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Horror Highlights: Unique Vintage’s Ghoul Gang Photo Shoot, Razor Reel Flanders Film Festival 2017, Coma Ward, Mortal Kombat at Nycc, Final Girls Berlin Film Fest, Bunnyman Vengeance

"It's the most wonderful time of the year!" The spooky, Halloween goodness has only just begun! The clothing store Unique Vintage recently teamed up with Nerdist for a Ghoul Gang photo that's featured in today's Horror Highlights. Also: Razor Reel Flanders Film Festival 2017, Coma Ward board game details, Mortal Kombat hits New York Comic Con 2017, Final Girls Berlin Film Fest's call for submissions, and release details and a trailer for Bunnyman Vengeance.

Unique Vintage's Ghoul Gang Photo Shoot: "Bring on the gothic glamour! Leading up to Halloween, Unique Vintage is celebrating the spookiest season with Nerdist for a special photo shoot promoting their Ghoul Gang t-shirt and Creepy Collection of retro clothing. Whether you're the daughter of Dracula or a Mistress of the Dark, this collection has something for you!

Inspired by the best-selling t-shirt, the Ghoul Gang includes: Bizarre States podcast host Jessica Chobot as Morticia Addams; Nerdist Editor-in-Chief
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Alphas: Season Three Decision Expected This Week

The waiting will soon be over for fans of Syfy's Alphas TV series. At the TCA Winter Press Tour, BermanBraun co-founder Gail Berman told The Futon Critic that they expect to hear if Alphas has been cancelled or renewed this week.

The show completed its second season in October and averaged 1.3 million viewers. That's down by 30% when compared to the first season (1.85 million).

A decision is also expected on the fate of Rewind, their Syfy pilot about "a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists who must use untested technology to travel back in time to alter events and change the future."

BermanBraun produces Alphas, NBC's Deception, and the recently announced Camp. The company was founded in 2007 by Berman and former ABC Entertainment chairman Lloyd Braun.

What do you think? Are
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ABC Buys Fantasy Series From Justin Marks And Di Bonaventura Television

Exclusive: ABC, home of fairytale drama Once Upon A Time, has put in development another fantasy project with magical elements. A Kingdom Far Away hails from feature writer Justin Marks; ABC Studios, which is also behind Once Upon A Time; and Dan McDermott and Lorenzo di Bonaventura’s studio-based di Bonaventura Television. It is described as a fantasy adventure about a quirky family surviving together on a lawless frontier…a magical land where monsters are real, and one young woman’s unlikely destiny is about to change their lives forever. Marks, McDermott and di Bonaventura executive produce. Marks, repped by CAA, Madhouse Entertainment and Stephen Clark, wrote Syfy’s two-hour pilot Rewind. It has been a busy second development season for CAA-repped di Bonaventura TV, which has sold four projects so far: Cleopatra, written by Michael Seitzman, which has a put pilot commitment at NBC, as well as mystery thriller
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'Lost' Director Jack Bender Is Ready For 'Devolution' Based On An Idea From 'World War Z' Author Max Brooks

While his name may not be instantly recognizable just yet, filmmaker Jack Bender has been linked to quite a number of high-profile projects since the end of the beloved series “Lost,” a show he served as both a producer and frequent director on. Since then, he’s taken the executive producer position on frequent collaborator J.J. Abram’s “Alcatraz,” and he piqued our interest when we heard he’d be directing a Syfy time-travel drama pilot called "Rewind" with David Cronenberg featuring in a guest role, but he’s still probably best known for jumping ship on Paramount’s major Jack Ryan reboot with Chris Pine set to take over the popular Tom Clancy-created character (Kenneth Branagh has since taken the reins).

Well it looks like he’s not exactly reeling from that loss, as THR now has word that is Bender is now working on a project called “Devolution,
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Tim Roth To Star In David Cronenberg's Medical Drama 'The Knifeman'

Well, with "Eastern Promises 2" looking like his next feature film, David Cronenberg will take a quick break and move to the small screen first. He's already going to make a rare acting gig in the SyFy pilot "Rewind," and he's got his own TV show brewing in "The Knifeman" which has now found a lead star.

