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Great dramas, comedies, concert specials and more illustrate the pay cable channel's sweep
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HBO hit series starring Anna Paquin and Steven Moyer
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One player returns from Redemption and the Merge arrives
The fifth season is on DVD as folks start gearing up for the sixth's premiere on TV.
The complete second season of the smash hit vampire series
A one hit wonder who's struggling to get his career back on track encounters a sexy fan whose dangerous obsession could prove his undoing in this thriller starring Billy Zane and Estella Warren. Back in the 1980s, Mikey Taylor (Zane) was topping the charts, and bottoming out. Mikey was completely out of control, but twenty years later he's sober, married, and finally poised to reclaim his fame. Gifted demo singer Matty (Warren) is a big fan with an amazing voice, but shortly after hiring her Mikey begins to sense that something is deeply wrong. The closer Matty gets to Mikey, the more she plies him with sex, drugs, and alcohol. Every day is a struggle for Mikey, and eventually the allure of his sexy new protÃ©gÃ© becomes too powerful to resist. But Matty is insatiable, and little does Mikey realize that he's just become ensnared in her treacherous web of lies, lust, and temptation. Should he fail to break free before he hits rock bottom, one hit wonder Mikey will likely wind up six feet under. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
The Living Coffin is a Mexican filmization of that old Edgar Allan Poe standby The Premature Burial. A seriously ill woman is terrified that she'll be buried while in a comatose state. To avoid this contingency, she has an alarm installed inside her coffin (indicating that someone involved with this film had seen the 1931 Paramount chiller Murder by the Clock). It comes to pass that the woman is indeed declared dead, planted six feet under, and.....hoo hoo hah hah HAAAAH! The legendary B-flick showman/huckster K. Gordon Murray filmed The Living Coffin in 1958 under the title El Grito de la Muerte; it didn't make the American rounds until 1965 (talk about rising from the dead!) ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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