Winchester Radio Podcast #75- AIRS TOMORROW (November 1)

October 31, 2009

winradioWinchester Radio Podcast #75 will air tomorrow, Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time (USA). Please note that the podcast will not air on our regular timeslot. Podcast #75 will cover Episode #5.07 "The Curious Case of Dean Winchester".

The podcast will also be available through iTunes and other feeds. Please check out the site for more information.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Podcast Staff.

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The Hell Hounds Convention – This Weekend (October 30th – November 1st)

October 30, 2009

Rogue Events' 1st Ghostfacers Convention, Hell Hounds, is being held this weekend, October 30th – November 1st, 2009 at the Park Inn York Hotel, North Street, York, UK.

Scheduled to attend the Ghostfacers event are Brittany Ishibashi (Maggie Zeddmore), Austin Basis (Kenny Spruce), A.J. Buckley (Ed Zeddmore), Travis Wester (Harry Spangler) and Dustin Milligan (Alan J. Corbett).

Source: Rogue Events.

For reports, videos and photos, please check Supernatural-wiki, here.

Disclaimer: and are in no way connected to the convention.

About the Ghostfacers:

A.J. Buckley (Ed Zeddmore) stars in CBS hit show, CSI: NY, as a series regular, playing Lab Technician 'Adam Ross'. CSI: NY is now in its sixth season. Dustin Milligan (Corbett) played 'Ethan Ward' on the CW's hit 90210 first season, and is now co-starring in Miramax Films' comedy Extract. Travis Wester (Spangler) starred in Mr. Rhodes and Beverly Hills, 90210, and was recently seen in FX's Dirt. Austin Basis (Spruce) has been cast to play 'Math' on the CW's upcoming midseason series, Life UneXpected. Brittany Ishibashi (Maggie Zeddmore) appeared on E-Ring, and would next be seen on the webseries The Bannen Way, starring Supernatural's Gabriel Tigerman (Andrew "Andy" Gallagher), to debut in January, 2010.… Read More

Gallery Updates

October 30, 2009
  • 5.07 Episode Music
  • 897 5.07 Episode Screencaps
  • 06 5.08 Episode Stills (spoiler)
  • 06 5.09 Episode Stills (spolier)
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s ‘Invasion of Privacy’ gets its original title (first look!)

October 29, 2009

After being renamed Invasion of Privacy, Jeffrey Dean Morgan's upcoming thriller (no release date yet), co-starring Hilary Swank and Christopher Lee, is back to its original title, The Resident.

The movie "centers on a young doctor (Swank) who moves into a loft in Brooklyn where mysterious occurrences lead her to suspect that she is not alone in her home. She discovers that her seemingly charming landlord (Morgan) has developed a dangerous obsession with her, resulting in a terrifying game of cat and mouse." source.

For exclusive photos from the movie, click here.

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The Curious Case of Dean Winchester Review

October 28, 2009

By John Keegan

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If anyone was worried that the writers for “Supernatural” would have little time to tell some side stories this season, they have nothing to fear. This episode had almost nothing to do with the overall season arc or the troubled relationship between the Brothers Winchester, and could almost have taken place at any time in the series’ run. If it hadn’t been for the exploration of Bobby’s circumstance, it would have felt completely divorced from the ongoing crisis.
Not that I blame them for taking the time to delve into Bobby’s depression. It’s been covered tangentially since the beginning of the season, but now it factors into the story a little more directly. Bobby’s psychological wounds aren’t healing, and I’m not sure this situation really did very much to change that fact. I’m left to wonder if Bobby is going to recover or be forced to come to terms with his new situation. As long as the writers keep exploring it, I think either direction would be worthwhile.
The idea of a 900-year-old card shark witch certainly capitalizes on the popularity of televised poker, but it does rely on a bit of cliché.
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