Good Golly! MAGIC MIKE's new Poster is Ab-tastic!

It's easily going to be one of the steamiest movies of the summer, and finally Magic Mike has a poster worthy of it!

Our favorite hot bodies are absolutely drool worthy, and now the only question is where can I get my hands on one, uhh, poster that is.

If you've been living under a rock, and have chosen to ignore the sighs around you, Magic Mike stars Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Joe Manganiello and Matthew McConaughey.

Magic Mike is inspired by Tatum's experiences working as a stripper before his acting career took off. But instead of the lead, Tatum plays the mentor to Pettyfer's character, a performer in the troupe.

Magic Mike arrives in U.S. theaters on June 29, 2012. It also stars Matt Bomer, Olivia Munn, Riley Keough and Cody Horn.


Sac-Con Exclusive: Free Vampirella Art Print by Dan Brereton. 1st 300 fans this Sunday June 3, 2012. Pre-Register for only $4.

Sac-Con is this Sunday June 3rd at the Scottish Rite Center in Sacramento (6151 H Street). 10am - 5pm. Admission is $6 at the door. Meet great guests like:

Billy West - The voice Futurama's "FRY", "REN AND STIMPY" and More!
Vince Locke - Artist & Co-Writer of "DEADWORLD"
Dan Brereton - The Nocturnals, Red Sonja, Vampirella
Tone Rodriguez - Simpsons Comic Book Artist

FREE Vampirella Art Print to the 1st 300 Fans!
This large limited edition print reprints the cover to Vampirella the Red Room Issue #3 painted by Dan Brereton. Thanks to Dan Brereton and Dynamite for allowing us to offer this cool exclusive to our fans.

FREE Zombie Art Print to the 1st 200 Fans!
Special Guest Vince Locke created the artwork for this Sac-Con exclusive.

Pre-Register for Sac-Con for only $4.00

Check out some of our great events at the show:

Cosplay Costume Contest
Classic Video Game Tournament
Huge Vendors Room
12pm Charity Auction
Panels/Q & A's with our guests as well as the Sac Geeks
Free Yugioh & Magic Tournaments
Console Game Room
and more!




 LOS ANGELES, (May 31, 2012) – Twentieth Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios today announced the voice cast for EPIC, a 3D CG action-adventure comedy that reveals a hidden world unlike any other. From the creators of ICE AGE and RIO, EPIC tells the story of an ongoing battle deep in the forest between the forces of good and the forces of evil. When a teen age girl finds herself magically transported into this secret universe, she must band together with a rag-tag team of fun and whimsical characters in order to save their world…and ours.

BEYONCÉ KNOWLES, one of the most widely recognized and highly respected women in pop culture and star of the upcoming "A Star Is Born," voices Queen Tara; COLIN FARRELL (“Total Recall”) is Ronin; JOSH HUTCHERSON (“The Hunger Games”) is Nod; AMANDA SEYFRIED (“Dear John”) portrays Mary Katherine; and JOHNNY KNOXVILLE (“Jackass”) voices Mandrake.

AZIZ ANSARI (“Parks and Recreation”) portrays Mub; and rapper PITBULL voices Bufo. JASON SUDEIKIS (“Horrible Bosses” and the upcoming "The Campaign") portrays Bomba; and rock legend and “American Idol” judge STEVEN TYLER is Nim Galuu.

Co-starring are BLAKE ANDERSON (“Workaholics”) as Dagda, and JUDAH FRIEDLANDER (“30 Rock”) as Larry.

EPIC charges into theaters everywhere May 24, 2013. The film is directed by Academy Award®-winner Chris Wedge, and produced by Lori Forte (ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT) and Jerry Davis (ROBOTS).

One of the world’s largest producers and distributors of motion pictures, Fox Filmed Entertainment produces, acquires and distributes motion pictures throughout the world. These motion pictures are produced or acquired by the following units of FFE: Twentieth Century Fox, Fox 2000 Pictures, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Fox International Pictures, and Twentieth Century Fox Animation.


Arvid Nelson's REX MUNDI Slays Dark Horse Presents, Gets Omnibized!‏


 May 31, MILWAUKIE, OR—Arvid Nelson’s critically acclaimed Rex Mundi gets collected in two omnibus volumes and returns in the Eisner-nominated anthology Dark Horse Presents #15, with a new tale of murder, mystery, heresy, and the occult!

Paris, 1933. Europe is still in the grip of feudalism, sorcerers stalk the streets at night, and secret societies vie for power. When a medieval scroll disappears from a Paris church, Dr. Julien Saunière begins uncovering a series of horrific ritual murders connected to the Catholic Church. His investigation turns into a one-man quest to uncover the deepest secrets of Christianity, a trail of conspiracy that extends all the way to the walls of Jerusalem during the First Crusade. Rex Mundi is the tale of a quest for the Holy Grail told as a murder mystery, set in a world where magic is real and the Catholic Church never lost its grip on power.

“I’m thrilled Dark Horse is making Rex Mundi available in an omnibus format—it’s the way it was always meant to be read! The story in Dark Horse Presents is the perfect introduction for new readers, and I think old-timers will get a kick out of it, too. We open things up with the Holy Inquisition in Paris, the day before the main story line begins,” stated Arvid Nelson.

Rex Mundi Omnibus Volume 1 (of 2) is set to collect Rex Mundi Volumes 1–3 and will feature the complete Brother Matthew short story!

Dark Horse Presents #15 is on comic stands August 22, 2012.

Rex Mundi Omnibus Volume 1 is on sale September 5, 2012.

About Dark Horse

Founded in1986 by Mike Richardson, Dark Horse Comics has proven to be a solid example of how integrity and innovation can help broaden a unique storytelling medium and establish a small, homegrown company as an industry giant. The company is known for the progressive and creator-friendly atmosphere it provides for writers and artists. In addition to publishing comics from top talent such as Frank Miller, Mike Mignola, Neil Gaiman, Brian Wood, Gerard Way, Felicia Day, and Guillermo del Toro, and comics legends such as Will Eisner, Neal Adams, and Jim Steranko, Dark Horse has developed its own successful properties, such as The Mask, Ghost, Timecop, and SpyBoy. Its successful line of comics and products based on popular properties includes Star Wars, Mass Effect, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Aliens, Conan, Emily the Strange, Tim Burton’s Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys, Serenity, and Domo. Today Dark Horse Comics is the largest independent comic book publisher in the US and is recognized as one of the world’s leading publishers of both creator-owned content and licensed comics material.


