Friday, 29 March 2013

The Vampire Diaries 4x19 Promo "Pictures Of You"

The Vampire Diaries 4x19 "Pictures Of You" - After making a decision that infuriates Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies) proposes a life-changing challenge for Rebekah (Claire Holt). Caroline (Caroline Accola) finds that her carefully laid plans for the perfect Senior Prom night are disrupted by Elena (Nina Dobrev), so she turns to an amused Klaus for a solution. Determined to get through to Elena, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) both attend the prom, but the evening begins to spiral out of control despite their efforts. When Elena suddenly lashes out in a way no one could have predicted, Matt (Zach Roerig) turns to Rebekah for help. Finally, Bonnie (Kat Graham) makes a terrifying discovery, and Klaus receives a message that could change everything. J. Miller Tobin directed the episode written by Neil Reynolds & Caroline Dries (#419).

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct - Review

Shaun McInnis takes this video review on the road with Daryl and Merle for The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct.

Talking Walking Dead - "This Sorrowful Life" Episode Review

Spoiler Alert! Eric and Joey discuss Season 3's penultimate episode and a very Merle-centric story.

Dexter Season 8 "Victims" Teaser

Dexter Season 8 teaser with many of the shows victims. They're done, but he's not! Dexter Season 8 premieres Sunday June 30th on Showtime.

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Monday, 25 March 2013

Friday, 22 March 2013

The Vampire Diaries 4x18 Extended Promo "American Gothic"

The Vampire Diaries 4x18 "American Gothic" - Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) take off in search of Katherine (also played by Nina Dobrev) and find themselves in a small town in Pennsylvania, where Elena has a surprising encounter with another old acquaintance -- Elijah (guest star Daniel Gillies).

Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) are both concerned about Elena's state of mind and are determined to do what's best for her, but she makes it clear that helping her will be difficult. Damon is not sure how to react when Stefan reveals his unexpected plan for the future. Meanwhile, in Mystic Falls, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) receives Caroline's (Candice Accola) reluctant help and comes to a new understanding of Silas' powers. Kellie Cyrus directed the episode written by Evan Bleiweiss & Jose Molina (#418).

Interview with Traci Law

Interview with Traci Law by David Kempf

As an actor, some of Traci's credits in film and television include Cold Case, The Wire, and Lovely Bones Most recently she worked with Terrance Howard and Colin Farrell on Dead Man Down and Silver Linings Playbook with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro.

In 2011/2012, she developed and produced the web-series hit, Morbid Curiosity TV, which she also hosted.

Along with acting, she is an award-winning photographer. She has captured images from around the world including nature, wildlife and architecture.Whether it be Romania, Australia, Vancouver or Edinburgh, there are few places she has not been.

Traci has also been an active participant in many archaeological sites and historic preservation in and around the Philadelphia area for many years. It was through this that she had the opportunity to work in England as a photographer for the Wiltshire Heritage Museum as well.

She attended the New York Institute of Photography as well as studied creative writing and anthropology at Temple University and Montgomery County Community College. 

How did you become involved in acting?

Acting was something I always enjoyed. In high school I was part of a local television teen drama, ironically paranormal related, and it was there that I found I enjoyed all aspects of being on set both in front of and behind the camera. I’m not as involved as I would like to be given the limitations of the Philadelphia area but do what I can.

How did you become interested in the paranormal?

The paranormal was actually something I grew up in. We didn’t live in a haunted house or anything like that but on weekends my mom and grandmother would take me to historic sites or old graveyards mostly for the history but at a young age I would tend to ‘feel’ other things in the homes or locations. Thankfully when I mentioned it I wasn’t told to keep quiet or that I was crazy. Instead it was ‘yeah, that runs in our family’. I sort of grew up in more of an Addams Family house than a Leave it to Beaver house, which was awesome. I was actually working as an archaeologist on a site with possible ties to the pirate Blackbeard (and yes, that house was most definitely haunted) when I was invited to join a paranormal group. The church I currently attend also seems to be haunted so it’s something I tend to be around most Sunday’s now too.

Do you see interest in the paranormal as the same as horror movie buffs or is it something spiritual?

It’s a very odd field in this regard. For some it’s very much a spiritual reason, for some it’s an interest in the unknown and for others it is strictly scientific. I think for many first going into the field because they saw it on TV or for those who don’t get involved but enjoy the shows and movies it’s very similar to the horror movie buffs. There are conventions and expos all over the country for the paranormal. There’s no denying it can be fun going into old, dark buildings no matter what your level of interest is.

