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Blu-ray Review: Jurassic World Dominion - A Fun Culmination of Both Trilogies

TJurassic World Dominionoday Jurassic World Dominion comes to 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD.

The third and final film in the Jurassic World trilogy, and the sixth in the overall Jurassic Park franchise, the film picks up four years after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom where dinosaurs freely roam the earth, living among humans. The story follows Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), who now are secretly raising Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon), the clone/daughter of Charlotte Lockwood (daughter of John Hammond’s partner Benjamin Lockwood) as their own daughter in a cabin in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, keeping her safe from all that would want to exploit her. When mercenaries capture her and Velociraptor Blue’s baby, Claire and Owen must work to save her.

Meanwhile in Texas, Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), from the original film franchise, has been tracking swarms of giant locusts that are wreaking havoc on crops, putting the food supply of the entire country in danger. Discovering that the company Biosyn is involved, she brings in Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) to help her infiltrate the sanctuary to find proof. They enlist help of Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), who now works for Biosyn, rounding out the trio from the original films’ cast.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Scott Haze Talks What Josiah Saw, Now Available on Shudder

Scott HazeThe Shudder Original, What Josiah Saw, which premiered on the streaming network earlier in the month, tells the story of a family at their farmhouse who confront long-buried secrets that have damaged their family. The film stars Scott Haze (Jurassic World DominionVenom) as Thomas Graham, who recently spoke with SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview.

The actor was attracted to the story from the beginning. “I read the script eight years ago, and I liked it so much because of how bold it was that I came on board,” Haze told the site.

He also told SciFi Vision that he was involved behind the scenes as well, and had been for quite some time. “I helped put the film together alongside Vincent Grashaw,” said the actor. “That's why I'm an EP on the film, as I helped secure a lot of the financing for the film. So, I was very adamant about continuing forth in the journey. Obviously, it's been seven years. We had a lot of different obstacles that we had to face in getting this movie made, but Vincent never gave up; I never gave up, and here we are seven years later, and it's pretty cool.”

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Video Interview: AGT Finalists Moving on from Week 1 of Live Performances + Howie Mandel & Heidi Klum

AGTLast Tuesday was the first live show for NBC’s America’s Got Talent, and eleven acts performed, with two being voted to the next round. The two were revealed on Wednesday that were moving forward. The first lucky performer moving forward was revealed to be Drake Milligan, the country music singer from Fort Worth Texas, whose audition song, the original “Sounds Like Something I’d Do,” soared to #1 on the iTunes Country Singles Chart, and the video hit #1 on the iTunes Country Video Chart. The other artist to move on was saxophone player from Atlanta, Georgia, Avery Dixon, who was previously awarded the Golden Buzzer by Terry Crews.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Director Scott Mann on Filming Fall at 2000 Feet

FallThe film Fall from Lionsgate, which was recently released in theaters,tells the story of best friends Becky (Grace Caroline Currey) and Hunter (Virginia Gardner) who are stranded after climbing to the top of an abandoned two-thousand-foot radio tower.

The idea for the film, according to director and co-writer Scott Mann, who spoke to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview, came from a fear of heights. “Myself and cowriter Johnathan [Frank] were actually on a shoot on top of a football (ie soccer) stadium of all places for a film we were shooting in London,” said the director, referencing his film that is now on Netflix, Final Score. “I remember, we were just aware of being on this small space at a real height with a sheer drop, and just the kind of fear of that, and how there's something in that more than just a gag or a stunt. I mean, it felt like there was more to be had, with this fear of heights or fear of falling thing…I do think there is an inner kind of fear in all of us about height. It's a very universal fear that we have. So, it was trying to use that as the core of the whole film and build a whole film around it and really use that to its maximum kind of different tones, the different palette of fun you could have. So, that was what it started at. I guess that and the combination of wanting to do something that really used film theater for what it's supposed to be used for and really kind of stand out in that environment and immerse you in that environment. So, that kind of fed through it too.” Mann added that they wanted the experience to feel more like a theme park ride.

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Exclusive: The Sandman's Ferdinand Kingsley on Playing Hob Through the Centuries, Working with Sturridge, Doctor Who, & More

***Note that the following interview contains slight spoilers for episode six.***

Ferdinand KingsleyRecently, Netflix premiered the highly-anticipated series The Sandman, based on the comics written by Neil Gaiman of the same name. The series follows the Sandman, aka Dream, who rules the Dreaming realm. When Dream is captured for a century, it not only affects his world, but the waking world as well. Dream must go on a quest to return what was stolen from him and repair the two worlds.

While visiting with his sister, Death (Kirby Howell-Baptiste), in 1389, they overhear a man in the tavern, Hob Gadling (Ferdinand Kingsley), declare that he will never die, because he chooses not to. Intrigued, Death grants him immortality. Dream tells Hob to meet him in one hundred years. Every century the two men meet in a pub to discuss what Hob continues to live for.

Kingsley recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his time working on the series.

The actor was already familiar with the comic series when he took on the role. “I've got an older brother who is a huge fan, was a huge Sandman fan when he was a teenager, when we were growing up. He's six years older than me, so from when I was about nine or ten onwards, it was sort of always around,” Kingsley told the site.

