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Supernatural Season 12 Review

This review is based on the first episode.

I’m not sure that many of us who have been faithfully watching Supernatural since the pilot aired way back in 2005 thought it would make it to twelve seasons. It takes strong ratings, a great cast and crew, cult followers, and maybe even a little luck to make it this far. Those factors have not only allowed this series to endure, but to thrive.

Although Supernatural will forever remain a horror show at its core, an important quality that it’s never lost is that it’s the story of two brothers – Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) Winchester – who will literally move Heaven and Earth for one another. Furthermore, the basics are still prevalent: “Saving people, hunting things, the family business” – and it feels more like the family business than it has in years.

This is no doubt due to the freshly resurrected Mary Winchester,
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Supernatural: The Best Episodes... by Season!!

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Get ready Winchester fans, Supernatural Season 12 is right around the corner.

With Supernatural Season 11 Episode 23 ending the battle with the Darkness, Sam getting shot and Mary making a surprise return, the next part of Sam and Dean's journey is sure to be an interesting.

But before we dive into the present, let's take a look at the road so far and highlight the best episode from each of Supernatural's 11 seasons.

With so many to choose from, what are your favorites?

1. Supernatural Season 1 Episode 1 It's tough to not pick the pilot, Supernatural Season 1 Episode 1, because it introduced us to Sam and Dean in the first place. Combining the creepy scares, the spot on humor and the mysteries of their mother and Jessica’s death, all while pushing them to find their missing father was a great way to get their (and fans') Supernatural journey started. 2. Supernatural Season 2 Episode 12 Supernatural Season 2 Episode 12, "Nightshifter,
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Action On Film Festival 2015: Exclusive Interview with John Depew on Lazarus Rising

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Action On Film Festival 2015: Exclusive Interview with John Depew on Lazarus Rising
Determinedly fighting for the ideals and lifestyle you passionately believe in, even if you’re forced to contend with external conflicts that people purposefully put in your way so they can achieve their own goals, can be both a daunting and liberating experience. While it can be challenging to determine how to best overcome those obstacles, finally figuring out how to do so and accomplishing your plan can be one of life’s most gratifying experiences. Not only does the relatable anti-hero in the new action crime drama, ‘Lazarus Rising,’ intriguingly set out to leave his dangerous job and improve his life, but director John Depew also grippingly overcame his independent budget [ Read More ]

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Check out the trailer for Lazarus Rising

A trailer has arrived online for director John Depew’s upcoming crime thriller Lazarus Rising, which stars Mike Pfaff, Devon Ogden, Adoni Maropis, Eric Roberts, C.Thomas Howell, Lenny Clarke, Cedrick Stewart, Sal Rendino and Sean Carmichael. Check it out below…

A hit man on the run and a woman with a secret try to evade teams of assassins headed by the lethal and relentless Mr. Gray.

Lazarus Rising is expected to arrive later this year.
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More Cast and Crew Announcements for The Chair

The feature adaptation of Alterna Comics' The Chair is moving along nicely, and today we have another addition to the cast plus several new members of the crew that is being assembled for the film.

Tomas Boykin (Lazarus Rising, I Am) will portray Father Alexander, the priest who comes to read Richard Sullivan his last rites.

Joining the production team are stunt coordinator Paul Lacovara (Avengers, Godzilla, Thor), production designer Tim Eckel ("CSI," "Veronica Mars," Hellraiser 3), key grip Anthony Ragonese (Dead Man's Curve, "Desperate Housewives"), hair stylist Lisa Meyers (Gangster Squad, "Without a Trace," "Freaks and Geeks"), and iconic horror film composer Charles Bernstein (Nightmare on Elm Street, Cujo).

Casting announcements for Mr. Bates (rumored to be Loren Lester but not yet official), Johnny the Janitor, and the Commanding Officer will be announced before the May 15th start date of the film's Kickstarter fundraiser. Producer, co-writer (with Erin Kohut), and
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