RED LIGHTS -Official US Trailer, Character Posters and more!

Watch the official trailer for RED LIGHTS –
starring Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver, Robert De Niro, and Elizabeth Olsen –

Millennium Entertainment will release RED LIGHTS in theaters July 13, 2012.

Presented by Millennium Entertainment
Written and Directed by Rodrigo Cortes
Starring Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver, Robert De Niro, and Elizabeth Olsen

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Synopsis: Veteran paranormal researchers Dr. Margaret Matheson (Sigourney Weaver) and Tom Buckley (Cillian Murphy) debunk fraudulent claims of ghost whispering, faith healing and other psychic phenomena by detecting what Matheson calls “red lights,” the subtle tricks behind every staged supernatural occurrence. But when the legendary blind psychic Simon Silver (Robert De Niro)comes out of retirement after 30 years, his once-fearless adversary Matheson warns Buckley to back off, fearing reprisal from the powerful Silver.

Determined to discredit Silver, Buckley and his star student (Elizabeth Olsen) use every tool at their disposal to uncover the truth behind the charismatic, spoon-bending, mind reader. But Buckley is forced to reexamine his own core beliefs as his quest builds to a mind-blowing conclusion in this taut psychological thriller from award-winning writer and director Rodrigo Cortés (Buried).


FEMME FATALES Is Back With Audio Commentary On iTunes


“Gun Twisted” with Antonio Sabato, Jr. debuts this Friday at 11 PM
Super-Sized Season Finale Airs August 10th

LOS ANGELES, CA – Fans of FEMME FATALES, the hit series on Cinemax ®, will get to enjoy every episode even more with the weekly FEMME FATALES PODCAST, available on iTunes. These audio commentaries feature the show’s creative team, including Executive Producers Mark A. Altman (Necessary Roughness, Castle) and Steve Kriozere (NCIS, V.I.P.) along with the stars of each episode doing live audio commentary for every episode sharing exclusive behind-the-scenes anecdotes and insight into each and every thrilling installment.

In addition to the weekly podcast roundtables, fans can now purchase the show’s acclaimed soundtrack by composer Joe Kraemer (“The Way of the Gun”) on compact disc or as a digital download at iTunes.

FEMME FATALES, ripped from pages of the bestselling magazine, is the cult smash Entertainment Weekly calls “a badass-chick anthology series” and Geek Monthly hails as “50% Tarantino, 50% Sin City, 100% Cool.” Each episode is about powerful, sexy and dangerous women styled in the tradition of pulp stories, film noir and graphic novels. The half-hour program features stories inspired by such noir classic as Double Indemnity and Pulp Fiction and classic thriller TV series like The Twilight Zone. Featuring an array of sensational guest stars, classic songs, suspenseful storytelling and a stunning score each week, Femme Fatales will leave you in breathless agreement with UGO TV which raves “If you haven’t been watching Femme Fatales, you really don’t know what you’re missing.”

In each stand-alone episode, which is part of a bigger interweaving mythology, women find extraordinary ways of coping with their problems, channeling their survival instincts and bringing out their inner guile. The series was recently honored as an Official Selection of the prestigious Sitges Film Festival in Spain, which screened seven episodes from the series critically acclaimed first season.

FEMME FATALES is available internationally from eOne Entertainment.


Wanna Own A Piece of Superman? Here's your chance!



LOS ANGELES- May 31 - Profiles in History, run by Joe Maddalena, is proud to announce that a complete Christopher Reeve Superman costume and complete Marlon Brando "Jor-El" costume from Superman: The Movie will be for sale at their July Hollywood auction. These items are a part of the fabled Dreier Collection, a collection of such breadth and immensity that it will take several years to completely auction off.

The complete Christopher Reeve Superman costume consists of a long sleeve leotard of blue and red stretch jersey, a chest emblazoned with the trademark Superman “S” and an interior Bermans & Nathans label typed “Christopher Reeves [sic] 12186 Superman”; a pair of matching blue stretch nylon tights with interior Bermans & Nathans label typed “Christopher Reeve Colour A 18629”; a yellow-painted leather belt; a long flowing cape of scarlet wool with padded shoulders and interior bias label handwritten “C. Reeve Colour B Walking,” the back having a yellow Superman “S” logo with black stitched borders; and a pair of knee-length red leather boots with zipper closures, each boot with Bermans & Nathans labels typed “Christopher Reeves [sic] 12188” and handwritten “Waterproof.” The costume was originally acquired by a sub-contractor who worked as a set decorator and a special effects flying/rigging technician on the first two Superman films at Pinewood studios in London. Its ownership was later transferred to a make-up artist in Nashville, TN, whose letter of provenance will accompany this fantastic costume. Studio labeled throughout, this costume is without question, the finest original Christopher Reeve Superman costume Profiles in History has ever encountered. Easily one of the most recognizable costumes in Hollywood history, it is the most important complete costume from this landmark film ever brought to public auction. It is expected to fetch $60,000 – $80,000.

Marlon Brando wore this amazing, complete Jor-El costume in his memorable role as the father of Superman in Superman: The Movie. The costume consists of a tunic with the iconic “S” insignia with faux jewel detailing, sleeveless full-length robe with faux jewel detailing on the shoulders, pants and boots. The entire costume is layered with a luminous silver/gray reflective material, which appears to glow when subjected to strong light. This ingenious costume effect was first innovated in this production and used on all of the inhabitants of the planet Krypton providing a fantastic otherworldly appearance. Tunic, robe and boots have Bermans and Nathans labels typewritten “Marlon Brando Superman.” The costume comes with a Warner Bros. certificate of authenticity and is expected to fetch $60,000 – $80,000.

You can also own the screen-used Kryptonite crystal and box from Superman III. This green resin “crystal” formation of the crippling mineral Kryptonite is Superman’s only weakness. Measuring 12 in. long and 6 in. tall, this particular prop can be positively screen-matched to the scene where Christopher Reeve is shown cradling the piece in his hands, as a small imperfection on one edge is clearly visible. The box was used by Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) in disguise as an army general to deliver his synthetic Kryptonite to Superman at the Smallville town fair. Includes a dark wood box with polished brass fittings and measuring approx. 12 in. x 12 in. x 8 in. It includes a letter of authenticity and is expected to fetch $8,000 – $12,000.

