Opening Friday (10/31) on the Big Screen
- "Before I Go To Sleep" - based on suspense thriller by S.J. Watson.
- Stars Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, and Mark Strong. After an accident, Christine's (Kidman) brain is injured so her memory resets every night. At the end of every day, Christine records what happens in a journal that she can read the next morning. One morning she wakes up to read an entry that leads her on a chase to find out what really happened and who can she really trust.
- "Horns" - based on fantasy/horror novel by Joe Hill
- Stars Danielle Radcliffe and Juno Temple. Ignatius wakes up one morning after a bender to find that a pair of horns are growing out of his heads. Suddenly people are admitting their deepest secrets to him. Can Ignatius use this new gift to help him find out who murdered his girlfriend?
- "Showrunners - The Art of Running a TV Show" - documentary that inspired a companion book by Tara Bennet
- It's a Behind the Scenes look at what it takes to run a show on television today - featuring several of Hollywoods most well-known showrunners , including: JJ Abrams (Felicity, Alias), Damon Lindelof (Lost), Jane Espenson (Caprica, Once Upon a Time), Joss Whedon (Buffy, Angel, Firefly), Hart Hanson (Bones), and so many others. This film will be released simultaneously in select theaters and digitally on iTunes.
On the Small Screen
- "Death Comes to Pemberely" by P.D. James airing Sunday Nov. 2nd at 9 PM on PBS
- This Sunday PBS' Masterpiece Mystery will be showing the second half of the adaptation of P.D. James spin-off of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice". The mini-series stars Matthew Rhys (The Americans) as Darcy, Anna Maxwell Martin (Bleak House) as Elizabeth, Matthew Goode (The Good Wife) as Wickham, and Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who) as Lydia. If you didn't catch the first half, you can watch it at the Masterpiece website.
- "Olive Kitteridge" by Elizabeth Strout airing Sunday Nov. 2nd at 9 PM and Monday Nov. 3rd at 9 PM on HBO
- HBO has broken up this Bestseller book into 4 hour mini series which will be airing over two nights. The mini-series stars Academy Award Winner Frances McDormand (Fargo) as titular Olive Kitteridge and Academy Award nominee Richard Jenkins (Eat, Pray, Love). The Lit Chicks read Olive Kitteridge a few years ago. You can see a trailer for the miniseries at HBO.
If you are a fan of "The Hunger Games" series by Suzanne Collins, tickets for "Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" went on sale on Wednesday, October 29th.