Fans of The House of the Devil, here's your chance at a once in a lifetime opportunity. Join host Kenny Caperton on Saturday, November 2nd in Lakeville, Connecticut for a very special one-night only 10th Anniversary event ...a screening of The House of the Devil at the actual HOUSE OF THE DEVIL.
Halloween will still be lingering in the crisp New England air and the ground will be covered with beautiful Fall leaves - the perfect setting. Kenny will be doing a tour of the house inside and outside and the graveyard where Megan gets killed and where the ending takes place. Then a screening of the film directly in front of the house on an outdoor movie screen. Tickets are very limited - don't miss this amazing opportunity. This is a once in a lifetime event for all fans of The House of the Devil.
• Location: The House of the Devil - Lakeville, CT• Time: House tour at 5:00pm / movie screening at 6:30pm• Admission: $50 per person one-time only event / limited admission
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On Set Cinema is an ongoing film series that takes fandom a step further with rare movie screenings of cult favorites and horror classics at their actual filming locations. Created by Kenny Caperton, who lives in a life-size replica of Michael Myers' house from John Carpenter's original Halloween.
ON SET CINEMA - Upcoming Screenings:• Friday, September 6, 2019: It Follows Detroit, MI• Saturday, September 7, 2019: It Follows Detroit, MI• Saturday, October 5, 2019: I Know What You Did Last Summer Southport, NC• Saturday, Nov 2, 2019: The House of the Devil Lakeville, CT• Saturday, Nov 16, 2019: The Prowler 1981 Cape May, NJ• Sun, Dec 1, 2019: The Shining Gov't Camp, OR SOLD OUT!
We all know there's only so close you can get to a movie when you're watching it at home from the couch ...but what if you could step into the screen for a moment? Watch movies like Empire Records, The Strangers and Twilight at the actual spots where a lot of the action takes place - whether that's inside a small town department store where Sarah Michelle Gellar ran for her life in I Know What You Did Last Summer or at a California mansion where Sidney Prescott and Billy Loomis face off during the climax of Scream, On Set Cinema takes you there.
The folks behind the daily online show Stars in the House, a series hosted by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley that features stage and screen actors singing and performing live from home to benefit The Actors Fund’s COVID-19 efforts, are adding Plays in the House to its line-up, matching performers and plays for livestream readings.
First up: a one-time only reunion of the original The Heidi Chronicles Broadway cast of the Wendy Wasserstein Tony- and Pulitzer-winning play: Joan Allen, Cynthia Nixon, Peter Friedman, Boyd Gaines, Ellen Parker, Joanne Camp, Anne Lange and Drew McVety.
The Heidi Chronicles will open the new Plays series today at 2 p.m. ET on the Stars in the House livestream channel. This one-time only Heidi event has been granted permission from André Bishop and Ben Wasserstein.
A new episode of Plays in the House will stream every Wednesday and Saturday at 2 p.m. – Broadway’s matinee time – beginning today and ending when Broadway reopens after the coronavirus shutdown. This Saturday, April 4, Plays in the House will feature The Tale of the Allergist's Wife starring playwright and original cast member Charles Busch. Additional casting will be announced.
Future play readings will star Harvey Fierstein, Tony Shaloub, Brooke Adams and more. Director/writer Peter Flynn serves as the online reading coordinator for this series.
With the exceptions of the Plays in the House Wednesday and Saturday afternoon timeslots, the Stars in the House series will continue its twice-daily shows 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. ET, with its mix of stage and screen star guests. This week, Stars in the House is featuring TV reunion episodes, with tonight’s show bringing together – remotely – the cast of Frasier: Kelsey Grammer, Peri Gilpin, David Hyde Pierce, Jane Leeves and Dan Butler. Earlier reunions this week included casts and creatives of Taxi and This is Us.
In addition to its twice-daily streamings the episodes are recorded for subsequent viewings on the channel, audio of Stars in the House is broadcast daily at various times on SiriusXM channels Volume channel 106 and On Broadway channel 72.
Plays in the House will not broadcast on SiriusXM.
Since the first episode on March 16, Stars in the House has raised more than $120,000 to benefit The Actors Fund.
Better Call Saul is a show with range. Some characters like Jimmy/Saul lie constantly, others like Mike tell the truth to a fault. With that in mind, our coverage this season will be structured as a collection of true and false statements about each episode. Welcome to Better Call Saul Truth And Lies.
TRUTH — Kim is approaching the danger zone
Kim Wexler is no angel. Not in full, at least. She's just a lady with a devil and an angel on her shoulder like everyone else. The angel tries hard, though. It really does. It wants to do pro bono work and help an old rascal keep his house even though the company she represents wants it bulldozed. The problem she runs into is that, when the angel encounters a little resistance, she'll turn right over toward the devil and say “Well, what do you got?” The devil is usually wearing a bright dress shirt and carrying a yellow coffee mug and sometimes has the whole apartment smelling like curry as part of an archaeology ruse. I think you see where I'm going with this.
That's where we are here. Kim turned to Jimmy for help saving Everett's house. It's going well in some ways Everett is still there and bad in others she's, uh, working with shady criminals who have suggestions like “What if we kidnap your client and drag him out to the desert?”. It's not been great for her psyche, though. You can tell this is true because of the scene near the end, the one where her boss, Rich, sniffed out the whole scheme and called her on it after trying to be diplomatic at first. That was uncomfortable.
It was even worse because I couldn't tell exactly what she was feeling. Was she pushing her chips all-in on the lie, calling Rich's bluff publicly and loudly as a last-ditch attempt to save it? Or was it a deeper, more unsettling thing, where Kim was more mad that Rich thinks she is capable of doing the underhanded thing she is very much doing? “How dare you accuse me of doing something I just did?” That's when you know you're in too deep, when you're lashing out in denial in front of a dozen people at work. It would mean she's just yelling at herself, really.
Kim is approaching a dangerous area. Her boss is already looking at her with suspicion. She's smiling at pictures of horses that imply Kevin from Mesa Verde has a vulnerable spot she can exploit. She's having conversations where Jimmy is the voice of reason, for the love of God. If that doesn't tell you she's on a bad path, I don't know what does.
LIE — This will end well
As we've discussed many times, there are really only three potential outcomes for Kim in all of this:
She dies or goes to prison between now and Breaking Bad
She and Jimmy break up between now and Breaking Bad
They remain together but he never mentions her a single...