Sarah DeVries was born in Pierre in 1980. She's lived in South Dakota most of her life and in the Black Hills for five years. She's known Derek for about two years helped out on Scattering Tarnac the Great, mostly with the boom. She works at Green Tree and likes writing in her spare time (hence the attachment to Dirty Sprocket). She has one cat, one fish and no children and plans on keeping it that way.
It's official: Stephen King has confirmed (per stephenking.com) that he is in the process of completing a sequel to his 1977 novel The Shining. Because why should George Lucas be the only one who gets to stomp all over his own beloved properties?
Andy Whitfield, best known as the star of Spartacus: Blood and Sand, passed away in Sidney, Australia on Sunday, acccording to the Associated Press. He was 39.
We all have our own opinions when it comes to film. And sure, most of us feel wholly justified in presenting them to the public whether they like it or not, but only a handful get paid to do it. Since I am not one of those people I am filled with resentment for the whole profession.
With my status as a cheapskate well established, the Mill Creek Entertainment box sets are pretty much a perfect match for me. This is the second installment of my journey through the "Chilling Classics" collection, which cost $15, which divides out to 30 cents per movie.
So, while the others here at the site were acting like grownups and watching Inception, my friend Jake and I decided to fight maturity for an afternoon and watch Despicable Me. This debut film from Illumination Entertainment has an excellent concept going for it: a comic-book story not only told from the perspective of a supervillain, but one in which superheroes don't even exist. The main character, Gru – voiced by Steve Carell, and whose design looks like an homage to either Uncle Fester or the old-school cartoon Grimly Feendish – does not battle any good guys or even the law; he lives incognito (sort of) in the suburbs and uses the weapons at his disposal mainly to combat the headaches of everyday life, and to steal landmarks. He is aided by decrepit old mad scientist Dr. Nefario (voiced by Russell Brand) and an army of minions.