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  • Film, TV violence is an intensely sensitive subject for some

     Film, TV violence is an intensely sensitive subject for some
    Years after she first saw "The Passion of the Christ," Lori Pearson still feels queasy when she recalls the brutally graphic movie about the final hours of Jesus' life. "After I left the theater I remember feeling physically uncomfortable," said...
  • TV drama actors talk about the 'Golden Era' and more

    TV drama actors talk about the 'Golden Era' and more
    Television has been proudly brandishing its "Golden Era" calling card of late largely on the merits of the many top dramas being produced on prime time and cable over the last few years. It's a rise in quality such that any demarcation line between film...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 313: 'Arrow on the Doorpost'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 313: 'Arrow on the Doorpost'
    "Arrow on the Doorpost"? More like "Arrow on the SNOREpost"! Just kidding. I understand that not every episode can be action-packed from start to finish with major plot twists, characters dying and hordes of zombies being slaughtered in exotic and...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 314: 'Prey'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 314: 'Prey'
    Ahh, I love a good game of cat and mouse! Sunday night's installment of The Walking Dead on AMC was basically sixty minutes of the Governor stalking Andrea over hill and dale, through forests and plains, into abandoned warehouses and, finally, to the...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 302: 'Sick'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 302: 'Sick'
    Thanks "The Walking Dead", now I no longer have to wonder what a zombie's panties look like. And I no longer have to wonder what it would be like to see a zombie in its panties have its stomach slit open with a pocket knife. It made me feel a little...
  • The 60th MPSE Golden Reel Awards winners and nominees

    The 60th MPSE Golden Reel Awards winners and nominees
    FILM (winners)   Sound Editing - Music In A Feature Film "Life of Pi" Music Editor: Erich Stratmann Additional Music Editor: Mitch Bederman Sound Editing - Music In A Musical Feature Film "Les Misérables" Supervising Music Editor: Gerard Mccann Co-...
  • Danai Gurira carves out her place in 'The Walking Dead'

    Danai Gurira carves out her place in 'The Walking Dead'
    It didn't take long for Danai Gurira to make her mark as zombie-killing warrior Michonne in "The Walking Dead." After all, the beloved character from Robert Kirkman's graphic novels can chop off a walker's head with one stroke of her katana sword....
  • Book review: Justin Cronin's 'The Twelve' summons vampires anew

    -------------------- The Twelve Justin Cronin Ballantine Books: 592 pp., $28 -------------------- No one expected Justin Cronin to sink his teeth into a post-apocalyptic vampire novel. He was an award-winning author of quiet literary fiction when he...
  • Emmys 2013: 'Walking Dead's' zombies are beneath snobbish academy

    This year's Emmy nominations reflected a lot of change in TV. Netflix got creative validation; there are more female-led dramas than ever. But one rule has become calcified: No zombies need apply. Even as hordes of network executives and publicists...
  • The best TV episodes of 2012: 'Mad Men,' 'Walking Dead' and 'Parks and Recreation'

     
    Five picks for the best TV episodes of 2012 include "Parks and Recreation," "Mad Men," "The Walking Dead," "Game of Thrones" and "Late Show with David Letterman."...
  • ‘The Mist’: Frank Darabont, Thomas Jane on film’s ensemble [video]

     
    With his 2007 horror film “The Mist,” writer-director Frank Darabont, adapting a 1980 Stephen King novella, charts what happens to […]...