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Film Fans Rank Ripley, Buffy in Movie and TV Character Top 10s

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But they're the only two female characters 'Empire' readers voted into their Top 10 character lists. Read More »

LA Film Fest: Tying People Up for Laughs and Revenge

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I’m making sure the windows are locked tonight. Three consecutive films I viewed at the Los Angeles Film Festival, June 10-18, dealt with tying people up. Not in a nice way, but at least in two cases, a funny way. 'Caught' tells the tale of a teen having an affair with a married man who is kidnapped by the man’s wife and, among other things, tied up. In 'Shevenge', three BFFs fantasize about how to punish men, which involves tying them up. In 'Old Tricks', a burglar learns that you should never try to steal from a retired magician and escape artist. They’re kind of hard to tie up. Read More »

‘Cocktails and Camouflage’ Comedy Show Raises Money to Employ Veterans in Film and Television

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Comedy and screen stars unite to raise funds for veterans seeking entertainment careers. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Todd & The Book of Pure Evil The Complete Second Season’

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It is a bit like early Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a horror comedy set in a school. Read More »

Movie Review: Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing

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What did you do on your vacation? Joss Whedon adapted Shakespeare. Read More »

When Series Break Genre

Glee jumped out of the comedy genre with a gun shot. Should shows break with a set tone? Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Living Dead in Denmark by Qui Nguyen

A revival of a Shakespeare-zombie mashup doesn't quite coagulate at the Gene Frankel Theatre. Read More »

Redefining Cancellation

Veronica Mars is the latest in a trend, bringing canceled shows back to life in a variety of ways. Read More »

Interview with Craig Lew, Author of The Goths

"Steven Spielberg once told me that I should build a strong body of work, because that will speak louder than anything I could say about myself." Read More »

A Conversation with Jane Espenson: Part Two

Marriage equality web sitcom Husbands is a big hit, as creator Jane Espenson explains in this new interview for Blogcritics. Read More »