Founded in 1985 by Joseph Maddalena, Profiles in History is the nation's leading dealer in guaranteed-authentic original historical autographs, letters, documents, vintage signed photographs and manuscripts. Born into a family of antiques dealers in Rhode Island, Joseph "Joe" Maddalena learned early on how to turn his passion of collecting historical autographs into a career. Needing to support himself, Joe turned to his hobby of buying and selling historical documents as a potential way to earn revenue. On weekends he scoured old Hollywood bookstores for letters and rare books. Upon graduation from Pepperdine, Joe pursued his passion to become a full-time dealer of historical documents, and opened his first office in 1985. A lifetime member of the Manuscript Society, Joe is widely recognized as the nation's leading authority on entertainment memorabilia and historical documents. Profiles in History has established itself as the world’s largest auctioneer of original Hollywood memorabilia, having held some of the most prestigious and successful auctions of Hollywood memorabilia and owning virtually every Guinness Book record prices for original screen-used memorabilia. With an extensive network of dealers, collectors, and institutions, Profiles in History is proud to play an important role in the preservation of motion picture history. Prior Profiles in History Hollywood auctions highlights include the "Cowardly Lion" costume from The Wizard of Oz ($805,000); Steve McQueen's "Michael Delaney" racing suit from Le Mans ($960,000); a Panavision motion picture camera used by George Lucas to film Star Wars ($624,000); a full-scale model T-800 Endoskeleton from Terminator 2: Judgment Day ($488,750); Marilyn Monroe's platinum & diamond wedding band from her marriage to Joe DiMaggio ($504,000); Marilyn Monroe’s “Diamonds” dress from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes ($356,500); a King Kong 1933 six-sheet movie poster ($345,000); Luke Skywalker’s light saber from Star Wars ($240,000); Margaret Hamilton’s “Wicked Witch” hat from The Wizard Of Oz ($230,000); and The Invisible Man 1933 one-sheet movie poster ($230,000). From the history-making Debbie Reynolds Auction in June 2011, Profiles in History sold the Marilyn Monroe "Subway" Dress from The Seven Year Itch for $5.52M, the Marilyn Monroe signature red-sequined showgirl gown from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes for $1.44M and the Audrey Hepburn Ascot Dress from My Fair Lady for $4.44M. In February, 2012, Profiles in History arranged the sale of a pair of Judy Garland screen-used Ruby Slippers from The Wizard of Oz to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. In addition, Joe Maddalena is the star of Hollywood Treasure, currently airing on Syfy, Tuesdays at 10pm (ET/PT). Hollywood Treasure takes viewers into the fascinating world of showbiz and pop culture memorabilia.


HATFIELDS & McCOYS arrive on Blu-ray & DVD July 31st

Academy Award® Winner Kevin Costner
and Golden Globe® Nominee Bill Paxton Star in…


On Blu-ray™ & DVD July 31st following its HISTORY® Channel Premiere

Debut Garnered More Than 13.9 Million Viewers,
Making it the No. 1 Non-Sports Telecast in Ad Supported Cable Television History

Also Starring Matt Barr, Tom Berenger, Powers Boothe, Jena Malone
And Mare Winningham

Culver City, CA (May 30, 2012) – The highly anticipated HATFIELDS & McCOYS arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD July 31st from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE). Two-time Academy Award® winner Kevin Costner (Best Picture and Best Director, 1991, Dances With Wolves) stars as Anse ‘Devil’ Hatfield, and four-time Golden Globe® nominee Bill Paxton (TV’s “Big Love,” TV’s “A Bright Shining Lie”), stars as Randall McCoy in the epic, true tale of close friends turned enemies. The infamous back country feud that became an American legend begins with Anse Hatfield and Randall McCoy, close friends and comrades until near the end of the Civil War, when they return to their neighboring homes – Hatfield in West Virginia, McCoy just across the Tug River border in Kentucky – to increasing tensions, misunderstandings and resentments that soon explode into all-out warfare between the families. As hostilities grow, friends, neighbors and outside forces join the fight, bringing the two states to the brink of another Civil War.

The all-star ensemble cast also includes Matt Barr (TV’s “Hellcats”), Tom Berenger (Inception), Powers Boothe (The Avengers), Jena Malone (Sucker Punch), and Mare Winningham (Mirror Mirror). HATFIELDS & McCOYS bonus material includes the “I Know These Hills,” music video featuring Kevin Costner &Modern West.

The SPHE announcement comes on the heels of a successful HATFIELDS & McCOYS premiere on the HISTORY® Channel, which aired over Memorial Day weekend, marking the 150th anniversary of the beginning of this country’s most ruthless family feud. The debut garnered more than 13.9 million total viewers making it the No. 1 non-sports telecast in ad supported cable television history. The series, which is directed by Kevin Reynolds (Waterworld), has a teleplay by Ted Mann (TV’s “NYPD Blue”) and Ronald Parker (TV’s “Joan of Arc”); a story by Bill Kerby and Ted Mann; and is produced for the HISTORY® Channel by Thinkfactory Media. HATFIELDS & McCOYS is distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

Bonded by their oath to the same flag, two Confederate soldiers, “Devil” Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) and Randall McCoy (Bill Paxton), return home seeking peace after tireless months of battle. Their expectations are quickly shattered when a murder based on misunderstandings and an illicit love affair triggers warfare between former comrades and their clans. This historic feud teeters on the brink of an all-out civil war as friends and neighbors join opposing sides in a rivalry that would ultimately shape American history.

Blu-ray™ & DVD Bonus Features Include:
“I Know These Hills” music video, featuring Kevin Costner & Modern West

BROADCAST YEAR: 2012 (History Channel)

HATFIELDS & McCOYS is not rated. The DVD has a run time of approximately 290 minutes.

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Dark Horse Does Vampires Right!‏

Dark Horse Does Vampires Right Digital Sampler

If you've got a taste for bloodsuckers, then look no further! Dark Horse does vampires right and gives readers who crave creatures of the night a crypt full of creepy comics!

Step into the world of Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9, as everyone's favorite Slayer adapts to her new life in San Francisco. Then check out Angel & Faith, where the vampire with a soul and the once-evil Slayer work to atone for past sins.

This preview issue also features Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Baltimore, which follows a vampire hunter living in a world beset by a post–World War I vampire infestation; samples from P. C. and Kristin Cast's story of a vampyre boarding school in House of Night; and Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain, in which Manhattan suffers from a vampiric plague!

• Issue features selections from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #1,Angel & Faith #1, Baltimore: The Curse Bells #1, The Strain #1, and House of Night #1. Plus, the entirety of a short story entitled "Magical Mystery Tour Featuring the Beetles," a previously unreleased, digital-only retailer exclusive from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9.


