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'Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars' - New clips!

See clips from the worldpremiere of ABC's "Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars" which airs on March 26th. Emmy Award-nominated Ron Oliver ("Goosebumps," "Kiss Me Deadly") directs from the writting by Heather Conkie (CBC's "Heartland") and Alexandra Clarke ("The Changeling"). Jonathan Hackett ("Aaron Stone") served as producer. Starring are Jennifer Stone ("Wizards of Waverly Place") as Harriet "The Spy" Welsch; Kristin Booth ("This Beautiful City") as Golly; Wesley Morgan ("Degrassi: The Next Generation") as Skander Hill; Doug Murray ("Man of the Year," "Aaron Stone") as Roger Welsch; Shauna MacDonald ("Aaron Stone") as Violetta Welsch; Melinda Shankar ("Degrassi: The Next Generation") as Janie; Alexander Conti ("Cheaper By the Dozen 2") as Sport; Vanessa Morgan ("The Latest Buzz") as Marion Hawthorne; Kiana Madeira (CBC's "Little Mosque on the Prairie") as Rachel; and Aislinn Paul ("Degrassi: The Next Generation") as Beth Ellen.
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DVD Review: Kiss Me Deadly

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Movie Info: Writer: George Schenck Director: Ron Oliver Cast: Shannen Doherty, John Rhys-Davies, Robert Gant Rating: R Studio: Liberation Entertainment Release Info: DVD Release Date: November 18, 2008 Online Availability: Amazon for $22.49 here! is known for being the very first Glbt television network. If you’re looking for gay themed movies and shows then you’ve come to the right place. I could say the [...]
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News Bites: Beethoven, 90210, and PG Porn

Sixteen years ago, we got Beethoven -- not Ludwig, but rather the big ol' St. Bernard. Just in case four sequels and a stint on television wasn't enough for you, The Hollywood Reporter posts that Universal is releasing yet another direct-to-dvd sequel on December 30 -- Beethoven's Big Break. I guess they gave up punning on Ludwig with their titles. But just because it's not going to the big screen doesn't mean you can't see the pup in huge glory -- it seems that a giant Beethoven balloon will be part of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this year. I bet it'll be cuter than the movie.

In other DVD news: Have you ever scoured the DVD shelves, discovered some strange, old film with current stars, and comment on how someone unearthed the crappy flick to make money on the actor's newfound fame? Well, this next bit is something like that.
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