Tim Roth has signed on to the project, which was first announced last year, and is now gearing up to be taken to networks. Executive-produced by Cronenberg, who will also direct the pilot, the show is based on the book of the same name by Wendy Brooks, and follows a doctor in the very early days of medicine who still stop at nothing to "uncover the secrets of the human body." So an old timey, body horror version of "House"? Sure, we'll go with that. Emmy-nominated writer-producer Rolin Jones ("Boardwalk Empire," "Friday Night Lights,
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Tim Roth To Star In David Cronenberg's Medical Drama 'The Knifeman'

Tim Roth To Star In David Cronenberg's Medical Drama 'The Knifeman'
Well, with "Eastern Promises 2" looking like his next feature film, David Cronenberg will take a quick break and move to the small screen first. He's already going to make a rare acting gig in the SyFy pilot "Rewind," and he's got his own TV show brewing in "The Knifeman" which has now found a lead star. Tim Roth has signed on to the project, which was first announced last year, and is now gearing up to be taken to networks. Executive-produced by Cronenberg, who will also direct the pilot, the show is based on the book of the same name by Wendy Brooks, and follows a doctor in the very early days of medicine who still stop at nothing to "uncover the secrets of the human body." So an old timey, body horror version of "House"? Sure, we'll go with that. Emmy-nominated writer-producer Rolin Jones ("Boardwalk Empire," "Friday Night Lights,
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Lost Cast Member Joins the Crew of Syfy Pilot Rewind

We’ve been telling you about Rewind, a pilot being developed for Syfy. Most recently we told you about casting Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jennifer Ferrin (The Cape), Keon Mohajeri, and Robbie Jones (Hellcats), joining star Shane McRae. Now, Syfy has issued a press release about not only the casting that we already know, but also a particularly great guest star: Jeff Fahey, also known as Lost fans’ favorite pilot Frank Lapidus.

He’ll be playing Ellis, a former Nasa aerospace engineer and now part of the time travel team around whom the show revolves. He is the spiritual backbone of the team; strong with a Zen-like wisdom and intensely loyal to team leader Bryce (McRae).

Ooo I can totally see him playing that, can’t you? And I am Really looking forward to it! Here’s the full press release; there’s some good info there, make sure to
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David Cronenberg To Guest Star On Syfy’s Time-Travel Pilot 'Rewind'

David Cronenberg certainly hasn't been lacking in things to do. The director has been in the midst of preparing/releasing back-to-back films: last year's underrated drama "A Dangerous Method" and the forthcoming "Cosmopolis," which will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in a matter of weeks. And it looks like Cronenberg is ready to let someone else call the shots on set for the moment.

TVLine (via IndieWire) reports that the helmer will guest-star on SyFy's time-travel drama pilot "Rewind," which we didn't know existed and didn't care about until now, and which of course we now want to watch. Directed by "Lost" helmer and former Jack Ryan reboot director Jack Bender, the show will tell the tale of a bunch of military and scientist types who travel back in time so they can change the future and prevent a terrorist attack. Sounds like shit is gonna get complicated. As for Cronenberg,
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David Cronenberg To Guest Star On Syfy’s Time-Travel Pilot 'Rewind'

David Cronenberg To Guest Star On Syfy’s Time-Travel Pilot 'Rewind'
David Cronenberg certainly hasn't been lacking in things to do. The director has been in the midst of preparing/releasing back-to-back films: last year's underrated drama "A Dangerous Method" and the forthcoming "Cosmopolis," which will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in a matter of weeks. And it looks like Cronenberg is ready to let someone else call the shots on set for the moment. TVLine (via IndieWire) reports that the helmer will guest-star on SyFy's time-travel drama pilot "Rewind," which we didn't know existed and didn't care about until now, and which of course we now want to watch. Directed by "Lost" helmer and former Jack Ryan reboot director Jack Bender, the show will tell the tale of a bunch of military and scientist types who travel back in time so they can change the future and prevent a terrorist attack. Sounds like shit is gonna get complicated. As for Cronenberg,
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David Cronenberg to Guest Star in Syfy's 'Rewind' Pilot

