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DVD and Blu-ray Picks for June 17 - 23

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Criterion is really cranking them out this week, while two of the best films of the year also hit Blu-ray this week, along with one of Netflix’s most buzzed-about shows. Not a bad haul.

'House of Cards' Season 2 Trailer Shows Kevin Spacey Back in Machiavelli...

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Has it been a year since House of Cards hit Netflix and revolutionized the possibilities of Netflix's television arm? The David Fincher-produced series stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, and more than Lilyhammer suggested that the service could compete with networks like AMC and FX with some smart original programming (and resurrections of shows like Arrested...

ScreenCrave's Top 5 Best TV Shows of 2013

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Who made the cut for the Best TV Shows of 2013? ScreenCrave's writers hashed it out and decided on five series that went above and beyond this year. We were looking for interesting story arcs, great performances and solid writing. A lot of shows stood out but the following group were in a league of their own.

News Roundup: 'House Of Cards' Season 2 Trailer, 'Sin City 2' Teaser...

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One of the most anticipated shows of 2014 is, without a doubt, House Of Cards. The Netflix original series has gotten a lot of love lately – earlier this week if was nominated for four Golden Globes as well as other prestigious awards. A new, full-length trailer has hit the web, check it out below. Also, a teaser poster for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For has been released. We...

News Roundup: 'Nymphomaniac' Gets Two New Posters, James Franco Wants An...

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Two new posters have arrived for Lars von Trier's 4-hour, two-part epic Nymphomaniac. Both parts are set to his theaters next year. See the posters below. Also, James Franco has ramped up his Oscar campaign for Spring Breakers with a video. We also have updates on Fifty Shades of Grey, Universal's Daughter of Smoke and Bone, and Louis C.K.'s...

The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Award Winners

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If you’re like most sane people, you spent Sunday night mocking the almost ghoulishly awful series finale of Dexter (Incompetent plotting!  CGI hurricanes!  Unfortunate beards!) and reveling in the gloriously excellent penultimate episode of Breaking Bad.  Thus, this post is for you, the people who didn’t waste their time watching the 65th...

Emmys 2013: 'Breaking Bad,' Mad Men' and Elisabeth Moss Lead the...

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The 2013 Emmy Nominations are in, and like every award season there are some nice sneaky nominations, a lot of old favorites, nominations for things that are going away, and startling omissions. Mad Men, 30 Rock and Breaking Bad are all represented, naturally, but so is the Netflix original series House...

News Roundup: First Look At Josh Brolin In 'Sin City' Sequel, Chocolate...

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Robert Rodriquez is busy filming his Sin City sequel, but he found some time to release some photos of Josh Brolin in character. This is the first look we get of Brolin as Dwight, and he looks like a mad man on a mission. Also, Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint is going into television. He's been cast to play a Kick-Ass-type superhero on a CBS pilot called...

David Fincher's 'House of Cards' Trailer: 'There are Two Kinds of Pain'

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House of Cards is almost here. It's the new project from David Fincher (and the studio Media Rights Capital), which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. It looks like the whole season will be made live this Friday, and we can't wait to see if Netflix's grand experiment works. Will we find a whole new way to look at television? All evidence suggests that the entire TV...

'House of Cards' Trailer: David Fincher and Kevin Spacey's Netflix TV Show

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Is Netflix the new HBO? It could be. The home video rental agency that destroyed Blockbuster has been pursuing online shows as part of its Netflix Instant lineup. First there was Lilyhammer, which didn't get much traction, but in February we're getting House of Cards from the studio Media Rights Capital, which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin...