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The Friday the 13th Edition of the Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer Will Put You on Edge

The second season of Stranger Things doesn't debut on Netflix until Oct. 27, but already we've gotten a few answers to major questions about season one thanks to the first official trailer for the nostalgic '80s sci-fi show. In honor of Friday the 13th, the show also released a special, horror movie-themed edition of the trailer (above), which will send more than few shivers down your spine (Wtf are those guys doing to Sheriff Hopper?!). Once you're done watching it (and calming your nerves), check out the rest of the clips for the season below, then read up on everything we know about the upcoming season. RelatedWhen Is Stranger Things Set, and How Far Forward Will Season 2 Go? Friday the 13th Teaser Trailer Tomorrow is Friday the 13th. #StrangerThings pic.twitter.com/hAN5OoPGKh - Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) October 12, 2017 Official Trailer Darkness falls across the land… Here is the first trailer for #StrangerThings2. pic.
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Spooky Teaser For Stranger Things Season 2 Creeps Online Ahead Of Final Trailer

Darkness falls upon the land; the midnight hour is close at hand.”

On the eve of Friday the 13th, Netflix has conjured up a suitably spooky teaser for Stranger Things season 2, with the full and indeed final trailer expected online sometime tomorrow.

Yes, while the Netflix original series began life as a summer sleeper hit, co-creators Matt and Ross Duffer have embraced the show’s horror elements with arms wide open, resulting in an expanded instalment that will seemingly ramp up the scare factor on October 27th.

Behind the scenes, Netflix subscribers can expect a number of fresh faces to take up residence in Hawkins, Indiana, including Sadie Sink, Dacre Montgomery Paul Reiser, Chelsea Talmadge and Brett Gelman as Murray Bauman, a conspiracy nut who will surely cause a headache or three for Chief Jim Hopper. We also learned recently that the Powers That Be have tweaked the episode titles ever so slightly.
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Will Byers Is Cooped Up In Hospital Once Again In All-New Pic For Stranger Things Season 2

Spare a thought for Will Byers of Hawkins, Indiana.

Despite spending much of Stranger Things season 1 trapped in a nightmarish reality known as the Upside Down, it looks like the show’s sophomore instalment will shove Noah Schnapp’s pint-sized protagonist out of the frying pan and into the freezer come October 27th.

Yes, despite getting rid of the so-called Demogorgon and restoring peace and balance to Hawkins – at the expense of Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven…for now – Stranger Things season 2 will unleash a whole new wave of nasties, including a tendrilled sky-monster (Shadow Monster), upon the hapless folks of Indiana. That “singular threat” is spreading, it seems, so expect the show’s second season to boast a bigger sense of scale and scope than its precursor.

Not only will it stretch for nine episodes in total, but there’s also the new cast members to take into account,
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That Amazing “Stranger Things” Season 2 Trailer Almost Didn’t Use “Thriller”

That Amazing “Stranger Things” Season 2 Trailer Almost Didn’t Use “Thriller”
Darkness falls across the land. Netflix may have won this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with their incredible trailer for the second season of “Stranger Things,“ premiering on October 27. Not only was it our first real look at the new season, but it also featured a pitch perfect use of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” – complete […]
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Darkness Falls Across the Land in the 2nd Season of Stranger Things

Here’s the Comic-Con trailer for Stranger Things Season 2 and as you can probably tell things don’t stay normal for long in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. Expanding on the show’s mythology and delving deeper into the aftermath of the first season, this next chapter takes place about a year later. Will understandably suffers […]

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Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer Gives Us Our First Look at Eleven's Return and We're Freaking Out

Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer Gives Us Our First Look at Eleven's Return and We're Freaking Out
Darkness falls across the land.  You know you are in for a treat when Vincent Price's voiceover from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" serves as a trailer's narration...which is exactly what fans got when Netflix debuted Stranger Things' first trailer for season two at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday. And get ready, because things are getting weird Af when Stranger Things returns on Oct. 27. "Nothing's gonna go back to the way it was, not really," Hopper says of life in Hawkins, Indiana, in 1984, and no one knows that better than Will (Noah Schnapp), who is still seeing and feeling weird things since returning from the Upside Down at the end of season one. ...
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‘Better Call Saul’: Why That Blockbuster Video Scene Was Important, But Also a ‘Nail-Biter’ to Make

‘Better Call Saul’: Why That Blockbuster Video Scene Was Important, But Also a ‘Nail-Biter’ to Make
[Editor’s Note: Mild spoilers for Season 3, Episode 10, “Lantern” follow.]

