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Mena Suvari is The Black Dahlia on 'American Horror Story' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 1st 2011 7:00AM
Mena Suvari, 'American Horror Story' - 'Spooky Little Girl'We're not sure what was the more disturbing revelation this week on 'American Horror Story' (Wed., 9PM ET on VH1). That Tate fathered one of Vivian's children, which may mean that it's the Antichrist. That Hayden lost her cool and killed Constance's young lover. Or, that Ben finally saw the real Moira O'Hara.

We're sure for Ben it was the latter, as she told him that he's finally starting to see things for what they really are and then he saw her for the Frances Conroy she really is. When Elizabeth Short (Mena Suvari) walked in as a surprise patient, Ben didn't realize he was seeing the Black Dahlia, just as he refused to see that Hayden was a ghost.

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The Hauntings Drive Vivian to Shoot on 'American Horror Story' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 24th 2011 4:30AM
'American Horror Story' - 'Rubber Man''American Horror Story' (Wed., 10PM ET on FX) is coming together stronger each week, and it looks like things are only going to get worse for the Harmons now that Ben's ex-lover Hayden is dead and among the spirits haunting the house.

Not only is she dead, but she knows it and is reveling in it. She rallied the house's first mistress, Nora, to her side with the mission of driving Vivian insane so the two of them could each have one of her twins when they're born.

It turned out to be not that difficult a task, either. She was already worried when she saw a photo of Nora, who'd also been by to look at the house. Suddenly, she started questioning everything she saw, and Hayden made sure she had plenty to question. And then there's the rubber man.

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The Truth Behind Larry's Burns Revealed on 'American Horror Story' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 17th 2011 5:30AM
'American Horror Story' - 'Open House'Larry Harvey has been one of the most enigmatic and mysterious characters on 'American Horror Story' (Wed., 10PM ET on FX). He isn't a ghost haunting Murder House, nor was his relation to it completely clear, until this week.

In fact, we gained a greater understanding of why Constance moved next door and has stayed so close to the house. We learned that Tate was her son, and we know that he haunts those halls. But she has a far more grotesque son she used to keep locked in the attic whose spirit lingers as well.

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'Supernatural' EP Sera Gamble Talks Dean's Drinking Problem, Sam's Worst Nightmare & the Midseason Cliffhanger

by Laura Prudom, posted Oct 21st 2011 2:15PM
Dean and SamWe're only five weeks into Season 7 of 'Supernatural,' and already, we've seen (alleged) character deaths, lies, explosions, a broken leg and a couple of seriously creepy visitations from Lucifer -- and the show seems to have no intention of slowing down any time soon. Tonight's episode (9PM ET, The CW) even boasts 'Buffy' alums Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters as a quarreling couple at the center of a suburban bloodbath.

But with so many unexpected twists, questions are sure to follow. Yesterday, I caught up with executive producer Sera Gamble to get some insight into Dean's current mental state (and Sam's, for that matter), the Leviathans' nefarious scheme to draw the Winchesters into the open and a potential return for a fan-favorite character (but not the one you're thinking of).

Spoilers ahead.

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Things Get Even Worse When Larry Meets Ben's Mistress on 'American Horror Story' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 20th 2011 7:00AM
'American Horror Story' - 'Murder House'I know we're only three episodes in, but it feels like we really need some things to start making sense on 'American Horror Story' (Wed., 10PM ET on FX). More and more questions and mysteries about who and what all these people are keep being thrown at us, with very little explanation of motive or intentions.

For example, when Ben's ex-lover showed up suddenly announcing that she'd decided not to abort the baby, that was certainly going to cause chaos in Ben's life. She was demanding he be involved and help pay for the baby. So that's bad for Ben.

