I am not a huge fan of Ethan Hawke (his teeth annoy me) much less his movies, so imagine how surprised I was when I saw the trailer for his latest psychological thriller movie The Purge and decided to give it a shot. Boy, was I wrong. Not only did I waste 85 minutes of my life I can’t get back, this movie was neither psychological nor a thriller as it left me with many unanswered questions and if possible, even less of a fan of Ethan Hawke, his teeth, and his movies. Continue reading Really Bad Movie Reviews: “The Purge”→
Director Jason Bognacki’sexciting supernatural thriller “Another” will have its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival. The film will debut before audiences, starting May 17th, 2014 and members of the media are invited to attend this one-of-a-kind event. Another is a terrifying tale, which stars up and coming actress Paulie Rojas (The Last Resort), horror actress Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3), Nancy Wolfe (Helter Skelter) and David Landry. “Another” will show on two days only and horror fans can preview the World Premiere of the film right here! Continue reading Jason Bognacki’s New Supernatural Thriller “Another” To Premiere At SIFF→
Grissom’s recommendation for must see T.V. picks premiering in 2014.
If you were a fan of shows like Alphas and Mutant X, you will love NBC’s new show Believe which airs Sunday at 9/8c.
I have to say I was on the fence for this when I first saw the previews and decided to give it a chance anyways. I am just thrilled, this show has a small ensemble cast and watching them try to fit together like pieces of a puzzle is done in a very well but in a subtle way that you can’t help but wonder if a puzzle piece will be lost. Personally I do not think they could have casted a more talented actress to play the role of Bo Adams than Johnny Sequoyah (love both of the 1st names FYI). As for the role of William Tate, I know he has played a lot of different roles but to Grissom here, he will always in my heart be AlexKarev’s baby brother Aaron.
Believe is my recommendation. Check below for promo and where you can catch full episode of Believe. As always let us know your thoughts.
Last week ended with a shocked Ryan finding out Claire has been alive along. Despite showing up at his apartment also looking to seek revenge on her ex, Ryan will not be deterred though and stays on track in his search for Joe. Continue reading Recap: The Following, 2×12, “Betrayal”→
This week marked an end of an era in television history. After 8 wonderful years PSYCH closed its Psychic Private Detective doors and said goodbye leaving us viewers sad but satisfied. Last week, I did a PSYCH season finale in review, and I couldn’t help wondering how after eight years of laughs, movie quotes, amazing guest stars, snoopy dancing, fist bumps, the pineapple, the Blueberry, and the popular phrase “Suck It” would such an amazing show find a way to wrap everything up in a way that make would fans happy. Well, let me tell you, not since the series finale of Burn Notice have I seen a more perfect ending. Continue reading Recap: Psych 8×10, “The Breakup”→
Last week on The Following, many viewers were surprised to find out that Claire was indeed alive and now in Witness Protection. Damn that Shawn Ashmore (Mike) and his on cue crying. I get it is his job to protect Claire and you could see on his face that it killed him lying to Ryan. Which in the end had its own positive spin. Ryan is now clean, sober, and healthier than he’s been in years. Granted he did it for the most part due to his obsession to track down Joe Carroll himself and kill him. Continue reading Recap: The Following 2×10, “Teacher’s Pet”→