It’s at times easy to forget that “Better Call Saul” is a period piece, if only because its 2002-2003 setting isn’t always noticeably distinguishable from the present day. But then every once in a while, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould slap us in the face with a reminder that this show is happening in the past. It can be as simple as a trip to a video store — but not just any video store.

Read More: ‘Better Call Saul’: The 7 Times Jimmy and Kim Kissed On Screen, And How That Makes It The Most Rewarding Romance on TV

It’s something we all accepted as routine, just 15 years ago: Want to watch a movie? Go to Blockbuster Video. So in the Season 3 finale, “Lantern,” Kim (Rhea Seehorn) asks her assistant Francesca (Tina Parker) for a ride to what was once the dominant source for Americans in search of movie rentals, and we then get to see her browse the aisles in search of the perfect comfort viewing, following her near-fatal car accident the episode prior.

Executive producer Gennifer Hutchison, who wrote the season finale, told IndieWire that the decision to have Kim visit a video store came in the writers’ room, as the team discussed what Kim might possibly do after deciding to relax following her accident. “I just really loved the idea of her renting a bunch of videos and sitting around watching movies and eating junk food. Just because it’s something I relate to, it’s something I like to do when I destress. And I feel like it’s not something you see a lot of on TV and in movies,” she said.

And as a result, Gould — who directed the finale — got very excited about the idea of Kim going to not just any video store, but Blockbuster in particular. However, don’t think that this was an easy choice for the show — because according to production designer Michael Novotny, “it was a total nail-biter.”

Novotny told IndieWire that as soon as he received word that “Saul” wanted to recreate a Blockbuster, he got his team to work — specifically, the graphics department. “I can always do a set. A set’s the easy part. The hard part is the graphics and all of the art work you’re going to turn out,” he said.

But that process started before the show had actual permission to recreate a Blockbuster. “We started to build it without approval. That’s part of the nail-biting process,” he said. “It wasn’t until the day before we shot it that we got approval.”

This is because, as anyone who works in production might tell you, trying to depict a real brand on screen can be an incredibly difficult task. And the “Saul” team wanted to actually use Blockbuster iconography, which isn’t the easiest thing given that it’s a brand name you haven’t probably seen in the wild in years.

Blockbuster went bankrupt in 2010, and “roughly a dozen” stores currently exist today. Thus, the set was built on one of the show’s Albuquerque soundstages, and in fact, a great deal of what was on screen was made from scratch by the “Saul” production team, including the big Blockbuster sign hanging in the wall and the period-accurate movie covers.

One thing they were able to buy: the shelving units came thanks to an ironic stroke of luck and an Albuquerque video store that was going out of business. The production was thus able to buy those displays, which Novotny made sure were shortened so that, as they shot the scene, Kim and Francesca could be seen walking through the aisles. That framing was based on Gould’s storyboards, which were altered slightly during the production process, but otherwise didn’t require any major additional construction.

But really, here’s what people care about — the movies that are being considered, as Kim prepares for an epic binge in the pre-Netflix days. None of the titles are fake, and Novotny did work carefully with his team to carefully curate the movies that appeared on screen during the scene, all of which were drawn from a list provided by Peter Gould and the writers. Here are just some of the ones we happened to spot while freeze-framing:

“A Knight’s Tale” “Lawrence of Arabia” (the 40th anniversary special edition) “Love Liza” “The Mothman Prophecies” “Punch-Drunk Love” A Richard Pryor stand-up special “Beverly Hills Ninja” “The Cheap Detective” “Hanky Panky” “Blue Thunder” “American Sledge” “Darkness Falls” “Night of the Living Dead

They’re all movies that feel appropriate to the era at least within a year or two or as classics, though unfortunately a quick Internet search can reveal whether a film in question would have been available on DVD in the year 2003. Perhaps the most glaring oversight is the appearance of Tim Burton’s “Big Fish,” which was released in theaters December 10, 2003 and made available on DVD April 27, 2004 — something Hutchison’s husband (who actually worked at Blockbuster in the past) noticed while watching the final product. “We don’t always get it right,” she admitted.

Novotny acknowledged the “Big Fish” error, but he was relatively zen about it, given the intense pressure of making the scene happen in the first place. “It really was a down to the wire thing,” he said. “If that’s as much as I’m wrong… I’m sad to hear that but at the same time I’m happy that it went as good as it did.”

