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Imaginary Friend, Terrified Mom Trailer: Z!

Last Mother’s Day, Brandon Christensen’s Still/Born terrified mothers on Mother’s Day, so Shudder is premiering his new film, Z in time for Mother’s Day. It may become a tradition. (Traditions are good…)

In Z, the parents of a young boy discover his new imaginary friend is distinctly unfriendly. Check out the trailer.

Z premieres on Shudder just in time for Mother’s Day, May 7th.

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Haven: Vengeful Ghosts Reveal The Sins of the Fathers!

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The accompanying blurb with the screener of the second season finale of Haven [Syfy, 10/9C] says that it ‘comes to a shattering conclusion when ghosts rise from the dead – revisiting the living, bringing shocking revelations and seeking revenge.’ This is not hyperbole.

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Haven Gets Even Stranger In Season Two Premiere!

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After a myriad of hints/clues/events from Haven’s [Syfy, Fridays, 10/9C] series premiere, Welcome to Haven, culminated in the events of the season one finale, Spiral, it’s easy to believe series creators Jim Dunn and Sam Ernst when they claim to have seven seasons worth of mythology thought out for the series. The second season premiere, A Tale of Two Audreys begins immediately following the events of Spiral and continues to confirm that this is one well planned show.

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Jessie Stone: Innocents Lost – More Mood; Less Substance!

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CBS’ series of Jessie stone TV-movies is the last of its kind and has lasted for several years because it has been a perfect blend of mood/tone and substance. The seventh in the series, Innocents Lost [9/8C] is the first to falter.

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Red: Werewolf Hunter – Surprisingly Earnest B-Movie With Series Potential!

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Most of Syfy’s Saturday night original movies are fun in that cheesy, ‘50s sci-fi/horror, B-movie kind of way. Some are brilliantly campy and others are just plain awful. This Saturday’s Red: Werewolf Hunter [9/8C] is one of their best. Part of the reason is that the writing is smarter; part of it is that it has a pretty decent cast. The key element is the star – Felicia Day [The Guild, Dollhouse, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-long Blog] plays Virginia ‘Red’ Sullivan, the latest in a long line of werewolf hunters.

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