The war between vamps and lycans heats up next week on Syfy's "Being Human", and to help you choose sides, we have a preview and a clip from Episode 2.07, "The Ties that Blind".
One flick we know you guys are going to dig once it's released is Casey Walker's A Little Bit Zombie. It's that rare breed of a "zombedy" film that actually works! Check out the new official one-sheet created by Tom Hodge, aka The Dude Designs, and look for more soon!
We never expected to enjoy "Being Human" on Syfy as much as we do, and with the tease of Mark Pellegrino's return next week in "Mama Said There'd Be Decades Like This", we're even more psyched for the episode. Check out the preview and a sneak peek clip to see if you concur!
Syfy is ordering a third season (13 episodes) of its hit series "Being Human", it was announced today by Mark Stern, President of Original Content, Syfy and Co-Head of Original Content, Universal Cable Productions. The announcement comes just four episodes into the 13-episode second season, which premiered on Monday, January 16.
Syfy wasn't kidding when they said this season of "Being Human" is all about temptation! Last night's episode took a really dark turn down that path, and from what's shown in this preview and clip from Episode 2.05, "Addicted to Love", it doesn't look like things will be changing soon.
A Preview and a Sneak Peek Clip from Being Human (US) Episode 2.04 - (I Loathe You) For Sentimental Reasons
While we await the debut of the fourth season of the UK's "Being Human" next month, Season 2 of Syfy's take on the series is chugging along nicely, and in anticipation of Episode 2.04, "(I Loathe You) For Sentimental Reasons", which airs February 6th, we have a preview and a sneak peek.
It may not be the most popular view in town, but we are really enjoying the second season of Syfy's "Being Human" as so far it's bringing the perfect mix of horror and dark comedy to the small screen. Today we have a preview and sneak peek clip from the upcoming Episode 2.03, "All Out of Blood", to share.
Last night's return of "Being Human" on Syfy answered the one big question we had coming in to Season 2: Was Nora turned by Josh? If you haven't watched yet, you might want to avoid this preview and sneak peek of next week's Episode 2.02, "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?"
Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" kicks off this coming Monday night, January 16th, and we've got two more new clips to share, one that takes a look ahead to the upcoming episodes and another that will catch you up on the main characters' relationships.
Looking forward to the January 16th return of Syfy's "Being Human"? Then you've no doubt already joined all of the show's various social media connections and seen the three special clips released by the network. For the rest of you we have them all right here!
Last week we brought you Part 1 of an in-depth interview with "Being Human" executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver, and as promised, we now have Part 2 ready for your reading pleasure. Fricke and Carver continue discussing what we can expect in Season 2, if any other creatures make an appearance in the series, the ins and outs of vampire politics, and lots more!
With both the US and UK versions of "Being Human" fast approaching their season premieres, it's no wonder our news feed is full of stories about both of them. Up next we have a sneak peek of the Season 2 premiere of Syfy's "Being Human", entitled "Turn This Mother Out".
Earlier this week Syfy hosted a lengthy conference call with "Being Human" executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver so they could tell us what's coming up in the new season, including a few guest stars to be on the lookout for, along with providing some new promo photos. Read on for Part 1 of the call (Part 2 will follow next week), and look for the Season 2 premiere of "Being Human" on January 16th.
Just where do vampires go to learn how to deal with humans on a day-to-day basis? Can't exactly head down to the nearest etiquette class or check out a local finishing school. Vamps have to be a bit more creative. Thankfully they have Valemont... a place that teaches the undead how to deal with the not yet undead.
Everybody grab your copy of the Beatles' White Album, light some incense, and go helter skelter over Trembles' review this week of Leslie, My Name Is Evil starring Kristen Hager as Leslie Van Houten, a member of the infamous Manson Family.