The Beastmaster with Don Coscarelli

Who doesn’t love The Beastmaster?  I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve watched it.  Marc Singer was the coolest; talking with animals & slaughtering the Jun Horde was just awesome. How could my viewing pleasure be any better?

Crypticon Seattle topped all my previous viewings with a screening featuring live commentary with director Don Coscarelli, Crypticon board member Steve Lange, and Seattle comedians Emmett Montgomery and Elicia Sanchez.
It started out as fun facts and turned into a home show version of Mystery Science Theater.  Besides adding little known facts like a guy at an S & M shop designed the costumes and claws for the mindless Death Guards, there were also hysterical comments throughout.  For example, during the scene where Tanya Roberts falls and her butt shows.   Don comments, “I always liked that shot.”

The small venue (about 25 people) allowed audience members to ask questions about their favorite scenes.  One viewer wanted to know how Don was able to get such great footage of the hawk soaring.  Don replied the hawk only soared as it was landing.  Therefore, they put it in a bird cage and attached the cage to helium balloons.  When the cage was high enough, they triggered the door to open and filmed the bird as it soared down to its trainer.
Sometimes comments did lean toward the adult viewing pleasure.  Picture the scene:  camera angle from the end of a rope cropped tightly around Marc Singer’s hands as he pulls the rope through a ring, then Elicia Sanchez utters, “Great shot, very sexual.”  In another scene, Roberts kisses Singer and asks if he will now come with them.  Emmett Montgomery replies, “I’m gonna *** all over you” while Singer just smiles on screen. 

The comments continued intermingled with Don’s ‘cool facts.’  Did you know that the Death Guard’s mask didn’t have any eye sockets?  “That’s right,” Don chuckled, “the actor kept running into walls.”  Now go back and watch this movie at home.  Try not to crack up when you see the Death Guard running aimlessly though hallways swinging his arms so he wouldn’t run into a wall, I dare ya.  
There were also other hazards in the Jun Horde temple.  The torches used put out black smoke.  The entire crew wore breathing masks while the actors completed the scenes.  The make-up people continually used Q-tips to clean out the actors’ nostrils.  Don said he chuckles when he sees the one shot where Roberts has black around her nose.

Don also shared limitations on budget. The scene when Singer meets his father has them surrounded by local dirt farmers.  It was shot at night in a Simi Valley.  Dan hired local homeless people since the budget only allowed for $25 a day per person.  “It was freezing outside.  We gave them robes and huddled them by fires.  They looked like dirt farmers.”
One day Singer came to the set making a honking sound.  Don said he asked him he was making that noise.  Singer replied, “I have to talk to the hawk.”  Singer continued practicing his ‘hawk’ sound all day.  The next time singer saw the cat, he started going, “Grrrrr.”

As the movie was ending (spoiler alert), one of the ferrets falls into a fiery pit.  The entire saddened audience went, “Awwwwe.”  To which Don replied, “Someone had to die.” Then poof!  The sadness was gone.  Don continued, “In the original script Robert’s character died, but the producers over ruled me.”
This is my new favorite way to watch eighties movies.  Instead of a scripted director’s commentary on DVDs, I think they should include a taping of the director and two comedians watching the movie.  It’s much more interesting. 

I want to thank Don Coscarelli for sharing his memories and poking fun at his cult classic.  Wonderful idea Crypticon Seattle, this should be an annual event.  Maybe Don with Phantasm next year.


Meeting Evil Debuting on DVD and Digital July 24th


“Samuel L. Jackson has never been this Terrifying.”
~ Ryan McLelland, Aint It Cool News

Samuel L. Jackson, Luke Wilson and Leslie Bibb Star in the
Intense, Psychological Thriller Debuting on DVD and Digital July 24th

CULVER CITY, CALIF. (May 29, 2012) – Academy Award® nominee Samuel L. Jackson (Best Supporting Actor, Pulp Fiction, 1994) and Luke Wilson (Charlie’s Angels, Legally Blonde) star in the action thriller MEETING EVIL, debuting on DVD and Digital July 24th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The action-packed, edge-of-your-seat suspenseful film also stars Leslie Bibb (Iron Man 2, Zookeeper) and Peyton List (TV’s “Mad Men”) in the story of a family man who meets a stranger in need of his help… and then must protect his family when the stranger turns out to represent unspeakable evil.

Samuel L. Jackson and Luke Wilson star in MEETING EVIL, an intense psychological thriller that will bring you face to face with pure terror. Jackson is Richie, a mysterious stranger who shows up at John’s (Wilson) door asking for help with his car. All too soon, the mild-mannered John discovers he has become an unwilling passenger, trapped in a murderous ride through town and deep into the countryside. When Richie decides to pay a visit to John’s wife (Leslie Bibb) and kids, John has no choice but to confront this sadistic and unpredictable killer - But saving his family will ultimately come at a terrible price.

Screenplay and directed by Chris Fisher from the novel by Thomas Berger, MEETING EVIL was produced by Brad Krevoy, Justin Bursch and Mike Callaghan.

MEETING EVIL has a running time of 89 minutes and is rated R for violent content and language.

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Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is a subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America, a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation. SPE's global operations encompass motion picture production and distribution; television production and distribution; home entertainment acquisition and distribution; a global channel network; digital content creation and distribution; operation of studio facilities; development of new entertainment products, services and technologies; and distribution of entertainment in more than 159 countries.



See Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonard DiCaprio in action in six new stills from DJANGO UNCHAINED, the latest film from Academy Award®-winning writer and director Quentin Tarantino

Also starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington, DJANGO UNCHAINED opens in theaters everyone on December 25, 2012.


Set in the South two years before the Civil War, DJANGO UNCHAINED stars Academy Award®-winner Jamie Foxx as Django, a slave whose brutal history with his former owners lands him face-to-face with German-born bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Academy Award®-winner Christoph Waltz). Schultz is on the trail of the murderous Brittle brothers, and only Django can lead him to his bounty. The unorthodox Schultz acquires Django with a promise to free him upon the capture of the Brittles – dead or alive. Success leads Schultz to free Django, though the two men choose not to go their separate ways. Instead, Schultz seeks out the South’s most wanted criminals with Django by his side. Honing vital hunting skills, Django remains focused on one goal: finding and rescuing Broomhilda (Kerry Washington), the wife he lost to the slave trade long ago. Django and Schultz’s search ultimately leads them to Calvin Candie (Academy Award®-nominee Leonardo DiCaprio), the proprietor of “Candyland,” an infamous plantation. Exploring the compound under false pretenses, Django and Schultz arouse the suspicion of Stephen (Academy Award®-nominee Samuel L. Jackson), Candie’s trusted house slave. Their moves are marked, and a treacherous organization closes in on them. If Django and Schultz are to escape with Broomhilda, they must choose between independence and solidarity, between sacrifice and survival… '

Written and directed by Academy Award®-winner Quentin Tarantino, DJANGO UNCHAINED is produced by Stacey Sher, Reginald Hudlin and Pilar Savone. The executive producers are Harvey and Bob Weinstein, Michael Shamberg, Shannon McIntosh, and James Skotchdopole. DJANGO UNCHAINED will be released in the U.S. by The Weinstein Company on December 25, 2012, and internationally by Sony Pictures.


