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HNN FIRST LOOK: Bayou Tales Trailer

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From Director/Screenwriter David Dubos (The Roommate, Leprechaun 3) and Produced by Xavier Salinas (Net Effect, Dead By Friday) comes Bayou Tales. Starring Roger Bart ( ABC’s Revenge, Hostel II), Lin Shaye ( Insidious), and Neil Brown Jr. (The Walking Dead, Battle: Los Angeles).  Bayou Tales is the latest in a seeming resurgence of Horror Anthologies. Following the likes of such classics as Creepshow 1 and 2, Tales from the Crypt, Tales from the Darkside, and … Continue reading

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Beyond The Fringe

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Where is Peter Bishop? Has anyone checked with DC Comics? Since Fringe star Joshua Jackson hasn’t been needed on set as much this season it seems he’s decided to use his downtime to leave his mark on the rest of the Fringe-verse. Jackson will be writing three issues of DC’s Beyond the Fringe, a bi-weekly, digital comic series. According to the official press release the issues will “alternate every two weeks between ‘A’ and ‘B’ … Continue reading

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Where is Peter Bishop?

Where is Peter Bishop?

Fox has released a new trailer teasing next weeks Season 4 premiere of Fringe. This new spot offers a glimpse of life on our side now that Peter has never existed. Also, you can follow Fringe director Ari Margolis’s own viral twitter campaign for the new season at #WhereIsPeterBishop

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Supernatural Season 7 Teaser

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A lot of details have been turning up after Supernatural’s very successful appearance at Comic-Con last month. This year the Supernatural cast and crew held their panel to a packed crowd at Hall H, the con’s biggest venue. When we left the Winchester brother’s last season their relationship with Angel-turned-God Castiel, had taken a turn for the worse. I think the phrase “flee or die,” was thrown around. As to what state we’ll find the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Blood Creek (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A struggling, German, immigrant family in West Virginia, in the early 1930’s, receives a letter from the Reich that they will be paid for housing a Nazi scholar Richard Wirth, (Michael Fassbender) while he conducts research. This being the Dust-Bowl/Great Depression era the impoverished family reluctantly accepts the man into their home. Once there, he inquires about an ancient stone, a runestone found by the family years earlier. He says the stone, and others … Continue reading

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Supernatural Renewed Early

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The CW just granted an early renewal for five series for the 2011-2012 season. Among them is our favorite show SUPERNATURAL which will then be into its Seventh Season. No small accomplishment, but when the stories are as good as theirs, it’s a no-brainer. And especially since the move into Fridays last Fall has garnered impressive gains across the board including the beloved 18-34 demo. Including this Friday’s episode, “Mommy Dearest”, Directed by John Showalter … Continue reading

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Interview: Alex Irvine (Author Supernatural JW Journal..)

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Author of “supernatural: john winchesters journal”, the narrows”,” scattering of jades”…….. I recently had the opportunity to talk to fiction author Alex Irvine who was very gracious and patient with me as I picked his brain about some of his recent work including his second Supernatural tie- in, Supernatural: John Winchester’s Journal. You could say Alex has now literally written the book on John’s mysterious journal. Alex and I talked about everything from Native American … Continue reading

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Fringe/Lost Crossover Revealed?

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A recent promo has sent Easter egg hounds and Lost fans all abuzz, as it seems to show actor Jorge Garcia (aka Hurley, from Fringe Co-creator and Producer, JJ Abrams, other, more famous show,) having a chat with Fringe’s Walter (John Noble). Apparently, or it’s assumed, Garcia’s character is a Massive Dynamic employee of some sort. But given Abrams and co’s affinity for Easter eggs I wouldn’t be surprised if it was Hurley trying to … Continue reading

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Supernatural “The French Mistake” First-Look Photo!!

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Don’t forget about the seasons most talked about episode “The French Mistake” coming Feb 25, the so-called “Meta” episode in which Sam and Dean play their “real-life” selves Jared Padaleki and Jensen Ackles! Confused? Check out the CW’s official description for some clarity: Episode 6.15 “The French Mistake” 2/25/2011

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Supernatural TV: Mannequin 3 Promo Vids

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This Friday we Supernatural fans are getting what’s sure to be a classic episode from Sera Gamble and co. in the form of “Mannequin 3: The Reckoning”, a nod to the quirky Kim Cattrall 80’s Rom/Com. I “prefer” the ‘91 sequel starring one-time Buffy Kristy Swanson, I seem to remember that being kind of hot, but then again I was, like, 9 years old, so… Episode 6.14 “Mannequin 3: The Reckoning″ 2/18/2011

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Film Review: Paranormal Activity (2007)

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SYNOPSIS: A young couple that has recently moved in together tries to document the paranormal activity that seems to be plaguing them. At first the activity is small — objects moving over night, the occasional creaky floorboard etc. But with each new incident they feel the presence in their home growing stronger and more daring. They eventually consult a psychic who says that this entity may be demonic in nature, as opposed to being just … Continue reading

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Fringe Season 3: The Search for William Bell

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Not a year since Leonard Nimoy’s “retirement” and, awesomely, word is coming down the pipe that he may return to one of his greatest roles, that of the mysterious William Bell. As some of us might remember Bell seemed to sacrifice himself in order to let The Fringe team (includig Faux-livia) get back to our world, but a tech savvy Nimoy recently Tweeted, yes, Spock, tweets, that he may be in line to return to … Continue reading

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Friday Death Slot: Fringe vs Supernatural

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For those of you who have been scratching your heads looking for Fringe on Fox fear not, it hasn’t been canceled it’s been moved. To Friday nights, and for those of you Fox fans who know their history, you know that means one thing: Friday Death Slot! It’s the next best thing to being canceled, or not, you know what I mean. Yes, in a surprise move Fox moved Fringe away from its Thursday slot … Continue reading

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Supernatural TV Series: Season 6.5 The Road Ahead

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Well, it’s that time again. After an unusually long hiatus, due in part to an extra week of bumps thanks to The Vampire Diaries, Sam and Dean Winchester are back to finish out the sixth season! New Show runner and long time Producer Sera Gamble and the rest of the cast and crew have got a lot in store for the remaining ten episodes of the season and buzz is already high about a season … Continue reading

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Film Review: Zeik’s Bad Day (Web Series) (2010)

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It’s that time of year again, when all our sick little fancies ooze out of our psyches, after an eleven month stint being buried deep within repression-land, and everyone gets to be whoever, or whatever, they want, if just for the night. Yes, Halloween is a magical night, (and to anyone who says different I hope it’s tricks for you,) when all the Boils and Ghouls (John Kassir, forgive me) can go out into the … Continue reading

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