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Hey there, Little Dead Rotting Hood, you sure are looking good. You’re everything the big bad Asylum could produce. The Asylum/Cinedigm production Little Dead Rotting Hood stars Eric Balfour (“Haven,” Skyline) as a small town sheriff contending with a rash… Continue Reading →
Nathan is about to come face to face with yet another version of Audrey, in the next new episode of Syfy’s “Haven.” In this exclusive clip (above) from Thursday’s episode, a time-displaced Nathan (Lucas Bryant) comes face to face with Lucy (Emily Rose), the 1983 version of the Audrey persona whose presence in the tiny Maine town is well documented throughout the series. Nathan is clearly taken off guard to see Lucy in close quarters with a younger version of his father, Garland (Landy Cannon). Also Read: 'Haven' Sneak Peek: Troubles Shake Up Syfy Series' Final Season (Exclusive Photos »
- Linda Ge
And finally, philipphilip99 asks:
Have you ever given up on a novel? If so, why?
Great last question. Generally I don't start a book until I know everything about it, including the fact that it's probably worth writing. Frankly, life's too short to write ten or twenty thousand words and then throw them away. I'm currently writing a new novel, Magpie Murders, and I'm 90,000 words in. In fact, I'm off now to write the next chapter (my biggest fear being that I'll be run over by a bus on the way home).
Can I thank everyone for these great questions - it's been a real pleasure doing this with the Guardian. And thanks also to the fastest typist on the planet »
- Guardian Staff
In this round-up, we have more tasty pre-Halloween treats from your friends at Daily Dead. Preview pages from John Carpenter's Tales for a HalloweeNight, release details for Submerged and Little Dead Rotting Hood, a poster for The Hollow, Afraid of Everything cover art, as well as part one of Spooky Sights.
Tales for a HalloweeNight: "From the man who brought you the movie, “Halloween” and all the scares beyond, here comes the ultimate graphic novel anthology of tales to warm your toes by on a dark and stormy night in October. Carpenter brings together storytellers from the world of movies, novels, and comics and in these pages lie tales of graveyards, sunken ships, creepy crawlers and ghosts to haunt your dreams at night.
- Tamika Jones
*Updated with new film and TV show listings.* Happy October, everyone! Our favorite month is finally upon us, which means everyone is getting into the Halloween spirit, especially when it comes to upcoming TV programming over the next 31 days. Trying to keep track of everything that’s playing throughout October can be a hellish affair, so once again Daily Dead is here to help make sure you know about everything Halloween-related hitting cable and network airwaves over the coming weeks.
* All Updated & Additional Listings Are In Bold (all times listed are Et/Pt)*
Thursday, October 1st
9:00am – Halloween Crazier (Travel Channel)
4:00pm – Firestarter (AMC)
6:00pm – The Last Exorcism (Syfy)
6:30pm – Pet Sematary (AMC)
8:00pm – My Babysitter’s a Vampire (Disney)
10:00pm – Dominion Season 3 Finale (Syfy)
10:30 pm – Cujo (AMC)
- Heather Wixson
Last year, despite a decline in ratings, Syfy renewed Haven for a super-sized fifth season. Many have suspected that this will mean the end for the TV show. Will the ratings fall, ensuring that the show will be cancelled, or will they rise and lead to a season six renewal? Stay tuned.
On Haven, FBI Agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) and Officer Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant) investigate strange occurrences in the small town of Haven, Maine. Others in the cast include Emma Lahana, Eric Balfour, Richard Donat, John Dunsworth, and Adam Copeland.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.Read More… »
Alex Greenfield Interview
If you were following our coverage of this summer’s Frightfest you’ll know that there was one film that caught us by complete surprise, that film was The Sand. On paper the premise sounded silly – a group of teens awaken to find the beach has developed a taste for them, yet the reality was a charming and compelling horror.
