The Dresden Files

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Tooth Fairy

Tooth Fairy

  Release Date: January 22nd, 2010 (wide) Studio: 20th Century Fox Director: Michael Lembeck Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Kids & Family   Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd, Julie Andrews, Stephen Merchant, Ryan Sheckler   Plot Summary: Dwayne Johnson is ‘The Tooth Fairy,’ also known as Derek Thompson, a hard-charging minor league hockey player whose nickname comes […]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows

Leaked ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ Trailer is Here!

Harry Potter and the Deathly HollowsWell folks ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ is set to appear in stores on December 8th and one of the extras is a teaser trailer for none other than ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I,’ the next upcoming installment in the franchise. Well we just by chance now have that teaser in bootleg format. You can check it out below.

How wild is Wild Things? Very. But not like you’d think.

Spike Jonze clearly had a different interpretation of Where the Wild Things Are than I did, but I like his better. I just thought it was a short book for kids to learn how to read, and some pictures they’d like of monsters prancing around. I mean, the plot was Max yells at his mom, gets punished, imagines a fantasy land, then goes home and finds out his mom forgives him.

Jonze’s version is about the lessons kids have to learn about their angry instincts. There is a tone of melancholy to even the most wonderful fantasy scenes. And this isn’t like saying Harry Potter is dark because people are trying to kill him but really it’s happy magic. This is really heavy. Playing rough not only leads to others getting hurt, it makes even the wildest anarchist feel bad.

‘Legend of the Seeker’ Pilot Review

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If you’re looking for a nice bit of escapist fantasy to pass the time, Legend of the Seeker may be just what the doctor ordered. Filmed in good ol’ New Zealand, the series is based on the novels of Terry Goodkind (although fans of those epic books may not recognize the television version!) The action gets underway with a pair of mysterious girls, fleeing for their very lives from a gang of well-armed brutes. Both tragedy & magic ensue, and we certainly weren’t surprised when their task ultimately led to the obligitory unprepared lad whose fate had been sealed long before he was born.

Reaper: (#103) “Magic”

Reaper: (#103) “MagicFirst aired: 10/16/2007

Andi (Missy Peregrym) invites Sam (Bret Harrison) on an overnight trip to see a Flaming Lips concert, so Sam asks the Devil (Ray Wise) for some vacation time.  However, the Devil tells Sam time off isn’t in his contract and sends him a new vessel box containing a dove to capture the latest escaped soul.

Sam, Sock (Tyler Labine) and Ben (Rick Gonzalez) discover the soul is a former disgruntled magician who is killing people who don’t appreciate his act.

Valarie Rae Miller, Donavan Stinson and Andrew Airlie also star.  Ron Underwood directed the episode written by Kevin Murphy.

Reaper: “Magic” Review

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