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Spirits Aren't the Most Dangerous Thing in the House on 'American Horror Story' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 13th 2011 6:15AM
'American Horror Story' - 'Home Invasion'It looks like the threats that aren't supernatural are just as dangerous on 'American Horror Story' (Wed., 10PM ET on FX). The question of why the Harmon family just doesn't move out were addressed head on -- or at least the conversation has begun -- in this week's installment.

Ben discovered he wasn't quite done with the very young woman he cheated on his wife with, as she's pregnant and wants him there when she gets an abortion. That left Vivien and Violet alone in the house, though both Tate and Addy seem able to come in whenever they want.

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Sebastian Roché Talks 'Supernatural' Season Finale, Fan Encounters & More

by Laura Prudom, posted May 20th 2011 10:30AM
Sebastian RochéFrom terrorist on 'General Hospital' to rogue angel on the CW's 'Supernatural,' Sebastian Roché has made a career out of being unpredictable.

After spending his formative years travelling the world on a sailboat with his family (yes, really), Roché graduated to theater, film and television work, first in his native France, and then on American shores.

As the charismatic Balthazar on the spooky genre show, Roché has made a habit of popping in to cause mischief and mayhem for the Winchester brothers -- for good and for ill. His allegiances will truly be tested in tonight's two-hour season finale (8PM ET on the CW) when Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) find themselves literally caught between heaven and hell, and Crowley and Castiel's alliance puts Balthazar in a very tenuous situation.

Join us after the jump to read what Roché had to say about the season finale (not much!), his first experience with the 'Supernatural' fans and how exactly one goes about getting into character to play an angel. Mild spoilers ahead.

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R.L. Stine's 7 Ways to Have a Scary Christmas

by R.L. Stine, posted Dec 22nd 2010 3:20PM
[Editor's Note: Of all the holidays, 'Goosebumps' author R.L. Stine might be most closely associated with Halloween; after all, the man is legendary for scaring kids with his spooky tales.

But did you know R.L. also tries to make his holiday season scary? That's right, not only does his 'Goosebumps' TV show give us the chills almost every Halloween, now the terror can run over into Christmas too.

We asked R.L. for the 7 ways he keeps his Christmas scary. Here's what he said ...
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7. Watch the debut of my new TV series, 'R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour' on Sat., Dec. 25 at 8PM ET on on The Hub network. It's the show's 'XMas Special.'

6. Trim the tree blindfolded. (Ouch!)

5. Use Grandma Edith's ashes as tinsel.

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'Buffy' Without Joss Whedon Is Not 'Buffy' At All: Why the Movie Reboot Needs to be Staked

by Laura Prudom, posted Nov 23rd 2010 11:50AM
Buffy the Vampire SlayerIt seems like you can't swing a vampire in Hollywood without hitting a reboot or "re-imagining" of a fan-favorite franchise these days, from 'The A-Team' and 'Spider-Man' all the way down to 'V'.

Rumors of a proposed 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' movie reboot have been gaining momentum for months, but confirmation finally came Monday morning when Warner Bros. announced that the project is indeed going ahead.

But here's the kicker: It'll be without the involvement of 'Buffy' mastermind Joss Whedon, the man who wrote the screenplay to the original 1992 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' film and helmed the iconic TV series of the same name.

Instead, the project is being penned by Whit Anderson, an actress turned writer (with no previous screenwriting credits, according to IMDB) whose interview with the L.A. Times' Hero Complex sent fans -- including yours truly -- into an apoplectic, foaming fit of outrage yesterday. Just another Monday on the internet ...

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Creator of Supernatural wants the show to go on past season five

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 31st 2009 5:29PM
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This season is the last season for The CW's Supernatural. But it might not be the last season of The CW's Supernatural.

Creator Eric Kripke wants the show to continue, only not the same way it is now. He wants to get two new leads for the show and make it more of a light, music-oriented show, sort of High School Musical meets Rocky Horror Picture Show. OK, I made all of that up. But he does want to change the way the show is, so it can be renewed but be different, the way The X-Files and Buffy The Vampire Slayer changed their shows. He says that this upcoming season (season five in a long-planned five season arc) will "end with a bang."

