Before we get started, lemme just say that I got a new tattoo last night and its quite fetching. Red circle with a star in the center on the inside left forearm. Even the artist dug it. My buddy Jake got an anchor on his bicep
little jealous, not gonna lie. Hurt like a mofo, though. Kids, dont try this at home.OK, now that we got that out of the way, its time for a little more sharing: I love the scary. Horror movies. Haunted houses. Hell, I yelped like a girl at those Burger King commercials with the wooden-faced whatever-that-is. And to anyone who was sitting near me during Rob Zombies Halloween remake, I apologize. Welbutrin make me all better now.Honestly, I have willingly chosen to have the bejebus freaked out of me for like, the last 7 years, spending almost every night in October watching some scream gem or another (ask me about The Boogens, please!). So, in honor of my inner scaredy-cat and the glorious approach of my personal High Holy Day of Ha...
Fans of one of the original ghostbusters and his most recent TV incarnation would be wise to scare up a copy of the new Night Stalker DVD boxed set hitting stores today, as it offers up not only four episodes never broadcast during the series' fall 2005 ABC run, but also revealing commentary from creator Frank Spotnitz. TVGuide.com seized this opportunity to ask Spotnitz about his Stalker's unfortunate fate, the frightfully fun show he's working on now and the next X-Files fi
Question: Any chance that Sci Fi Channel will do a Night Stalker wrap-up movie?
Answer: No, but a DVD is coming out this summer that'll include the four unaired episodes as well as commentary from Frank Spotnitz revealing how the show would have ended had ABC not killed it.
Sci Fi Channel has acquired all 10 episodes — including three that didn't get the chance to make it to air — of ABC's recently axed Night Stalker remake, executive-produced by The X-Files' Frank Spotnitz and starring Stuart "When Will Charlize Make an Honest Man out of Me?" Townsend. The series premieres on its new home in summer 2006.
Question: I just read in TV Guide's Entertainment News that Reunion was canceled! I'm really disappointed by this news because I really enjoyed this (underwatched) show. In my opinion the whole concept and idea behind it was really well done and had been carried out nicely. Obviously, though, it was on at a horrible time and I sensed impending doom when I read that the American Idol-results show might be airing on Thursdays in 2006. I totally wasn't expecting a Season 2 of Reunion due to its low ratings, but I was at least hopeful for one full season. What happens now? Did they already shoot the 13 episodes Fox has ordered? Will Fox at least be airing all of the filmed episodes? Will we ever find out what happens?
Answer: As of this moment, it's just too early to know how it will play out. It looks as if Fox will air the remaining episodes, with the finale set for Feb. 2, but the show hasn't even finished production yet (this week I was told they were still filming Episode 12), so it's