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Latest teaser for ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’

Prepare yourself for a creepy and enticingly psychological series soon to hit Netflix next week. Debuting on January 13, Neil Patrick Harris stars in the new series A Series of Unfortunate Events. Set to follow the story line of the books – and movie – there is plenty riding on this series as a testament to fans everywhere, and for new fans craving that scary excitement.

Harris will be playing Count Olaf (I know, we’re excited too) while there are plenty of new names starring in the show. Usman Ally (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is set to play the Hook-Handed Man while Matty Cardarople (The Big Sick) plays the Henchperson of Indetermined Gender and John DeSantis (Van Helsing) plays the Bald Man. As for the kids Klaus and Violet Baudelaire, they’re played by Louis Hynes and Malina Weissman (Nine Lives).

While there are plenty of new names, we sure are excited to
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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Netflix Releases Launch Date & Teaser

Joy, joy, happiness, my fortune's about to change! The A Series of Unfortunate Events TV show adaptation drops to Netflix on Friday, January 13, 2017. Patrick Warburton stars as Lemony Snicket. Watch him announce the premiere date in a cruelly whimsical video, after the jump.Neil Patrick Harris stars as Count Olaf. While you can't see him in the promo, you can hear him. The fantasy drama stars: Joan Cusack as Justice Strauss; Malina Weissman as Violet Baudelaire, and Louis Hynes as Klaus Baudelaire. The cast also includes John DeSantis and Usman Ally. Barry Sonnenfeld and Daniel Handler executive produce.Read More…
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Supernatural, Ep 8.13: “Everybody Hates Hitler” sets up a promising new adversary for the Winchesters

Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki

Supernatural, Season 8, Episode 13: “Everybody Hates Hitler”

Written by Ben Edlund

Directed by Philip Sgriccia

Airs Wednesdays at 9pm (Et) on CW

It has been established numerous times over Supernatural’s run that dabbling with otherworldly forces is not something new; in fact, it has been going on for a very long time. This point was driven home once again last week with the reveal that Sam and Dean’s grandfather was part of a larger organisation that fought against otherworldly forces, opening up another historical aspect to the fight. As there were those who fought for good, it’s believable that there were also humans who fought for evil, and it was only a matter of time before they surfaced as well, posing a new threat to the Winchesters. The idea of a resurrected society of supernatural evildoers is the one that this week’s episode explores,
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Producer's Preview of Supernatural Episode 8.13 - Everybody Hates Hitler

Tomorrow night's "Supernatural" is written by Ben Edlund so it's sure to be as quirky as the scribe's episodes typically are. Check out a preview of "Everybody Hates Hitler " in which executive producer Jeremy Carver teases Nazi necromancers of all things!

"Supernatural" Episode 8.13 - "Everybody Hates Hitler" (airs 2/6/13, 9-10 pm)

Sam And Dean Face Off Against A Golem — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the death of Rabbi Bass (guest star Hal Linden, “Barney Miller”), who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers.

Sam and Dean are attacked by a Golem (guest star John DeSantis) who turns out to belong to the Rabbi’s grandson, Aaron (Adam Rose). The key to the case lies with the Golem, but Aaron doesn’t know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.

Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Ben Edlund.
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Supernatural Producer Ben Edlund Previews His 'Comedic' Nazi Necromancers/Golem Adventure

Supernatural Producer Ben Edlund Previews His 'Comedic' Nazi Necromancers/Golem Adventure
Nazi necromancers, a rabbi and a golem — it’s all in a day’s work for Supernatural‘s Sam and Dean in this Wednesday’s episode, “Everybody Hates Hitler” (airing at 9/8c on The CW). And who better to bring such an offbeat case together than writer/consulting producer Ben Edlund, who’s penned such memorable hours as “Bad Day at Black Rock,” “Monster Movie” and “Clap Your Hands If You Believe”?

Edlund recently hopped on a conference call to talk up his latest kooky episode, the Winchesters’ new home base and finding an actor to top Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki.
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Supernatural Preview: Ben Edlund on Everybody Hating Hitler, Necromancer Nazis and More

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It looks like Sam and Dean are about to uncover a treasure trove of knowledge on this week's Supernatural episode, "Everybody Hates Hitler."

