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Interview: 'Love Me' Lead Lindsey Shaw Talks Dark Romance, Being Goofy and Looking For Uncomfortable

January 17th, 2013 11:00am EST
Love Me
When it comes to up and coming female talent to watch for nobody comes to mind faster then charismatic actress Lindsey Shaw.  A notable part of such past TV shows as "Aliens in America" and ABC Family’s "10 Things I Hate About You," Shaw is currently very well known for playing the complex character of Paige McCullers in the hit drama "Pretty Little Liars."  But for us it’s been the amazing film work that has starting showing even more savory sides of Shaw - her captivating turn as the aggressive yet sweet Eliana Wynter in 2011’s "The Howling Reborn" is without question truly entrancing wor...

Interview: 'The Howling: Reborn' Helmer Joe Nimziki Talks Character Chemistry, Werewolf Romance And What's Next

October 21st, 2011 12:40pm EDT
Howling: Reborn
If within a cinematic love story chemistry were key, then the director would be the man who turns the lock. In the case of the romantic heavy new werewolf outing "The Howling: Reborn" (available on DVD/Blu-ray now from Anchor Bay Entertainment), that would be filmmaker Joe Nimziki. Making his feature debut with Reborn, Director Nimziki (who has been in the business forever doing everything from being a 'script doctor' to making some seriously savory trailers!) forgoes the typical blood and gore associated with Howling lore and instead puts the films focus on two love struck teenagers who ...

Review: 'The Howling: Reborn' Surprises And Hypnotizes With Effective New Lycanthrope Story Lore Device - Love

October 11th, 2011 8:32am EDT
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Let me start off by saying I am a huge fan of the Joe Dante original and the groundbreaking effects within it by make-up master Rob Bottin. That aside, the rest of the Howling franchise is a mixed bag of ups and downs to say the least. (Does anyone remember part three titled "The Marsupials?" – what an turd!) The latest edition "The Howling: Reborn" has been getting a ton of flack and if seen as a companion piece to that original 1981 film, could fairly be torn to shreds for having a severe lack of serious blood and gore. But to do so would be to ignore the hidden beauty within, as Rebo...

New 'The Howling: Reborn' Exclusive Clip and Pics!

October 7th, 2011 2:17pm EDT
 Howling: Reborn
Out just in time for Halloween from the great Anchor Bay Entertainment is a new Howling outing that's a tad different and aptly titled "The Howling Reborn" hitting the shelves Oct. 18. And while it doesn't sport a ton of blood and guts like previous versions (or the gamey cheese of part 3 The Marsupials!), it has one unconventional, magnetic and surprisingly moving love story at it’s helm that takes the series in a whole new direction. (And it doesn’t suck!) The review for the film will be going up soon, plus we’ll be talking to various cast and crew (actress Lindsey Shaw is arresting in...

Capsule Reviews Of Broadcast Networks' Five New Series Premiering The Week Of Oct. 1

September 29th, 2007 9:49am EDT
Aliens In America
Five new prime-time TV series premiere the week of Monday, Oct. 1 (all times Eastern):

''Aliens in America''

What: A sitcom that mines humor from the miseries of adolescence as well as America's post-9/11 anxiety.

Where: The CW

When: Mondays at 8:30 p.m.

Who: Dan Byrd, Adhir Kalyan, Amy Pietz, Lindsey Shaw, Scott Patterson.

Why: As a reminder that everyone is alienated from some group - until they connect.

How: Justin Tolchuck (Byrd) is a sweet, bright kid who happens to be a social pariah at his Wisconsin high school. So his mom (Pietz) and dad (Patterson...

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