Update: On Twitter, Gould offered a little clarity as to why “Big Fish” might have time traveled back a year:

And that #BigFish they mention? Could be a shoutout to my former student @johnaugust… #YesYouReadThatRight

Peter Gould (@petergould) June 23, 2017

Hutchison couldn’t remember every one of the 10 films Kim officially rented, though such a list was made during production. Beyond “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Monty Python,” she said the rest were mostly legal dramas, though she did make sure to include the Luc Besson sci-fi romp “The Fifth Element.” “That was one for some reason I was really stuck on making sure was in her stack,” Hutchison said.

While hardly the most memorable scene of the finale, it still sticks in the mind because of how it triggers memories of an experience we’ve largely lost, traded in for the convenience of Netflix.

“I like the idea of physically walking around and choosing movies,” Hutchison said. “There is something about actually going into a store, having everything broken down by genre. Sometimes with the streaming services it’s a little overwhelming, but having that physical space… I don’t know. It was like a ritual.”

And depicting that ritual was just more proof that “Better Call Saul” will always find a way to surprise us with the seemingly mundane.

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Related stories'Better Call Saul': The 7 Times Jimmy and Kim Kissed On Screen, And How That Makes It The Most Rewarding Romance on TVThe 20 Best-Directed TV Drama Series of the 21st Century, Ranked'Better Call Saul' Review: Season 3 Finale Proves A Good Man Knows When to Give Up
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‘Better Call Saul’: Why That Blockbuster Video Scene Was Important, But Also a ‘Nail-Biter’ to Make

  • Indiewire
‘Better Call Saul’: Why That Blockbuster Video Scene Was Important, But Also a ‘Nail-Biter’ to Make
[Editor’s Note: Mild spoilers for Season 3, Episode 10, “Lantern” follow.]

It’s at times easy to forget that “Better Call Saul” is a period piece, if only because its 2002-2003 setting isn’t always noticeably distinguishable from the present day. But then every once in a while, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould slap us in the face with a reminder that this show is happening in the past. It can be as simple as a trip to a video store — but not just any video store.

Read More: ‘Better Call Saul’: The 7 Times Jimmy and Kim Kissed On Screen, And How That Makes It The Most Rewarding Romance on TV

It’s something we all accepted as routine, just 15 years ago: Want to watch a movie? Go to Blockbuster Video. So in the Season 3 finale, “Lantern,” Kim (Rhea Seehorn) asks her assistant Francesca (Tina Parker) for a ride to what was once the dominant source for Americans in search of movie rentals, and we then get to see her browse the aisles in search of the perfect comfort viewing, following her near-fatal car accident the episode prior.

Executive producer Gennifer Hutchison, who wrote the season finale, told IndieWire that the decision to have Kim visit a video store came in the writers’ room, as the team discussed what Kim might possibly do after deciding to relax following her accident. “I just really loved the idea of her renting a bunch of videos and sitting around watching movies and eating junk food. Just because it’s something I relate to, it’s something I like to do when I destress. And I feel like it’s not something you see a lot of on TV and in movies,” she said.

And as a result, Gould — who directed the finale — got very excited about the idea of Kim going to not just any video store, but Blockbuster in particular. However, don’t think that this was an easy choice for the show — because according to production designer Michael Novotny, “it was a total nail-biter.”

Novotny told IndieWire that as soon as he received word that “Saul” wanted to recreate a Blockbuster, he got his team to work — specifically, the graphics department. “I can always do a set. A set’s the easy part. The hard part is the graphics and all of the art work you’re going to turn out,” he said.

But that process started before the show had actual permission to recreate a Blockbuster. “We started to build it without approval. That’s part of the nail-biting process,” he said. “It wasn’t until the day before we shot it that we got approval.”

This is because, as anyone who works in production might tell you, trying to depict a real brand on screen can be an incredibly difficult task. And the “Saul” team wanted to actually use Blockbuster iconography, which isn’t the easiest thing given that it’s a brand name you haven’t probably seen in the wild in years.

Blockbuster went bankrupt in 2010, and “roughly a dozen” stores currently exist today. Thus, the set was built on one of the show’s Albuquerque soundstages, and in fact, a great deal of what was on screen was made from scratch by the “Saul” production team, including the big Blockbuster sign hanging in the wall and the period-accurate movie covers.