Lost Girl Recap S2E7: Fae Gone Wild

Bo isn’t ready to open the box that the Morrigan gave her. She thinks it all gloom and doom, though Kenzi taunts her to toss it out, they both know that she can’t do that either.

Some pretty leather clad girls give the police station a little show. And not a single one of the officers stop the girls as they disarm them and strip them down, all while some creeper in the holding room watches. Hmmm, so what are the dark fae up to now? Dyson and Hale return to the office to see most of the guys in half dress, and their prisoner missing. The Zephyr, who’s human was broken out, and Dyson can’t ID the girl caught on camera, yet.

The suspect girl’s mother comes to Bo and Kenzi for help. She’s been missing for the last 10 years after a fight with her mother. Bo is willing to take the case so long as Sheri isn’t working with Zephyr. Kenzi doesn’t completely believe the mother, but a digging they will go. Kenzi starts with her Russian peeps for info, and Ksenia Solo shows off her dialect skills.

Hale got no information from the officers in questions, nothing he can use. Thankfully Dyson has a lead, and Kenzi has one for Bo too, which leads Bo to his parked van, and Sheri’s getaway clothes. Bo gives the van a quick once over, but she has company. Trying to find a place to hide, she finds Zephyr, and Dyson and Hale find her. Zephyr is not only dead, hung and missing a hand and possibly something from his side, but Bo isn’t sharing her goods. She makes a quick break as the boys are left to investigate. The death looks ritualistic, and they plan to take the body to Lauren.

The girls go through Bo’s pilfered glovebox goods. For being tree-folk they seem a bit carnivorous, and not nearly as woodsy as Kenzi would like. And Bo’s day just gets worse, as Dyson’s girlfriend or whatever Ciara arrives. Bo wants the low down about Ciara from Trick, and turns out she has something more to one up Bo on, she’s some sort of Billionaire, and Bo lives in a house with no walls. Poor Bo-bo. Kenzi scores a VIP membership to a gentleman’s club, and Kenzi plans their outing to the strip club. Dyson connects one of the officers, Officer Boyd, to the dancing girls; they just have to find out how he knows her, since he gave her his key card to get into the station in the first place.

Bo and Kenzi arrive at the strip club, which is full of all kinds of writhing beauties, who are hypnotizing one very enticing  fae. Even Bo looks a bit awestruck. They watch Sheri as she works the crowd, and Kenzi is feeling more than a little hot and bothered. Bo is feeling horny, but not hypnotized, when her stage time is done, Kenzi calls her over for a lap dance. Bo makes small talk, and Sheri gets nervous. Kenzi’s quick talking leads to Bo’s getting a job.

Kenzi is calling this job done, but Bo isn’t satisfied with the answer. They found the girl, but there is so much more left unanswered. Looks like Bo will have to work the strip club after all.
Hale interrogates Boyd. He claims that he was set up, but Hale doesn’t believe him. Boyd spills the goods on the strip club and how he knows Sheri. He may have spilled about his high profile prisoner, but he didn’t give her his card.

Trick gets some bad news. Light fae nuns attacked dark fae customers at a charity clothing drive, and it looks like it’s not first attack on his map. Bo comes asking about the missing pieces of Zephrys’s body, and its odd matter of death. It’s has all the makings for a Hand of Glory, a thief’s wet dream. As long as the candle stays lit the user will be invisible. The more vicious the killer the stronger the hand. Lauren gives Dyson the same information, Lauren cautions that the Zephyr’s hand will be a strong candle. Dyson asks if she’s shared his Intel with anyone, like maybe Bo, but she has no clue what he’s alluding to. Dyson lets Lauren hang around, and she calls Bo. She doesn’t give Bo anything she doesn’t already know, and that isn’t the only reason she called. Lauren is curious if Bo got the answer to her solution, which make Bo a little prickly.

Bo serves up drinks behind the bar, and she’s able to get close to Sheri. Sheri is less than chatty, and her favorite boys come visit her at work. The coincidences are too much for Dyson, and he grills her. Bo doesn’t admit much, but she gets Dyson to hold off on arresting Sheri until they get the info on the need for the hand of glory. Dyson isn’t sure he can trust her, but Bo convinces him to let her stay undercover.

Bo does a little snooping around the boss’s office, and finds his hidden safe. Which isn’t what it seems to be, she takes a picture, and gets caught admiring the room of sea creatures. Bo slips away from the sleazy manager, and gets his cup to boot. Dyson and Hale checkout what Bo found, and the prints come back, Lewis, sleazy manager is a Water Spirit and dark fae. The boys give her just a little more time to get the information from Sheri.

Bo and Kenzi question Sheri’s momma, who was of course not being completely honest. They aren’t treefolk, they’re selkies, seal shifters. Dear old mom fell in love with a fisherman, and gave him her pelt. She hid away her daughter’s pelt, never revealing to her what she was. She found her pelt, and left home. Without a pelt a selkie can’t return to the sea, hence the grand scheme. Bo catches Sheri before she uses the hand, and Sheri spills the beans about Zephyr and the rest of the selkies, all of the girls are selkies who had their pelts stolen by Lewis. The girls prepare their heist, and Lewis catches them in the act. Before he can stop them, Dyson and Hale come to the rescue/arrest. Bo has no choice but to light the hand with Sheri and go after the pelts. The hand works better than advertised freezing everyone but the two girls, and they use the hand to open the safe.  They grab all the pelts, but the spirit of the hand tries to take its revenge on Sheri. Bo extinguishes the hand, and delivers the pelts to the rest of the girls.

Hale arrests Lewis, but Dyson doesn’t think its enough. Bo appeals to him, and Sheri tells him that the pelts are a special part of them, asks him if he knows what its like to lose something so precious. Of course he does. He plans to make a new crime scene with Bo.

Trick continues to get calls about fae activity, leading him to place a call of his own to Lauren.

