Get out your wetsuits and popcorn! Lionsgate announced today that the Eliza Dushku and Mike Vogel fueled surf-horror epic Open Graves will be hitting home video on February 23rd, 2010.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone who's been following the show's rocky road since Day One, Fox TV has canceled Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse". But at least they're letting it run its course and will air all 13 of this season's episodes, enabling Whedon to give it a proper send-off.
And a name change has officially occurred for the latest Eliza Dushku movie. The film formerly known as Valediction has changed its title to The New Flick with the Tough Chick Who's Not the Best Actress in the World In It. Kidding; we love Eliza. The film is now known as Locked In, and it's gotten itself a brand-spanking new trailer to go along with the snazzy new moniker.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Eliza Dushku, Mike Vogel, Ethan Rains, Lindsay Caroline Robba, Gary Piquer Directed by Alvaro de Arminan
Remember that Eliza Dushku movie about a group of surfers finding a cursed board game that claims a life whenever played? It seems like we've been reporting about Open Graves for a couple years now. That might be because we have. We last reported on it this past February, quoting Dushku herself as being unsure if or when the film would see the light of day. How does September 19th on Syfy sound?
If you're a fan of Fox TV's "Dollhouse" series, we have some good news and some bad news. Let's start with the good: The premiere episode of Season 2 is being written and directed by Joss Whedon himself. The bad? You're going to have to wait one more week to get your dose of Dushku as Fox has pushed back the series' return to September 25th.
So last week the first tiny tidbits of news broke surrounding the Eliza Dushku thriller Valediction. Not a whole hell of a lot was known about the feature then, but oh what a difference a week can make!
During a break from the surprisingly renewed "Dollhouse", Watertown, Mass. native Eliza Dushku has returned to her roots to appear in indie thriller Valediction. Home base for the crew is reportedly South Boston's Seaport District.
One thing I'll never completely understand is TV programming and why some shows make it when others that are just as worthy, if not more so, don't. Case in point: Fox TV's "Dollhouse" and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles."
Those who have been watching "Dollhouse" on Fox claim it has finally hit its stride after a somewhat rocky start, and the show's upward trending ratings seem to bear that out. So one has to wonder why, then, Fox has decided to cut its season short by declining to air Episode #13, "Epitaph One".
Remember the Eliza Dushku movie Open Graves? Don’t worry for your short-term memory if you say “no”; the last time we actually had anything to say about it was just under a year ago. So what the hell is going on with it?
Never let it be said we don't look out for you guys. Though it's been delayed and relegated to the Friday night wasteland, finally on February 13th we'll have a chance to see if Joss Whedon still has what it takes to make a successful show when "Dollhouse" makes its long-awaited debut on Fox TV.
Anchor Bay has announced the details of its upcoming DVD release of The Alphabet Killer, which is slated to hit shelves January 6th of 2009. This marks a mere one month wait after the film’s limited theatrical release, which is scheduled to begin in early December.
Anchor Bay announced today that their new psychological thriller The Alphabet Killer will be shown in a limited run starting Friday, December 12th. Additional screenings of the film are also planned in Rochester, Buffalo, Los Angeles, and New York. An exclusive and invitation only premiere will also take place at the NYC Cinema Village on Thursday, December 11th.