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Dark Horse Casting a Spell on Wheels in October

14 July 2016 6:30 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Looking for a new comic series to check out? Dark Horse has announced that the five-issue Spell on Wheels, written by Kate Leth (Adventure Time: Seeing Red, Patsy Walker, a.k.a. Hellcat!) with illustrations by Megan Levens (Buffy the Vampire Slayer… Continue Reading →

The post Dark Horse Casting a Spell on Wheels in October appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Debi Moore

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Call Of Duty: Zombies Comic Book Series Announced by Dark Horse

12 July 2016 2:37 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The seemingly endless legions of the living dead are shambling off the screen and sinking their teeth into a new story in Call of Duty: Zombies, a six-part comic book series from Dark Horse, Activision Publishing, and Treyarch that debuts this October:

Press Release: Milwaukie, Or—Dark Horse Comics, Activision Publishing, Inc., and award-winning game development studio, Treyarch have teamed up to deliver Call of Duty: Zombies, a comic book series of undead proportions, written by comics superstar Justin Jordan (Green Lantern: New Guardians), and illustrated by Jonathan Wayshak (Devolution), with story by Zombies Director, Jason Blundell and the studio’s Lead Writer, Craig Houston. With incredible covers by superstar artist Simon Bisley, the waves of undead come straight out of Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies experience and onto the pages of Dark Horse Comics!

Since Treyarch first introduced Zombies to the Call of Duty franchise as an »

- Derek Anderson

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14 Times You Had the Biggest Crush on Spike From Buffy the Vampire Slayer

12 July 2016 10:45 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

One of the greatest questions of our generation has been "Who's hotter: Angel or Spike?" The answer to that is simple. Sure, we watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer every week to see her kick ass, but we're not ashamed to admit it was really Spike who got the blood pumping in our veins. Something about his platinum blond hair and that mischievous smile was and still is enough to make us want to get bitten. Look through for more proof that Spike is the hottest vampire to ever grace Sunnydale, then be sure to check out what your favorite Buffy stars are up to today and the Buffy quotes you still use. »

- Terry Carter

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Belladonna of Sadness Is a Lost Classic Worth Rediscovering

11 July 2016 2:07 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

This Week in New DVD ReleasesBelladonna of Sadness Brings Tragic Beauty and a Call for Sacrifice to Home VideoPick of the WeekBelladonna of Sadness

What is it? Jeanne and Jean are a young couple in love, but after their fairy tale wedding the pair are brought before the local lord to make an offering. He forces himself on her instead before sharing her with his court, and when even her new husband turns his back on her she finds pained, messy comfort with a devil-sent imp who offers to help in exchange for her soul.

Why buy it? Eiichi Yamamoto’s early ’70s slice of psychedelia, erotica, and still-relevant commentary is a beautifully disturbing descent into our shared history of sexual violence, oppression, and the abuse of authority. If it sounds heavy, well, it is — it’s also extremely graphic with watercolor frames and hand-drawn animation that capture the atrocities with gorgeously imaginative imagery. It »

- Rob Hunter

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Star Trek Beyond, and Lgbt representation in the Trek series

10 July 2016 6:15 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Llinos Cathryn Thomas Jul 11, 2016

Following the recent news from Star Trek Beyond, we look at Star Trek's track record when it comes to queer issues and characters

Many Star Trek fans are celebrating following the news that, in the upcoming movie Star Trek Beyond, Sulu is confirmed as being in a long-term relationship with another man. This kind of queer representation has been a long time coming for the Star Trek franchise.

The Original Series wasn’t afraid to tackle social issues, with a racially diverse cast and episodes dealing – literally or allegorically – with women’s rights, racial divisions and the futility of war, but the later installments in the franchise have shied away from taking the obvious next step of including queer characters.

In 1991, Gene Roddenberry made a statement on his plans to include gay characters in Star Trek: The Next Generation, but following his death shortly afterwards, »

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Stream This: Mustang, The Big Short, Hello Dolly, The Painted Veil

9 July 2016 6:16 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

In the effort to stay au courant we're going to try to do "new to streaming" weekly, alternating between Netflix and Amazon Prime sometimes, big lists, sometimes highlights. This will also give us a chance to link to previous coverage of the old films that are "new" again via the power of the internet. But first a last chance notice...

