09th Feb2018

A dozen new images from Season 3 of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’

by Phil Wheat

With Ash vs. Evil Dead returning to US television later this month, Starz have released a handful of new images for the series – whose season 3 debut airs on February 25th. The third season finds Ash, having gone from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero, discovering that he has a long lost daughter […]

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19th Jan2018

Trailer & Poster for season 3 of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’

by Phil Wheat

With Ash vs. Evil Dead returning to US television next month, Starz have released a new trailer and poster for the series whose season 3 debut airs on February 25th. The third season finds Ash, having gone from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero, discovering that he has a long lost daughter who’s been […]

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01st Nov2017

‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ – Season 3 Teaser

by Phil Wheat

Starz has released a new teaser for the third season of the comedy horror series Ash vs. Evil Dead – which will premiere in the US on Sunday, February 25th 2018. The new season finds Ash, having gone from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero, discovering that he has a long lost daughter who’s […]

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09th Oct2017

First images from season 3 of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’

by Phil Wheat

Starz has released your first look at the third season of the comedy horror series Ash vs. Evil Dead; with three new images from the new season – which will premiere in the US on Sunday, February 25th 2018. The three new images from feature a variety of scenes from the new season including Lucy […]

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16th Mar2017

New trailer for Neil Gaiman adaptation ‘American Gods’

by Phil Wheat

Starz have announced that the highly-anticipated eight-episode first season of American Gods, adapted from Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, will make its network premiere on Sunday April 30th. American Gods posits a different kind of war brewing – one between Old Gods and New. The traditional Old Gods, with mythological roots from around the […]

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01st Dec2015

‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ comes to Virgin Media TV

by Phil Wheat

Virgin Media have announced they are bringing cult US TV show and highly anticipated STARZ Original series, Ash vs Evil Dead, to the UK, exclusively for its TV customers to watch on demand from 1st December. Virgin Media has signed an exclusive licensing deal with Starz Digital, the global digital and on demand licensing arm […]

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22nd Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×08: Scorched Earth’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“Now go out there, and fuck ‘em in the heart.” Scorched Earth gives the largest single bite of its extended running time to Claire actually dancing Toni’s Dakini. It’s a gutsy choice, hanging a season finale on a play within a play, but while it delivers moments of transcendence it also edges out all possible resolution for loose ends […]

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22nd Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×07: Full Dress’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“A little pain is a fact of this life. To feel it is a choice. I choose no.” Paul said it way back in the premiere: a ballerina’s job is to make the arduous look effortless. Full Dress takes that thought and runs with it, giving us a full hour of people trying desperately to […]

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20th Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×06: F.U.B.A.R’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

Ross: “Which movement do you want?” Paul: “Childhood.” F.U.B.A.R is messier, less visually stimulating, and broader than the hard-hitting ‘M.I.A,’ an unending procession of gloom and doom which spends far too long showing us how fucked up each and every character is when it comes to work, love, and family. The holidays, stressful even for […]

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19th Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×05: M.I.A’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“There are many girls, Angel. Who can keep track of them all?” The third act of ‘M.I.A’ is wrenchingly confident in its pacing, a tense and ugly progress toward a muted tragedy in the backseat of a luxurious private town car. If the first two acts spend their time in puzzling ways, branching into multiple […]

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12th Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×03: Reconnaissance’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“‘There is no ‘there’ there.’” Reconnaissance, the third of Flesh and Bone‘s eight episodes, is as preoccupied with spying, interrogation, and information as its title suggests. The hour of inquest and mystery has its ups and downs, but the strange Hitchockian climax to which it builds is worth the bumpy ride. The dizzying sprint down the […]

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11th Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×02: Cannon Fodder’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“Your brain plays all kinds of tricks on you when you’re overseas. Tells you all kinds of fucked-up shit.” The motormouth veteran unlucky enough to pick Bryan as a seatmate on the bus to New York, a man who both looks and sounds like the voice track in a Godspeed You! Black Emperor single, knows exactly what […]

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10th Nov2015

‘Flesh and Bone 1×01: Bulling Through’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“It’s no big deal. I lost a toenail.” The smeared boundary line between art and obsession has been rich storytelling fodder since long before Darren Aronofsky’s bloated Black Swan - perhaps the most obvious point of comparison for Flesh and Bone - plié-d joylessly into movie theaters. A new eight-episode Starz miniseries from Breaking Bad veteran Moira Walley-Beckett(writer of Ozymandias, maybe the most viciously […]

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