martedì 7 febbraio 2017

The Purge: Election Year Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell

The Purge: Election Year Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell


sabato 4 febbraio 2017

Once Upon A Time Poster: The Snow Queen

Once Upon A Time Poster: The Snow Queen

The Teacher Is Finally Revealed On Dead Of Summer 1x07 Townie - Review

(posted 5 months ago)
The Teacher Is Finally Revealed On Dead Of Summer 1x07 Townie - Review

Dead of Summer 1x07 "Townie" finally revealed who's behind the dark events happening at Camp Stillwater, but only in part.
We find out that Sheriff Heelan is the teacher, but there's someone else who's helping the satanic cult to do the ritual and wake up the demon and that person is the one who killed Cricket.
Alberto Frezza and Charles Mesure were the major pivots of the episode and they both did an amazing job as protagonist and antagonist, with a predictable but yet fair end.
Deputy Sykes has been trying to do his job and protect people since the first day and he finally finds out the truth about what happened to his father and saves Amy with Jessie's help.
He doesn't believe that Holyoke can be involved, he only believes what he can see: a group of people thinking to wake up some powerful source by killing innocents. He can't be more wrong. In the next week's episode Deb and the counselors will have to deal with those who came back from the dead.

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell And Goran Visnjic

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell And Goran Visnjic

martedì 31 gennaio 2017

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell And Goran Visnjic

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell And Goran Visnjic

lunedì 30 gennaio 2017

Dead Of Summer Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell

Dead Of Summer Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell


Elizabeth Mitchell's Heartbreaking And Powerful Perfomance In Dead Of Summer 1x06 - Review

 Elizabeth Mitchell's Heartbreaking And Powerful Perfomance In Dead Of Summer 1x06 - Review

As I expected Dead of Summer 1x06 "The Dharma Bums" was the best episode yet and not only because of the sad and touching back-story of Deb, but mostly because of the incredible performance delivered by Elizabeth Mitchell. That woman can do anything and she has constantly proved she can do no wrong.
Even if you are familiar with her talent, she never stops surprising you with all the thoughtful and mind-blowing depth, the overwhelming emotions and the delicate and infinitesimal layers she is able to put into all her characters.
What she did with Deb was phenomenal and unique. It's her extraordinary ability to recreate moments with profound sensitivity and undeniable credibility that make you identify with her characters.
Mitchell dives you into Deb's misery with an impeccable perception of the feelings the woman has been going through from the death of the young counselor to the recurring loss of her true love.
Deborah Carpenter's past was heart wrenching, bittersweet and devastating.
The pain of this character was so real and intense as much as the joy and the happiness she could only taste for a little while when she has Keith (Dylan Neal) by her side, when they both believed in their dreams and when life hasn't crushed them yet.
Those were two souls that lost each other and lost themselves, two bums who forgot what means to be free as soon as they stopped to be together.
Their love story is heartbreaking and yet intensely beautiful. Both actors were able to create a palpable chemistry and true feelings that can only overwhelm you almost as much as they overwhelm themselves.
Keith's death is the turning point into Deb's life. After that Camp Stillwater's owner wanted to believe so badly that things can go back the way they were and her commitment in recreating the summer of her past is what actually made her reopen that place. Those were moments of her life when she was truly happy and still has her dreams to believe in and fight for. She wanted to save the world and got stuck and changed by it in the process, they both did, but "it's never too late to be the person you were always meant to be," at least for Deb.
Even if she forgot that in the past, she will have to hold on to it to keep going, to be there for those kids, to give them the same hopes she had at their age, no matter what happened to Cricket, no matter what happened to Keith. She will probably never be able to save the world, but she could try to save a small part of it.

domenica 29 gennaio 2017

Once Upon A Time - Manipulation 10 of Elizabeth Mitchell as The Snow Queen

Once Upon A Time - Manipulation 10 of Elizabeth Mitchell as The Snow Queen

sabato 28 gennaio 2017

Three Sneak Peeks At Dead Of Summer - 1x06 The Dharma Bums

(posted 6 moths)
Three Sneak Peeks At Dead Of Summer - 1x06 The Dharma Bums

Dead of Summer 1x06 "The Dharma Bums" airs August 2, but Freeform already released three sneak peeks at the episode.

In the first one Blair and Alex looks for the ouija because they want to contact Cricket.
In the second clip the counselors are mourning the girl who has just died in an horrible way. Some of them think that what happened to their friend was an accident, but Joel doesn't believe that and wishes there was a way to find out the truth.

In the last video, Deputy Garrett Sykes talks to his mother, trying to know more about his father's connection with what he found in Holyoke's cabin.

The episode will features Deb's flashbacks and we will finally know more about Elizabeth Mitchell's character. Till now we only saw a perception of her from another character's perspective (Joel's) and in the latest episode we finally had a glimpse of who Deb actually is and she's not the character we've seen during the past weeks. "The Dharma Bums" will definitely be interesting to watch and some of the most mysterious elements of the show could possibly come to light.

Written by Ste for voice of tv

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell

sabato 14 gennaio 2017

Dead Of Summer - What Is Behind Deb's Story And The New Man From Her Past

(posted 7 months ago)

Dead Of Summer - What Is Behind Deb's Story And The New Man From Her Past

Deb Carpenter (Elizabeth Mitchell) is the new warm yet mysterious owner of Camp Stillwater on the lethal Freeform's Dead of Summer.
Recently the production filmed some scenes in Vancouver and enticing photos surfaced the net.
Before you go any further, we need to warn you that what follows could potentially contain spoilers.
Each episode of the show features flashbacks ala LOST and we'll know about a specific character through them.
They were filming 1x06 "The Dharma Bumbs" (which definitely sounds like a LOST reference, doesn't it?) and the pictures reveal that it's a Deb centric episode. The scenes are set in Chicago and Mitchell's character looks like a business woman.
Mrs. Carpenter said she spent all her life savings into acquiring and renovating Camp Stillwater, which was closed down in 1984 under unknown circumstances.
We have always been wondering why she did that and who she was before, and now we are wondering about that even more, since she looks like a totally different person in one of the scenes they've just filmed.
Deb said she loved so much that place as a child that she wanted to bring it back to life, but her motivations could be not as clear as she claims.
She is probably the most enigmatic character on the show and behind her kindness and sweetness she hides secrets she doesn't want anybody to know.
One of our theories is that she is at the camp forced by someone or something in order to protect whatever she cares about or in order to change events from the past.
What got our attention are the two different kinds of clothes Elizabeth Mitchell was wearing during the filming. 

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell And Goran Visnjic

Crossing Lines Season 3 Poster - Elizabeth Mitchell And Goran Visnjic