5 items from 2013
Gale Anne Hurd is going on the hunt for aliens with Syfy. The Walking Dead executive producer is teaming with the NBCUniversal-owned cable network and writer Natalie Chaldez to develop Hunters, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Based on Whitley Strieber's best-selling novel Alien Hunter, the 90-minute drama, which is in development, follows a Pennsylvania detective-turned-suspect Flynn Carroll who, after his wife mysteriously goes missing, is determined to prove his innocence and find her. His search leads to evidence that dangerous alien cells are living among us, and the U.S. government has a secret organization
- Lesley Goldberg
Based on "Communion" author Whitley Strieber's best-selling fictional novel "Alien Hunter," the story follows Pennsylvania detective Flynn Carroll who becomes the prime suspect after his wife mysteriously goes missing.
Determined to prove his innocence and find her, he uncovers evidence that dangerous alien cells are living among us and the U.S. government has a secret organization in place to thwart their efforts.
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- Garth Franklin
Paul Davids is a lifelong storyteller, a man whose career has involved great projects from the original Transformers cartoon to the wonderful Roswell. He is a director, producer, writer, and actor who brought us the delightful documentary The Sci-fi Boys, detailing the evolution of Sci-Fi. But now comes one of Paul’s most personal and important works to date: The Life After Death Project. This new work documents Paul’s personal experiences with strange occurrences in his life following the death of Paul’s dear friend, FM founding editor Forrest J Ackerman. What started out as a seemingly stray mark on a piece of paper has become a massive exploration involving numerous celebrities, experts, and academics into the nature of messages from beyond the grave. Paul chronicles his personal journey to uncover the science behind the unexplained happenings in his life as well as decipher the possible meanings of them all. »
- The ED-itor
On December 4, 2008, the horror and sci-fi genres lost their favorite Uncle when Forrest J Ackerman passed away. Since then each day we miss him more and more. Now a new documentary has come that's intriguing to say the least.
From writer/producer/director Paul Davids comes The Life After Death Project, and it focuses on the very real possibility of after death communication, particularly with Forrest J Ackerman. The film, which airs on the Syfy Channel May 15 before getting a two-disc Collector's Edition DVD release nationwide on July 16, features interviews with authors Richard Matheson, Whitley Strieber, Dannion Brinkley, and Michael Shermer as well as scientists and top tier mediums. Check out the trailer and poster below.
Don't really know how to feel about this one. On one hand is exploitative, but on the other Forry just may have gotten a kick out of this.
A mesmerizing "CSI"-caliber quest »
- Uncle Creepy
Previously on Merlin, the series, realizing it will soon be entering its last season, quickly ticked off the mythical legends of Tristan and Isolde, the Sword in the Stone, and a Congress able to actually make a decision on anything (now that’s really fantasy fiction!), Arthur had yet another crisis in confidence (I’m sorry, but if I had Bradley James’ body my crises would be more likely to involve public nudity than waning confidence). Nonetheless, he rallied in time to defeat Morgana (again) who had invaded the kingdom (again) and restored Camelot (again) to its usual air of peace and prosperity (again, until next week.) Arthur married Guinevere/Gwen (which means Kate Middleton will be the second commoner to be Queen of England) and an injured Morgana was saved by being breathed on by a deformed hairless Chihuahua (funny, when my dog breathes on me all I get »
5 items from 2013
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