Michael Weston

Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best

In Ryan O’Nan‘s Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, a singer/songwriter teams up with a musical revolutionary in what looks like a quirky bromance complete with some solid music. Spoiler alert: they probably end up beating the best. It stars O’Nan, who also wrote the screenplay, alongside Michael Weston (House M.D.) and Arielle Kebbel (John Tucker Must Die). You can check out the trailer here, but we’ve got a clip that gives an excellent view to the kind of awkward, interpersonal comedy on display. In it, Kyle (Jason Ritter) breaks up the band and agrees to disagree with O’Nan’s Alex. Oscilloscope picked up the movie, so it’ll be in theaters today (9/21). Be on the look out, and see the clip for yourself:


Burn Notice

Last year at Comic-Con, a major announcement came that put every Burn Notice fan into a state of gleeful joy. Matt Nix and co. announced that a prequel movie starring Bruce Campbell as the beloved Sam Axe was in the works and that we would see it sooner rather than later. And after the amazing cliffhanger from this past winter, that sooner can’t come soon enough. Well it looks like our first taste is here because USA Network has released the first trailer (or TV spot rather) for the upcoming TV movie Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe. Check it out after the jump.



House has hired a private investigator to pry into the lives of those who work for him and around him. Using this information, he creates some tension in the hopes of motivating his staff.


Every film that gets a release has an audience somewhere. From Star Wars to Zyzzyx Rd., every movie has a shot. And while Pathology is no Star Wars, it is certainly no Zyzzyx Rd. either.


Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Weston and Alyssa Milano star in Pathology, a sick and twisted new thriller from the writers of Crank. We’ve got six brand new, exclusive photos from the film to share with you.


Lakeshore is making a great effort to get this one out there and get people interested. And there are many of you who should be interested in this film. Don’t come anywhere near me, though, you sick bastards.



The folks at Lakeshore Entertainment have just released a very “unique” look at their upcoming film.

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