Sheri and her mother reunite and make up thanks to Bo. Sheri leaves for the water, but promises to visit often.

Dyson gets in some naked time with Ciara, as she makes his home her own. He may be going through the motions, but there’s a void there.

Trick tells Lauren about the unprovoked fae attacks that are on the rise. She enjoys her little outings, but she’s still not suppose to talk to Bo after her slipping the Ash’s leash. Bo apologizes for her reaction, even though Lauren was also unfair. Bo gives her the box the Morrigan gave her, and Lauren is relieved that the secret is finally out. Nadia’s coma is Lauren’s fault. Nadia followed Lauren, and Lauren came across the fae. Nadia was the only human that caught the fae illness, and Lauren pledged her allegiance to the Ash for his resources. The girls open the box together, and its some rusty nail. Neither know what it means.


Game of Thrones Recap: Blackwater

War is finally upon us. Stannis’ fleet sails to King’s Landing, but it’s a rough journey. The tide is against them, though the wind is with them. Davos seems less than enthusiastic about this war, though his son has full faith. Davos tells him that the walls have never been breached, but his son doesn’t sway in his faith.

Tyrion spends his final hours before the war in bed with Shae. She fiercely vows to protect him, but he doesn’t wish her to. He’s stuck in this war no matter the outcome, but Shae will not be persuaded. She makes tender love to him, like it’s their last day.

The Maester speaks with Cersei, but she hurries him to his point. He gives her some Nightshade, a calming potion, that can easily turn deadly. She takes it from him, and sends him away.

The men of King’s Landing feast. Bronn indulges in song and whores. The Hound enters, and he’s just as chipper as usual. The Hound seems more merry than normal. He tells Bronn that “killing is the thing you love, just like me, only smaller.” And just as things are about to turn bad between the men, the bells of war sound.

Tyrion gets into his armor, and Varys questions his trust in the boy who is assisting before he shows him a detailed map. Varys gives him news on Stannis and his taking up with the Red Priestess. Varys has seen too much, and he believes what Tyrion does not. He thinks that Stannis taking the throne would be the worse thing possible, and that the only person that can stop him is Tyrion.

With their imminent arrival known, Stannis’ men begin to drum,  and speed up their arrival.

Tyrion and Bronn discuss their friendship, and he spots Sansa and Shae. Sansa hasn’t gone to safety yet because Joffery has asked for Sansa to see him off. Joffery shows Sansa his new sword hearteater. They spar with words, and Sansa’s distaste for him is ever at the surface. Shae tells her that many of the men will not come back, but Sansa knows that the worse always survive.

Joffery tries to flex his power stupidly, as if he flexes it any other way, and Tyrion again put the boy in his place.

Cersei gathers with the other women. Sansa wonders why Cersei wishes her there, if she hates her. Shae tells Sansa that she’s likely jealous, when Cersei calls to her. Cersei offers her a glass of wine, but Sansa tries to refuse it.  Cersei gets news of the first betrayal, and Cersei gives swift orders to have their heads mounted to instill fear upon the common folk.

Stannis’ archers get in place. Tyrion’s men hold fast, and Joffery wonders where the rest of his ships are. Stannis’ nmen wonder the same. The ship looks to be empty. The Alchemist passes a flame to Tyrion, and Davos sees the wildfire. A single archer shoots his arrow, and ignites the wildfire. Boom, the fleet is ingulfed him flame, and everything is a light all bewitching green. The men at King’s Landing watch the sailors burn in shock, only the Alchemist smiles at the destruction. Stannis orders his remaining ships forward intent on winning.

Cersei calls Sansa over again. She’s quite peckish. She asks her what she’s doing. Sansa tells her that she is praying, praying that everyone will be okay. Cersei calls her foolish and stupid, and tries again to make her drink wine. She forces the girl to drink. She tells Sansa that she wishes she were borne a man, the waiting does not sit well on her. She tells her that women have more weapons that just tears, and that if the city falls the men will ravage them.

Joffery nearly wets himself seeing that the remaining men are still coming. His craven colors are showing, but Tyrion, gives his commands, and plans to slaughter all who approach. The men of King’s Landing rain arrows upon Stannis’ men, and still they come. The Hound leads his men out for some hand to hand. Lancel takes an arrow to the chest.

Cersei talks about her childhood, how she and Jaime looked so much alike as children, she could not understand why she was treated differently. Jaime got to become a knight, and she was sold off to Robert. Sansa tells her that she was a Queen, but sold she was all the same Cersei says. Cersei spots Shae and begins to grill her when Lancel comes in with news. Cersei tells him to bring Joffery back. Finally she reveal why her bodyguard is really there to Sansa, “Stannis may take the city, he may take the throne but he will not take us alive.”

The fighting intensifies around the Hound. And as he stares into the flames, he’s forced to fall back into the keep. Tyrion wishes for the Hound to go back out, but the Hound refuses, he’s lost half his men. Joffery throws a little tantrum, and Tyrion points out that they will lose the city if he does not fight. But the Hound has a very Fuck everything attitude.

Stannis’s men begin to ram the gate. Lancel comes to collect Joffery, and Tyrion bids him to stay. If he will not fight for his kingdom, why should his men. But Joffery is a craven to his core, and he sends his men out to die in his place as he runs to his mother. Tyrion sees what he must do, he will lead the attack against Stannis. His men begin to draw away, but Tyrion is ready for a plan. He tells them quite a pep talk. There is no reason to fight for kings, kingdoms or riches, only what is already theirs. The men rally, and follow Tyrion. Lancel gives bad news, and Lancel wishes to escort Joffery back to the castle. Cersei strikes him, and the women go into a panic. Sansa immediately calms the women, and Shae hurries her away, telling her that Stannis will not hurt her.

Sansa finds the doll that her father once gave her, and the Hound lurking in the dark. He tells her that he is going some place that isn’t burning, and offers to keep her safe and return her home. She tells him that she’ll be safe here, that Stannis won’t hurt her. The Hound tries to talk sense into her, and tells her that she’s surrounded by killers. She knows he will not hurt her, and he agrees, leaving her.

Tyrion and his men take the field, and annihilate the enemy, or so they think, until the second string come charging in. Tyrion is injured in the battle.

Cersei tells Tommen a story on the Iron Throne, a tale of good lions and evil stags and wolves. The battle rages on outside. As her story goes on, she toys with the Nightshade, giving it to him. But before Tommen can drink it, a slew of men arrive. Tyrion lays upon the battlefield. Tywinn has arrived, and she drops the Nightshade. The battle is over, they have won.



