Supernatural will not get Lost – New episode tonight!

January 31, 2008

Episode #3.09 airs TONIGHT, 9 pm/ET, the first out of the last four episodes of Supernatural scheduled to be released.

As Lost is back on air, Supernatural will be up against the ABC mega-hit series as well as CSI repeats, Don't Forget the Lyrics and Celebrity Apprentice. We all know that Supernatural is never safe, and in the battle for ratings, every viewer counts!

Don't forget! Supernatural's last episode of the current batch will air on February 21, after which the series will be pulled out of the CW schedule. The time to gain ratings is now!

Watch the series Tonight! Even if you tape it or (legally!) download it, make sure to watch it while it airs; tell your family, friends and co-workers to do the same; spread the word: Supernatural will not get Lost! and… Read More

Ask Jeffrey Dean Morgan!

January 31, 2008

With the upcoming release of The Accidental Husband, Cinematical is offering fans a chance to submit questions to Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Uma Thurman, as the two stars will be interviewing each other for Moviefone's Unscripted series on Sunday, February 3. Click here for more information, as well as for submitting your questions.

In addition, has an exclusive clip from The Accidental Husband. Click here to watch.

The Accidental Husband opens March 7, 2008.… Read More

Malleus Maleficarum

January 30, 2008

Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) travel to Sturbridge, Massachusetts, and discover a coven of witches that has killed two people. Ruby (Katie Cassidy) warns the brothers to stay away as the demon controlling these witches is very powerful and will surely kill them. Ignoring her plea, Sam and Dean go in after the coven and confront the head witch, who reveals Ruby’s past.… Read More

Malleus Maleficarum Review

January 30, 2008

By John Keegan

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It didn’t take long for me to realize that this was a Ben Edlund episode. His writing style is consistent, particularly his unusual sense of humor, and he has a knack for twisting the mundane (like brushing teeth or eating fast food) into the grotesque. Even though the story is relatively straightforward, the writing style gives it significant punch.
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