Tell us about your movie credits?

I’ve worked on a number of films over the years, including Silver Linings Playbook. We’ve been very fortunate to have a number of movies made in Philadelphia which has given me the opportunity to work with directors such as Peter Jackson, M. Night Shyamalan, James L. Brooks among many others as well as such respected actors as Jack Nicholson, Robert De Niro, Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman just to name a few. Over the summer I was in L.A. and was asked to be a guest voice on Mysteries Most Macabre.

How much have you worked in the theater?

I avoid theater like the plague. I have the utmost respect for those who do theater but I am too chicken to do live productions. I admit it.

Do you consider the films you've been in to be more horror or thriller oriented?

There are many ranges of films but the ones that are in this genre I would put more thriller than horror, though recently I worked on the independent film ‘The Sickness’ which is definitely more horror. The horror/thriller genre is definitely a different type of set to work on in regards to there is a far darker humor behind the scenes. They are a lot of fun.

Please tell us all about Morbid Curiosity.

‘Morbid Curiosity TV’ came about from an idea I had for a show. I’m in a unique position of being involved in both the archaeology/history side of things as well as being involved in the paranormal. The current shows are quite popular with good reason but many historic locations started to shut down to the paranormal because of a lack of respect or regard for the site and the historic side of things. I wanted to combine both of those while adding an exploration aspect that is often involved. We were fortunate to be the first paranormal group to many of the locations and the first television production doing the paranormal for most places, including Philadelphia City Hall and Historic Boehm’s Church. The only problem was I kept forgetting to bring a flashlight!

Who are your favorite actors?

For talent? There are so many to list, most of whom are British. Maggie Smith is just brilliant as is Alan Rickman and Tony Robinson among so many others. I just admire how acting is truly an art to be respected there whereas too often in the US it’s who can do the stupidest thing and get a reality show anymore. However I refuse to name my favorites in regard to the drool factor in case any of them are reading this! LOL

Name some of your favorite horror books.

I don’t know if they fall under horror per se but the Pendergast series by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. I just finished the twelfth book in the series, Two Graves, and I still haven’t lost interest in the characters. Stephen King’s Children of the Corn and Pet Cemetery still freak me out too.

Name some of your favorite horror movies.

Nothing beats The Shining with Jack Nicholson. The original Amityville Horror is the reason I can’t stand basements and bay windows. My aunt and uncle live near the real house and drove me by it once when I was a kid – yep, that’s what my family does.

What started your interest in photography?

Being an outdoors person it was something I started doing with a point and shoot camera when I was out and about mostly wildlife. When I started traveling I enjoyed taking photos, maybe too many at times in the days before digital. Photography is something that just sort of merged with my other interests and became a way to tell stories that many people might never see.

What advice would you offer to aspiring actresses?

Don’t sit in the local coffee shop hoping to be discovered. The internet and technology has made it so easy for people to do their own shorts and shows. If you think you have something interesting do it yourself and put it on YouTube or your own website. Learn the process of editing, production and marketing, even if on a basic level. Be in front of the camera as much as possible. Network, network, network. I’ll be the first to admit it can be extremely frustrating to work so hard only to see a show like ‘Honey Boo Boo’ or the ‘Real Housewives of whatever county’ make it big but keep at it.

You've written a beautiful book with pictures of the U.K. and I gave it a solid five star review which it did deserve. Is England your favorite European country?

In a word, yes. All of the U.K. is so amazing and the people are so friendly. On my first trip to Edinburgh, Scotland I just felt like I was home. Years later I discovered one set of great grandparents migrated to the US from Edinburgh. On my last trip there I finally braved driving on the left side and ventured all over Scotland, North Wales and England. With ‘Enchanted Britain: A Photographic Journey’ I wanted to show the mystery, beauty and history of the U.K. with those who’ve never been there or who only stay in the more tourist destinations. So many places I found were completely accidental while driving along.

A paragraph about Traci and her work.

As an actor, some of Traci's credits in film and television include Cold Case, The Wire, and Lovely Bones and Silver Linings Playbook.

In 2011 she developed, produced and hosted the hit web-series, Morbid Curiosity TV.

Along with acting, she is an award-winning photographer.  She has captured images from around the world. Whether it is Romania, Australia, Vancouver or Edinburgh, there are few places she has not been.  Traci’s work has been published in numerous books and magazines, including Extreme Pets, the children's book, Little, Like Me co-written with Kelly McKenzie-Day and, most recently, Enchanted Britain: A Photographic Journey. She has also won many awards for her photography.

