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Round-Up: New Cavity Colors Apparel, Friday The 13th Screening, Voices Of The Damned Excerpt, Good Tidings, Exorcism: Live!

Watch out, Cavity Colors' apparel is coming in hot! Pre-order for all three items is available now with more details below. Also: Friday the 13th screening details, an excerpt from Barbie Wilde's Voices of the Damned, a new Good Tidings teaser, and more details for Exorcism: Live!.

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"Rotting Boogeyman" Crewneck Sweater ($ 40.00)

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The legend of all hallows eve Never Dies....

This design should help with the "post-October blues" we are all sure to experience come November

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Paranormal Activity Producer Ready to Tempt Fate

Sometimes we have to look backward to go forward, and that's definitely the case with Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions and Picture Shack Entertainment's George Plamondon and Betsy Schechter's plan to mine Fate Magazine for spooky stories.

According to the Fate Magazine website, the red-hot producer of the Paranormal Activity film franchise and the team behind A&E’s unscripted series "Paranormal State" have optioned rights to Fate Magazine, a long-running chronicler of the odd and unexplained, with an eye toward utilizing its library of thousands of stories for television and film.

Fate, founded in 1948, tells tales of flying saucers, close encounters, poltergeists, and more. The cult magazine, based in Lakeville, Minnesota, has served as a well of inspiration for Plamondon and Schechter in creating various series, including Animal Planet’s paranormal docuseries "The Haunted".

Launched by Amazing Stories editor Raymond A. Palmer and Curtis Fuller, Fate has
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Paranormal Activity producer developing Fate Magazine for TV & Movies

Fate Magazine has been printing bizarre stores of the supernatural since 1948, and now those stories will be turned into movies and TV properties. THR reports that Paranormal Activity's producer Jason Blum and Picture Shack Entertainment's George Plamondon and Betsy Schechter have optioned rights to Fate magazine.

The magazine was launched by Amazing Stories editor Raymond A. Palmer and Curtis Fuller, and is based out of Lakeville, Minn. The mag is full of stories about "flying saucers, close encounters, poltergeists and more." The cult mag has inspired a number of different series, including Animal Planet's paranormal docuseries The Haunted.

This sounds like a great idea to me. I love supernatural related stories like this. Fate would make some great TV, much like The Twilight Zone did. A serial type show would be perfect.

What are your thoughts on this news?

Source: THR (http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr
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Fate Magazine Optioned by Paranormal Activity Producer Jason Blum

Paranormal Activity producer Jason Blum is teaming up with George Plamondon and Betsy Schechter, who produce the A&E reality series Paranormal State, to adapt stories from Fate magazine.

The Lakeville, Minnesota-based magazine was founded in 1948, and tells various true-story tales of unexplained mysteries. The plan is for Jason Blum, George Plamondon, and Betsy Schechter to delve through the rich history of this periodical to adapt genre stories for both movies and television. Here's what George Plamondon had to say about this new endeavor, and teaming up with Jason Blum.

"Whether you believe or not, if you watch someone who believes, it's fascinating. There's a level of fear we explore that Jason explores as well with the scripted projects he's done."

It is said that the magazine served as the inspiration for several of George Plamondon and Betsy Schechter's TV creations, including the Animal Planet series The Haunted.
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CAA Signs Two Reality TV Companies

CAA’s non-fiction TV department has signed two production companies, Lighthearted Entertainment and Picture Shack Entertainment. Lighthearted Entertainment was formed in 1992 by Howard Schultz who has created and executive produced Extreme Makeover for ABC, Next! for MTV, and The Moment of Truth for Fox. Betsy Schechter and George Plamondon’s Picture Shack has four series in production, A&E’s Paranormal State and Psychic Kids, Animal Planet’s The Haunted and the upcoming scripted MTV comedy Warren the Ape. Lighthearted came to CAA from Icm, Picture Shack came from Wme.
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