David Cronenberg to Guest Star in Syfy's 'Rewind' Pilot
Toronto - David Cronenberg is to guest star in Syfy’s Rewind drama pilot now shooting in Toronto. The Canadian director/actor, whose latest movie, Cosmopolis, is to screen in competition in Cannes, joins a previously announced cast that includes Shane McRae as an ex-Special Forces operative joining the Department of Homeland Security, and Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jennifer Ferrin, Robbie Jones and Keon Mohajeri. Jeff Fahey (Lost) will also guest star in the time-travel thriller pilot from BermanBraun and Universal Cable Productions. Jack Bender (Lost, Alphas) is directing the pilot penned by Justin Marks, who will also executive produce with Tom

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David Cronenberg and Jeff Fahey Join Syfy's Rewind

Syfy has signed four actors - Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jennifer Ferrin, Robbie Jones and Keon Mohajeri - to join Shane McRae in the 90-minute pilot for the action thriller "Rewind" from BermanBraun and Universal Cable Productions. Additionally, noted director David Cronenberg and Jeff Fahey will guest star in the pilot. Jack Bender ("Lost") is set to direct the pilot written by Justin Marks, who will also executive produce with Tom Spezialy, Gail Berman, Lloyd Braun and Gene Stein. "Rewind" has begun production in Toronto. "Rewind" revolves around a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists who must use untested technology to travel back in time to alter past events in order to change the future and avoid a devastating terrorist...
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Exclusive: Syfy's Rewind Pilot Adds Lost's Jeff Fahey and Director David Cronenberg

Exclusive: Syfy's Rewind Pilot Adds Lost's Jeff Fahey and Director David Cronenberg
Lost alum Jeff Fahey and director/sometimes actor David Cronenberg (The Fly, A History of Violence) will guest star in Syfy’s drama pilot Rewind, TVLine has learned exclusively.

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The project — directed by Lost vet Jack Bender — features a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists who use untested technology to travel back in time in order to change the future and avoid a devastating terrorist attack. The action thriller stars Shane McRae (Four Kings), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jennifer Ferrin (The Cape), Robbie Jones (Hellcats) and Keon Mohajeri
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Syfy Announces 28 New Projects in Development

Earlier today, reported on the news that Syfy would be adapting Stephen King’s The Eyes of the Dragon. Syfy has officially announced that project as part of their new development slate, which includes 28 new scripted and reality projects:

“New York – April 24, 2012 – Coming off Syfy’s most watched First Quarter ever in total viewers, Adults 18-34 and key women demos, Syfy and Chiller President Dave Howe today ignited the imagination of the advertising community by unveiling the next phase of the channel’s largest original programming slate in history. This will feature Syfy’s most original primetime hours ever, a record 28 scripted and reality development projects and the 2013 premiere of the highly-anticipated Defiance, the visionary transmedia experience that will unite television and Massive Multiplayer Online (Mmo) gaming for the very first time.

Said Howe: “Syfy’s Upfront celebrates the power of Igniters, our influential audience who has the highly coveted
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Breaking News: Syfy Announces New Scripted and Reality Programming Including Stephen King Adaptation

Syfy is having its Upfront tonight, during which they present their schedule and slate of projects in development to potential advertisers, and the announcements are flowing. An adaptation of a Stephen King novel into a miniseries, a new Charlaine Harris weekly series, a great movie being adapted into a weekly series, and a whole load of new reality shows may be in our future. Where to begin? We’ll break this down into manageable bites, but have included the entire press release below for your study.

First up, new series! We’ve already told you about some of these, but now we’re getting official word. For scripted series, Syfy is now confirming that Defiance, the series that will affect and be affected by the game of the same name, will be coming in 2013.

All other new series on or soon to be on the schedule are unscripted/reality shows – eight of em!
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Syfy Announces Lots of New Shows

So what's next for the channel that has given us plenty of things that have gone bump in the night along with more CG monsters than anyone could possibly keep up with? Read on for details of Syfy's "upfront" presentation.

