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 26 August, 2013
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I finally was able to get some screencaps uploaded and added to the gallery. Most are of some of Alexie’s television roles. Hope you enjoy.

  • [530] SCREENCAPS: 90210 – E5X13 #realness AS ELIZABETH MCMANUS
  • [430] SCREENCAPS: HAWAII FIVE-0 – E2X21 PAN MAKE LOA AS
    VANESSA PALMER
  • [743] SCREENCAPS: HOUSE M.D. – E8X04 RISKY BUSINESS AS AINSLEY BARTON
  • [873] SCREENCAPS: NURSE JACKIE – E1X08 PUPIL AS AMY GREENFIELD

   

 25 August, 2013
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A really good and positive review of Alexie’s film WILLOW CREEK. I like those. Enjoy.

FEARnet Movie Review: ‘Willow Creek’

After films like Shakes the Clown (1991), Sleeping Dogs Lie (2006), World’s Greatest Dad (2009), and God Bless America (2011), you surely know what to expect from writer/director Bobcat Goldthwait by now, right? Loud, colorful, perhaps even garish social commentary and raunchy farce from a stand-up comic turned actor turned surprisingly good filmmaker. Wrong!

The man’s latest film is a refreshingly matter-of-fact horror/thriller called Willow Creek, and to my eyes, it’s the best sort of “homage” you can do. Based solely on Willow Creek it seems plainly evident that Goldthwait is a fan of A) “found footage” horror films in general, and B) The Blair Witch Project in particular, and so he packed up a few (very good) actors, a handful of cameras, and hit the road to make a low-key scary movie that works for all the reasons I just mentioned.

Right off the bat I’ll “warn” you that the 78-minute Willow Creek is what’s widely referred to as a slow burn. As in, the first two-thirds of the movie are spent setting up the (simple) plot, the (cool) setting, and the (refreshingly cool) lead characters. Jim (Bryce Johnson) is an amateur filmmaker who wants nothing more than to document a trip deep into “Bigfoot” territory, and Kelly (Alexie Gilmore) is his sweet, smart girlfriend who comes along to help out.

That’s it. Two people, one camera, one goal: dig up some dirt on Bigfoot!

At its best moments, Willow Creek feels like someone (probably Goldthwait) was watching Blair Witch and thought, “Hey, that’s cool, but what if we tried a new angle, or went in a different direction, or what if we (I dunno) made the characters likable?” (I’m just kidding around. I love The Blair Witch Project, and the fact that it still inspires good filmmakers is a testament to its overt coolness.) Johnson and Gilmore bring an effortless chemistry to the film, which (it must be said) elevates Willow Creek beyond so many of its “found footage” ilk. For a horror flick in which, frankly, not a whole lot happens for 45 minutes, the actors do make it interesting enough.

The patient horror fans will certainly enjoy what the third act of Willow Creek has to offer, and soon there will be a lot of geeky discussions over the film’s one “super-long” (almost 20 minute!) take, but speaking as a guy who sees a lot of movies in which two people point a camera at dark shadows, I say Willow Creek is a calm, cool. creepy little winner. It coasts on the skills of the lead actors, and then it transforms into a powerful cauldron of legitimate suspense. Lots of indie horror flicks can steal a scare or shock you with some gore, but Willow Creek sustains actual suspense for an admirable amount of time. Straightforward, simple, scary. I like it.

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 25 August, 2013
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I was able to get a hold of another event Alexie attended. This time from 2009 and the “I Hope They Sell Beer In Hell” premiere. Alexie looks gorgeously hip as always. Enjoy.

  • [002] EVENT: 09/21/2009 – I HOPE THEY SELL BEER IN HELL PREMIERE – ARRIVALS

 

 18 August, 2013
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Double postings tonight. I have two new photoshoots added to the gallery. I love how Alexie looks. So beautiful.

  • [003] PHOTOSHOOT: 01/19/2009
  • [004] PHOTOSHOOT: 06/17/2009

 

 18 August, 2013
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I’ve added a whole whack of event images to the gallery. Please feel free to browse and look at all the lovely images of Alexie. I’ll give the links to the sub-galleries but please feel free to go over and take a look. Alexie looks amazing in each and every single photo.

 19 July, 2013
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Alexie has returned to the DeSales University stage in Pennsylvania where she’s playing the lead of Gwendoline in the play THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. Also starring is Zack Robidas. The play is being directed Jim Helsinger. Judging by the photos and the video itself Alexie looks quite the part. She just looks gorgeous in period costume.

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Local actors return for Shakespeare Festival performances

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Shakespeare festival at DeSales University is in full swing. In its 22nd season, the curtain rose on the fourth of seven shows Friday night with some familiar faces shining in the spotlight. It’s a show full of wit and romance. The characters came to life on stage during the opening night of Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest.’ “The Importance of Being Earnest is a super funny play,” explained Director Jim Helsinger. “One of the funniest plays ever written.” And the cast is made up of the best the business has to offer from Philly to New York to LA. “We’re looking for the best actors because to do great work requires great artists,” added Patrick Mulcahy, Producing Artistic Director. Two of the main roles, Algernon Moncrieff and Gwendolyn Fairfax, are played by actors very familiar with this DeSales stage. “I played Gwendolyn in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ as a freshman at DeSales,” shared Alexie Gilmore. “So this is definitely bringing back a lot of memories.” Gilmore’s co-star, Zack Robidas is also a DeSales grad. Now he’s sharing the spotlight with the same people who taught him his craft. “When you come back as a colleague it’s kind of nice because you just kind of feel on the level with them, and they can let their guard down a little bit,” he said. The two have been successful in their acting careers, and say you just need to take that plunge into the business, and work hard at it if you think this is the life for you. “If you ingrain that in yourself in school, to work really hard and take it seriously, that will flow into your career,” smiled Gilmore.

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 16 July, 2013
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I’d like to welcome you to ALEXIE GILMORE ONLINE a site dedicated to actress Alexie Gilmore. My first encounter with Alexie’s work was as Dr. Sara Dillane on the FOX program NEW AMSTERDAM alongside Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as John Amsterdam. I’ve since tried to discover all Alexie’s films and her television work. Please come along with me on the ride. To make a comment please click on the title of the post, a new page will open and you may then type in your comment. All comments need approval from me to avoid spamming. The comments must be on topic and not frivolous or lead to pornography or other similar sites.