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Forbidden Girl Floats onto DVD

Demonic possession movie number 36,149 is getting ready to compel you into watching it! Read on for the first artwork and word on the upcoming flick Forbidden Girl! Look for it on DVD August 12th from Inception Media Group.

From the Press Release

A young man must resist the seductive lure of an ancient witch or be condemned to an eternal life on the dark side in The Forbidden Girl, possessing DVD August 12th from Inception Media Group.

Toby (Peter Gadiot; "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," Night Wolf), a troubled young man who lost his girlfriend in a tragic accident, begins to put his life back together after spending years in a psychiatric institute. Upon his release, he takes a job tutoring a beautiful woman (Jytte-Merle Böhrnsen) who lives in her aunt’s lonely mansion.

When Toby suspects his student is possessed, his haunting memories return; and unexplainable, supernatural occurrences drive him from the house.
See full article at Dread Central »

Philip Madoc obituary

Actor with a flair for transformation, from Doctor Who aliens and the Dad's Army U-boat captain to Lloyd George and King Lear

The actor Philip Madoc, who has died aged 77 after a short illness, became one of Wales's best-known faces through playing villains and officers on television for half a century. His rich, sonorous voice was heard to marvellous effect when he took the role of King Lear in a 2007 BBC radio broadcast: it was as ideal for Shakespeare as it was for light comedy or reciting the prose of Dylan Thomas, at which he was masterly.

His television work brought him four different roles in Doctor Who, but he really made his name as the vicious Huron warrior Magua in the 1971 BBC series The Last of the Mohicans. He swaggered dangerously, semi-naked, in dark body make-up, and a shaven hairstyle with Mohican brush that pre-empted punk by several years.
See full article at The Guardian - TV News »

[Interview] ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ Star Gary Oldman Talks His Subtle Performance, James Bond & More

  • The Film Stage
Yesterday featured a look at the roundtable interview I participated in with Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy star Colin Firth. My sit-down with the film’s director, Tomas Alfredson, and co-writer, Peter Straughn will be published on Friday. Today brings the question-and-answer segment focused on Gary Oldman, the firm, reserved core of the film’s ensemble.

Oldman plays George Smiley, perhaps the character most iconically associated with spy novelist John le Carré, who is responsible for the film’s 1974 source material. Oldman has, rather infamously (and sadly), never been formally recognized by the Academy Awards, and many are hoping that his layered turn as Smiley could break the barrier for him. However, the thing is, interestingly enough, that this quiet, methodical performance is something that the Academy rarely attaches themselves to, so the mere fact that he’s in firm contention for a Best Actor nomination – indeed, most pundits currently have
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Out gay actor Richard Chamberlain says he 'wouldn't advise' closeted gay actors to come out. Didn't seem to hurt his career.

Out gay actor Richard Chamberlain says he 'wouldn't advise' closeted gay actors to come out. Didn't seem to hurt his career.
In an interview with The Advocate promoting his upcoming role as an HIV-positive love interest for Uncle Saul (Ron Rifkin) on ABC’s Brothers & Sisters, out gay actor Richard Chamberlain says he “wouldn’t advise a gay leading man-type actor to come out.” In an era when the President of the United States signed a bill repealing a law banning gay soldiers from serving openly in the military, the same month out actor Neil Patrick Harris hosted a video game awards show on Spike, Chamberlain’s words gave me more than a bit of pause.

Until he came out in his 2003 memoir Shattered Love,
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Richard Chamberlain Wears King Arthur's Crown In Spamalot

Richard Chamberlain will wear the crown of King Arthur when he takes the Atlanta stage March 17 - 22 in Monty Python's Spamalot at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, presented by the new Atlanta Broadway Series. Chamberlain became a household name overnight in 1961 when he played the title role of Dr. Kildare, a part he played for five years. Over the last two decades, Chamberlain has starred in six of the most acclaimed mini-series: "Shogun," "Wallenberg," "The Thornbirds," "The Bourne Identity," "Dreamwest," and "Centennial." "Shogun" earned Chamberlain a Golden Globe Award as Best Actor, as well as an Emmy nomination. He received another Golden Globe Award, Emmy nomination, and a People's Choice Award for his work in "The Thornbirds."
See full article at BroadwayWorld.com »

Classic Actor Richard Chamberlain Talks Obama, New Film

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl (Cns) -- Classic actor Richard Chamberlain, who has starred in films like "The Three Musketeers", "The Count of Monte Cristo" and as the original Jason Bourne in the 1998 TV movie "The Bourne Identity", was on hand for the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival's red carpet for the premiere of his film "Strength & Honor".

His latest film pairs him with Michael Madsen ("Kill Bill') in a story about a boxer who retired after killing a friend in the ring returns to fight for the first time in order to fund his child's life-saving operation. "It's a great film," Chamberlain said. "Thrilling and exciting, at the same time."

His last film appearance was as Council Banks in 2007's "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry", with Adam Sandler. He called the film "curious" and didn't want to elaborate much more on that.

But when asked about the results of this past Tuesday's election,
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