As you'd expect from a network named Syfy, several of these projects are more sci-fi than horror, but we thought we'd pass on all the news anyway:

From the Press Release:

Coming off Syfy’s most watched first quarter ever in total viewers, Adults 18-34 and key women demos, Syfy and Chiller President Dave Howe today ignited the imagination of the advertising community by unveiling the next phase of the channel’s largest original programming slate in history. This will feature Syfy’s most original primetime hours ever, a record 28 scripted and reality development projects and the 2013 premiere of the highly-anticipated Defiance, the visionary transmedia experience that will unite
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Syfy’s Time Travel Pilot Rewind Adds Four New Castmembers

It’s always encouraging when more cast members are signed up for a pilot. We already felt pretty solid about Syfy’s Rewind because of Syfy‘s press release about it last month, but still, it never hurts to see that more positive steps are taken in production.

Deadline has broken the news that Oscar-nominated actor Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jennifer Ferrin (The Cape), Keon Mohajeri, and Robbie Jones (Hellcats) have now been added to the cast of the two-hour pilot, joining Shane McRae who had been announced in last month’s press release. Here’s an excerpt from that release to remind us of just exactly what the series is about, and of McRae’s role in it:

Rewind revolves around a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists who must use untested technology to travel back in time to alter past events in order to change the
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'Lost' director's Syfy pilot casts 'The Cape', 'Hellcats' stars

'Lost' director's Syfy pilot casts 'The Cape', 'Hellcats' stars
Lost director Jack Bender's new Syfy pilot Rewind has cast four lead roles. Bender will helm the project, written by Justin Marks (Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li). Rewind will follow an expert team who travel back in time to prevent a terrorist attack. Keisha Castle-Hughes (The Almighty Johnsons) will play the team's historian Priya, reports Deadline. The 22-year-old star is the youngest person ever nominated for the 'Best Actress' Academy Award, having been recognised for her performance in the 2004 film Whale (more)
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Robbie Jones Goes Back in Time To Change The Future in Syfy's Pilot "Rewind"

Robbie Jones Goes Back in Time To Change The Future in Syfy's Pilot
Robbie Jones (Hellcats), who will be seen next on the big screen in Tyler Perry's The Marriage Counselor, due out next year, has joined Syfy's two-hour pilot Rewind. Jones will star alongside Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jennifer Ferrin (The Cape) and Keon Mohajeri in the pilot, written by Justin Marks and directed by Jack Bender. Rewind centers on "a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists who must use untested technology to travel back in time to alter past events in order to change the future and avoid a devastating terrorist attack." Jones, is slated to play Henry Knox's friend and partner Danny, who goes with Henry to "get the job done as they embark on their perilous mission into the past." Henry is played by lead actor Shane McRae.

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Quartet Of Actors Join Syfy Pilot ‘Rewind’

Exclusive: Oscar-nominated actress Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jennifer Ferrin (The Cape), Robbie Jones (Hellcats) and Keon Mohajeri have been added to Syfy’s two-hour pilot Rewind, joining previously cast Shane McRae. Written by Justin Marks and directed by Jack Bender, Rewind revolves around a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists who must use untested technology to travel back in time to alter past events in order to change the future and avoid a devastating terrorist attack. Castle-Hughes, repped by Industry Entertainment, will play Priya, the team’s a-typical historian, a behavioral anthropologist who provides analytical context to the project and the missions, and whose knowledge of history extends beyond the boundaries of facts. Ferrin, repped by Gersh and Tmt Entertainment, will play Bryce, a brilliant scientist who graduated MIT when she was 18; the smartest person in the room who is obsessive and driven and doesn’t really care what people think of her.
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'Whale Rider' Star, Others Join Syfy's 'Rewind' Pilot

Syfy's time-traveling pilot "Rewind" is getting a little star power now that Keisha Castle-Hughes has signed on. Castle-Hughes, probably best known as the 12-year-old star of the 2002 film "Whale Rider," will play Priya, an historian on a military team that travels back in time to change past events in an effort to avoid a future terrorist attack. Cast with Castle-Hughes are Jennifer Ferrin, Robbie Jones and Keon Mohajeri. Ferrin, who played Dana Faraday in NBC's short-lived "The Cape," will take on the rule of young genius scientist Bryce. Jones, of "One Tree Hill" and the short-lived "Hellcats," will play Danny, a friend of main character Henry Knox (played by Shane McRae), and the one person who Knox trusts the most. Mohajeri, who last year was named one of Canada's rising stars, ...
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