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Watch the trailer for the BBC adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy

The BBC has released a trailer for its adaptation of The Casual Vacancy, the first non-wizarding novel from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, and you can check it out below after the official synopsis…

The Casual Vacancy centres on Pagford, a seemingly idyllic English village with a cobbled market square and ancient abbey. Behind the pretty façade however, is a town at war: rich at war with poor, teenagers at war with their parents, wives at war with their husbands, teachers at war with their pupils. Pagford is not what it first seems.

At the Parish Council meeting the subject of Sweetlove House and its legacy arises. Howard Mollison, the Chairman, heads up the faction who want to see an end to the legacy; the thorn in his side is Barry Fairbrother, who makes an impassioned speech outlining the importance of the legacy, and the services it provides. For now,
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Deadtime Stories (2011)

Produced by: George A. Romero

Starring: John Rimauldi, Sam Redford, Patrick Jordan, Barret Hackney, Ian Harding, Liz Duchez, Jessica Kennedy

It seems one of the increasing horror trends of late is the horror anthology. An often hit or miss fad, the horror anthology can either be a well thought out and executed 75 minutes (Black Sabbath) or the most boring and pointless 75 minutes of your life. This brings me to Deadtime Stories, which I’m sad to say is volume 1. I shudder to think of a Volume 2 rearing its face in the near future.

Don’t let the fact that George A Romero produced this sway you into thinking it’s secretly good. In fact I hope and pray to the Baby Jesus that George A. Romero didn’t really know or understand what was going on. Thankfully, there is good evidence suggesting that as all of Romero’s intros to
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Pict Announces Local Actors, Designers Return For '09 Season

Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre has assembled a team of more than 100 world-class artists, including popular Pittsburgh actors Helena Ruoti and Martin Giles, and New Yorkers Sam Tsoutsouvas and Sam Redford. Former Pittsburgh residents returning to work with Pict this season include designer Pei-Chi Su, actors Doug Rees, Kate Young, Alex Cole, Jarid Faubel, and Meghan Heimbecker, and director Jeffrey M. Cordell.
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