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Review: ‘The Exorcist’ Sequel Series Is Plagued By The Demons Of Network Television

The Exorcist FOX show Ben Daniels 

“What a wonderful day for an exorcism.”

… if only it were a wonderful day for the newest horror series possessing our DVRs.

Hesitation over Fox’s "The Exorcist" has run rampant among horror fans since the network ordered a pilot back in January. And even the casting of Oscar-winner Geena Davis couldn’t prevent speculation that a for-network-television adaption of William Peter Blatty’s novel of the same name wouldn’t be able to scare audiences anywhere near the vomit-inducing 1973 film, also of the same name.

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Original Belle Paige O’Hara Talks Disney's Beauty and the Beast and Emma Watson’s Interpretation

Paige OHara Belle Beauty and the Beast

Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST animated classic marks its 25th Anniversary with a Special Edition Blu-ray Combo Pack, and to celebrate CineMovie spoke with the original Belle Paige O’Hara who reveals fun behind the scenes moments and her inside knowledge of the new live version of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST starring Emma Watson as Belle.

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Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights Review

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios

This year Halloween Horror Nights was quite a different experience for me as I screamed a lot more than usual. That may be attributed to the fact that I was on crutches with a sprained ankle so the vulernability factor might have played into that. Nonetheless two new mazes were clear winners this year at Universal Studios Hollywood's annual fright fest.

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Britt Robertson Talks 'Mr. Church' Movie and Working with Low-Key Eddie Murphy

Britt Robertson MrChurch Cinemovie interview

Britt Robertson stars in MR. CHURCH, a true story about a man, played by Eddie Murphy, who was hired to cook for a dying mom and her young daughter, and stayed beyond what was required of him. Robertson talks to CineMovie about the movie's challenges and working with Eddie Murphy who taught her a thing or two by observing him off and on set.

MR. CHURCH opens September 16.

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