What’s on this week? Season premieres of Continuum, Z Nation, Gravity Falls and From Dusk Till Dawn! The series finale of Under the Dome – and possibly Extant, too, I don’t know, it remains to be seen. All this, and more cartoons than our black hearts deserve on TV this week!
We love a beast that feeds on fear — such a premise channels the best of Freddy Kruger with a dash of Tinkerbell. And in the new ghost movie The Apparition, a cast full of sexy teens — including a ghost-hunting Tom Felton and Bucky from Captain America (Sebastian Stan) — unleash a spirit from a science experiment…
We've seen plenty of "found footage" movies, but there's something very special about the independent film Grave Encounters. Set during the filming of a TV show/paranormal investigation, this movie has a few terrifying moments that'll scare even the most jaded.
It's the week where children hope for bearded intruders bearing sacks, and millions also a week where television gets a bit... lazy. Don't say you weren't warned. Luckily, there's new Doctor Who to make everything better.
Nathan Fillion is back in the world's tightest pants this week. Plus, Halloween brings a spate of classic horror movies. The original V is back! And there's new Heroes, Fringe, Supernatural, Smallville and more. Clips and minor spoilers below!
Neil Patrick Harris finally sings for Batman, Jonathan Frakes directs Dollhouse, and Wil Wheton guests on Big Bang Theory! It's dreamy geek-chic week.
Finally, Claire's lesbian awakening begins on Heroes. Also, Starz gives us a glimpse at the sordid past of Zombies, and their foray onto the big screen. And Batman's back for more crazy-capes team-up action!
Darth Vader himself turns to House for a cure, the MythBuster gang is back and expanding our knowledge of bullets in their season premiere, and Paris Hilton is a soul-sucking demonic force ... on Supernatural.
This week Stargate Universe shoves campy space comedy in the back seat for an ultra-violent premiere. But will you remain a loyal Gater? Sarah Palin becomes president on Supernatural, and Brian Austin Green makes his shirtless Smallville cameo.
This week's biggest television news: FRINGE returns! Now with more inter-dimensional madness (and hopefully more Astrid, as well). Also, Eureka wraps up its final season, again.
Fall TV season is here, including our first look at Supernatural's version of the Prince of Darkness and some vampires who scribble in their diaries. And witness the grand finale of this season's True Blood.
Who needed a name change? The SciFi Channel has just announced that the last three months were the tenth consecutive quarter of growth for women viewers, adding 10% to their number of women aged 18-34.
America is, apparently, continuing to come around to the charms of a steady diet of Ghost Hunters, Amanda Tapping and Enterprise marathons as the Sci Fi Channel has its most successful year yet.
Dave Howe is taking over the reins as president of the Sci Fi Channel from Bonnie "I Cancelled Farscape" Hammer, and he has plans to grow the channel into a "lifestyle" brand. It's not yet clear what this means, but be prepared for things like a clothing line, breakfast cereal, women's fragrance, and neural implants.…