"All My Children" recap (May 27-31): You're Gonna Love Me

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Greetings Binxians. Last week’s All My Children was a blaze of glory, culminating with Bianca’s ferocious lioness-like smackdown of Jr. This week’s AMC however, was more like a mewling lamb. We didn’t get much Bianca, and based on her dialogue this week, I fear she may be absent for a bit. It did give us a chance to catch up of some of the other characters in Pine Valley, but I know what you want. Binx. Binx. Binx. So, let’s start off on a good note.

Bianca and Miranda meet up at, where else, Jane’s Addiction. Both are in better spirits since their unfortunate experience in the Chandler Thunderdome. Miranda fills her mother in on her first day back at school, post-Hunter scandal and tells that all is well. Bianca tells her daughter that Uncle Zach is in town,
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Exclusive Interview: Director Cory J. Udler Vs. Brian S

 Cory J. Udler is a horror fans director. This indie director makes the movies the fans want to see without giving in to "the suits"pressure. He has Incest Death Squad 1 and 2 that are already out and available and now he's working on his next film Mediatrix that we dive right into and talk about.  Check out my latest Versus with director Cory Udler.

Brian  S- First off, tell me about Mediatrix.

Cory Udler- Nobody's going to believe me, but it's based on a true story.  Our story is about Mary Ann Van Hook, born into a world of false spiritualism, opiated by her mother. She basically parlays her manipulation skills into power over people, inevitably over someone who has done her wrong in the past.  But she not only ruins things for that person along the way, she leaves a trail of broken bodies and bruised souls as well.
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Inside Look: Slices Of Life Premiere

Well, this is my first post here on Geek Tyrant, so I guess I should introduce myself. My name is Deneen Melody, and I am an actress that has been given the opportunity to write here on Geek Tyrant, yay! It is pretty darn cool to have the chance to do something like this, so I would also like to thank Geeky Bastard himself, Brian Shirley, and the rest of the Geek Tyrant team. I hope that my blog will gain some new followers to the site and give an insight to the world of an independent actress. (Who just happens to be a huge Geek. So, expect plenty of posts about Geek Culture as well.)

Anyway, a few weeks ago, one of my feature films had its world premiere in Chicago at the Horror Society Film Festival. This film is called Slices Of Life, a horror anthology directed by
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ABC Unveils Its 2010-2011 Primetime Schedule

ABC reveals their full 2010-2011 primetime schedule Stephen McPherson, president, ABC Entertainment Group, will outline ABC's plans for next season and unveil the network's 2010-11 fall schedule before the advertising and media communities this afternoon at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall.

New series for the 2010-11 season are Better Together, Body of Proof, Detroit 1-8-7, Happy Endings, Mr. Sunshine, My Generation, No Ordinary Family, Off the Map, Secret Millionaire and The Whole Truth.

America's Funniest Home Videos, The Bachelor, Brothers & Sisters, Dancing with the Stars, Desperate Housewives, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Supernanny, V and 20/20 join previously announced returning series Castle, Cougar Town, The Middle and Modern Family. Saturday Night College Football also returns.

"Our passion for great storytelling is at the core of everything we do," said McPherson. "Finding and supporting writers, directors, producers and actors who share that passion is critical to our success.
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