Last Chance Netflix (Expires July 16th)

-Y'all were watching I take it. Did you see us fight?

-No.

-Trap." 

Serenity

I've been curious to watch Serenity (and Firefly for that matter) again to see if you can easily chart Joss Whedon's growth from self-created warm-up to Studio-hire mega-success in The Avengers. He was always good at selling team dynamics, though. That was clear from the earliest episodes of Buffy. We previously covered Serenity in Season 3 of Hit Me With Your Best Shot. I miss Whedon as TV creator on »

- NATHANIEL R

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10 “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” Moments Guaranteed to Make You Cry

5 July 2016 10:01 AM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

Everyone knows that Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans are the best kind of fans. We’re all so nice! My adoration for Joss Whedon’s television series has given me some incredible friends and also helped me through some really difficult times in life. It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows in Sunnydale though, as Buffy the Vampire Slayer frequently caused […] »

- Trace Thurman

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The First Wives Club: TV Land Series Pilot Casts Vanessa Lachey

1 July 2016 4:41 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The club recruits another member. THR reports Vanessa Lachey has been cast as the third wife, in The First Wives Club  TV show pilot for TV Land. Lachey played Tracy in the Truth Be Told  TV series, which was cancelled after one season on NBC. She also played Camilla Whittemore on Seth Green's Dads  TV series, which Fox cancelled after one season.Lachey joins Green's former Buffy the Vampire Slayer  scene partner, Alyson Hannigan, as well as Megan Hilty, who were both previously announced. Hannigan is set as an English professor named Maggie. Hilty is Kim, a formerly successful actress. Lachey has been cast as Sasha.Read More… »

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Royal Pains Season 8 Episode 7 Review: The Good News Is...

29 June 2016 9:46 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Generally, I cringe when I hear that one of my favorite shows is going to attempt a musical episode. Why? Because it’s rare to find one well done. 

One of the only exceptions to that rule has been Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s “Once More with Feeling.” I’m still in awe of how much I enjoyed that installment.

Needless to say, I didn’t have high hopes for Royal Pains Season 8 Episode 7.

Surprisingly, not only did I really enjoy this hour, it even, at times, had me singing along!

Both the song Divya sang to her child, and the actress’ voice were beautiful in that opening scene and set the bar high. 

I also have to say that the women far outdid the men with their singing abilities. When Hank and Evan were singing about being done, I found myself wishing they were actually done a few verses sooner. »

- Christine Orlando

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Porn Star Amber Rayne Died of Cocaine Overdose, Coroner Says

24 June 2016 4:10 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Adult film actress Amber Rayne, who died in April at age 31, perished as the result of a cocaine overdose, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office told TheWrap on Friday. Rayne’s final cause of death was determined to be cocaine intoxication. Her death was ruled an accident. The porn star, whose real name was Meghan Wren, entered the adult film industry in 2005, and amassed a body of work that included “Bitch & Moan 2,” “The Violation of Kylie Ireland,” “Big Toy Orgy” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer XXX: A Parody.” Also Read: Amber Rayne, Adult Film Actress. »

- Tim Kenneally

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Funko unveils more San Diego Comic-Con exclusives

21 June 2016 12:25 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

We’ve already brought you promo images for some of Funko’s San Deigo Comic-Con International exclusives [see here], and now we have a look at more Pop! Vinyl, Dorbz and Rock Candy exclusives which will be available at next month’s con; check them out here…

See Also: Funko’s Star Wars Celebration Europe Pop! Vinyl exclusives

Pop! Rides: 2016 Ghostbusters Red Ecto-1 with Slimer

Pop! Games: Gears of War – Marcus Fenix with Head

Pop! Games: Gears of War – Marcus Fenix with Head

Pop! Television: The Walking Dead – Burning Walker

Pop! Disney: Pirates of the Caribbean – Cursed Barbossa

Dorbz: Hanna-Barbera – Huckleberry Hound

Dorbz: Wreck-It Ralph 3-pack – Turbo, Ralph & Felix

Pop! Disney: Up – Dug with Cone

Pop! TV: Buffy the Vampire Slayer 2-pack – Vampire Buffy & Vampire Angel

Pop! Movies: Willy Wonka – Violet Beauregarde

Rock Candy: New 52 Harley Quinn

Pop! Disney: Haunted Mansion – Phineas

Pop! Disney: Haunted MansionEzra

Pop! Disney: Haunted Mansion – Gus

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- Gary Collinson

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‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ – Watch the first trailer

21 June 2016 10:06 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Sony Pictures have released the very first trailer for their upcoming release A Street Cat Named Bob, the brand new movie which will hit cinemas later this year.

