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A&E Passes on the Occult

With horror on TV being several networks' hot ticket, it comes as a bit of a surprise that A&E has passed on the new series written by James Wong ("The X-Files," "Millennium," "American Horror Story") entitled "Occult." Read on for details.

Two More Actors Sign on to Study the Occult for A&E

The pilot for A&E's "Occult" has just expanded by two as both Daniel Henney and Brennan Brown have signed on to co-star in the project, which already boasts a pretty impressive cast with Josh Lucas, Lynn Collins, and Agnes Bruckner.

Agnes Bruckner Joins A&E's Occult Pilot

While pilot season is over for most TV networks, A&E still has one cooking - "Occult," produced by Michael Bay and written by veteran genre writer James Wong - and a very familiar face has just joined it. Read on for the details.

Casting Firms up for James Wong's Occult on A&E

With "Bates Motel" set to premiere in just a week, A&E looks to be adding another high profile genre project to its slate with James Wong's "Occult" pilot, which just landed its two lead actors. Read on for the details.

Tell Tale Blu-ray and DVD Art

Some more home video news for you, as we've just received word that Michael Cuesta's Tell Tale (review here) will be crashing onto home video on May 25th from Vivendi Entertainment (though as with The Collector, if you head to Blockbuster, you can rent it now).

Jon Hamm's Stolen Unveils Its Poster and Trailer

In anticipation of IFC Films' roll-out of director Anders Anderson's Stolen, starring Jon Hamm and Josh Lucas, via On Demand on March 3rd and in limited theatres on March 12th, they've released the film's artwork and trailer.

Stolen Is IFC Films' Latest Acquisition

Star power doesn't necessarily equate to a good film, but considering its cast includes the likes of Jon Hamm and Josh Lucas, director Anders Anderson's Stolen certainly is in the running to provide a good time to viewers, which is probably why IFC Films snapped up the North American rights to the mystery thriller.

New One-Sheet: Tell-Tale

The IMP Awards got themselves the first look at the official one-sheet for Tribeca selection Tell-Tale (review here), and we have it here for your perusal!

True Blood's Deborah Ann Woll Up For a Little Murder

Deborah Ann Woll is one busy young woman. Along with her recurring role in HBO's "True Blood" and an upcoming part in Darren Bousman's Mother's Day redux, she has joined the cast of Peter "Gaga" Antonijevic's supernatural thriller Little Murder. The script was penned by father-son duo Gerald and Justin Di Pego.

Lucas and Howard Engage in a Little Murder

Katrina disaster backdrop? Check. Goodhearted female ghost who happens to be a cellist? Check. Shot at redemption for a disgraced cop? Check, check. Heart strings tugged? The producers hope so. Yep, all the fixings for what sounds like a very vanilla thriller are in place for the upcoming project Little Murder.

Tell-Tale (2009)

Reviewed by Nomad Starring Josh Lucas, Lena Headey, Brian Cox, Beatrice Miller, Dallas Roberts Directed by Michael Cuesta

Exclusive Images from Tell-Tale Red Carpet and Q&A

The Tribeca Film Festival is as much a staple of New York City as the buildings lining its streets or the cab drivers flipping you off. We are inundated with countless new projects from across the planet, all packed into a few days. This year's lineup didn't leave much room for our lovely horror, but there were some moments to be had!

Clip and Still from Tell-Tale

As a huge Poe fan, I'm really looking forward to seeing the latest film based upon one of his most frightening stories, Tell-Tale. You excited too? You may just be after checking out the latest clip and still from the film!

First Image from Tell-Tale

The first still from Lena Heady's latest foray into horror, Tell-Tale, hit online today courtesy of the official Tribeca website, and it doesn't exactly tell a whole hell of a lot.