Traci has also been an active participant in many archaeological sites and historic preservation in and around the Philadelphia area for many years. It was through this that she had the opportunity to work in England as a photographer for the Wiltshire Heritage Museum as well.
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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Teaser for Barry Levinson's "The Bay" out now!‏

Chesapeake Bay is a seaside town that relies on water and the dockside tourism it brings to the community. When two biological researchers find a staggering level of toxicity in the water they attempt to alert the mayor before the situation gets out of control. However, the mayor refuses to raise the alarm in fear of creating a panic among the citizens of the docile town.

As a result, a deadly plague is unleashed, turning the people of Chesapeake Bay into hosts for a mutant breed of parasites. Taking control of their minds, and eventually their bodies, the parasites soon cause the town to descend in absolute terror as they quickly realise the harrowing reality they are faced with.

The Walking Dead Zombie Apocalypse Marathon / S3 Finale Promo (HD)

The end is near - season 3 of AMC's The Walking Dead comes to a close with the Zombie Apocalypse Marathon. Watch every episode, in order, all week long starting on Monday. It all leads up to The Walking Dead Season 3 finale on Sunday March 31st.

Monday, 18 March 2013

The Walking Dead 3x15 Sneak Peeks "This Sorrowful Life"

The Walking Dead 3x15 "This Sorrowful Life" - Glenn and Daryl discuss Merle's place in the group in this sneak peek of The Walking Dead 3x15.

Behind the Scenes of The Walking Dead 3x14 "Prey"

Talking Walking Dead - "Prey" Episode Review

Spoiler Alert! Eric and Joey discuss the episode in which The Governor and Andrea situation finally took a big turn.

Friday, 15 March 2013

The Vampire Diaries 4x17 Promo "Because the Night"

The Vampire Diaries 4x17 "Because the Night" - Realizing that Elena (Nina Dobrev) needs some time away from Mystic Falls, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) takes her to New York City, where he lived and partied hard in the 1970s. When Rebekah (Claire Holt) also shows up in New York, she's impressed with Elena's secret agenda. Flashbacks reveal Damon's hedonistic life in the underground club scene and a complicated encounter with Lexi (guest star Arielle Kebbel). Meanwhile, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) try to convince Klaus (Joseph Morgan) that it would be in his own best interest to help them track Silas down, and Bonnie (Kat Graham) struggles to keep her grasp on reality and do the right thing. Garreth Stover directed the episode written by Brian Young & Charlie Charbonneau (#417).

Monday, 11 March 2013

The Walking Dead 3x14 Sneak Peek "Prey"

The Walking Dead 3x14 "Prey" - The Governor chases a fleeing dissenter; while the Governor is gone, a traitor tries to sabotage his plans.

Talking Walking Dead - "Arrow On The Doorstep" Episode Review

Spoiler Alert! Eric and Joey discuss the episode that finally brought Rick and The Governor face to face.

Thursday, 7 March 2013

The Walking Dead - Norman Reedus PaleyFest 2013 Interview

IGN chats with The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus on Daryl Dixon's future, and if he thinks his character should take up the leadership mantle.

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

The Walking Dead - Gale Anne Hurd PaleyFest 2013 Interview

IGN chats with The Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd about the shake-ups on set, who may become a leader and the end of Season 3.

Monday, 4 March 2013

The Walking Dead 3x13 Promos "Arrow on the Doorpost"

The Walking Dead 3x13 "Arrow on the Doorpost" - Rick and the Governor have a lot to talk about when they meet in this second sneak peek clip from The Walking Dead 3x13 'Arrow on the Doorpost' airing March 10th on AMC.

Behind the Scenes Of The Walking Dead 3x12 "Clear"

Talking Walking Dead - "Clear" Episode Review

Spoiler Alert! Eric and Joey discuss an episode that took Rick, Carl and Michonne back to the beginning.

Sunday, 3 March 2013


How many countries still have the death penalty? How many people were executed between 1900 and 1949 in England?

40 and 632 are the correct answers. Isn’t it nice to know some random facts and be able to casually quote them to your friends? Read more facts about death penalties and executions in our Death Warrant Infographic.

Death Warrant infographic – The London Dungeon
Learn about death penalties and executions in our Death Warrant Infographic – from The London Dungeon


Here's a question. How many palaces did Henry VIII own? One? Two? Three?

No. Henry owned around fifty palaces... yes 50! How's that for amazing? Check out other remarkable facts with our Henry VIII infographic.

10 horrific facts about Henry VIII – The London Dungeon
See 10 horrific facts about Henry VIII – from The London Dungeon