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  • INTERVIEW: Friday, 10/13 - 2:30pm ET - Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency - Jade Eshete
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DVD Review: Ex Machina - A Unique and Unnerving Film That Can't Be Missed

Ex MachinaProgrammer Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) is at work when he wins a competition to spend a week with the company's CEO Nathan (Oscar Isaac) at his estate. Odd and reclusive, Nathan is a genius who has been working on a secret study of artificial intelligence and has chosen Caleb to be a part of an experiment. He is expected to evaluate a female android, Ava (Alicia Vikander), and decide if she has a consciousness, but things are not as black and white as he first is led to believe.

The film starts by plopping you right into the meat of the story with Caleb dropped into Nathan's world without much explanation of why other than he won a competition. He has no idea what's coming, and with only that lead up, it helps to make the audience feel as Caleb does. Caleb is not quick to trust the strange and obscenely rich man, who is very unnerving and suspicious at times, which makes you question everything, including even the basis of the test.

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DVD Review: Bitten: The Complete Second Season - Out Today on DVD

Bitten: The Complete Second SeasonBitten was originally advertised as being a series about werewolves, but in the second season the series expands with the introduction of witches to the mix.

The show picks up where season one left off. Elena (Laura Vandervoort) had found Philip (Paul Greene)’s severed head in her bed and now wants revenge. Meanwhile Alpha Jeremy (Greg Bryk) had discovered that James William (James McGowan) was actually his father, Malcolm, who kidnapped werewolf Logan (Michael Xavier)’s human and pregnant girlfriend Rachel (Genelle Williams).

At the start of the second season, the need to find Malcolm only intensifies when the Council of International Alphas comes to Stonehaven and vows to force Jeremy down as Alpha of North America if he does not take care of and kill Malcolm.

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DVD Review: The DUFF - Out Now on Blu-ray & DVD

The DUFFBianca Piper is best friends with two of the popular girls in high school and is content with her ignorance of her place in the social pecking order, until her childhood friend and jock Wes (Robbie Amell) reveals to her at a party that she is the "DUFF" (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) of her group. She's the one that people approach because they feel more comfortable using her for information to find out about her friends. Insulted and no longer oblivious, noticing DUFFs in every social group, Bianca eventually strikes a deal with Wes to help her become more popular and to talk to her crush Toby (Nick Eversman) in return for tutoring him in Chemistry.

The two start to reform a friendship as Wes takes Bianca shopping and instructs her on social interaction with boys, but it's cut short when mean girl Madison (Bella Thorne) finds out about Bianca hanging out with Wes, her on-again-off again ex-boyfriend and makes it her mission to destroy her life.

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DVD review: The Lazarus Effect - on Blu-ray Now

The Lazarus EffectsThe Lazarus Effect follows medical researchers Frank Walton (Mark Duplass) and his fiancée Zoe McConnell (Olivia Wilde) who developed a serum, codenamed "Lazarus," originally intended to extend the time that people can safely be brought back from dying without brain damage. Instead, what they realize they have is a serum to return life to the dead.

Not only that, but after a trial with a dog, they discover it does much more than even they had thought, giving the animal increased brain activity and aggression.

After the company that funded their research is bought out and they seize everything for their unauthorized animal testing, the team decides they must recreate the experiment as proof of their creation, and break back into the lab.

However, before they can complete another resurrection, Zoe is fatally electrocuted during the experiment.

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Advance Review: Killjoys - The Space Adventure That Syfy Has Been Missing

KilljoysIn the future, the planetary unit of the Quad, made up of the planet Qresh and its three moons, is on the verge of an interplanetary war. When someone wants someone arrested or killed, they use the Company to hire what are known as Killjoys, non-biased bounty hunters who hold no allegiance to any government, only the Company.

Killjoys compete for specific types of warrants to earn "joy," their form of currency. They only abide by their code: "The Warrant is All."

Two bounty hunters by the names of Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and John Jaqobis (Aaron Ashmore) pilot The Lucy (voice of Tamsen McDonough), a space craft with a snarky attitude, as they pursue warrants across the Quad, docking on the moon of Westerley, the more run down and lower class of the moons, where they frequent the bar, The Royale. They are eventually joined by John's estranged brother, D'Avin (Luke Macfarlane).

From the start of the premiere episode, it's easy to see the potential in Killjoys. It's a fun sci-fi space adventure, which has been missing from Syfy for a while. Some people have been comparing it to the cult classic Firefly, but although a bit of the main plot sounds similar, it's really its own unique show.

