Five enlists the help of Arax, Nyx and Devon when Two, Three and Four collapse. With the Android undergoing repairs, Five activates the Androids hologram in search of answers. She learns that a neural link from a brain scan taken fourteen months ago has caused them to take on their old personas, that of Portia Lin, Marcus Boone and Ryo Tetsuda. Faced with mistrust from her friends, Five creates a neural link of her own using Two’s brain scan, and uses Two’s most vulnerable memory against her to persuade Two to disconnect her neural link to the ships systems. With the neural link disconnected, they return to their old selves. Arax Nero is revealed to be the “asset”. [STILLS]
The crew of the Raza engineer their escape from Hyperion-8, and face threats from within the prison. They escape with the help of Delaney Truffault, who transfers the layout plans of Hyperion-8 via eye contact to Three. Four suggests luring a shuttle from the Ishida Empire’s cruiser in orbit, and encounters Misaki Han. Arax has his people cause a riot in the prison, and when the inmates are disabled by the sonic device, Two regains consciousness and heads to the control room. The crew reunite at the shuttle and are joined by Arax Nero, Devon and Nyx. Six has a shootout with Lt.Anders after failing to convince him to let them go, and is critically wounded. Now aboard the Raza, Devon tells the crew that he lacks the tools to save Six, and Five suggests that they place him in stasis. They learn via a news broadcast that One (Derrick Moss) has been killed. [STILLS]
Two, Three, and Four find themselves in the general population of the Hyperion-8 Maximum Security Galactic Detention Facility, unaware that Six had sold them out to the GA. One and Five meanwhile are held in the staff wing of the facility, pending release. Six tells One and Five that his real name is Kal Varrik, an undercover GA agent tasked with bringing them in. He later tasks Five with decoding an encrypted file that reveals a devastating secret from his past. One delves into his wife’s murder, and uncovers some inconsistencies that suggest Marcus Boone was not responsible. He is then visited by Jace Corso, who shoots him dead. [STILLS]
The film takes place years after the events of the original Tobe Hooper film and involves a girl named Heather who discovers that she’s related to Leatherface:
[Thanks to STYD] “Twenty years ago, the town of Newt, Texas exacted vengeance on the Sawyer family for their role in assisting and concealing murders committed by the chainsaw-wielding maniac Jeb Sawyer, aka “Leatherface.” The entire family was presume killed when Burt Hartman led the townspeople to burn down their farm house, but the Sawyer infant survived and was secretly taken away by two of the vigilante townies, Gavin and Arlene, and raised their daughter Heather. It’s not until she’s in her twenties that Heather learns that she’s adopted. A lawyer for her grandmother tracks her down with word she’s been left an inheritance.
Angry at her parents for lying to her, she sets out for Texas on a road trip with her boyfriend Ryan, friends Nikki and Kenny, and Darryl, a hitchhiker they pick up on the way.”
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D is directed by John Luessenhop, and stars Alexandra Daddario, Scott Eastwood, Bill Moseley, Tania Raymonde, Trey Songz, Keram Malicki-Sanchez, Shaun Sipos, Thom Barry, Paul Rae, and Richard Riehle. The movie will be released on October 5th, 2012.
Here all the synops of the last 2 episode of Life Unexpected that will air on thuesday january 18th. These are spoilers so if you don’t wanna read what will happen in the last 2 episodes don’t open the link!
In the season finale, Amanda officially fires Ella from WPK and cuts off all Ella’s severance pay and recommendation referrals. However, Ella begins to search for anything to blackmail Amanda and finally discovers that Jane Andrews was behind Amanda’a actions and financial misfortune from the very start, in which one of the women will resort to murder to protect her secrets. Meanwhile, Jonah travels to New York to attend a NYU reunion party where, after reminiscing with his former roommate and college friends, he asks Riley to reconcile. Back in Los Angeles, Lauren and David finally get back together, but a jealous Morgan retaliates and puts Lauren’s life in jeopardy and lands David in trouble with the law. Drew tries to stop Michael from performing a dangerous surgery. But the end result has evil yet again winning over good when the evil Michael sets Drew up to be caught with drugs, causing Drew to be thrown in jail, and out of UCLA forever.