One thing they were able to buy: the shelving units came thanks to an ironic stroke of luck and an Albuquerque video store that was going out of business. The production was thus able to buy those displays, which Novotny made sure were shortened so that, as they shot the scene, Kim and Francesca could be seen walking through the aisles. That framing was based on Gould’s storyboards, which were altered slightly during the production process, but otherwise didn’t require any major additional construction.

But really, here’s what people care about — the movies that are being considered, as Kim prepares for an epic binge in the pre-Netflix days. None of the titles are fake, and Novotny did work carefully with his team to carefully curate the movies that appeared on screen during the scene, all of which were drawn from a list provided by Peter Gould and the writers. Here are just some of the ones we happened to spot while freeze-framing:

“A Knight’s Tale” “Lawrence of Arabia” (the 40th anniversary special edition) “Love Liza” “The Mothman Prophecies” “Punch-Drunk Love” A Richard Pryor stand-up special “Beverly Hills Ninja” “The Cheap Detective” “Hanky Panky” “Blue Thunder” “American Sledge” “Darkness Falls” “Night of the Living Dead

They’re all movies that feel appropriate to the era at least within a year or two or as classics, though unfortunately a quick Internet search can reveal whether a film in question would have been available on DVD in the year 2003. Perhaps the most glaring oversight is the appearance of Tim Burton’s “Big Fish,” which was released in theaters December 10, 2003 and made available on DVD April 27, 2004 — something Hutchison’s husband (who actually worked at Blockbuster in the past) noticed while watching the final product. “We don’t always get it right,” she admitted.

Novotny acknowledged the “Big Fish” error, but he was relatively zen about it, given the intense pressure of making the scene happen in the first place. “It really was a down to the wire thing,” he said. “If that’s as much as I’m wrong… I’m sad to hear that but at the same time I’m happy that it went as good as it did.”

Update: On Twitter, Gould offered a little clarity as to why “Big Fish” might have time traveled back a year:

And that #BigFish they mention? Could be a shoutout to my former student @johnaugust… #YesYouReadThatRight

Peter Gould (@petergould) June 23, 2017

Hutchison couldn’t remember every one of the 10 films Kim officially rented, though such a list was made during production. Beyond “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Monty Python,” she said the rest were mostly legal dramas, though she did make sure to include the Luc Besson sci-fi romp “The Fifth Element.” “That was one for some reason I was really stuck on making sure was in her stack,” Hutchison said.

While hardly the most memorable scene of the finale, it still sticks in the mind because of how it triggers memories of an experience we’ve largely lost, traded in for the convenience of Netflix.

“I like the idea of physically walking around and choosing movies,” Hutchison said. “There is something about actually going into a store, having everything broken down by genre. Sometimes with the streaming services it’s a little overwhelming, but having that physical space… I don’t know. It was like a ritual.”

And depicting that ritual was just more proof that “Better Call Saul” will always find a way to surprise us with the seemingly mundane.

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Related stories'Better Call Saul': The 7 Times Jimmy and Kim Kissed On Screen, And How That Makes It The Most Rewarding Romance on TVThe 20 Best-Directed TV Drama Series of the 21st Century, Ranked'Better Call Saul' Review: Season 3 Finale Proves A Good Man Knows When to Give Up
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Complete Series of The Legend of Korra Comes to Blu-Ray in December

  • Cinelinx
Legend of Korra fans have much to cheer for today as Nickelodeon has announced they're bringing the entire series to blu-ray for the first time, for a holiday release.  Prepare your Santa lists accordingly.  

If you loved Avatar: The Last Airbender, you undoubtedly enjoyed the spin-off, The Legend of Korra.  Despite being cut shorter than fans would have liked, the series has garnered a strong following and critical praise.  If you missed out on the series, or simply want to enjoy it again and again, you're in luck.  

Today comes that announcement that the entire series is coming to blu-ray in one tidy package, complete with bonus features to enjoy.  The blu-ray is set to release on December 13, 2016, just in time for the holidays.  Check out the full press release below for more details: 

For the first time in one collection, fans can relive every exciting element-bending moment from the
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Lights Out Reinvents Classic Horror in a Fresh Way

Lights Out Reinvents Classic Horror in a Fresh Way
One thing I always look forward to when going to any horror movie, is seeing.... well, mostly hearing, how the audience reacts. While I love movies like The Witch, which is so engrossing and intense that you can hear a pin drop in the theater, I really adore movies that scare the s--t out of people, to the point where I can hear their reactions. For me, the more unusual and natural the reactions are a sign that this particular movie is quite effective, and the reactions I heard during Lights Out made it so much more fun, for me anyway. I'm not sure how much fun it was for the woman, who let out piercing shrieks every time a jump-scare moment happened and would rapidly stomp her feet on the ground like Thumper, but it was just one of many reasons why I loved Lights Out.