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BBC America serves up first seven minutes of new Torchwood

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Jul 15th 2009 7:04PM
The Children of Earth announce a new challenge for the Torchwood crew.Following its smash hit run on BBC1 in the U.K., Torchwood: "Children of Earth" is heralding its U.S. arrival next week by presenting the first seven minutes of the first episode, "Day One."

The week-long, five episode mini-series has already generated enough spoilers here at TV Squad and around the web, so we'll take care to avoid repeat performances here. For now, stateside viewers can visit BBC America's video page to watch the first seven minutes of the third season's first show in which Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) dies of Ptomaine poisoning.

The first 20 minutes of the same episode were already available on the BBC America On Demand channel included with some cable services.

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AMC.com is showing B-movies for free

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 13th 2009 3:02PM
AMCSo it's Monday afternoon and you're just in the mood to watch a movie where viking women battle big sea monsters or one where a girl gets involved with the men who race souped-sports cars (and one that doesn't have "fast" or "furious" in the title). What are you to do?

Well, AMC has come to the rescue! Besides putting great original shows like Mad Men and Breaking Bad on TV, AMC's web site is now streaming old B sci-fi, monster, biker, western, horror, comedy, and crime flicks.

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Sam Raimi gets into reality with Fear is Real

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 3rd 2008 7:42PM
Director Sam Raimi, the man who created such gut-wrenching horrors as The Evil Dead trilogy and Spider Man 3, takes his talent for disemboweling innocent people and chopping off limbs with a dull ax to television ... for a reality show?!?

13 - Fear is Real premieres tonight January 7 on The CW at 8 p.m. eastern. It puts 13 innocent (not really) people in the middle of a fake horror movie, and the last one standing on their bloody stumps takes home the grand prize.

The reality show aims to do for horror movies what Next Action Star did for action movies - rip them off and turn them into another schlock reality show that requires little to no creative ideas or thought.

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TV Squad Soap Report: Evil abounds

by Allison Waldman, posted Jul 3rd 2008 10:03AM
TVS logo soapIt was big news in the world of daytime when Joseph Mascolo exited Days of Our Lives a few months ago. After all, Mascolo's Stefano Dimera was hailed as the number one villain of all time in daytime by Soap Opera Digest.

His return to Days was supposed to be long-term, but it didn't work out that way. In a surprising, some would say typical, soap way, the phoenix will rise again. Stefano Dimera, in the form of Joseph Mascolo, is coming back to Days of Our Lives. His reign of terror will commence once more -- in early August. Meanwhile, the other big time evil-doer on the show, Victor Kiriakis, will become more moderate and good by comparison.

Evil on the soaps is, well, a necessary evil. You can't have characters who are happy and blissful all the time. You need the selfish, the greedy, the vengeful, all those evil types to keep the stories interesting.

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Ali Lohan to ruin the career that never was

by Kristin Sample, posted Jun 21st 2008 1:07PM
Dina and Ali Lohan Ali Lohan of E!'s Living Lohan wants to destroy her nonexistent career by starring in the remake of the 1986 movie Troll (the original starred Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Sonny Bono). "How fitting that she already kinda looks like one? Yeah yeah, we're more evil than the creatures she'll fight in the flick, we know," Kate Spencer of VH1.com jokes.

Apparently the director of Troll is already gushing about her acting abilities, "The camera loves her. She's a really good actress...I am personally going to fight for her." Ali has auditioned to play the role of Eunice St. Clair who aids a boy named Harry Potter, Jr. (no relation) fight an evil troll. I know, it just gets weirder and weirder. D-List jests that one of the Olsen twins should be cast as the evil troll.

I hope we get to see Ali's audition, rehearsals, shoots, and any other drama that could involve Long Island's resident troll, Dina Lohan, acting like a crazed stage mother.

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