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Advance Review: Defiance Returns with Even Higher Stakes

DefianceTomorrow night the hit series Defiance returns to Syfy for an all-new third season. The show picks up where it left off after last season’s big cliffhanger: Old St. Louis has collapsed on top of the ship where Nolan (Grant Bowler) pulled Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas) into a lifepod. Meanwhile, Christie (Nicole Munoz) and Alak (Jesse Rath) have been kidnapped by Christie’s mother, Pilar (Linda Hamilton), and brother, Quentin (Justin Rain).

The new season brings with it a new alien race, the Omec, which predates all of the other Votan races.

While the town deals with the new visitors, there is also another threat in the form of military leader of the Votanis Collective, General Rahm Tak (Lee Tergesen).

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Advance Review: Dark Matter - A Fun and Kick-Ass Ride

Dark MatterOn June 12th, Syfy premieres the new original space opera, Dark Matter, which is based on the Dark Horse Comics' graphic novel by the same name, by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, who serve as executive producers on the series. The show focuses on the crew of a derelict spacecraft who awaken from stasis with no memory of who they are, where they are, or why they are there. The six crew members, along with the ship's android, must work together to find answers.

The well-written script draws you in, but along with the drama and action, it also contains moments of humor to keep it light. I greatly enjoyed the mystery element in the pilot and the surprises along the way, and can tell from the first episode that the story is one that has staying power, and the characters can be taken a lot of interesting places.

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Advance Review: Stitchers - A Unique Sci-Fi Drama That the Whole Family Can Enjoy

StitchersTuesday night ABC Family premieres its new series Stitchers. The science fiction drama follows Kirsten Clark (Emma Ishta), a brilliant computer science graduate student, who because of a medical condition, is emotionally distant. However, perfect for the job, she is recruited to a secret government agency to the Stitchers program, where after being submersed in a tank of water and connected to computers, she is "stitched" into the minds of the recently deceased to help solve crimes and other mysteries.

She is joined by the neuroscientist Cameron (Kyle Harris) in the program, who becomes her partner of sorts, as he guides her through the memories of the deceased.

The team is led by Maggie (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), and also includes technician Linus (Ritesh Rajan).

Kirsten must also deal with her roommate, Camille (Allison Scagliotti), another computer science grad student, who might be able to assist her.

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Strange Magic - A Modern Fairytale Musical with Classic Themes - Available Now

Strange MagicStrange Magic tells the story of two side by side kingdoms, the Fairy Kingdom and the Dark Forest. Along the border grow magical flowers, which are used for love potions, but the Bog King (Alan Cumming) from the Dark Forest wants them destroyed.

The story follows fairy Marianne (Evan Rachel Wood), who is about to marry fellow fairy Roland (Sam Palladio), until she discovers he is unfaithful and swears off love. Things take a turn for the worse after a love potion is created and her sister (Meredith Anne Bull) is accidentally dosed and then kidnapped. Eventually she goes head to head with the Bog King, who may not be as evil as he seems.

The story is a romance with classic themes: a princess melts the heart of a monster; the beast can get the beauty. While the story is very cliche at times, it still should be enjoyable to a younger audience or someone looking for a happily ever-after fairytale.

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DVD Review: Broadchurch: The Complete Second Season - A Gripping Mystery That Keeps You Guessing

BroadchurchSeason two of BBC America's award-winning mystery drama series Broadchurch picks up right where the first season finale left off: Detective Ellie Miller (Olivia Colemans)'s husband Joe (Matthew Gravelle) has been arrested after confessing to the murder of local boy Danny Latimer (Oskar McNamara). Miller and the town struggle to accept that fact and move past it as they face the trial that will continue to tear everyone apart.

Rather than a new mystery, the second season delves into the original murder case of the two girls that Detective Alec Hardy (David Tennant) couldn't solve, that was only touched upon in season one, when a key witness returns to Broadchurch seeking Hardy's help.

The new whodunnit, created by Chris Chibnall, is just as thrilling and gripping as season one and really pulls you into the investigation. The script is beautifully written and performed brilliantly. Tennant and Coleman especially fit their roles perfectly. It's fun to watch the two detectives banter back and forth. Andre Buchan and Jodie Whittaker as Mark and Beth Latimer and Charlotte Beaumont as their daughter Chloe are very believable as the grieving family. Arthur Darvill also returns as Reverend Paul Coates and is excellent in the role.

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