IT’S ELLA VS. AMANDA IN THE SEASON FINALE AND ONLY ONE WILL BE LEFT STANDING/LAURA LEIGHTON MAKES A SURPRISE APPEARANCE — Amanda (Heather Locklear) fires Ella (Katie Cassidy) from WPK. However, not one to go out without a fight, Ella searches for anything to blackmail Amanda. Unfortunately for one of the ladies, the end result is worse than she could have ever imagined. Meanwhile, after attending a NYU reunion, Jonah (Michael Rady) asks Riley (Jessica Lucas) to reconcile and Lauren (Stephanie Jacobsen) and David (Shaun Sipos) get back together but a jealous Morgan (guest star Melissa Ordway) retaliates and puts Lauren’s life in jeopardy. Drew (Nick Zano) tries to stop Michael (Thomas Calabro) from performing a dangerous surgery, but Michael sets Drew up to get caught with drugs, causing Drew to be thrown out of ULA. Finally, Sydney (Laura Leighton) makes a surprise appearance.
LAUREN BEGS DAVID FOR FORGIVENSS, ELLA SCHEMES TO SAVE HER JOB AND DREW AND JONAH FIGHT OVER RILEY— David’s (Shaun Sipos) new role as a restaurant owner is put to the test after he loses some of his wait staff on the day an important food critic has come to review Coal. In an effort to get David to forgive her, Lauren (Stephanie Jacobsen) pitches in as a waitress and hostess and helps him out of his jam. Ella (Katie Cassidy) wants to hack into the WPK files to erase the fake evidence against her for embezzlement, but Jonah (Michael Rady) strongly disagrees with her tactics, so she looks to David for help. With Drew’s (Nick Zano) help, Riley (Jessica Lucas) throws a fundraiser for her education foundation but when Drew tries to increase the donations by auctioning off a date with Riley, things go awry after Drew and Jonah get into a bidding war. Thomas Calabro and Heather Locklear also star. Shaun Sipos also stars. Norman Buckley directed the episode written by Caroline Dries
Ella (Katie Cassidy) is a little overwhelmed by Jonah’s (Michael Rady) constant attention and decides couplehood might not be for her. Lauren (Stephanie Jacobsen) succumbs to Dr. Mancini’s (Thomas Calabro) threats and David (Shaun Sipos) decides to buy Coal, but the price turns out to be a little higher than he thought.
Meanwhile, Drew (Nick Zano) moonlights in a band and Amanda catches Ben (guest star Billy Campbell) and Riley (Jessica Lucas) in a compromising position.
Melissa Ordway is a new character in Melrose Place that will “fall in love” with David Breck (Shaun Sipos)
Melissa said: I play Morgan. David Breck, who is played by Shaun Sipos– is trying to have his last break-in so he can kind of come clean and he doesn’t have to live on the wild side any more. He wants to have a real job and not be bad anymore. He ends up breaking into my father’s house, and he’s stealing a ring, and it was like his last break in, and I end up catching him.
But instead of turning him into the police, we have a nice little rendezvous and it ends up going for a little while. I don’t want to turn him into my dad who is in a mob type situation, or to the police, because I think he’s cute. So we have kind of a relationship, but then he doesn’t want to be with me, so there’s like a love triangle there. He’s trying to make this decision between me and Lauren, but he’s torn because he doesn’t want to get turned into the police. I’m basically blackmailing him to date me is kind of a long story short.
I actually didn’t watch too much of the original series because I wasn’t allowed. My mom would let me watch 90210, but she thought Melrose Place was a little too risqué for me at the time. But I’ve seen some since. I watched a lot of the first season of Melrose Place so I could figure out who was who and what was going on. I also watched the newer 90210 and that helped. But the biggest help was watching this Melrose Place because it’s different than the older one.