I just would like to inform you that I will work on the Gallery for the rest of this week.
I plan to change all Supernatural related screen captures into HD/Blu-Ray ones. I may do some other changes, though. I’ll keep you posted.
Please welcome Jasmine! She will help me with the news submissions from now on, because she knows so much stuff I obviously don’t. Have fun on here Jasmine!
I’ve uploaded My Bloody Valentine 3-D related video clips to the Video Vault. Enjoy.
Supernatural writer Jeremy Carver joined the show from virtually nowhere in season 3 and has quickly made his mark with episodes like “A Very Supernatural Christmas,” “In the Beginning,” and BuddyTV’s best episode of 2008, “Mystery Spot.” This Thursday Supernatural returns at 9pm on the CW with another Carver episode, “Family Remains.”
BuddyTV spoke to Carver about how he joined Supernatural, his upcoming episode, and his reaction to co-writing BuddyTV’s best episode of the year. Continue reading for the transcript and to listen to our exclusive interview.
Exclusive Interview with Ben Edlund
I’ve added a new section to the Gallery. It’s called “On The Set” and includes pictures of the filming of Supernatural. Enjoy.
– Television Episodes > Supernatural > Season 1 > On The Set
I’ve updated the episode stills for Season 1 of Supernatural and added tones of new pictures to each album. Enjoy.
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Supernatural finally returns with new episodes on January 15 at 9pm. It’s been a long wait since Dean broke down after admitting the truth about his time in Hell, but this next episode seems to put the angels and demons story on the backburner for a good, old-fashioned horror show.
In “Family Remains,” Dean and Sam try to protect a family living in a haunted house. It’s a simpler, more traditional horror plot than writer Jeremy Carver is used to: his recent episodes include such wild rides as “In the Beginning” and “Mystery Spot.”
The CW released two video clips from this episode, and they show Supernatural rediscovering its horror roots. In this creepy first clip, a little kid tries to befriend something hiding in the shadows. The scene is pretty creepy without showing anything scary, which is one of the oldest lessons in great horror films: less is more.
I’ve uploaded screen captures of Jensen at Chelsea Lately – Jan 9, 2009. Video has been added aswell!
– TV Shows & Screen Captures > Talk Shows > Chelsea Lately – Jan 9, 2009
The hit series Supernatural will return this Thursday with an all-new episode entitled Family Remains. At this current moment in time, the show, which revolves around spooking hunting brothers Dean and Sam Winchester, is experiencing a huge spike in ratings and it is proving to be more popular than ever. We recently met up with Dean Winchester himself, Jensen Ackles, to find out what we can expect to see during the second half of season four. Sadly, he doesn’t know any more than you do, “I don’t know. You tell me. I’m never quite sure what is going to happen. Eric Kripke keeps me in the dark. I don’t know what we are going to shoot until we shoot it. So, the end of this season is as much of a surprise to me as it is to you.”
He went on to explain the fate of the series as he knows it, “This was supposed to be our last season. Season four was supposed to be the big crescendo. That is what Kripke had always explained to us. He had a very specific way that he wanted to end the show. As you know, that didn’t work out with the writer’s strike. Things got sort of pushed back.” Does that mean season five is the last time we will see the Winchester brothers? “Maybe Kripke will come in and wrap everything up in season five. I know there has been talk of that. It’s hard to say, though. With season four, the ratings have gone way up. We were supposed to be heading towards the end, but who knows at this point? He might want to keep it around for a bit longer.”