Those of you who are of a certain age no doubt remember the phrase "Must See TV" and its application to NBC's Thursday night lineup of shows during the 1990's. It's been a while since any other network could make that same claim, but starting this Thursday, September 10th, it's possible horror fans will have their own "Must See TV" night on The CW thanks to the pairing of The Vampire Diaries with Supernatural.
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, Genevieve Cortese
During this past San Diego Comic-Con attendees of the Supernatural panel got a sneak peek at Episode 1 of Season Five, "Sympathy for the Devil". And today, thanks to the wonders of YouTube, everyone else has a chance to see it, too -- but in three slightly chopped-up segments.
Another new promo and some images sneaked online today for the continuing adventures of the Winchester boys and their upcoming tango with Lucifer. Dare you dig it?
For those of you who are as amped up as we are for the Season 5 debut of "Supernatural" on September 10th, The CW has unleashed a very brief (10 seconds only) promo spot entitled "Sounds Like Hell".
There are few TV series that both respect and cater to their fans like the CW's "Supernatural" does. And at this year's San Diego Comic-Con creator Eric Kripke once again treated those attending the show's panel to a full five-minute sneak peek at the Season Five premiere. Unlike in previous years, it wasn't the opening, but rather a few scenes from the middle of Act 1. Spoilers follow so only click thtough if you're all caught up and just can't wait for September 10th.
If I ever needed another reminder that time truly flies, it's that the CW's hit series Supernatural will be entering into its fifth season this Fall. Series creator Eric Kripke was on hand during the final day of Comic Con to give us some info on whether or not there's life after year five.
Fans of "Supernatural" got a nice treat last week when word came down that Adrianne Palicki was going to reprise her portrayal of Jessica in at least one episode, but what we've really been wanting to hear about is who would be playing Season 5's big bad, Lucifer. Our wait is now over.
I've said it a hundred times, and I'll say it a hundred more ... If you're not watching "Supernatural", then you're missing some truly quality horror on TV. Don't discount the Winchesters as mere pretty boys; these dudes know how to whip some demon ass! If you did miss it, you ought to be thankful for DVD and Blu-ray. Season 4 is set to come home on September 1, 2009.
Lionsgate is looking to continue its love/hate relationship with fans. Despite its better than expected box office draw, there will be no sequel to Patrick Lussier's remake done right, My Bloody Valentine 3D.
You know what's odd? The TV show "Supernatural" kicks a lot of ass. When the idea was first thrown around, I too discounted the show as just two pretty-boys lip quivering their way through generic spooky TV fodder. Honestly? I've never been happier to be wrong.
Exclusive: My Bloody Valentine Red Carpet Interviews: Jensen Ackles, Tom Atkins, Jaime King, Patrick Lussier, & More!
Our intrepid LA crew were on-hand for the red carpet premiere of My Bloody Valentine 3D and even managed to get some people to talk about the film before being not-so-kindly escorted off the premises. Look, it’s not our fault that “society” says we “have to” wear pants all the time, is it?
Reviewed by David Rosiak Starring Jaime King, Jensen Ackles, Kerr Smith, Edi Gathegi, Kevin Tighe, Megan Boone, Betsy Rue Directed by Patrick Lussier
The big day for heartbreak is coming on strong, and you know what? So is the redux of the reborn slasher classic My Bloody Valentine. To celebrate, the folks behind the film have concocted a way for you to send your Valentine's Day musings to your favorite bleeding heart!