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Grimm Season 4 Wrap-Up; What’s Ahead in Season 5

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Last night’s shocker of an ending closed out “Grimm” Season 4 on a high, albeit sad, note; and we wanted to take a moment to pay tribute to Bitsie Tulloch’s portrayal of the polarizing Juliette over the past four years. Beware of spoilers if you’re not caught up!

We certainly thought her battle with Nick would continue into the next season but applaud the showrunners’ decision to wrap it up in the manner they did.  We have a few comments from co-creators David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf about Tulloch’s departure plus a tease of what to expect in Season 5.

Per THR, Greenwalt said the decision to kill off such a main character “was just the natural way she grew and developed in the course of the season, and it seemed like that was something inevitable that had to happen… It’s going to change the show’s course. I think it’s going to be even darker still in a way. You know, it’s not going to be the same ‘Grimm.’  It’s not the same dynamic anymore.”

What might that dynamic entail for the “Grimm” himself, Nick (David Giuntoli), who just lost both his mother and his girl friend and has a baby on the way with his mortal enemy? He’ll be dealing with some “pretty serious repercussions [of Juliette’s betrayal],” said Greenwalt, “and at the same time he’s got a lot on his plate. I mean, Adalind (Claire Coffee) is having that baby it sure looks like, and he’s going to have a lot to deal with.” 

Might the two of them become a couple?  Greenwalt hinted, “Well, she’s changed a lot. He’s changed somewhat, and you never know.”

Kouf added, “We don’t know,” with Greenwalt confirming, “‘We don’t know’ is the truth on that one, but he does have some obligation there.”

Nick is facing the start of Season 5 in pretty dire straits.  Per Kouf, “He’s got nothing, this guy,” and Greenwalt added, “…It’s all been taken away from him.  The only thing he’s got is a fifth season.”

He concluded with some music to our ears:  “I think it will be even bigger, even darker, even weirder. You know, I think it’s where it naturally will go.”

As we say bon voyage to Bitsie, here’s another look at Nick and Juliette’s final lovers’ quarrel from last night’s Episode 4.22, “Cry Havoc.”

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SOMA Sailing to Xbox One on December 1

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SOMA (review) will be heading to Xbox One on December 1st with the addition of a new safe mode, and we have all the details you need right here!

SOMA Coming to Xbox One with New “Safe Mode”
There’s no need to be concerned. You are always safe…

Isolated, submerged in the ocean’s darkness, chaos has overtaken the halls of PATHOS-II, and the boundaries of humanity strained beyond repair. From Frictional Games, creators of the critically acclaimed Amnesia series, SOMA is coming to Xbox One on December 1st with the addition of Safe Mode.

Safe Mode introduces an optional new way to play SOMA in the Xbox One and PC releases. Protected from the hostile creatures below, let yourself sink into the mystery and atmosphere of PATHOS-II as you uncover the truth and determine the fate of the station.

SOMA is coming to Xbox One on December 1st and is available to pre-order now. Safe Mode will launch simultaneously as a free update for PC and will be available for PS4 at a later date.

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Thelma Is Fantastic and Now You Can Watch the Opening Scene

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One of this year’s most beautiful and subdued horror films is Joachim Trier’s Thelma (review), which opens in Los Angeles tonight. To give you a bit of what the film is like, The Orchard have released the opening scene, which shows a man and his daughter hunting in the bleak Norwegian winter. When they come across a young deer, the true intentions of this trip become apparent…

Having seen Thelma, I can tell you that it’s truly something special. It’s a slow burn, to be certain, but it plays out gorgeously, resulting in a film that has yet to leave my mind.

Related Story: Exclusive Interview with Thelma’s Joachim Trier

Locations and tickets for Thelma can be found here.

Synopsis:
Thelma, a shy young student, has just left her religious family in a small town on the west coast of Norway to study at a university in Oslo. While at the library one day, she experiences a violent, unexpected seizure. Soon after, she finds herself intensely drawn toward Anja, a beautiful young student who reciprocates Thelma’s powerful attraction. As the semester continues, Thelma becomes increasingly overwhelmed by her intense feelings for Anja – feelings she doesn’t dare acknowledge, even to herself – while at the same time experiencing even more extreme seizures. As it becomes clearer that the seizures are a symptom of inexplicable, often dangerous, supernatural abilities, Thelma is confronted with tragic secrets of her past, and the terrifying implications of her powers.

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Award-Winning The Child Remains Playing Tomorrow at the Blood in the Snow Festival

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The award-winning supernatural thriller The Child Remains, which has been on the festival circuit, is returning to Canada to play tomorrow night at the Blood in the Snow Film Festival in Toronto. Tickets for the screening, which is at 9:30pm, can be found at the festival’s website.

The film has won awards in festivals across Canada as well as Best Foreign Feature at the Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival in London, UK.

Described as The Shining meets Rosemary’s Baby meets The Orphanage, the film stars Suzanne Clément, Allan Hawco, Shelley Thompson, and Geza Kovacs. Directed and written by Michael Melski, who co-produced the film alongside Craig Cameron and David Miller, The Child Remains is aiming for a Canadian theatrical release in Spring 2018 and a US theatrical release in October 2018.

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An expectant couple’s intimate weekend turns to terror when they discover their secluded country inn is a haunted maternity home where unwanted infants and young mothers were murdered. Inspired by the true story of the infamous ‘Butterbox Babies’ and their macabre chapter in Canadian history, The Child Remains is a twisting supernatural thriller that emphasizes story and suspense over shock and gore.

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