"Ringtone" is a short film directed by Jeremy Boxen featuring Tamsen McDonough and Carlos Diaz and Sarain Boylan.
Syfy dusts off Hansel and Gretl for new look at what really might have gone down in that forest
Now Hansel and his loyal partner Lara (Sarain Boylan) roam a generic forest in search of witches. When they find them, they slay them. It's a pretty basic drill. Beyond that, however, it gets a little confusing. It seems that while witches all have
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Television's year of the fairy tale continues Saturday with Syfy’s imaginative though somewhat convoluted reworking of the “Hansel and Gretl” story. Paul McGillion from “Stargate Atlantis” stars as Hansel, a man whose career is witchslaying. He was drawn to that somewhat arcane profession because he and his sister Gretl, when they were very young, encountered a witch who dispatched Gretl even as Hansel managed to escape. Now Hansel and his loyal partner Lara ( Sarain Boylan ) roam a generic forest in search of witches. It seems that while witches all have powers of magic, not all magic powers are bad. If the woman who possesses them can be identified early and persuaded to use them for good rather than evil, she can become an asset instead of a threat. On the other hand, Hansel hails from the “shoot them first, sort them out later” school of witchslaying. So he isn’t inclined to talk things over when he and Lara run into a young woman named Ehren ( Emilie Ullerup ) who has magic powers. Ehren’s father has been killed by a warlock who is working for the forest’s alpha witch and was ordered to capture Ehren. Lara argues that Ehren should be spared, because of her potential value in the inevitable showdown with that queen witch. Characters pop in and pop out, often disappearing in a puff of smoke, and we can’t always tell who’s on whose payroll. Well, except for the large, angry, hungry reptilian bird monster that kills people on command from the warlock and witch. We’re pretty sure he’s a bad guy. It all gets sorted out at the end, more or less, after we get whooshed through a couple of major twists. Without spoiling things, one such twist involves the aforementioned queen witch, played by Shannen Doherty. Hint: She doesn’t turn out to be quite as close to her old “90210” character as at first it might seem. The special-effects team for “Witchslayer” tries gallantly, but they’re the victims of a low budget, so the most ambitious effects take place in shadows and dark. The characters speak in a formal, stilted manner that could place them almost anywhere in time, though the fact Hansel uses a sort of bluetooth device suggests it’s the present. Between the effects and the language, the whole movie has a sort of wooden feel, and there isn’t much the actors can do about it. This is more acceptable in a sci-fi flick than in a rom-com, though, and fans may find the story intriguing enough to... That would be good news for Syfy, since Sarain the ending is set up in a way that would easily accommodate a sequel — and we know from the revived “90210” that Doherty is open to that notion, too.
Sarain Boylan :: Celebrity Movie Archive
Sarain Boylan has had a recurring role on the Canadian TV show Rent-a-Goalie and appears in movies like The House, Saw IV, and The Right Way.
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