I didn't know
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Look Who Guest-Starred on The X-Files Before They Were Famous

  • Vulture
Over the course of its nine seasons, The X-Files had a lot of talent pass through. Though the series, which returns for a six-episode arc this Sunday, generally obeyed a rule to stick with unknowns and avoid recognizable guest stars, a rewatch will show just how many future A-listers crossed paths with Mulder and Scully. Below, a list of not-yet-famous X-Files guest stars and the weirdos they played.Guest star: Seth GreenEpisode: “Emil” (1.2)Character: Emil, a man who has experienced a UFO sighting. Guest Star: Donal LogueEpisode: “Squeeze” (1.3)Character: Special Agent Tom Colton, a colleague of Scully’s who thinks Mulder is weird as hell. Guest star: Felicity HuffmanEpisode: “Ice” (1.8)Character: Nancy Da Silva, a scientist trapped in an Arctic research station à la The Thing. Guest star: Titus WelliverEpisode: “Darkness Falls” (1.20)Character: Doug Spinney, a logger menaced by bugs that only come out at night. Guest star: Željko IvanekEpisode:
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Horror Channel unleashes a fear-filled February of premieres

Horror Channel has announced eight petrifying premieres for Friday and Saturday nights this February, including the UK TV Premiere of Daric Gates’ possession thriller The Appearing and the Network premieres of Paul Hyett’s disturbing directorial debut The Seasoning House, Stephen King’s psychological thriller Secret Window, starring Johnny Depp and Renny Harlin’s supernatural cult favourite The Covenant.

Other network premieres for Friday nights include Christian Duguay’s dystopian Sci-Fi actioner Screamers and Robert Heath’s Brit revenge shocker Truth or Dare, whilst Saturday night’s exclusive line-up embraces haunting chiller Darkness Falls and Simon West’s frenzied pulse-racer When a Stranger Calls.

Full details in transmission order:

Fri 5 Feb @ 10.55pm – Screamers (1995) *Network Premiere

Based on Philip K. Dick’s short story “Second Variety”, this cult favourite stars Peter Weller as Cmdr. Joe Hendricksson, who sets out across the surface of Sirius 6B, hoping to settle a violent labour
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Mipcom: TV World Embraces Content Revolution

Mipcom: TV World Embraces Content Revolution
Cannes – With the advent of Netflix, Amazon and TV anywhere, the walls protecting an established TV world are falling down. 2015’s 31st Mipcom, which ran Oct. 5-8, was the first major TV market where this massive revolution was felt in true full force, as it played out over the TV mart’s sales, production deals, individual shows, general market trends and keynote speeches.

Over-the-top (Ott), as least for the world’s TV industry, is no longer the enemy. And at Cannes’ Mipcom trade fair content suppliers – from Hollywood’s studios and big networks and top Euro players downwards – were embracing, with unprecedented optimism, the new TV order.

Digital also drove up Mipcom attendance. 13,700 delegates made Cannes, on a par or above 2014’s figure, an all-time record. At 1,600 buyers for digital platform was 32% up in 2014.

Mipcom’s emerging status as a TV world premiere launch also made this one of the glitziest affairs on record.
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Mark Gordon Sells ‘Conviction’ to ABC, Develops ‘Darkness Falls’

Mark Gordon Sells ‘Conviction’ to ABC, Develops ‘Darkness Falls’
Cannes — The Mark Gordon Co. has two new TV shows moving forward: U.S. network ABC has given a put pilot commitment to the company’s crime drama “Conviction,” and the Mark Gordon Co. is also in talks to produce procedural “Darkness Falls” with Mgc and Germany’s ProSiebenSat.1.

“Conviction” is co-created by Liz Friedman (“Elementary”), who will write the series, and Liz Friedlander (“The Following”), who directs the pilot. The show centers on Carter Morrison, the daughter of a leading political family who takes a job as the chief of a Los Angeles-based legal unit that examine cases where an innocent person may have been wrongfully convicted.