Over a conference call, writer Ben Edlund dished the details on where the Winchester brothers are headed after learning about the Men of Letter's wealth of information on "As Time Goes By," while also facing Necromancer Nazis and a Golem that actually towers over the two lead actors.

With episodes under his belt such as "Blood Brothers" and "Reading is Fundamental," Edlund is no stranger to creating a wild new aspect to the show that ties in the classic humor, drama and action that's become a staple of the series.

As for centering an installment around villainous Nazi Necromancers, Edlund said that the concept "originally stemmed in terms of thinking of the Thule Society," a German occultist group that "really did fund the early days of the
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Enter 'Hunters Central' in this Clip from Supernatural Episode 8.13 - Everybody Hates Hitler

"Supernatural" episodes have had some pretty creative titles over the years, but next week's is definitely one of the most intriguing we've heard yet. Check out a sneak peek of "Everybody Hates Hitler."

"Supernatural" Episode 8.13 - "Everybody Hates Hitler" (airs 2/6/13, 9-10 pm)

Sam And Dean Face Off Against A Golem — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the death of Rabbi Bass (guest star Hal Linden, “Barney Miller”), who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers.

Sam and Dean are attacked by a Golem (guest star John DeSantis) who turns out to belong to the Rabbi’s grandson, Aaron (Adam Rose). The key to the case lies with the Golem, but Aaron doesn’t know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.

Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Ben Edlund.

Related Story: Image Gallery for
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Image Gallery and Preview of Supernatural Episode 8.13 - Everybody Hates Hitler

Last night's episode of "Supernatural" was a real heartbreaker, but it looks like things are lightening up a bit next week in Episode 8.13, "Everybody Hates Hitler." Check out a preview and our image gallery for the ep!

"Supernatural" Episode 8.13 - "Everybody Hates Hitler" (airs 2/6/13, 9-10 pm)

Sam And Dean Face Off Against A Golem — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the death of Rabbi Bass (guest star Hal Linden, “Barney Miller”), who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers.

Sam and Dean are attacked by a Golem (guest star John DeSantis) who turns out to belong to the Rabbi’s grandson, Aaron (Adam Rose). The key to the case lies with the Golem, but Aaron doesn’t know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.

Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Ben Edlund.

For
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New Supernatural Season 8,Episode 13 Official Spoilers,Plotline Released By CW

New Supernatural season 8,episode 13 official spoilers,plotline released by CW. Recently, CW released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Supernatural" episode 13 of season 8. The episode is entitled, "Everybody Hates Hitler," and it sounds like it'll be another very intriguing installment as Dean and Sam investigate a spontaneously combusted man,and more. In the new,13th episode press release, Sam and Dean will investigate the death of Rabbi Bass , who spontaneously combusted. The case will become even more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers. Sam and Dean are going to get attacked by a Golem (guest star John DeSantis), who turns out to belong to the Rabbi’s grandson, named Aaron. The key to the case will lie with the Golem but Aaron doesn’t know how to control him, which is going to leave everyone in major danger. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode,
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New Synopses for Supernatural Ep. 8.13 - Everybody Hates Hitler and The Vampire Diaries Ep. 4.13 - Into the Wild

Time to look ahead to February as we now have official synopses for upcoming episodes of "Supernatural" and "The Vampire Diaries." Check out what's in store for fans on Feb. 6th and 7th in Ep. 8.13, "Everybody Hates Hitler," and Ep. 4.13, "Into the Wild," respectively.

"Supernatural" Episode 8.13 - "Everybody Hates Hitler" (airs 2/6/13, 9-10 pm)

Sam And Dean Face Off Against A Golem — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the death of Rabbi Bass (guest star Hal Linden, “Barney Miller”), who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers.

Sam and Dean are attacked by a Golem (guest star John DeSantis) who turns out to belong to the Rabbi’s grandson, Aaron (Adam Rose). The key to the case lies with the Golem, but Aaron doesn’t know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.

Phil Sgriccia directed
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Exclusive: Joe Dante Talks The Hole!

