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danneel-harris-ackles-retired-at-35-jonathan-mcclain.jpgTVLand comedy “Retired at 35″ returns for Season 2 next week, and this season, David (Johnathan McClain) may have met his match when Danneel Ackles joins the show — and Zap2it has your first look photo of her character, Jenn.

After a few years on “One Tree Hill,” Ackles was looking to trade in teen angst for some laughs, and has sought out comedic roles —… Continue reading First look: 'One Tree Hill' star Danneel Ackles on 'Retired at 35' Season 2

‘Shelter’ cast grows: Will ‘One Tree Hill’ scribe Mark Schwahn have another hit?

shelter-casting-new-eko-elizabeth.jpgSay what you will about “One Tree Hill’s” often outlandish storylines and occasionally overwrought melodrama, but when it comes down to it, a network television drama that lasts nine years is nothing to shake a stick at. It’s no surprise that The CW is looking to stay in business with creator Mark Schwahn, whose J.J. Abrams-produced pilot “Shelter” is a contender for the fall schedule.

One… Continue reading 'Shelter' cast grows: Will 'One Tree Hill' scribe Mark Schwahn have another hit?

‘Glee’ spoilers: Brittany and Santana, sitting in a tree…

glee-brittania-santana-brittany.jpgBrittania fans, your dreams are about to come true: the “Glee” couple of Brittany and Santana are about to do something very normal for two people in a relationship, but thus far has not been show on the FOX series — KISS.

According to E! Online, the upcoming Valentine’s Day… Continue reading 'Glee' spoilers: Brittany and Santana, sitting in a tree...

Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast: The Wicker Tree

A story as relevant as yesterday’s headlines, or too late a tale? Some thirty years ago, Cinefantastique hailed Robin Hardy’s The Wicker Man as “the Citizen Kane of horror,” lauding the Anthony Shaffer-scripted story of a god-fearing police detective trying to solve a mystery within a community of Scottish pagans for its bold eroticism and cunning narrative. Now, Hardy has taken his own novel, Cowboys for Christ, and