Brothers Sam and Dean Winchester share a brief sentimental moment - and some cake - in this latest clip from Friday night's episode of "Supernatural", entitled "The Girl Next Door". Something tells us what we're seeing is the proverbial calm before the storm.
Another Jensen Ackles-directed episode of "Supernatural" is heading our way this Friday, and if you're wondering what you can expect, this new clip from the ep, entitled "The Girl Next Door", showing Sam stalking someone in the forest should help. Or maybe not - you know what big teases those Winchester boys are!
This week's episode of "Supernatural" left viewers with a real cliffhanger, and while we ponder the possibilities of what the events that transpired mean for the Winchesters - and the human race - we have a peek at the upcoming "The Girl Next Door", directed by series star Jensen Ackles.
We already knew that "The Girl Next Door", the third episode of Season 7 of "Supernatural" that airs October 7th, was directed by series star Jensen Ackles and features flashbacks to 15-year-old Sam Winchester. Now we have the full official synopsis along with a summary of Episode Two, "Hello, Cruel World", airing September 30th, which we somehow neglected to pass on previously.
There's no doubt about it. The legend of the Mothman is a truly frightening one. So frightening in fact that his monstrous presence has graced several movies, the latest of which is heading to home video in October.
There will be quite a few things going bump in the night during Park City, Utah's Sundance Film Festival, and we have a look at one of them for you. A ghostly tale known as The Pact. From the Press Release "In THE PACT, a young woman finds herself alone in the house of her late mother where an unsettling – and sinister – presence emerges.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Jewel Staite, Connor Fox, Jerry Leggio, Kennon Kepper, Susie Ambromeit Directed by Sheldon Wilson
This Saturday night marks the premiere of Syfy's latest cryptozoological creature feature, Mothman. Earlier this week I somehow got invited to get up extra early (by my standards) to take part in a conference call Q&A with stars Jewel Staite and Connor Fox.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Jewel Staite, Justin Baldoni, Marc Bacher, Nikki Griffin, Kellan Lutz, Terry Notary Directed by Jorg Ihle