When the wonderful Ms. Charlaine Harris sat down to scratch out the first lines of Dead Until Dark, the first of The Southern Vampire Mysteries that would go on to become the basis for HBO's series "True Blood," there's no way should could have known it was going to go on to become the mega-hit we know today.
She played bad girl Debbie Pelt on several seasons of HBO's "True Blood," but now up-and-coming actress Brit Morgan is tackling snowmobile accidents, creepy strangers and being stuck stranded in the middle of a wintry forest for her latest thriller The Frozen.
In case you didn't know, ARC Entertainment will be releasing The Frozen on VOD on December 18, 2012, and we have a look at the official artwork and trailer for you. Check it out and don't forget to dress warm.
There are several reasons most of the Dread Central staff have relocated to a warmer climate. One - Shoveling sucks. Two - Being cold sucks. Three - Being cold and having to shovel completely sucks. Four - So we're not stalked by a madman after a snowmobile accident.
Another summer ends and with it goes yet another season of "True Blood." Word on the street is that this hasn't been the best season of the popular HBO series, but maybe the finale, entitled "And When I Die", will step up and deliver? Having just watched these clips, I'd say it doesn't appear so, but perhaps I'm wrong.
True Blood: Recap and Inside the Episode of "Soul of Fire"; Preview of Season Finale "And When I Die"
This is it, fangbangers! "And When I Die", the season finale of "True Blood", is happening this Sunday, September 11th; and then it's another loooong wait until Season 5, when hopefully the series will get back on track without those meddlesome witches casting spells and causing mayhem! But first, how about a quick recap and "Inside the Episode" look at "Soul of Fire" with writer Mark Hudis and director Michael Lehmann?
Yes, fangbangers, we're down to the final two episodes of this season of "True Blood", and what a bumpy road it has been. From the looks of the three clips from this week's episode and a sneak peek at the finale, we all better buckle our seat belts for the remainder of the ride!
Everybody caught up on "True Blood" after last night's episode and ready for the season's penultimate ep over Labor Day weekend entitled "Soul of Fire"? Before we check out a preview of "Soul of Fire", how about a quick recap and "Inside the Episode" look at "Burning Down the House" with showrunner Alan Ball and director Lesli Linka Glatter?
Preview clips have arrived for the upcoming episode of "True Blood" entitled "Cold Grey Light of Dawn", and for some reason this week we only got two instead of the usual three. WTF? In any event, check 'em out and let us know how you're holding up considering there are just six more eps left in the season!
It was a full moon last night in Bon Temps, and "True Blood" fans who have been waiting for a certain couple to finally get horizontal got their wish. I'm just wishing Jason would get a decent storyline for a change! Anyway, here's a look "Inside the Episode" for "I Wish I Was the Moon" along with a preview of next week's "Cold Grey Light of Dawn".
We're already coming up on the halfway point for Season 4 of "True Blood" this week with Episode 42, "I Wish I Was the Moon", and we have a trio of clips from the ep to help raise your anticipation for it. Episode #42 (S4, Ep. 6):
Finally this week we got an episode of "True Blood" that felt a bit more like the show of old. Sure, there are still too many characters to keep track of, but the pacing was brisk and the storylines were interesting. How about a quick recap and a look "Inside the Episode" for "Me and the Devil" along with a preview of next week's ep "I Wish I Was the Moon"?
Eliza Dushku and True Blood Stars Sam Trammell, Kristin Bauer, Brit Morgan Added to 2011 C2E2 Lineup
Chicago fans, we're just about a month away from the start of 2011's Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), and the guest list has expanded to include Eliza Dushku along with three "True Blood" regulars: Sam Trammell (Sam Merlotte), Kristin Bauer (Pam De Beaufort), and Brit Morgan (Debbie Pelt).
And the final casting addition has been made to Season Three of HBO's runaway vampire hit "True Blood"! That's right, guys, yet another super sexy siren joins the cast ... as if you needed yet another reason to watch.