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Exclusive: Joe Dante Talks The Hole!
Joe Dante Talks The Hole, in select theaters this weekend before its October 2nd Blu-ray debut

Joe Dante has made some great films throughout his career. He started off by working with Roger Corman, making the original Piranha. He then went onto make such seminal 80s masterworks as Gremlins, Explorers, Innerspace, and our own personal favorite The 'burbs. His second to last film was Looney Tunes: Back In Action, and then he went onto make The Hole, which is often referred to as his comeback and a return to form for the director, who is known for making darker family fare that doesn't quite fit the norm.

The Hole was supposed to come out in 2009. It was shot in 3D, one of the first to jump on the bandwagon, but the conversion of other 2D films into 3D flooded the market, and The Hole was swallowed up in the storm.
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The Hole Final Poster

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The Hole Final Poster
Following the new trailer that debuted last week, Big Air Studios has released the final poster for The Hole, director Joe Dante's long-awaited thriller that finally hits theaters later this month. Chris Massoglia and Nathan Gamble star as two brothers who discover a mysterious hole in their basement, which may lead them straight into the bowels of hell. Check out this one-sheet featuring Chris Massoglia and Haley Bennett as they peer into this sinister chasm!

The Hole comes to theaters September 28th, 2012 and stars Chris Massoglia, Haley Bennett, Teri Polo, Bruce Dern, Nathan Gamble, Quinn Lord, John DeSantis, Merritt Patterson. The film is directed by Joe Dante.
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Second The Hole Trailer

Second The Hole Trailer
Two and a half years after the first trailer was released, we finally have the second trailer for director Joe Dante's The Hole. This long-awaited thriller has officially been set for release on September 28th. Chris Massoglia and Nathan Gamble star as brothers Dane and Lucas, who discover a bizarre hole in the basement of their new home. They are soon haunted by their deepest and darkest fears by this bottomless crevasse, which may lead them straight to hell! The film also stars Haley Bennett, Teri Polo, and Bruce Dern. Take a look!

The Hole Trailer 2

The Hole comes to theaters September 28th, 2012 and stars Chris Massoglia, Haley Bennett, Teri Polo, Bruce Dern, Nathan Gamble, Quinn Lord, John DeSantis, Merritt Patterson. The film is directed by Joe Dante.
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First The Hole Clip Arrives!

Cult director Joe Dante (Gremlins) has been promising a truly unique and terrifying experience with his latest teen thriller The Hole, and now Sky Movies has gotten their hands on the very first clip from this upcoming 3D horror movie. In this scary peek at The Hole, Haley Bennett's Julie Campbell is confronted by a spooky apparition in her high school's bathroom. To watch the video, click on the clip below:

The Hole Film Clip

The Hole, filmed in 3D, centers on Susan (Teri Polo), a mother who moves with her teen sons to a rural house where the three are forced to face their fears after discovering a bottomless hole in the basement.

The Hole comes to theaters in 2010 and stars Chris Massoglia, Haley Bennett, Teri Polo, Bruce Dern, Nathan Gamble, Quinn Lord, John DeSantis, Merritt Patterson. The film is directed by Joe Dante.
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New images from 30 Days of Night: Dark Days unveiled

Movieweb have unveiled a handful of new images from the 30 Days Of Night sequel Dark Days which is being released on DVD and Blu-ray in the Us this October courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

It’s been a year since the Alaskan town of Barrow’s population was decimated by vampires during its annual month long sunset. Riddled with grief over the death of her husband, bound by nightmares and void of all emotions beyond hate and sorrow, Stella (Sanchez) has spent the past months traveling the world, trying to convince others that vampires exist. Met with skepticism and laughter, Stella is ready to throw in the towel when a group of lost souls (Coiro, Baird and Perrineau) offers an incredible opportunity: the chance to exact revenge upon Lilith (Kirshner), the vampire queen responsible for the assault on her sleepy Alaskan town. With nothing remaining to live for, and nothing left to fear,
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Movie Clubs: Sean Hood & Cube 2, Mountain Roads, Iron Man 2 & Juno

Movie Clubs: Sean Hood & Cube 2, Mountain Roads, Iron Man 2 & Juno
More behind-the-scenes goodies with this week's movie club picks:

Peter Hall offers a little something extra with his SciFi Squad pick Cube 2: Hypercube -- a chat with screenwriter Sean Hood. Hood offers up a little Q&A, concept art for the film, and the original draft script. That's pretty notable since, as Hood shares: "Virtually every word of my script was tossed. Some of the basic characterizations were kept... along with the concept of the cube as a 4-d hypercube."

