Ah, the soundtrack to Wes Craven’s Shocker - truly the B-Sides gift that keeps on giving. It wouldn’t be the most metal 80’s horror movie soundtrack without a hard rockin’ hair band power ballad. Every rose has its thorn; just like every sword had its stone; or something like that.
Paul Stanley of Kiss and rock super producer Desmond Child on lead vocals! Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell and journeyman axe grinder Guy Mann-Dude on guitars! Rudy Srazo of Whitesnake on bass! Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee on drums! A heavy metal supergroup assembled one time only for the sole purpose of... performing the theme song to a Wes Craven slasher flick? Damn straight!
We've got one episode left before "Supernatural" goes on a brief hiatus, and it's ominously entitled "And Then There Were None". Check out a clip and a quick teaser preview for it, and note that with regard to the static you'll see: "It's not your TV... it's not your hearing... it's all in your head."
We should celebrate our dead Presidents more often it seems! Just in time for the long President's Day weekend, The CW sent over an assortment of stills from the upcoming "Supernatural" episode "The French Mistake", wherein the Winchesters break the fourth wall, along with "And Then There Were None", in which Samuel and Bobby finally square off. Dig 'em!
In order to accommodate the two-hour series finale of "Smallville" this coming May 13th, The CW will be preempting "Supernatural" that week, but the good news is that as a result, "Supernatural" will have its own two-hour season finale airing on May 20th.
With its rather ominous title of "And Then There Were None", Episode 16 of "Supernatural" promises a meeting fans have undoubtedly been waiting for: Grandpa Samuel squaring off against the Winchester boys' surrogate father Bobby. Should be interesting as although everyone loves Jim Beaver, more Mitch Pileggi on the show is always a good thing!
The consensus among "Supernatural" fans seems to be that now that Sam has his soul back, the show's got its groove back, especially with the "Mother of All" being added to the mix. Not sure if this week's ep, "Unforgiven", will shed much light on what Mother is up to, but here are a preview and a clip to check out while we wait to find out.
Now this is disappointing. In a press release today, The CW announced that the next two episodes of "Supernatural", "Like a Virgin" and "Unforgiven", which were slotted to run tomorrow, January 28th, and next Friday, February 4th, respectively, have each been pushed back a week. Read on for the updated airdates and synopses.
While we bide our time waiting for "Supernatural" to return from its winter hiatus -- only two more weeks! -- The CW has released the synopsis for "Unforgiven", the show's upcoming 13th episode, in which Dean finds out about Sam's life when he hunted with Grandpa Samuel.
Those of us who've been watching the new Season Six of "Supernatural" have been questioning exactly what Grampa Samuel might be up to. And it appears that Dean will be as well come Episode 7, "Family Matters", airing on November 5th. Read on for a summary of the episode.
They may have relegated "Supernatural" to Friday nights, but that doesn't mean The CW doesn't still take care of the show's fans with a plethora of stills, clips, etc.; and today they give us a few behind-the-scenes photos of Jensen Ackles directing his first ep
The Jensen Ackles-directed Episode 4, "Weekend at Bobby's", of this season of "Supernatural" debuts this Friday, October 15th, and we've got a little behind-the-scenes peek at what it was like for him working on the other side of the camera.
"Supernatural" fans on Team Jensen have a lot to be excited about this week as on Friday, October 15th, they'll have a chance to check out the episode he directed (i.e., "Weekend at Bobby's"). The trade-off is that he won't be appearing in it very much.
Last week's "Supernatural" episode got things a bit more back on track for the Winchester brothers, and that, plus the promise of Castiel's return, have made us look forward to the upcoming third Season Six ep, entitled "The Third Man", even more.
On October 15th we'll finally have a chance to check out the "Supernatural" episode directed by co-star Jensen Ackles, entitled "Weekend at Bobby's", and to help get everyone geared up for it, The CW has released a big batch of stills.