Nowhere Safe – the internet returns to kill again, on UP!

Nowhere Safe Up

We ruined your printer, Ellen Feiss! And now we ruin you. Beep beep beep beep beep!

Just when you thought it was safe to go on the internet, now you will learn there is Nowhere Safe! Because beyond cyber bullying, there is reverse cyber bullying! It’s like normal cyber bullying, but in reverse. And you can’t get away, no matter how hard you try, no matter how grey your hoodie. It’s true, the movie says so!

After two teen girls cruelly impersonate her online in a “reverse cyber bullying” plot, Ashley’s reputation is ruined. She and her mother Julie (a high school teacher) are ostracized, forcing them to flee an escalating threat to their lives. Starting over at a new school miles away, romantic interests and the poignant lessons from an eccentric history teacher draw them out of seclusion until they realize confronting a hurtful past is essential to ensure a brighter future.

Nowhere Safe is directed by Brian Brough (Snow Beast) and written by Brittany Wiscombe (also Snow Beast) It stars Danielle Chuchran as Ashley Evans , Natasha Henstridge as Julie Johnson, and Jamie Kennedy as Kevin Carlisle

Nowhere Safe premieres Sunday, October 5th on UP! For those of you who don’t know what UP is, it’s a channel with UPlifting content. AKA family friendly stuff that leans Christian. They also come out with a bunch of new movies, thus pulling the interest of TarsTarkas.NET.

Nowhere Safe is also important because thanks to Up’s link, I now know about the Dove Foundation, which looks like the next generation of CAP Alert. Check out the Dove Foundation page on Nowhere Safe, which let’s us know that a girl who had falsely accused another girl is pelted with donuts. Besides being Dove approved, Nowhere Safe is Homer Simpson approved!

via UP

A Sister's Nightmare this Saturday on Lifetime!

A Sister's Nightmare

She’s serving broccoli, that’s the real nightmare!

If you liked Stoker and wanted to watch a made-for-tv version of a similar tale, then A Sister’s Nightmare is your Lifetime fix this Saturday at 8 (7 central).

Sibling rivalry returns to torment Jane, a young police officer, after her older sister Cass is released from the state hospital for the criminally insane. Cass begins showing an increasing interest in getting back her daughter whom Jane has been raising. Unable to convince others her sister is still dangerous, and wanting to protect her niece, the young police officer takes matters into her own hands and goes after her sister herself.

Yes, Natasha Henstridge plays the criminally insane sister Cass. So I’m just going to imagine this is an offshoot of the Species movies. Do we still use “criminally insane” to describe people these days? Kelly Rutherford, Peyton List, and Matthew Settle also star.

As an added bonus, there is a code that will air during the premiere that you can use to enter in a Lifetime sweepstakes for $1000. Lifetime, the network that bribes– I mean, the network that pays!

via Lifetime

Starring: Kelly Rutherford, Natasha Henstridge, Peyton List, Matthew Settle

Species III (Review)

Species III

Robin Dunne as Dean
Robert Knepper as Dr. Abbot
Sunny Mabrey as Sara
Amelia Cooke as Amelia
J.P. Pitoc as Hastings
Natasha Henstridge as Eve

Direct to Sci-Fi Channel? How could I lose? Natasha Henstridge made it big by being the alien desperately looking for Mr. Goodbar who just happened to be naked for 78.342193% of the movie. That was followed up by a movie where an Astronaut who went to Mars became an Alien Deuce Bigalow implanting women with exploding babies that reach birthing stage after a few seconds. Due to the quick work of Bubba Blue from Forrest Gump and the remade Natasha Henstridge Astronaut Jones became Astro-not Jones. However, just to show it wasn’t the end of the line, Species II made certain to leave an out. Actually, it left Three! We had one of the Village of the Damned-looking children survive, inside the army truck with dead Natasha, who’s stomach was growing because she was pregnant after death, and out number three involved a random cat that jumped on her stomach, punched around, and quickly ran off. So whatever writers tackled this legacy would have no problem coming up with some sort of plot device. Astoundingly, the writers still had to stretch to get the story rolling, despite it being set up perfectly and easily.
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