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Ray Santiago Hints At Possible Death for Pablo in ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ Season 2

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Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago and the evil dead return for “‘Ash vs Evil Dead” Season 2 on Starz Sunday, October 2. Who will make it out alive from the demon apocalypse? Actor Ray Santiago teases his character Pablo may not be so lucky. The “Ash vs Evil Dead” star is also talking to CineMovie about what’s coming up in Season 2 and working with new cast member Lee Majors. Add a comment

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Gordon Ramsay Explains Why He's Tougher on Hell's Kitchen vs MasterChef

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Even off camera, Gordon Ramsay is a tough cookie as we caught a moment with the "Hell's Kitchen" host joking with his staff before our interview started. We all know he runs a tight ship as a man of many hats, and CineMovie sat down with the chef, restauranteur and television personality to talk about why his job calls for tough love. 

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'The Magnificent Seven' 2016 Movie Review: Remake Doesn't Reinvent The Western Nor Diversity

The Magnificent Seven movie review

All I remember of the 1960 version of THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN was that it was heavy on the testosterone and it featured a great cast featuring many Latinos. The remake with Antoine Fuqua lives up to testosterone-heavy action and the cast is phenomenal. What's bothersome of the updated version is that the original American film's setting is a Mexican village, but for the update, the town is white-washed. The consolation prize is that there is one Mexican among the Magnificent Seven. At least no white actor went brown-faced to play a Mexican like Eli Wallach did in the John Sturges movie.  Times are a changing but not by much. 

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

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“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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