“The White City” (original title)


Directed by
Tanner King Barklow
Gil Kofman

Tanner King

Haley Bennett …Eva  , IMDB , Official Twitter
Bob Morley … Avi  , IMDB , Official Twitter
Thomas Dekker …Kyle  , IMDB , Official Twitter

Genere : Drama

(:   … Finally Thomas Dekker ‘JAck Goes HomE’ Film TRAILER Comes

Thomas Dekker’s ‘Jack Goes Home’ Channels ‘Psycho,’ ‘The Shining’


Heading to AFM is A Nightmare On Elm Street star Thomas Dekker’s directorial debut, Jack Goes Home, which


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Some more snaps of everyone’s amazing costumes! Such a fun night with you all! #Halloween

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First Halloween patty!!! The babafook!!!!

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Television that Home Video Forgot: The Secret Circle (2011)


The Secret Circle

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Developed by Andrew Miller
Based on The Secret Circle novel by L.J. Smith

Produced by Outerbanks Entertainment, Alloy Entertainment, CBS Television Studios, Warner Bros. Television
Aired on The CW for 1 season (22 episodes) from September 15, 2011 – May 10, 2012


Britt Robertson as Cassie Blake
Thomas Dekker as Adam Conant
Phoebe Tonkin as Faye Chamberlain
Shelly Hennig as Diane Meade
Jessica Parker Kennedy as Melissa Glaser
Louis Hunter as Nick Armstrong
Chris Zylka as Jake Armstrong



Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles box set review – a smart TV spin-off that matches the movies with inventive action scenes

  • Lena Headey’s sci-fi freedom-fighter tackles the killer robots with terminal violence and a nice line in dry, dark humour


Thanks to the recent arrival of Terminator: Genysis, there are now more bad Terminator movies than good ones. At their best (the two James Cameron ones) they are well-sustained chases peppered with interesting ideas on robotics and time travel delivered on the hoof. This underrated TV spin-off, which ran from 2008-09, has the time to explore the more fascinating aspects in some depth, while still delivering Terminator-style action sequences on a small-screen budget.


posted by sweetiepariya @ 2015. 10. 17. 05:00 && Article

Nightmare on Elm Street is reportedly getting another reboot

A Nightmare on Elm Street could be getting another reboot, if reports are to be believed.

The slasher horror franchise – centring on the terrifying Freddy Krueger, who kills his victims in their dreams – is apparently being revived only five years after Wes Craven‘s 2010 remake.

According to Tracking Board, David Leslie Johnson is lined up to pen the script.

He has previously worked on The Walking Dead and Amanda Seyfried’s 2011 film Red Riding Hood.

A Nightmare on Elm Street began in 1984, with Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon, Robert Englund and Johnny Depp starring in the original.

Several sequels followed, before it was rebooted in 2010 featuring a cast that included Rooney Mara, Kyle Gallner, Jackie Earle Haley, Katie Cassidy and Thomas Dekker.

Source : www.digitalspy.co.uk


Sarah Connor is the Soul of the TERMINATOR Franchise


[Originally appeared in the September 2014 issue of DEADLY Magazine] There is a scene 75 minutes into 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day,  in which James Cameron pinpoints the humanity amidst all the time travel, liquid metal and state-of-the-art special effects. Young John Connor (Edward Furlong) is bonding with the T-800 machine assigned to protect him (Arnold Schwarzenegger), by teaching him how to high five. The moment is designed to underscore the father/son dynamic between John and the Terminator, as well as provide a visual symbol of the hope for mankind – that we are able to co-exist alongside technology. And, if we’re reading even more deeply, that we can still master it.

A great deal of Terminator 2’s running time is devoted to the connection between John and Schwarzenegger’s T-800. However, it’s telling that the most poignant shot – the one that says the most about their relationship – is from the perspective of John’s mother, Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton), as she observes from a distance. It turns the scene into one about a mother owning up to her mistakes, making choices and sacrifices for her son. The moment reminds us that this isn’t John’s story at all. It’s Sarah’s.