Okay, admittedly that's an inaccurate title -- we're still a few weeks out from the festive family get-together, none of the films we're discussing in this ep are holiday-themed, and none could fairly be called a turkey (and for that last we are truly thankful).
I still remember watching an episode of the revamped Twilight Zone back in 1985, white-knuckled as the silhouetted killer from under the bed prepared to finish off the one kid who was supposed to be immune to the carnage of the Shadow Man.
According to The New York Times, Gary Lucas is "a guitarist with a global guitar" and The New Yorker says he's "the thinking man's guitar hero." Introducing his new album Cinefantastique is the artist with a few words about the project.
In Bad Kids Go to Hell, the new horror comedy in which Ben Browder plays a janitor who tends to the corridors and classrooms of a tony private school, a clutch of the institution's least-favorite students while away their time in detention -- and find themselves being bumped off one-by-one.
In its finale, Supernatural delivered not only one of the finest hours of network television of 2010, but it also supplied one of the most intellectually and satisfying closures any sci-fi or horror series ever broadcast.
Just when I despaired about the overweening cleverness of screenwriters confusing a chopped up timeline with intelligence and craft, two films popped up to prove there's still life in this unconventional convention.