Marathon to Begin Airing Friday, June 8th at 9 PM ET/PT

Beverly Hills, Calif., May 24, 2012 – For the first time, Starz will air all 29 episodes of Spartacus in chronological order, beginning with “Gods of the Arena,” then “Blood and Sand,” and concluding with “Vengeance,” Friday nights from 9pm - 11pm ET/PT, beginning June 8th.

“Spartacus: Gods of the Arena”
Episodes to air June 8 & 15

June 8
Past Transgressions
June 15
Beneath The Mask
The Bitter End (Series Finale)

The House of Batiatus is on the rise, basking in the glow of its infamous champion Gannicus (Dustin Clare), whose skill with a sword is matched only by his thirst for wine and women. These are the times a young Batiatus has been waiting for. Poised to overthrow his father and take control; he’ll freely betray anyone to ensure his gladiators are in the highest demand. And he’ll have his loyal and calculating wife Lucretia by his side for every underhanded scheme, drawing on the brazen talents of her seductive friend Gaia when it counts. Together, they will stop at nothing to deceive the masses, seize power, and bleed Capua dry.

“Spartacus: Blood and Sand”
Episodes to air June 22, 29 and July 6, 13, 20

June 22
The Red Serpent
Sacramentum Gladiatorum
June 29
The Thing In The Pit
Shadow Games
Delicate Things
July 6
Great And Unfortunate Things
Mark Of The Brotherhood
July 13
Party Favors
Old Wounds
July 20
Kill Them All (Series Finale)

Betrayed by the Romans. Forced into slavery. Reborn as a Gladiator. Torn from his homeland and the woman he loves, Spartacus (Andy Whitfield) is condemned to the brutal world of the arena where blood and death are primetime entertainment. But not all battles are fought upon the sands.  Treachery, corruption, and the allure of sensual pleasures will constantly test Spartacus. To survive, he must become more than a man. More than a gladiator. He must become a legend.

“Spartacus: Vengeance”
Episodes to air July 20, 27 and August 3, 10

July 20
A Place In This World
July 27
The Greater Good
Empty Hands
August 3
Chosen Path
August 10
Wrath Of The Gods (Series Finale)

On the heels of the bloody escape from the House of Batiatus, the gladiator rebellion continues and begins to strike fear into the heart of the Roman Republic. Gaius Claudius Glaber and his Roman troops are sent to Capua to crush the growing band of freed slaves that Spartacus (Liam McIntyre) leads before it can inflict further damage. Spartacus is presented the choice of satisfying his personal need for vengeance against the man that condemned his wife to slavery and eventual death, or making the larger sacrifices necessary to keep his budding army from breaking apart. 
The “Spartacus” series is executive produced by Rob Tapert (The Grudge, “Xena: Warrior Princess” and “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”), Steven S. DeKnight (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), Sam Raimi (Spider-Man and The Evil Dead), and Joshua Donen (The Quick and the Dead).

About Starz Entertainment
Starz Entertainment, LLC, is a premium movie and original programming entertainment service provider operating in the United States. The company offers 17 premium channels including the flagship STARZ® and ENCORE® brands with approximately 20.1 million and 33.6 million subscribers respectively.  Starz Entertainment airs in total more than 1,000 movies and original series every month across its pay TV channels. Starz Entertainment is recognized as a pay TV leader in providing HD, On Demand, HD On Demand and online advanced services for its STARZ, ENCORE and MOVIEPLEX brands.  Starz Entertainment ( is an operating unit of Starz, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation (NASDAQ: LMCA).



Catch a glimpse and pray for Em, the young girl who encounters a dislocated spirit in the latest poster for THE POSSESSION. Based on a true story, the film follows the one family who must unite in order to survive the wrath of an unspeakable evil.

 THE POSSESSION, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen) and Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer) opens in theaters everywhere August 31, 2012.

Based on a true story, THE POSSESSION is the terrifying story of how one family must unite in order to survive the wrath of an unspeakable evil.

 Clyde (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Stephanie Brenek (Kyra Sedgwick) see little cause for alarm when their youngest daughter Em becomes oddly obsessed with an antique wooden box she purchased at a yard sale. But as Em’s behavior becomes increasingly erratic, the couple fears the presence of a malevolent force in their midst, only to discover that the box was built to contain a dibbuk, a dislocated spirit that inhabits and ultimately devours its human host.

 Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan (WATCHMEN) and Kyra Sedgwick (“The Closer”), THE POSSESSION is directed by Ole Bornedal (NIGHTWATCH), written by Juliet Snowden & Stile. s White, and produced by horror master Sam Raimi along with Rob Tapert and J.R. Young. Lionsgate and Ghost House Pictures present.

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Lost Girl Recap S2E6: It’s Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away

Kenzi plays third wheel to Dr. Lauren and Bo reliving old Prom memories. She excuses herself, but the girls don’t even notice.

A little graffiti is unappreciated by some elderly scorpion fae, but the painter isn’t scared by the stinger, and trumps him with his shotgun. Big bloody splatter looks to be just the final touch missing from the wall depicting Vex killing someone. Yay it’s a Vex episode!

Lauren and Bo hang out on the couch, getting a little cozy. Kenzi puts the kibosh on it, not because they’re not strictly platonic, but rather because she’s a fugitive from the Ash.

The Morrigan plots out her wardrobe, when Vex interrupts. He’s in a bit of a pickle since her human painted a picture of him killing a vampire, which was done on her orders. Scorpion man was not only a friend, but he’s been around for a very long time, but Vex isn’t calming down. Morrigan delivers a hardly veiled threat, and tells him that she’ll find the leak, and if her artist Jason is behind it, she’ll take care of him. Once Vex leaves she loses her cool, and Bianca is forced to clean up the mess. Bianca casts doubt upon Vex, and the Morrigan has another mission for her.

Kenzi does movie night with the girls when Bianca comes a calling. The Morrigan is busy signing contracts, and Bianca uses her powers to make contract negotiations go smoothly as Bo watches on. The artist signs, and Bianca is still not on the Morrigan’s good side. Apparently although irreplaceable The Morrigan feels the need to bust, Bianca, the Ciñata’s, chops from time to time. The Morrigan decides to use the segway to lure Bo to the darkside, but that’s not why she was called. She sends Bo to retrieve Jason. The Morrigan doesn’t want him killed, because she loves him, but she does need him found since he did kill a Fae elder.

