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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Is Going To Deliver Six New Surprises Very Soon

Hey, Grey's Anatomy fans. We've got a new report for you guys via the folks over at TV Line. It turns out that your favorite show will be offering up six new surprises as early as this Thursday night, October 12,2017! That's right. In the 4th new episode of this current 14th season, Grey's Anatomy is going to debut 6 new castmembers! They are all interns. And just to be all the way accurate, technically five of the six new castmembers will make their debut. One of them already debuted during the big two hour premiere episode. That one was actor Jake Borelli who plays character Levi. He is Jo's new intern. Levi will be a recurring character. Jake Borelli's acting resume includes roles in Psych, ICarly, The Forgotten, Parenthood, CBS' NCIS: Los Angeles,True Jackson, Greek, Suburgatory, Elf Employment, Supermoms, Nesting, a short called, "Meanamorphosis," a TV series called,"CeReality,
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Titan announces Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor limited series, five covers revealed

Titan Comics had announced that it is expanding its hugely popular and critically acclaimed Doctor Who comics line – which already includes adventures from the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors – with a new-five part limited series for The Fourth Doctor!

Entitled ‘Gaze Of The Medusa’, the series will hit stores in March 2016 and will be penned by Gordon Rennie (Missionary Man, Judge Dredd) and Emma Beeby (Witch Hunter, Judge Dredd) with art by Brian Williamson (The Twelfth Doctor, Spider-Man, X-Men).

The all-new adventure is set in Victorian England, where a mysterious woman commands a hidden army in a house of the blind. Scryclops stalk the streets…and something alien and terrible screams from prehistory – with a hunger that cannot be satisfied!

Issue #1 will come with six covers to collect: a painted cover by fan-favorite artist Alice X. Zhang; a photo variant; art covers by artists Brian Williamson, Jay Gunn
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Titan Comics announce new Fourth Doctor mini-series

Titan Comics and BBC Worldwide have today announced a brand-new mini series starring the Fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith, as played by Tom Baker and the late Elisabeth Sladen. Entitled Gaze Of The Medusa, the five-part series will hit stores in March 2016 and will be penned by Gordon Rennie (Missionary Man, Judge Dredd) and Emma Beeby (Witch Hunter, Judge Dredd) with art by Brian Williamson (The Twelfth Doctor, Spider-Man, X-Men).

The all-new adventure is set in Victorian England, where a mysterious woman commands a hidden army in a house of the blind. Scryclops stalk the streets…and something alien and terrible screams from prehistory – with a hunger that cannot be satisfied!

This series expands Titan Comics’ hugely popular and critically acclaimed Doctor Who comics line, which already includes adventures from the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors. Issue #1 will come with six covers to collect: a painted cover by fan-favorite artist Alice X.
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Indie Spotlight

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We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes details on The ABCs of Death 2 contest, a new clip from Muirhouse, a Q&A with Lauren Lakis from Horror House, and much more:

The ABCs of Death 2 Contest Details: “We’re in the midst of our contest to find the 26th Director for ABCs Of Death 2. The contest runs until Halloween, and we’re hoping to secure many, many more submissions by then. We’re looking for new, inventive content!”

For more information, or to learn how to participate in the ABCs of Death 2 contest to be the 26th director, visit: http://26th.abcsofdeathpart2.com/

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New Clip from Muirhouse: “In 2007 Phillip Muirhouse began a promotional book tour on supernatural phenomena. As a publicity stunt he was to be filmed inside a local tourist trap, The Monte Cristo Homestead,
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Indie Spotlight

We return with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details for A Resurrection, the first teaser trailer for Ten, a review of Smiley, and much more:

First Teaser Trailer for Ten: “Ten is a collectivist, post-exploitation psychological thriller devised as a possible explanation for the events of the 1972 Spektor Island Massacre. On a cold December afternoon, ten women arrive at a mansion on Spektor Island, famed for years of reported hauntings and strange activities. Will they live through the night?

The all-female cast film is a response to exploitation, slasher, and thriller films, with particular focus on the kind of storytelling prominent in b-movies and genre films from the 1950s to the 1980s. It explores the meaning and fluidity of identity and takes a number of surprising turns, paying homage to filmmakers and producers such as Alfred Hitchcock,
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First Stills From The Harrowing Shower You in Blood!

The first word and stills for John Keeyes' next foray into fright, The Harrowing, arrived just a few minutes ago in our e-mail inbox, and since we're just suckers for hot chicks who are drenched in blood, we decided to share. Dig it!