Hall also cooked up some discussion for his Horror Squad pick: Incident On and Off a Mountain Road. Written and directed by Don Coscarelli (of Bubba Ho-Tep fame), Hall writes: "As a straight-forward narrative, this is just a familiar yarn about a damsel in distress (Bree Turner) in the mountains who fights back against the freak of nature (John DeSantis) who has kidnapped her. However, the heavy and consistent
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First The Hole Trailer Released

Twitch has revealed a brand new, possibly leaked trailer for director Joe Dante's new film, The Hole, which currently doesn't have a release date set. Click on the video player below to watch this new trailer for yourself.

The Hole Trailer

The Hole comes to theaters in 2010 and stars Chris Massoglia, Haley Bennett, Teri Polo, Bruce Dern, Nathan Gamble, Quinn Lord, John DeSantis, Merritt Patterson. The film is directed by Joe Dante.
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Exclusive: Producer Talks 30 Days of Night: Dark Days From the Set

Dread Central hit the set of Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days earlier this month - the film wraps principal photography today in Vancouver, Canada, under the watchful eye of co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai - and while there sat down with producer Jr Young (among others) to discuss the flick (cast interviews to come).

“This is a very edgy film,” Young, who previously produced The Messengers, told Dread while intently watching a scene being played out in video village – a scene which featured a rather hysterical and bloody actress (Katherine Isabelle) pleading for her life. “Ben knows this world. I think it comes natural to him.”

Starring Kiele (A Perfect Getaway) Sanchez, Mia (De Palma’s The Black Dahlia) Kirschner, Rhys ("Entourage") Coiro, Diora (Night of the Demons) Baird, Harold ("Lost") Perrineau, Troy (A Marine Story) Ruptash, Jackson Berlin, John De Santis, Marco Sorian, Monique (Cabin in the Woods) Ganderton,
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First Image from Dark Days: 30 Days Of Night

This first image from the 30 Days Of Night sequel Dark Days courtesy of Spwag/Stage 6 and photographed by Chris Large has been making the rounds on-line, but we tracked it back to Ain't It Cool News. Below is your first look at actress Kiele Sanchez as the new Stella Oleson, taking over the role originated by Melissa George in the first film. Directed by Ben Ketai, the sequel was co-written by Ketai with Steve Niles and based upon Niles graphic novel sequel of the same name. The cast also consists of Mia Kirshner (playing vampire Lilith), Diora Baird ( Night Of The Demons ), Rhys Coiro ( Straw Dogs ), Harold Perrineau, Troy Ruptash, Jackson Berlin, John De Santis, Marco Sorian and Katherine Isabelle ( Ginger Snaps , Freddy Vs Jason ). Dark Days is currently lensing in...
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'30 Days of Night' Set Visit: 'Ginger Snaps' Star Katherine Isabelle Joins Cast!

This past week Bloody Disgusting's Evan Katz headed up north to Vancouver to check out the set of Sony Stage 6's 30 Days Of Night: Dark Days, which is currently being directed by Ben Ketai. Beyond the break you'll find a little teaser from set, which reveals some brand new casting including Ginger Snaps star Katherine Isabelle! While Id already known about the casting of Kiele Sanchez, Mia Kirschner, Rhys Coiro, Diora Baird, Harold Perrineau, Troy Ruptash, Jackson Berlin, John De Santis, and Marco Sorian I was pleasantly surprised to find Katherine Isabelle of Ginger Snaps fame was has a role in the film. I cant give away too much, but her scene involved a skimpy blue nightgown, fifty degree weather, and a highly unorthodox vampiric initiation ritual. Really screwed up, intense stuff. More
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