Trick would prefer Bo not take the job, but since she will anyways he tells her that the Morrigan is a leanan sídhe, an evil muse. She will eventually drive the object mad. Trick warns her that Jason may be suffering a complete breakdown. Kenzi and Bo go to check out the site of his artwork, although its been covered up, nearby ones haven’t, and of course our favorite semi-criminal Kenzi recognizes some of the artwork. She takes her to one of the artists, while Vex follows them.

One of the artists turns out to be a former flame of Kenzi’s, or rather wannabe flame. Bo gets down to business, but tells them that Jason made it to the big, and hasn’t seen him lately. Started acting crazy, but he never touched drugs or drank. The girls get their info, and leave him hanging.

The girls make their way back to the bar, and they try to figure out why he’s painting the Morrigan’s secrets everywhere. Their lead calls in, he tried to say hello, but Jason answered with a shotgun blow to the face. He gives Bo, Jason’s last known destination.

The girls head over to the alley, but so far they haven’t found anything. All Bo wants is to cuddle with Lauren, venting her frustration over everyone having a happy lovelife except her.  They stumble across Jason, who is totally shot happy. He manages to get away from them, and they manage not to get shot, but Vex is there, and Mesmer powers are truly awesome. Before he can make Jason shoot himself Bo stops him. Jason gets away thanks to Bo, and Vex prepares to make Bo pay, but Kenzi has other thoughts, to take out Vex’s boys. Smartly Vex lets her go. Vex decides to play nice, and Bo takes a picture of Jason’s latest work, one of the Morrigan.

Vex and the girls lay their cards on the table, the girls were hire, Vex wants to do a little interrogation. Vex knows that if Jason is delivered Vex will never get his justice. He thinks that the Morrigan is setting him up. Vex tries to bribe the girls, but they’re leery of him, even when he promises that Jason will not be harmed. Kenzi is willing to take the deal. Bo and Kenzi try to interpret the latest artwork, and Bo is off for a little chat with the muse.

Back at home Kenzi sits down with Lauren, a little upset about the whole spybang in the past. Kenzi threatens Lauren, cautioning her against hurting Bo. Lauren turns the tables on Kenzi, claiming that Kenzi is being territorial, and that by trying to drive her away she’s not being a good friend. See this is the problem I’ve always had with the good doctor. She is always the victim. She totally betrayed Bo, but because she was being forced to, it’s okay. Only she wasn’t really forced to, she chose to take it to the level that she did, even if she knew it was wrong. She used Bo for her own agenda, and everyone who isn’t team hot pants is wrong and attempting to vilify her. Boo Dr. Lauren, Kenzi is just being a good friend.  Lauren tells her how selfish she is, and the Ash comes a knocking. Kenzi covers for her, and even as the Ash threatens her and has her choked, she doesn’t give her up. Lauren comes out, and issues her own threats. He gives Lauren 24 hours to come home or her pulls the plug on her research project. They understand each other, and the Ash releases Kenzi. Lauren tries to apologize for bringing her problems into her home, but Kenzi is more worried about Lauren going back to the Ash, cause you know horrible selfish people think about others.

Kenzi calls Bo, and fills her in on the Dr’s predicament, and impending departure. Bo quits the Morrigan’s job. She tells him about Vex’s offer, and the Morrigan accepts her resignation. She also ups the ante, offering the key to fixing Lauren’s little problem with the Ash. Of course that keeps Bo on the job, and she and Bianca commiserate, though me thinks Bianca is a bad seed.

Bo returns home with her good news, but Lauren is ready to go back to the Ash. Bo tells Lauren of the Morrigan’s offer, but she didn’t give specifics, and that relieves Lauren. Just what is she hiding now? Lauren plans to make their last night memorable.

Bo has a little too much bounce in her step, and Kenzi has a hangover. Bo thanks Kenzi for her heroics,  and they prepare to meet Hale. Kenzi gets a little case Déjà vu. At Trick’s Kenzi drowns her hangover in syrup until Hale Siren whistles her hangover away. Bo pumps Hale for info, and he gives them a lead.  He leaves the girls to do the questioning, cause it can get a little messy.  They see the “eye,” and he finds Jason sets off to find Jason for them. The “Eye” wants payment for his work in the form of a kiss from Kenzi. Bo tells her to nut up, and she bestows a kiss upon him. Poor Kenzi, she always gets the worse thing on her mouth.

The girls set out to find Jason, but he finds them first. They tell him that Evany sent him, but he’s not ready to go to her until he’s finished his work. Ooooh Bianca is definitely behind this. He loses it, and falls to the ground in convulsions. Bo returns to the Morrigan with Jason, and he’s happy to see her. She sends him off like a pet, and goes to give Bo her payment. Bo appeals to her good nature, to let him go, but the Morrigan was never in love with Jason, she just needed to know how Vex put him up to betraying her. She give Bo what she needs to save Nadia, which is what she needs to save Lauren. Nadia is Lauren’s girlfriend. Someone just got spybanged, again!

Bo returns home, she’s a little pissed, and Vex gets the brunt of her anger. She vows to never work for the dark fae again, but Dr. Lauren is gone. Kenzi shows her what the paintings mean, they’re all connected. The Morrigan wouldn’t let someone let something like that slip, so who would. Not Vex, but they need him out of the way, hello Bianca. Bread crumbs, the girls continue to put the bread crumbs together, and finally lightbulb.

Bianca looks for other means to get rid of Vex, using her power to take him down, though a human. She give her a weapon to take him down, and Vex invites the dominatrix into his home. He’s ready to play, but he’s about to get much more than he bargained for. He lets her restrain him and beat him with a riding crop, which he enjoys, but the danger, not so much. Restrained his powers are useless, and luckily Bo and Kenzi come to the rescue. Kenzi gets Vex unlocked, and turns the knife on the dominatrix.

Vex pays the Morrigan a visit, but it wasn’t the Morrigan who is under fire, but Bianca. Bianca wanted to take the Morrigan down for everything she took from everyone including her, but she turns the knife on herself so that the Morrigan cannot use her powers anymore. Vex and the Morrigan kiss and make up, and the Morrigan calls in a clean up crew.

Bo and Kenzi had a long bad day, but at least they saved Jason, whether he thanks them or not is yet to be seen. They plan to rehab him against his will. Alone, Bo reveals to Kenzi Lauren’s latest lie. Kenzi tells her to give her the benefit of the doubt.

Lauren checks in on Nadia in a pod. She tells her about Bo, leaving out the whole I just shagged her part, but  fairly gushes over her anyways, because that’s what every comatose girlfriend wants to hear right?


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