The film is based on James Bowen’s much-loved, best-selling book of the same name. Starring Luke Treadaway (Unbroken, Clash of the Titans) as James Bowen, A Street Cat Named Bob tells the moving and life-affirming true story of the unlikely friendship between a young homeless busker, James Bowen, and the stray ginger cat named Bob who changed his life.

Also starring Ruta Gedmintas (The Strain, The Incident) Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey, Filth) Anthony Head (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and (of course) Bob, filming took place over six weeks in London, mainly in Covent Garden where James and Bob used to busk.

The film is directed by Roger Spottiswoode (Tomorrow Never Dies, Under Fire, Air America, Turner and Hooch), with a script »

- Paul Heath

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Board Game coming in October

18 June 2016 11:10 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Get ready to return to Sunnydale this October with the release of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Board Game from Jasco Games and Lynnvader Studios.

The cooperative board game has players take the role of Buffy and her friends as they defend the town of Sunnydale from an onslaught of vampires and demons. There is also the goal of unraveling the plot of the real Big Bad, who is scheming to open the Hellmouth. Players must work together using all their resources, including character’s special abilities, to help the defenseless residents of Sunnydale.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Board Game is for 1-6 players, and is set for release on October 28th, priced $39.99.

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- Gary Collinson

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What's the Scariest TV Show or Episode You've Ever Seen?

16 June 2016 11:15 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

When's the last time a TV show made you scream in horror? Was it a ghost on The X-Files? Was it one of the monstrous characters on American Horror Story or Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Which episodes or TV shows keep you up at night.

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- TVSeriesFinale.com

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‘Empire’ Co-Creator Danny Strong Signs Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

16 June 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“Empire” co-creator Danny Strong has just closed a multi-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television, the studio announced Thursday. Under the pact, he will develop, write, direct and supervise new projects for the studio, in addition to continuing as executive producer and frequent director and writer on “Empire,” which he developed with Lee Daniels.

“Our relationship with Danny goes all the way back to his days as an actor on ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,'” commented Dana Walden and Gary Newman, CEOs of 20th Century Fox TV and Fox Television Group. “Little did we know then that he would one day go on to co-create one of the biggest hits in the history of our studio and network, let alone the No. 1 show on broadcast television. He’s a spectacular talent who can literally do it all, and everyone — from actors and writers, to the crew and executives — loves working with him. This is a big win for our company and we couldn’t be happier personally that Danny will continue to write, direct, supervise and develop series for us for years to come.”

“Working with Dana and Gary and their entire team has been one of the best experiences of my career. Without their guidance and creative instincts, ‘Empire’ never would have made it on the air, let alone become the success that it has. I’m so honored to be in business with a company that continues to raise the bar with excellent and original programming and am looking forward to many more years with such a fantastic and talented group of people,” Strong said in a statement.

Strong is wrapping his feature film directorial debut “Rebel in the Rye,” starring Nicholas Hoult, Kevin Spacey, Hope Davis, Victor Garber and Sarah Paulson for Black Label Media, about the early years of the author J.D. Salinger and the events that led him to write his masterpiece, “The Catcher in the Rye.” He has also written “Guys and Dolls” for 21st Century Fox, with Michael Grandage directing.

Strong previously wrote the screenplay for Daniels’ “The Butler,” along with co-writing “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts I and II.” He penned and produced HBO filmsRecount” and “Game Change,” and will next be seen on screen in Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls” revival.

