Nov/2018

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CBC and Not A Real Company Productions Inc. announced today a 13-episode order of Schitt’s Creek, a new original half-hour comedy series. Emmy winners® Eugene Levy (American Pie, Best In Show, SCTV), Catherine O’Hara (Home Alone, Best In Show, SCTV) and Chris Elliott (How I Met Your Mother, Late Night With David Letterman, There’s Something About Mary) star alongside Canadian television personality Dan Levy (Admission, MTV’s The After Show).  Commissioned by CBC, produced by Not A Real Company Productions Inc., and created by Eugene Levy and Dan Levy, the series begins production in Ontario this spring.

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Netflix has given us a new trailer for their series adaptation of ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events‘. The series stars Patrick Warburton, Neil Patrick Harris, Malina Weissman, Louis Hynes, Alfre Woodard, Catherine O’Hara, and Joan Cusack. The show debuts on the streamer January 13, 2017.

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When it comes to mockumentaries, Christopher Guest knows his way around them like no one else. Guest starred in ‘This is Spinal Tap‘, an American music rockumentary which cemented the character Nigel Tufnel, lead guitarist of the fictional band, into permanent pop culture standing. He followed up Spinal Tap with other mocks like ‘Best In Show‘ and ‘For Your Consideration‘.

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Bryan’s Review of ‘Frankenweeine’!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 4th, 2012

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I was much impressed with Tim Burton’s remake of his own short-fil of the same title, ‘Frankenweenie’, about a boy who brings back to life his dead dog in the vein of Frankenstein.  Burton really has made much of any original film in the last ten years, besides ‘Big Fish’, and in my opinion, his remakes aren’t good, but with this one, it seemed like a return from the director I grew up with and learned to love, despite my loathing of his remake films.  ‘Frankenweenie’ was very entertaining and a lot of fun.

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