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Sarah Gadon: "Real Style"

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Sneak Peek new images of actress Sarah Gadon ("Dracula Untold") in the Fall 2014 issue of "Real Style" magazine, plus an Nsfw clip from her film "Enemy":

Previous to "Dracula Untold", Gadon had feature film roles in "A Dangerous Method" and "Cosmopolis", also guest-starring in the Canadian-lensed TV series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?", "Dark Oracle", "Doc", "In a Heartbeat", "La Femme Nikita", "Life with Derek" and "Mutant X".

She is also noted for voice work in the animated productions "My Dad the Rock Star", "Ruby Gloom", "Total Drama" and "Wayside".

She is currently shooting the supernatural feature "The 9th Life of Louis Drax".

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FEARnet to Debut New Two-Hour "Funhouse" Weekend Programming Block in August

  • Dread Central
Most of us grew up spending Saturday mornings with the TV, enjoying animated classics and a few live-action shows as well. Well, FEARnet remembers those days, too, and is getting ready to launch "Funhouse" on August 18.

From the Press Release:

FEARnet, cable’s premier destination for horror, suspense, and thriller content, is adding a new two-hour weekend programming block starting August 18. The morning segment, dubbed “Funhouse,” features half-hour animated programs “The Real Ghostbusters” and “Tales from the Cryptkeeper,” as well as live-action suspense dramas “Eerie, Indiana” and “Dark Oracle.” The “Funhouse” block will be broadcast Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Et and re-aired the next day, Sunday, in the same time period on the linear TV channel.

FEARnet’s new “Funhouse” lineup marks the first time that the emerging cable network has broadcast both animated and live-action acquired series in a combined themed block of time. In fact,
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Eerie Indiana, Ghostbusters and More! Animated favs coming Soon to Fearnet

  • Horror News
Tales From The Cryptkeeper’ As Well As Live-action Series ‘Eerie, Indiana’ And ‘Dark Oracle’ When It Adds The ‘Funhouse’ Weekend Programming Block Saturday, August 18 From 10 Am To 12 Pm Et

FEARnet, cable’s premier destination for horror, suspense and thriller content, is adding a new two-hour weekend programming block starting August 18. The morning segment, dubbed “Funhouse,” features half-hour animated programs “The Real Ghostbusters” and “Tales from the Cryptkeeper,” as well as live-action suspense… More
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FearNet Acquires Four Series, Sets Weekend Block (Exclusive)

FearNet Acquires Four Series, Sets Weekend Block (Exclusive)
FearNet is expanding its programming slate. The home for horror has acquired the rights to four series -- animated series The Real Ghostbusters, Tales From the Cryptkeeper and live-action dramas Eerie, Indiana and Dark Oracle -- for a two-hour block on Saturday and Sunday mornings, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. The "Funhouse" block will launch Saturday, Aug. 18 at 10 a.m. and targets viewers in the 18-34 demographic as three of the four series will be broadcast for the first time in more than a decade with Dark Oracle yet to air stateside. "While some cable networks

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FEARnet Opens Todd & the Book of Pure Evil Stateside

Just when I began losing my recently acquired Canadian accent from watching every single episode of "Trailer Park Boys" (and both movies), FEARnet has gone and brought more madness for us to enjoy from up North!

Canadian horror/comedy "Todd & The Book of Pure Evil" is a cult hit in its homeland, and it is coming to America by way of FEARnet this August. The series is about a mystical book that grants teenagers' deepest, darkest desires but demands payback at a horrible price.

"Todd & The Book of Pure Evil" stars Alex House (Dark Oracle), Maggie Castle (Dead Mary), Melanie Leishman (Never Cry Werewolf), and Jason Mewes (Clerks). It is based on a short film from 2003 by Craig David Wallace and Max Reid.

Season Two of the cult series is in production in Manitoba, Canada, but you can catch up on the series when FEARnet HD begins airing Season One on August 2nd.
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