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- Laura Prudom

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‘Empire’ Co-Creator Danny Strong Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

16 June 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Empire co-creator Danny Strong has closed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television, the studio behind the hit Fox drama series. Under the pact, Strong, who co-created Empire with Lee Daniels, will continue to work on the series as executive producer and frequent director and writer. He also will develop, write, direct and supervise new projects for the studio. "Our relationship with Danny goes all the way back to his days as an actor on Buffy the Vampire Slayer,&#8221… »

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‘Empire’ Co-Creator Danny Strong Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox

16 June 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Danny Strong continues to build an empire of his own. Twentieth Century Fox Television has signed the “Empire” co-creator to a multiyear overall deal. Under the new pact, he’ll develop, write, direct and supervise new projects for the studio. “Our relationship with Danny goes all the way back to his days as an actor on ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,'” said studio/network co-chiefs Dana Walden and Gary Newman. “Little did we know then that he would one day go on to co-create one of the biggest hits in the history of our studio and network, let alone the No. »

- Tony Maglio

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The 20 Best TV Dramas of the Last 20 Years

16 June 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Like it or not, TV dramas often set the standard for how television eras are remembered. Be it awards attention or Top 10 lists, dramas are looked to as a guide post for where we are, where we’re headed and what’s worth revisiting from the past. Series like “The Americans” and “Mad Men” look back to break down where we are now, while iconic moments in time are captured in series “of the now” like “The Wire” and “The O.C.” Eras matter, in your life and in all our lives, and these 20 series, all premiering in the last 20 years, have defined the past two decades in every aspect imaginable.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1997-2003)

Joss Whedon may have traded the supernatural for superheroes in recent years, but his first series remains his crowning achievement as King of the Nerds. “Buffy” was strong as a whole, with a well-rounded cast, top-notch writing, and a healthy dose of classic Whedon humor, but it’s in examining the series’ most famous episodes that the true genius shines through. Three “Buffy” episodes are widely regarded as some of the best in TV history: the eerily silent “Hush,” featuring only 14 minutes of dialogue and the scariest villains in the entire show; the genuinely catchy musical numbers of “Once More With Feeling,” which combined Buffy’s existential crisis with a musical-inducing demon; and “The Body,” a study in overwhelming grief as Buffy and her friends deal with the death of her mother. While “Buffy” may not be as critically acclaimed as other shows on this list, it redefined the supernatural genre, paving the way for countless other shows — none of which have lived up to to the original vampiric cult favorite. – Kate Halliwell

“Oz” (1997-2003)

Given how much attention is given to early HBO dramas “The Sopranos” and “The Wire,” it’s almost criminal just how overlooked “Oz” has become. Critics adore it, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find any “Game Of Thrones” or “Breaking Bad” fans who have seen a single episode. Ironically, “Oz” paved the way for nearly every Golden Age TV drama in its path. So much of what we’ve come to expect from TV drama — antiheroes, brutal violence, moral ambiguities, the fearless disposal of main characters — was born at the Oswald State Correctional Facility, where racial, sexual, and economic conflicts within the prison system gave way to some of the most complex characters TV has ever seen. Each episode, co-written by creator Tom Fontana, dynamically weaves a single theme through both the present storyline and flashbacks revealing inmates’ unspeakable crimes, all narrated by Harold Perrineau Jr.’s Augustus Hill with a lyrical slam pulse. “Orange Is The New Black” has used this format in recent years to create its own memorable world, but it could only dream of hitting as viscerally as “Oz.” At times brutally grounded and surreally poetic, the show uses its fictional environment as a microcosm for our society at large, showing how the divides and conflicts manifested in prison first start in the neighborhoods we live in. “Oz” has a burdensome power that you have to reckon with. – Zack Shark

Queer as Folk” (UK) (1999-2000)

With this intimate look at gay life in Manchester, England, creator Russell T. Davies brought joy, wit and pathos to the stories of Stuart (Aiden Gillen), Vince (Craig Kelly) and Nathan (Charlie Hunnam) as they struggled to find love in the city’s vibrant club scene. Balancing “Doctor Who” references with surprisingly explicit love scenes (yeah, look at that cast list again — some of the show’s hottest sex features “Game of Thrones'” Littlefinger and baby Jax Teller from “Sons of Anarchy), the original “Queer as Folk” was groundbreaking for British television and even game-changing for the U.S., when Showtime created an American adaptation that ran from 2000-2005. While short-lived in comparison to the remake, the original version remains singular and iconic. – Liz Shannon Miller

