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‘Van Helsing’: Watch the Disturbing Introduction of Julius in Exclusive Video of Neil Labute’s Syfy Series

30 September 2016 12:50 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

This week’s episode of “Van Helsing” is not for the squeamish, as you’ll see in this IndieWire exclusive clip. During tonight’s episode, we get a gruesome introduction to a new male character, Julius (Aleks Paunovic), and his memorable unveiling certainly is earned.

Read More: ‘Van Helsing’: Neil Labute Challenges Expectations With Bloody, Surprising New Syfy Series

Making his debut as showrunner, acclaimed director and pllaywright Neil Labute brings us a bloody, apocalyptic, vampire drama. Set in the near future, Vanessa Van Helsing (Kelly Overton) awakens from a coma to discover the world has been overtaken by vampires. As the last hope for the human race, Vanessa’s secret weapon is her unique blood composition that gives her the ability to turn vampires back into humans. While she desperately searches for her daughter, she must also fend off vampires who see her as the only major threat to their way of life. »

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‘Van Helsing’: Watch the Disturbing Introduction of Julius in Exclusive Video of Neil Labute’s Syfy Series

30 September 2016 12:50 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This week’s episode of “Van Helsing” is not for the squeamish, as you’ll see in this IndieWire exclusive clip. During tonight’s episode, we get a gruesome introduction to a new male character, Julius (Aleks Paunovic), and his memorable unveiling certainly is earned.

Read More: ‘Van Helsing’: Neil Labute Challenges Expectations With Bloody, Surprising New Syfy Series

Making his debut as showrunner, acclaimed director and pllaywright Neil Labute brings us a bloody, apocalyptic, vampire drama. Set in the near future, Vanessa Van Helsing (Kelly Overton) awakens from a coma to discover the world has been overtaken by vampires. As the last hope for the human race, Vanessa’s secret weapon is her unique blood composition that gives her the ability to turn vampires back into humans. While she desperately searches for her daughter, she must also fend off vampires who see her as the only major threat to their way of life. »

- Alec McPike

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‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Finally Gets An Official Soundtrack, 30 Years After Film’s Release

22 June 2016 8:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” was released back in 1986, the teen drama starring Matthew Broderick never released a soundtrack to accompany the film. Now 30 years later, the John Hughes’ classic will get its own compilation of the songs featured in the film, thanks to a deal struck by La La Records and Paramount Pictures.

According to Salon, Paramount will release an authorized “Ferris Bueller” soundtrack, with songs and score, later this year to celebrate the movie’s 30th anniversary. At this time the track list is not finalized and a release date has not been announced, but could happen as early as September.

See MoreWatch: Matthew Broderick Brings Ferris Bueller Back In Super Bowl Ad For Honda

“A&M was very angry with me over that; they begged me to put one out, but I thought ‘who’d want all of these songs?'” Hughes told Lollipop in an interview. »

- Liz Calvario

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