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Midnight Texas finally makes its big premiere!

MIDNIGHT, TEXAS — “Bad Moon Rising” Episode 102 — Pictured: (l-r) Peter Mensah as Lemuel, Arielle Kebbel as Olivia, Sarah Ramos as Creek, Francois Arnaud as Manfred — (Photo by: Ursula Coyote/NBC)
 This past Monday, July 24, “Midnight Texas” finally premiered on NBC.  The story centers around the remote Texas town of Midnight, Texas where being normal is really quite strange and only outsiders fit in.  It is a safe haven for those who are different.  When a powerful psychic arrives along with the murder of one of their own, that safety is threatened from suspicious cops, deadly biker gangs, and their own dangerous pasts.  Based on the New York Times best-selling book series Midnight, Texas by Charlaine Harris, author of the novels that inspired, “True Blood”, Eclipse Magazine had the delight of getting a sneak preview days before the premiere.  Now that the show has finally revealed the pilot episode, let’s take a look at what the cast and crew have shared and what we can expect to see this upcoming season.

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Cinemax Continues Shift To Respectability With Susan Seidleman’s Musical Chairs!

Susan Seidelman’s critically acclaimed Musical Chairs is set to premiere on Cinemax of Friday at 6:55/5:55C and is now available on MAX GO until March 31st.

Musical chairs is a blend of drama, dance and romance set in contemporary New York, where ‘a pair of unlikely lovers must face a number of challenges, both separately and together, before finding one another–and themselves.’ Set in the world of competitive dancing, Armando, a handyman, and Mia, an Upper East Side princess, must find a way to achieve their dreams in spite his background and a tragic accident puts her in a wheelchair for life. For more, check out the press release following the jump.

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Friends with Kids – Just Seen It Movie Review

Julie’s biological clock is ticking, so she convinces her best friend, Jason to father a child with her. Unlike their married friends, they have an easier time as parents without the complication of being in a relationship. But as they start to date other people, they find their special arrangement unraveling.

Starring Jennifer Westfeldt, Adam Scott and Maya Rudolph.
Directed by Jennifer Westfeldt.
Written by Jennifer Westfeldt.
Produced by Joshua Astrachan, Riza Aziz, Jon Hamm, Jake Kasdan and Joey McFarland.
Genre: Romantic Comedy.

John Carter – Just Seen It Movie Review

John Carter is a civil war veteran who awakes to find himself on another planet. But he soon finds out the inhabitants are bracing for war. After saving her life, her falls in love with a princess while trying to stop a deadly conflict.

Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe.
Directed by: Andrew Stanton.
Written by Andrew Stanton and Mark Andrews.
Produced by Lindsey Collins, Jim Morris and Colin Wilson.
Genre: Sci-Fi Fantasy Action Thriller.

A Thousand Words – Just Seen It Review

Jack is a fast talking agent with a beautiful family and great career. But when a tree in his yard loses a leaf for every word he speaks, he is convinced that when the tree is bare, he will die. Jack tries to navigate his world without speaking while trying to save his own life.

Starring Eddie Murphy, Cliff Curtis and Kerry Washington.
Directed by Brian Robbins.
Written by Steve Koren.
Produced By Nicolas Cage, Alain Chabat, Stephanie Danan and Norman Golightly.
Genre: Broad Comedy.

21 Jump Street – Just Seen It Review


Schmidt and Jenko are friends and rookie cops who mess up their first arrest. So they are transferred to a special division that sends them back to high school to bust a drug ring. But trying to fit in as students while tracking down the drug source proves more difficult than they imagined.

Starring Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum and Ice Cube.
Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Written by Michael Bacall.
Produced by Stephen J. Cannell and Neal H. Moritz.
Genre: Action Comedy.

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