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Hollywood'sDearly Departed Tourspresents the Nasty Nellie Oleson Tour, hosted byLittle House on the Prairievet Alison Arngrim, starting at4:30 todayin Hollywood.In Plain Sight vet Mary McCormack s...
August 24, 2013 :: 9:22 PM
Hollywood’sDearly Departed Tourspresents the Nasty Nellie Oleson Tour, hosted byLittle House on the Prairievet Alison Arngrim, starting at4:30 todayin Hollywood.
In Plain Sight vet Mary McCormack stars in tonight’s Lifetime cable movie Escape from Polygamy, aka Ryder and Julina. The drama examines a young couple in love as they try to flee from a religious cult to start their new lives together. She is joined by Jobs costar William Mapother, Memphis Beat‘s Sam Hennings and Haley Lu Richardson.
McCormack’s In Plain Sight costar Frederick Weller has completed the crime thriller Bad Country, directed by The Boondock Saints producer Chris Brinker. Based on a true story, the Louisiana-set plot looks at a detective’s pursuit of an organized crime contract killer who eventually becomes an informant. Joining Weller are Spiderman‘s Willem Dafoe, Shameless alum Amy Smart, Matt Dillon and Inception‘s Tom Berrenger.
Former Miami Vice Executive Producer Michael Mann’s rarely seen early career film The Keep will be screened tonight at Cinefamily on Fairfax. The 1983 supernatural thriller has never been released on DVD and will be shown tonight at midnight and tomorrow at 10:15 p.m.
Featuring impressive cinematography and a score by Tangerine Dream, the picture details a group of Nazis who get bitch-slapped by karma when they mistakenly release a demonic force. Something even more terrifying than Honey Boo Boo on go-go juice. The Keep is based on F. Paul Wilson’s novel and stars a pre-Silence of the Lambs Scott Glenn, Dune‘s Jurgen Prochnow, Mrs. Doubtfire‘s Robert Protsky and, before he was pulled to the role of Magneto in X-Men, Ian McKellen.