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Interview: Terry Crews Joins Tales of The Walking Dead, Tonight on AMC

***Note that the following interview contains spoilers for tonight’s premiere episode***

Terry CrewsTonight, the highly-anticipated anticipated episodic anthology series in the universe of The Walking Dead, called Tales of the Walking Dead, premiered on AMC and AMC+. In the premiere episode, Joe (Terry Crews), an end of the world prepper, has isolated himself except for chatting with others through the internet. When he ventures outside his safe haven, he meets Evie (Olivia Munn), who still sees the beauty in the world. The two clash but must work together if they are to survive the apocalypse.

On Thursday, Crews talked to SciFi Vision during a roundtable with the press about what surprised him most about working on the franchise, which is how hard it would be. “A tremendous amount of effort goes into every episode,” explained the actor. “We only had ten days to do a full movie. We went twelve hours every day, and, I mean, it was basically me and Olivia in every scene. Thank God we were playing the apocalypse, because it felt like it. We were so exhausted and so tired, but that's what you want to be. The way I look at it is if you’re playing in the Super Bowl, you want to get dirty, bloody, messed up. If you come out of the Super Bowl with a clean uniform, did you ever play? This is what I knew coming in, that this was going to be a challenge, because you're playing the end of the world and the zombie apocalypse, and I didn't want it to be easy, but I was shocked at how hard it would be.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Connor Jessup on Season 3 of Locke & Key

Connor JessupThe third and final season of the hit series Locke & Key, based on the comic book series of the same name by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, recently premiered on Netflix. At the end of season two, Eden brought back Captain Frederick Gideon using the Echo Key. In season three, the Locke family must not only stop Gideon from taking the keys but deal with an old foe. Recently, Connor Jessup, who stars as Tyler Locke, spoke with SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview.

At the end of season two, aging out of magic, due to grief over the death of his girlfriend, Tyler made the choice to not use the Memory Key, knowing he would forget magic. “He just wants to in every way, emotionally, mentally, [and] physically, get away,” Jessup told SciFi Vision. “Season three, there's a bit of a time jump, and we meet him in Wisconsin, and he doesn't remember magic at all. So, he's totally separate from his family, and even when he’s reunited with them, he can't remember anything that they've been through together in the last couple years. So, he's on the outside, and he's confused. He doesn't understand what they're going through and what's going on, and why it seems like something is wrong.”

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Video Interview: The Sandman's Jenna Coleman, Gwendoline Christie, & Kirby Howell-Baptiste

Jenna Coleman, Gwendoline Christie, and Kirby Howell-BaptisteRecently, Netflix premiered its highly anticipated series The Sandman, based on the comic series written by Neil Gaiman. When the Sandman (Tom Sturridge) aka Dream, is held captive and kept from the world of the Dreaming for a century, it causes havoc in the waking world as well. Dream must go on a quest to retrieve that which was stolen from him and mend both worlds. Dream meets different characters along the way, including Lucifer (Gwendoline Christie), when he enters Hell to retrieve his helm from a demon, and Johanna Constantine (Jenna Coleman), who can help him find his sand. He also gets some advice from his sister, Death (Kirby Howell-Baptist).

Recently, SciFi Vision spoke with the three actresses during a press roundtable where we asked them about balancing what they pull from the source material and script versus what they are able to add creatively.

“I feel like we've been very, very true,” Coleman told SciFi Vision. “…Particularly in the comic book, for me, the interaction with Mad Hetti (Clare Higgins) on screen, it just felt like literally [a] mirror image. So, I found that very, very, very thrilling. I think our version of Johanna Constantine is, obviously, visually very different from the comic book, but otherwise, I feel like that episode in particular is very, very true to the source.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Julie Ann Emery Talks Five Days at Memorial, Premiering Today on Apple TV+

Julie Ann EmeryLooking for something to stream this weekend? Do not miss Five Days at Memorial, which premieres today on Apple TV+. Based on actual events chronicled by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sheri Fink, the new limited series dramatizes the impact of Hurricane Katrina on a New Orleans hospital and the harrowing aftermath. The early episodes play like a disaster film as the staff and patients hunkered down to ride out the storm. When the levees broke, Memorial Hospital was surrounded by water with no power, water or evacuation plan. Facing horrific conditions and with no good options, exhausted doctors and nurses made impossible decisions about how to care for and comfort their patients. When it was all over, 45 bodies were recovered from the hospital, triggering a criminal investigation. Ultimately, Five Days at Memorial offers a compelling ethical discussion and powerful indictment of the corporate and government institutions that failed New Orleans.

The first three episodes premiere on Apple TV+ today, with new episodes every Friday through September 16. Produced and written by Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel) and John Ridley (12 Years a Slave), the series stars Cherry Jones, Vera Farmiga, Robert Pine, Adepero Oduye, Cornelius Smith, Jr., W. Earl Brown, and Julie Ann Emery.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Nick Stahl Talks What Josiah Saw

Nick StahlThe third feature film from Vincent Grashaw, What Josiah Saw tells the story of a damaged family reuniting after two decades at a remote family farmhouse, bringing long buried secrets to light. Nick Stahl, who stars as Eli Graham, recently spoke to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the film.

Stahl liked the character from the beginning. “I just really loved Eli's storyline,” the actor told SciFi Vision. “I liked the idea of playing this guy who the odds were kind of stacked against him, and he's ultimately kind of, I'd say, misunderstood and is just carrying a heavy load in the beginning of the story. He kind of goes through this little journey that he is not necessarily on board with and he's just kind of playing the hand he was dealt. All those all those elements I thought were challenging [and] fun to play.”

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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!

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