There are many writers out there that, were this idea to pop into their heads, would go all out silly – how else do you think we got Piranha 3Dd? – but thankfully they were all kept far away from the project. At the helm instead were writing duo Alex Greenfield and Ben Powell who steered the idea into a more tangible and real direction which really paid off. Much like Frozen that saw three friends stranded on a ski lift, The Sand offers an impossible situation to the »
- Kat Smith
SyFy’s long-running series Haven is gearing up to begin its ending, with the airing of the show’s final 13 episodes beginning tonight, where two back to back episodes, “New World Order” (airing at 10/9c) and “Power” (airing at 11/10c) began the ending of the fan favorite show. On October 9th, eONE will make both episodes available to purchase through various platforms and will continue to do so with every upcoming episode as well.
In the action-packed second half of Season 5, the town of Haven has been cut off from the rest of the world by a mysterious fog – and hometown heroes Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant), Duke (Eric Balfour) and Dwight (Adam Copeland) are faced with challenges unlike any they’ve experienced before. As events in Haven sprints towards a cataclysmic showdown, tensions rise, allegiances shift and – in a harrowing closing chapter – the mystery of “Croatoan” is finally revealed. »
- Jerry Smith
“Haven” returned to Syfy Thursday night, kicking off a final 13-episode run to end the series, and already big revelations have been presented and endgame goals set up. As Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Duke (Eric Balfour) dealt with the aftermath of everything that happened in the last episode, particularly the new Troubles unwittingly released, a shield came down, trapping everyone in Haven inside — excluding Duke, who found himself newly immune to the Troubles. By the end of the episode, a new murder mystery had unfurled, Audrey and Nathan watched on helpless as Dwight (Adam Copeland) announced to. »
- Linda Ge
Haven is returning to SyFy later tonight. The series is ending its run at the end of the upcoming episodes. Some viewers might have forgotten the series that stars Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, and Eric Balfour. SyFy took the series off the network last year.
There is good news to go along with the bad news though. Fans worried that the series will end without closure can stop worrying. In a recent conference call, members of the cast teased that all the loose ends will be tied up before the final credits roll.
TV Line confirmed that when they spoke about the series in one of their spoiler reports earlier this week. Matt Webb Mitovich teased:
"I’d like to point out that Syfy’s Haven won’t be “leaving” viewers hanging when it wraps its five-season run (starting this Friday), seeing as »
Tara Ellis has been tapped to lead the CBC’s content teams in original scripted drama, comedy, kids and digital programming.
“Tara is one of Canada’s leading media executives and her incredible reputation, creative expertise, relationships with the independent community and leadership experience will undoubtedly serve her well in this role,” said Sally Catto, CBC general manager of programming.
Ellis started her career in TV drama at the CBC, where she served from 1994 to 2000 as executive in charge of production, overseeing the development and production of movies, mini-series, and features, and programming Canadian shorts and features.
Following that, Ellis served for almost a decade as VP of drama content for Canadian cable channel Showcase, leading acquisitions, original production and scheduling.
- Jennie Punter
“Haven” returns for a final 13 episodes on Syfy Thursday, and showrunners are promising plenty of answers to all the big questions raised over the show’s five seasons. The Stephen King adaptation is set in a sleepy, coastal town in Maine, where certain members of the community are burdened with supernatural abilities they cannot control. Enter the mysterious Audrey Parker (Emily Rose), an FBI investigator with an uncanny knack to talk people down when their abilities — called Troubles — start wreaking havoc. Soon, Audrey discovers she’s connected to the town in ways she still doesn’t fully realize. By the end. »
- Linda Ge
Based on legendary writer Stephen King’s The Colorado Kid, the residents of Haven are cursed with superhuman afflictions know as ‘The Troubles’. Audrey Parker and her friends must help the sufferers, as they delve into deeper mysteries.
Season Five Volume One picks up with the aftermath of our heroes’ victory over Haven’s ultimate villain William. After having successfully banished him into the Void, Nathan (Lucas Bryant – Sex, Love & Secrets, Beauty and the Beast) and Duke (Eric Balfour – 24, Six Feet Under) are devastated to discover that the Audrey Parker they know and love has disappeared. In her place stands Mara, the unflinchingly malevolent “original” person responsible for creating the troubles many centuries ago. »
- Laura Holmes
The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar; two of the biggest names in wrestling, and two of WWE’s guaranteed moneymakers. On the surface, slapping their match on the Hell in a Cell card – an otherwise underwhelming PPV – seems to make perfect sense.
