32 search results for Woman's World

  • James-franco-walks-the-red-carpet-at-the-los-angeles-premiere-of-127-hours_home_top_story

    Standing ovation and another medical issue at '127 Hours' LA premiere

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Nov 4, 2010

    Plus: Check out five clips of Danny Boyle's latest triumph
  • Ms-marvel_612x380_home_top_story

    Marvel introducing first female Muslim-American superhero

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Nov 6, 2013

    Newest incarnation of 'Ms Marvel' has a teenage girl taking on the mantle
  • Revenge_home_top_story

    Review: It's getting hella crazy, so why is 'Revenge' so addictive?

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Dec 3, 2012

    Amanda and Jack's relationship isn't the only dysfunctional one
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    'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' recap: 'Press Down and Strip Bare'

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Dec 31, 2012

    Things get skeevy when Phaedra, Apollo, Cynthia and Peter head to a strip club
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    Slamdance 2012 announces competition lineup

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Dec 14, 2011

    Park City festival will host thirteen world premieres
  • Prisoner: The Complete Series

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

    Includes:The Prisoner: The Arrival (1967) The Prisoner: The General (1967) The Prisoner: Dance of the Dead (1967) The Prisoner: Profits from Poison (1967) The Prisoner: Hammer into the Anvil (1967) The Prisoner: A Change of Mind (1967) The Prisoner: Checkmate (1967) The Prisoner: It's Your Funeral (1967) The Prisoner: Many Happy Returns (1967) The Prisoner: The Schizoid Man (1967) The Prisoner: The Chimes of Big Ben (1967) The Prisoner: Free for All (1967) The Prisoner: A, B & C (1967) The Prisoner: Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling (1968) The Prisoner: The Girl Who Was Death (1968) The Prisoner: Fallout (1968) The Prisoner: Once upon a Time (1968) The Prisoner: Living in Harmony (1968) The Prisoner: The Lost Episode (1968) The Prisoner: The Arrival Having been kidnapped and drugged after resigning his position, a British intelligence agent (Patrick McGoohan) awakens in the Village (a mysterious, Orwellian community). Now known as Number Six, he is expected to provide information to the enigmatic Number Two (Guy Doleman) if he ever hopes to escape the Village and return home. Things take an even more perplexing turn when Cobb (Paul Eddington), an old friend of Number Six, suddenly shows up...and just as suddenly kills himself. In one of her last appearances, (Virginia Maskell) guest-stars as "the Woman." "The Arrival" was co-written by series producer David Tomblin and George Markstein. This inaugural episode of The Prisoner first aired in England on October 1, 1967, and in America on June 1, 1968. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Prisoner: The General The fine line between knowledge and insight becomes a battleground in this episode of the classic British television series The Prisoner. Number Six (Patrick McGoohan) becomes aware of a strange new innovation created by scientists in the Village -- a type of brain implant that allows the subject to readily absorb information, but eliminates their ability to process their own thoughts. The role of Number Two is played in this episode by Colin Gordon, with Betty McDowell and John Castle heading up the supporting players. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide The Prisoner: Dance of the Dead In this episode of the allegorical television series The Prisoner, No. 6 (Patrick McGoohan) discovers a new sort of danger has come to the Village, while a carnival attempts to distract the villagers from their gloom. No. 6 recognizes a new resident, and learns that he is being tortured by No. 2 (Marn Morris) in order to learn the truth about No. 6 and his past. As both No. 6 and the newcomer are subjected to interrogation to find out what they know, a body washes up on the beach, which No. 6 discovers has a radio in his pocket. Will he be able to get the radio to work and find out what's happanmed in the outside world? And can he somehow send a signal to the people outside the Village about his plight? ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide The Prisoner: Profits from Poison No synopsis available. The Prisoner: Hammer into the Anvil Written by Roger Woddis, this episode of The Prisoner guest stars Patrick Cargill (also seen in the previous episode "Free for All") as super sadistic New Number Two. Delighting in tormenting the villagers, Number Two drives at least one of them, Number 73 (Hilary Dwyer), to suicide. Hoping to avenge the woman's death, Number Six begins his own campaign of psychological warfare, utilizing such "weapons" as his collection of Bizet recordings! In addition to resembling an installment of the much later CBS series, Survivor, this episode also predates American Gladiators by offering an "extreme sport" known as Kosho. Originally slated as the 14th episode of The Prisoner, "Hammer into the Anvil" was seen as episode number 10 when it first aired in England on December 10, 1967. It was placed in its original chronology for American television, where it was first seen on August 31, 1968. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Prisoner: A Change of Mind First broadcast in Engla
  • Hannibal-bryan-fuller-part-1_home_top_story

    'Hannibal' producer Bryan Fuller on cannibal cuisine, renewal and more

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Jun 19, 2013

    How did the 'Pushing Daisies' creator avoid cloning previous Hannibal Lecter adaptations?
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    Recap: 'Lost' 6.15 'Across The Sea' offers explanations... but too many?

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

    A major piece of the show's mythology is exposed and fans debate what they've learned
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    On The Screen (1.30.09)

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Jan 30, 2009

    Renee Zellweger, Liam Neeson, French schoolkids, and another Asian horror remake all open today
  • Rec_3_sxsw_midnighters_announcement_home_top_story

    SXSW rounds out its 2012 slate with Midnights including 'Rec 3' and 'V/H/S'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Feb 8, 2012

    Clive Owen, Paul Giamatti, Jessica Biel... and Nazis on the moon?