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DVD Review: 'Ice Quake'

January 5th, 2012 4:45pm EST
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How about a nice little winter family outing – over some vast gaping methane filled ice gashes! That’s what faces the kin in the new film via Syfy Channel titled “Ice Quake” out on DVD Jan. 3 from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Curious about the quake – follow the review to see what’s at stake!

Title: "Ice Quake"

Grade: 3

Cast: Brendan Fehr, Jodelle Ferland, Victor Garber

Director: Paul Ziller

Rating: PG

Runtime: 90 minutes

Release Company: Anchor Bay Entertainment


The Flick: While this one does have the distinctive sting of the Syfy Chann...

Writer's Viewpoint: Check Out 'Samurai Girl' & More On ABC Family

August 5th, 2008 12:35pm EDT
Writer Dee Doyle
On behalf of, I was invited to attend the ABC Family Party on Friday, July 25, at the beautiful Omni San Diego Hotel. The annual comic convention was sold out and full of exciting exclusives, hilarious panels, and brand new information, but I was surprised to find that the ABC party turned out to be my favorite part.

There were several of its best known stars wandering around the terrace, including stars from "Kyle XY" Jaimie Alexander and Matt Dallas, and they were greatly encouraging the press to learn all about their brand new show "Samurai Girl." The lovely star Jami...

Back from the Dead: TV Shows That Survived Cancellation

May 8th, 2008 8:22am EDT
Shows are canceled all the time. This time the victim was "Men In Trees," a show that jumped timeslots, disappeared for months at a time, and was finally put out of its misery by ABC. It wasn't exactly a surprise the network canceled it. Who knew it was still on? (Fans can catch the final few episodes when it airs again beginning May 28.)

But what doesn't happen all the time is second chances. Once a television show is canceled (a.k.a. axed, yanked, cut, punted, escorted off the premises, etc.) by its network, it ceases to exist. Normally, that is the case...but not always. After al...

Power Of The Fans: How Enthusiasts Have Saved Their Favorite Shows

January 9th, 2008 3:02pm EST
Veronica Mars
Every year TV shows come and go, but you don't have to let your favorite show get canceled without a fight. Several series have been saved through fan campaigns, which often include more than just online petitions. From bottles of Tabasco to an air plane banner and thousands of nuts, see how dedicated fans saved their favorite series from being canceled prematurely:


The campaign "Roswell it Hot, Hunger is Not" made over $28,000 for a world famine charity (series star Brendan Fehr's favorite charity). That wasn't the only campaign that saved the ratings-challenged WB series. "...

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