The Undertaker’s history with the stipulation is as well celebrated as it is well documented, and it even harks all the way back to their torch-passing war at No Mercy 2002. Short of Zach Gowan hopping down to ringside to ruin the finish, nothing could make it more exciting or more historically relevant.
No right-minded fan wants this match to fail. WWE would benefit immensely if Lesnar and Taker put on a thrilling ‘Match of the Year’ candidate (it could even give the company a desperately-needed boost in the midst of a historic slump) – but that simply isn’t going to happen.
The deck is thoroughly stacked against both men, »
- Jack G King
Season two of The Flash picks up months after the Singularity attacked Central City, as Barry is still struggling to forgive himself for Eddie’s death. Concerned about putting his friends in danger, Barry has pushed everyone away and has chosen to protect the city on his own. When a meta-human named Atom Smasher attacks the city, Iris tells our protagonist that he needs to let his friends help him protect the citizens of Central City. Meanwhile, Cisco helps Joe with his Meta Task Force.
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Earth-2 is expected to factor heavily into The Flash when it returns, and it’s already been confirmed that Atom-Smasher (played by former WWE Superstar »
- Josh Wilding
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The CW has released the first batch of official images from the season two premiere of The Flash, and there are a lot of very interesting reveals among them. The majority focus on the battle between The Fastest Man Alive and Atom-Smasher, a villain who hails from Earth-2. He’ll be played by Adam “Edge” Copeland in the series, a former WWE Superstar and the star of the recently cancelled Haven.
Also highlighted is Central City’s day of celebration for The Flash after he obviously saved Central City from the Singularity which was opened during the season one finale. There’s also a glimpse of Cisco making a key alteration to Barry Allen’s costume as he removes the old logo and replaces it with one which resembles the version from the comic books.
However, by far the biggest surprise here is the return of Harrison Wells! »
- Josh Wilding
It’s his Flash Day, and Barry will cry if he wants to.
Ok, the speedster isn’t unleashing any of his impressive waterworks in these first photos from the CW hit’s Season 2 premiere (Oct. 6 at 8/7c), but a celebration in his honor does get a rude interruption from Atom-Smasher (Haven star and former WWE Superstar Adam Copeland).
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Good thing Barry has some friends, including Joe and Cisco, in the crowd to help save the day — but not before the hero gets a brutal beating, it seems.
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The CW has released an extended trailer for season two of The Flash, and it features a lot of major reveals about the villainous Zoom’s plans for Barry Allen. As it turns out, the mysterious demonic speedster hails from Earth-2 and is sending villains through the wormhole opened by the Scarlet Speedster to kill him. Why? That remains to be seen, as does the identity of the show’s new big bad.
Also in this preview is a first look at Patty Spivot, a new love interest for Barry and a member of the Central City Police Department. Finally, we get some decent looks at both Jay Garrick (The Flash of Earth-2) and the villainous Atom Smasher (played by Haven star and former WWE Superstar Adam “Edge” Copeland) in the trailer.
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Season two of The Flash picks up after the defeat of Barry Allen’s arch-nemesis Eobard Thawne (a. »
- Josh Wilding
With “Under the Dome” ending tonight after three seasons on CBS and Syfy’s “Haven” winding down its final season this fall, the small screen will be without Stephen King adaptation on the air for the first time in several years. Oh, the horror. But fans of King may not have long to wait. The prolific author’s work is still inspiring plenty of producers and show-runners, including some who are planning to combine limited TV productions with big-screen features. Also Read: Fall TV Preview: 126 New and Returning Shows Premiere Dates Here’s the state of future Stephen King adaptations and when they may be. »
- Linda Ge
The CW has yet to release a full-length trailer for season two of The Flash, but yet another brief new promo has found its way online today. It’s the most revealing yet too, as we get to see Jay Garrick – The Flash from Earth-2 – for the very first time. As you can see above, he warns Barry Allen about the fact that the Singularity has opened the door between the two worlds, and one of those to come through that is the villainous Atom-Smasher.
While the first season of The Flash dealt with metahumans, it appears as if many of the villains who will be featured on the second are set to hail »
- Josh Wilding
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