expectation, rather than get creative and think outside the box, the film decides to try and sell what it thinks audiences want to see but unfortunately only results in boredom.

The film follows a group of people left behind when millions vanish. While the world around turns to chaos and destruction the group try to survive and make sense of the weird disappearances. The summary alone leaves you wondering what is there to
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Grave Halloween DVD Review

Director: Steven R. Monroe.

Starring: Kaitlyn Leeb, Cassi Thomson, Dejan Loyola, Graham Wardle, Jesse Wheeler, Tom Stevens, Jeffrey Ballard, Hiro Kanagawa.

Running Time: 89 minutes

Certificate: 18

Grave Halloween? With a title like that you just know you’re in for double the horror. Add to that the fact it all takes place in Suicide Forest, and you’ll be asking “What could possibly go wrong?” In I Spit On Your Grave remake director, Steven R. Monroe’s made for TV movie in the Us, we get an uneven, but not completely unrewarding horror, that pretty much lives up to its cheesy title.

Kaitlyn Leeb plays Maiko, a young Japanese woman who was adopted by an American family long ago. Now living in Japan, she discovers her birth mother committed suicide in a famous suicide spot, and takes along some of her film student pals to document a pilgrimage to recover the body.
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‘Left Behind’ Review: Any God That Would Leave Nicolas Cage Behind Is No God Of Mine

I’m no expert in the Book of Revelations, but I’m pretty confident in my knowledge of the end times and the dispensationalist concept of the Rapture. Basically, everyone’s favorite deity strips all of Earth’s children naked and sucks them (along with some adults for chaperon duty apparently) up into the sky leaving the rest of humanity to face years of struggle, darkness and demonic antics. That sounds bad enough, but according to the new film Left Behind it actually gets worse. It seems god also sucks up all of the fun, entertainment, sense of pacing and quality screenwriters. Rayford Steele (Nicolas Cage) is an airline pilot excited for his imminent flight to London where he’ll get to attend a U2 concert with a sexy flight attendant (Nicky Whelan), and he has no intention of letting his wife and daughter ruin the occasion. Chloe (Cassi Thomson) has returned home from college for his
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Review: Left Behind, Polite, First-Class Apocalyptic Disaster

So long, suckers! What's most remarkable about Left Behind isn't that Nicolas Cage is starring in a religious-themed movie about the end of the world, nor is it that longtime stunt coordinator extraordinaire Vic Armstrong is finally directing his sophomore feature, more than 20 years after his debut effort. No, it's that everyone in the movie is so darn nice. This kind, patient attitude is perfectly expressed by Cage as airline pilot Captain Rayford Steel. When discussing his longtime marriage mate, Irene (Lea Thompson), whose recent turn toward religion has alienated him, Ray says, politely, "Well, if she's going to run off with another man, why not Jesus?" Ray is talking with his daughter Chloe Steele (Cassi Thomson), another religious skeptic, who has come home...

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Left Behind Review

I am not a Christian, and I never thought Left Behind would ever convert me or appeal to my faith, but I hoped I could at least admire the courage of its convictions.  Instead, Vic Armstrong's adaptation of the best selling novel uses Christianity as nothing more than a ham-fisted plot point in a laughably cheap-looking movie that isn't reaching movie theaters because of the source material or the premise.  The movie doesn't exist by God's will.  Left Behind exists because, God willing, people might go see Nicolas Cage in a religious picture that's not all that interested in religion. Chloe Steele (Cassi Thomson) has come home to see her father Rayford (Nicolas Cage), but when they meet at the airport, he's already got to catch a flight for London.  Ray is a pilot, and he's also having an affair with Hattie (Nicky Whelan), a stewardess.  Chloe pouts and stews about her father's selfishness,
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"Left Behind" Gets An Unexpected Quote

In an interesting move by the marketing team behind the Nicolas Cage thriller "Left Behind," a new promotional poster for the film is out on its Facebook page which includes a "pull quote" by one of the oldest critics there is - The Devil.

The poster, essentially a still from the film of panicking people along with the logo and release date, includes the quote: "Please do not bring unbelievers to this movie - Satan".

The movie deals with what happens to those left behind when 'The Rapture' suddenly takes place. Other promotional material from the film includes quotes from Christian evangelists and one from the Book of Matthew.

Stoney Lake Entertainment and Freestyle Releasing are releasing the project in cinemas this week. Chad Michael Murray, Lea Thompson and Cassi Thomson also star.

Source: THR
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Grave Halloween

American college student Maiko (Total Recall's Kaitlyn Leeb), who is studying in Japan, heads into the notorious Aokigahara Forest - the legendary wood where poor unfortunates head to commit suicide - in a bid to save the spirit of her dead mother, who killed herself among its trees. Joining her are best buddy Amber (Cassi Thomson), who is going to document the trip with her film crew Terry (Dejan Loyola) and cameraman Kyle (Graham Warlde). Directed by Steven R Monroe, who is best known for the I Spit On Your Grave remake.
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Trailer for Left Behind Details The Action-Packed Aftermath of The Rapture

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Trailer for Left Behind Details The Action-Packed Aftermath of The Rapture
Stoney Lake Entertainment has announced the feature film adaptation of the popular book series, “Left Behind.” The film stars Nicolas Cage, who is piloting a plane mere hours after the Rapture occurs. The film also stars Chad Michael Murray, Cassi Thomson, Nicky Whelan, Lea Thompson and Jordin Sparks and is directed by Vic Armstrong (“Thor,” “Amazing Spider-Man,” “War of the Worlds”). “‘Left Behind’ follows Rayford Steele (Nicolas Cage) who is piloting a commercial airliner just hours after the Rapture when millions of people around the globe simply vanish. Thirty thousand feet over the Atlantic, Rayford is faced with a damaged plane, terrified passengers, and a desperate desire to get back [ Read More ]

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Nicolas Cage takes the wheel in 'Left Behind' trailer

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Nicolas Cage takes the wheel in 'Left Behind' trailer
What would Nicolas Cage do? The Oscar-winning King of the Internet stars in the upcoming reboot of the "Left Behind" franchise, based on the hugely popular Christian book series interpreting the Book of Revelation. A brand new trailer shows Cage in action. Pilot Rayford Steele (another great character name for Cage's resume) must maintain order when dozens of passengers on his transatlantic flight disappear into thin air during The Rapture. Meanwhile, his daughter Chloe (Cassi Thomson) deals with the apocalypse back on Earth, and faces a crisis of faith, exclaiming "The God my mother talked about would never do something like this." Cage is actually pretty low-key here -- he doesn't scream or laugh maniacally as much as he often does -- but it's only a trailer, after all. There's also no Kirk Cameron, who starred in a trilogy of films earlier this millennium, but maybe he'll pop up in
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