Darkness Falls” centers on a two-person FBI team that goes to small towns to solve terrible murders. It is based on a script by Erica Messer (“Criminal Minds”) and Janine Sherman Barrios (“Criminal Minds,” “ER”). The series will be exec produced by the Mark Gordon Co.
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Mipcom: 'Criminal Minds' Producer Mark Gordon: "I Don't Think There's Too Much Good Television"

Mipcom: 'Criminal Minds' Producer Mark Gordon:
Is there really too much TV out there? Don't tell Grey's Anatomy producer Mark Gordon that. "I don't think there's too much good television," he told Mipcom during a keynote address on Tuesday, suggesting TV abundance and talk of a content bubble building was hardly the industry's biggest challenge. The Mark Gordon Company is behind other TV hits, such as Criminal Minds, Quantico and Ray Donovan, and the prolific producer insisted creative and popular procedurals especially can be supported by the international market. An example is Darkness Falls, a procedural Gordon is developing with Germany's ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland,

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Mark Gordon Teaming With ProSieben On ‘Darkness Falls’ Procedural – Mipcom

Exclusive: While Mark Gordon-produced series are popular the world over, Darkness Falls marks the first time the prolific Mark Gordon Company is reaching into the international co-production space. Mgc and Germany's ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland are in the final stages of negotiations for the development of the procedural that’s based on an original script by Erica Messer (Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, The O.C.) and Janine Sherman Barrios (Criminal…
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What's Leaving Netflix in October 2015

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Well, this is lousy timing. Several horror movies, including "The Exorcist," "Night of the Living Dead," and "Interview with the Vampire" are leaving Netflix on October 1, right before Halloween.

Also leaving October 1, some spooky TV titles, including "The Dead Files."

More than 150 titles are leaving Netflix in October; here's the entire list of movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix streaming in October.

Leaving Oct. 1, 2015

"Aces High" (1976)

"A Fond Kiss" (2004)

"Agata And The Storm" (2004)

"A Good Day to Die" (2013)

"Alakazam The Great" (1960)

"All Is Lost" (2013)

"An Affair to Remember" (1957)

"Agora" (2009)

"A Liar's Autobiography" (2012)

"America Declassified" (2013)

"Analyze This" (1999)

"Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues " (2013)

"Angela's Ashes" (1999)

"Annie Hall" (1977)

"Another Woman" (1988)

"Apocalypse Now" (1979)

"Apocalypse Now Redux" (2001)

"Axed" (2012)

"Baby's Day Out" (1994)

"Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession" (1980)

"Baron Blood" (1972)

"Beaufort" (2007)

"Belle of the Yukon" (1944)

"Big Night" (1996)

"Blue Velvet" (1986)

"Brewster's Millions" (1945)

"Buying & Selling" (2013)

"Caesar and Cleopatra" (1945)

"Caprica" (2009)

"Carve Her Name With Pride" (1958)

"Casanova
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Fox Reveals More Details About The X-Files Reboot At TCA Event

It was inevitable that the Fox executive session at the Television Critics Association summer tour would yield greater detail about the reboot of The X-Files that is currently in production. The event series is one of the most highly anticipated projects on the Fox Television Group slate, and fans have been poring over every snippet of preview footage already released.

Those attending the session were apparently treated to a whole scene from the first of the new episodes, with Chairman and CEO Dana Walden giving an explanatory introduction.

“You’re seeing a scene from our first episode back. As you may recall, the mix of episodes we did was mythology episodes, episodes that dug deeper into the conspiracy of The X Files, and then there were great standalone episodes. That’s still the mix we’ll be exploring in this run.”

These comments are both encouraging and intriguing. Fans of
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Comic Book Review – Witchblade #181

Villordsutch reviews Witchblade #181…

We come to Witchblade: Darkness Falls: The Death of Jackie of Estacado (Pt.2) and as with all two-parters there is going to be that slight sense of dread creeping in as you wonder if this closing section is going to be as brilliant as the opener. As Part One certainly carried a huge punch – read the review here – can this power be carried over to the conclusion; to the final moments of the Witchblade staring at Jackies head upon the table?

As we left the last issue Hope, Sara’s – the Witchblade – previously deceased daughter, now an ultimate power entity, who has been resurrecting cats along with a her dead nanny, has now read Sara’s mind and knows what she has come to do to Jackie. In a few seconds however the situation is brought to a calm by the careless tongue of the previously
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