The West Wing” (1999-2006)

Here’s the pitch: A young, close knit group of Presidential staffers fight the good fight, with episodes centering around wonky debates over sexy topics like the census, foreign aid, and nuclear energy. Hard to believe, but it was a formula that that led Aaron Sorkin’s NBC drama to capture an audience of over 20 million weekly viewers and four consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Drama Series. Mixing the hard realities of modern politics and Sorkin’s romantic belief that a dedicated group of passionate people can bring about positive change, the show was equal parts entertaining and educational. Predictably, the show teetered after its fourth season, when Sorkin and his playful dialogue moved on, but under the leadership of showrunner John Wells the “West Wing” successfully reinvented itself with longer, more sober story arcs centered around characters’ existential/career crises and an oddly prescient election to replace President Jed Bartlet (Martin Sheen), which predicted so many real-life political stories, including the 2008 match-up between Senators Obama and McCain. – Chris O’Falt

Read More: ‘The West Wing’ Reunion: Aaron Sorkin and Cast Remember How the Internet Saved the Series

The Sopranos” (1999-2007)

The greatness of “The Sopranos” cannot be overstated. Its lavish praise will never be hyperbolic. HBO, for all its excellent offerings, will never do anything better. David Chase’s six-season mob drama is equal parts American opus and Shakespearean drama, one that encompasses the grand spectrum of human emotion and experience (especially as it applies to strip club-loving tough guys) through the tight lens of what could be a slightly alienating focus. Mobsters have long entertained American audiences, but to distill the crime drama down to a series that is just as concerned with domestic troubles as it is with Mafia-related violence is bold indeed. Or, in other words: It’s just really, really good (and super entertaining). “The Sopranos” never shied away from its roots as a show about the mob, but it also fully embraced the kind suburban ennui that made Tony Soprano — a larger than life character — feel oddly relatable and often even kind of lovable. While Chase’s series is hardly in danger of being forgotten or maligned, its divisive final shot is often the subject of close reads that forget to acknowledge the kind of subtlety and power that ran through the entire series. It’s not just Tony’s last meal (maybe) that deserves a deep dive. It’s the entire series. – Kate Erbland

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- Ben Travers, Liz Shannon Miller, Kate Erbland, Michael Schneider, Zack Sharf, Chris O'Falt, David Ehrlich, Russell Goldman and Kate Halliwell

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The 20 Best TV Dramas of the Last 20 Years

16 June 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Like it or not, TV dramas often set the standard for how television eras are remembered. Be it awards attention or Top 10 lists, dramas are looked to as a guide post for where we are, where we’re headed and what’s worth revisiting from the past. Series like “The Americans” and “Mad Men” look back to break down where we are now, while iconic moments in time are captured in series “of the now” like “The Wire” and “The O.C.” Eras matter, in your life and in all our lives, and these 20 series, all premiering in the last 20 years, have defined the past two decades in every aspect imaginable.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1997-2003)

Joss Whedon may have traded the supernatural for superheroes in recent years, but his first series remains his crowning achievement as King of the Nerds. “Buffy” was strong as a whole, with a well-rounded cast, »

- Ben Travers, Liz Shannon Miller, Kate Erbland, Michael Schneider, Zack Sharf, Chris O'Falt, David Ehrlich, Russell Goldman and Kate Halliwell

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Castle, Revenge, Glee and 17 Other Shows That Simply Ran Too Long

15 June 2016 1:45 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

“It was still a good show, but I wish it had ended a season or two earlier. ”

If you’ve ever uttered a sentence like that — and we suspect you have, since TVLine readers are known for their astute critical judgment — then you’ll probably be able to relate to at least a few of the 20 shows we’re examining today.

RelatedFall TV’s First Scoops: A Grey’s Anatomy Baby, The Vampire Diaries‘ New Big Bad and More Early Intel From 18 Returning Series

The truth is, even some of our all-time favorite series are guilty of running out of »

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