Lest those "Fifty Shades of Grey" protestors forget Charlie Hunnam's day job, "Sons of Anarchy" returns, so big and boisterous even the customary episodic length can't contain it. Each of three…
Michael Polish's latest offers an elegantly muted take on the midlife ennui of Jack Kerouac's autobiographical 1962 novel.
Katie Cassidy, Tracy Spiridakos and Donal Logue are toplining an untitled thriller from Independent Edge Films, with Michael Greenspan directing and Kyle Mann producing.
"Shark Night 3D" makes bait of the usual batch of buff and buxom collegiates, but without any hint of humor.
"Oliver Sherman" probes the psychological impact of combat when one lost ex-soldier visits his his former superior and shows no inclination to leave.
After extensive research that concluded the show was too "subtle" to build an audience, FX has muzzled "Terriers" after one season.
Tone of series is reminiscent of an indie film, dragging auds through nuanced twists and turns.
Donal Logue ("The Knights of Prosperity") has joined the cast of the HBO biker pilot "1%."
Ed Burns' latest excursion into Gothamites' love lives, "Purple Violets," once more features the multihyphenate Burns as director, star and writer, in descending order of competence.
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