From the Press Release

Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions are proud to announce their newest film, The Harrowing, a demonic, horror thriller currently filming on location in Dallas, Texas. In the tradition of Shutter Island and Jacob's Ladder, The Harrowing follows fallen-from-grace Vice Detective Ryan Calhoun. After a routine surveillance goes horribly wrong, Calhoun is accused of the ritualistic murder of his best friend and partner, a prostitute, and a corrupt Congressmen. Unhinged and tormented by demonic dreams, and bent on discovering the truth, Calhoun is admitted to a forensic hospital for observation where, his sanity slowly sipping away, he begins to uncover the darkest, most terrifying truth imaginable.
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Are You Ready To Open The "Nightmare Box"? - New Trailer

Here is a cool new indie horror film that the crew over at DreadCentral stumbled upon and is definitely worth spreading the word. Press Release: Nightmare Box stars Johanna Stanton with Nicholas Ball (Lifeforce), the always lovely Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare), Matthew Tompkins (Missionary Man) and Hayden Tweedie (Suburban Nightmare). They are joined by cast members Katie Kensit, Sal Esen, James Simmons, Laura Whitehurst, Craig Bramley, Cl…
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Unlock the Trailer for Jon Keeyes' Nightmare Box

We love it when we come across a cool indie trailer that looks like it has the potential to be a kick-ass film, and Nightmare Box just sent one to our inbox. Take a look at the crazy shenanigans going on here.

Nightmare Box stars Johanna Stanton with Nicholas Ball (Lifeforce), the always lovely Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare), Matthew Tompkins (Missionary Man) and Hayden Tweedie (Suburban Nightmare). They are joined by cast members Katie Kensit, Sal Esen, James Simmons, Laura Whitehurst, Craig Bramley, Claire Jared and Scott Christie. The film was directed by Jon Keeyes, who co-wrote the story with Carl Kirshner. The movie is produced by Kirshner, Keeyes, Tompkins and Charles Burnley.

For more visit the official Nightmare Box website and "like" Nightmare Box on Facebook.

Synopsis

When a woman wakes up in a strange room with no idea who she is, where she is, or how she got there,
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The Mechanical Grave Short Film Now Available on DVD

It was last September when we got the first word on Jon Keeyes' The Mechanical Grave, and now the project is complete and ready for viewing at film festivals and conventions as well as on DVD. Check out the flick's artwork, a photo gallery, and more info on Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions' steampunk-horror extravaganza.

From the Press Release:

The 15-minute short film The Mechanical Grave is already playing at steampunk and comic conventions around the country, and audiences are heralding it as “the best realization of steampunk yet seen in movie format.” DVDs of The Mechanical Grave are now available exclusively through Highland Myst online.

The year is 1895. Steam-powered ships fly through the air. Clockwork robots have replaced servants. And a grisly murder has taken place in the dark night of New York City. Called to the scene of the ritualistic murder, newly appointed police commissioner
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AfterElton Briefs: Sh*t Southern Gay Guys Say, George Michael Has Reasons To Be Thankful, and Don Lemon Bites The Hand

Here is last week's caption pic winner. This week's caption pic is at the bottom of the page.

Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is ...

Kurt decided to design uniforms for Blaine's Fight Club.

Thanks to CCWayne for this week's winning caption!

Your choice for Sexiest Jesus

Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Susan Lucci is 65, and Annie Lennox is 57. Time to name your top five Annie or Eurythmics songs! Here are mine: 5. "Walking on Broken Glass," 4. "Who's That Girl," 3. "Here Comes The Rain Again," 2. "Missionary Man" 1. "Why."

Note! We're going to be on a lighter posting schedule next week, but Ed Kennedy and I will be bringing you Briefs, Meme, and breaking news each day (plus a few special posts throughout the week). If you need a quick fix from AfterElton.com,
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First Word on Highland Myst UK's The Nightmare Box

Highland Myst Entertainment will be launching its new sister company, Highland Myst UK, with the production of The Nightmare Box, and we have the first details on the film, which is set to begin filming in England this January.

The Nightmare Box is the chilling story about a young woman who wakes up in a strange room with no idea who she is, where she is, or how she got there and must unravel the mystery of her identity while dealing with a variety of fantastical and frightening characters.

"The Nightmare Box is an experimental movie blending horror and psychological drama," shares director Jon Keeyes. "I've always wanted to do a movie that really twists the perceptions of reality and creates some bizarre and surreal characters that may or may not exist in reality. The movie is a dark journey filled with horror, violence, sex, guilt, shame, and how people
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Erica Leerhsen to Face Her Phobia

Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn 2) is set to star in Phobia, a horror/murder mystery to be directed by Jon Keeyes (American Nightmare, Living & Dying) and produced by Blake Calhoun (Killing Down, Pink) from a screenplay by Anne Gibson. Read on for the gory details!

Rounding out the cast are Chase Jeffery (Exposed, American Virgin) as Val Drakul, a man tormented by a family curse; Matthew Tompkins (Killing Down, Missionary Man) as I.M. Casey, a mysterious stranger tracking Val; Jonathan Brooks (The Next Door Neighbor, Seasons of Gray) and Nicole Leigh (Small Timers, Karma Police) as Guy and Marcia Krusek, Val’s cousins and owners of the Theatre du Macabres; and Matt Moore (Super, Premonition) as a young Sigmund Freud.

Combining Gothic horror and an Agatha Christie style murder mystery, Phobia will be produced by a seasoned genre crew including Director of Photography Richard Clabaugh (The Prophecy,
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AfterElton Briefs: "Low Carb Qeers," "A Little Respect" Redux, Gaga Unveiled, and More!

Alan Cumming on the cover of the next Next

Monday, January 24th is going to be huge for fans of RuPaul's Drag Race. Tune into Logo (our parent company) at 8 Pm Est for the show's first-ever casting special, followed by a 90-minute season opener at 9 Pm Est, and then a new season of Untucked returns to the runway at 10:30 Pm Est. Guest judges this season include Lily Tomlin, Vanessa Williams, Johnny Weir, Margaret Cho, Sharon Osbourne, Mike Ruiz, and Susan Powter. I admit i squealed a bit when I saw that last name. Susan Powter! The "Stop the Insanity" lady from the 90's who rocked her Annie Lennox-circa "Missionary Man" look. She disappeared for a while, but came back (and came out) a few years ago.

This was inevitable. That terrorist collective is planning to picket the funeral of Elizabeth Edwards. Erasure has just released a new version
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Dolph Lundgren is out for Round 2!

Tom Jolliffe discusses the ins and outs, ups and downs, past, present and future of Ivan Drago...

One of the Reagan era children, from the taut, muscular womb of 80’s action cinema, Dolph Lundgren never quite hit the big league. In the shadow of Stallone, Schwarzenegger and Willis were Van Damme, Seagal, and Norris. Then you’d say next in line was Dolph Lundgren. So why, off the back of hitting it big, and hitting it fast, did Lundgren never achieve a sustained career in the multiplexes?

Lundgren is a genuine, bonafide genius. Having studied chemical engineering in his younger days, obtaining a masters, he was offered a Fulbright scholarship at MIT. However the lure of acting was too much and a career in Hollywood beckoned. In fact he did not have long to wait for his big break at all. That break of course, being Rocky IV (1985). Aside from Lundgren being,
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DVD Giveaway: Jean-Claude Van Damme in Universal Soldier: Regeneration

Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren, stars of the original Universal Soldier, reteam as reanimated war machines for the first time since then in Universal Soldier: Regeneration. This third film in the series is debuting direct-to-video on Blu-ray and DVD on February 2.

We have two of Universal Soldier: Regeneration on DVD to be awarded to a pair of lucky winners in this contest. You can take a stab at winning by sending in the completed entry form below. Optionally, feel free to return any or every day the contest is running to enter again and increase the odds of being chosen a winner with each additional entry.

Van Damme (Universal Soldier, The Shepherd: Border Patrol) and Lundgren (Universal Soldier, Missionary Man) star as Luc Deveraux and Andrew Scott, two fallen Vietnam War comrades who are brought back to life in a covert government project to become super soldiers. In the
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Forest Whitaker To Join The Expendables

Potentially the most awesome action cast of all time just became a little awesomer with news that Forest Whitaker is in negotiations to join The Expendables, Sylvester Stallone’s latest writing/directorial project.The Expendables sees the wildly over-the-top team of Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Jet Li, Jason Statham and ultimate fighting champion Randy Couture as a team of unfeasibly pitiless mercenaries put together to overthrow a corrupt dictator in the fictional South American republic of Corza. Whitaker will play their CIA liaison officer, presumably overseeing their death-defying mission from a safe distance.While Oscar-winner Whitaker could add gravitas to what sounds like a romp, Empire is particularly excited by the prospect of Stallone’s reunion with Rocky IV nemesis and all-round action titan Lungdren, last seen knocking heads together as a Bible-bashing biker in 2007’s Missionary Man (which he also directed).Dirtier than the Dirty Dozen, wilder than the Wild
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Dolph Lundgren set for 'Command'

Dolph Lundgren set for 'Command'
Dolph Lundgren will star in and direct Millennium/Nu Image's Command Performance, an action thriller he co-wrote with Stave Latshaw.

Lundgren has spent the past few months in postproduction on his previous directing and acting vehicle, Sony's Missionary Man, prepping it for a debut at next week's AFI Dallas festival. He is coming off a starring turn in another Millennium/Nu Image actioner, Direct Contact.

Lundgren, a one-time karate champ who was discovered modeling in New York, burst onto the international stage in 1985 sparring opposite Sylvester Stallone in Rocky IV. While his Hollywood star dimmed during the '90s, he has continued to work steadily, making movies that are seldom seen in the U.S. but still pack 'em in around the world.

Not that all the films have been that great, as even Lundgren will attest.

"While the quality has been up and down, I think things are going a little better now that I am directing," said Lundgren, who began helming with 2004's The Defender after the hired megaphoner fell ill.

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