I’m ready to be scared for 31 Days of Horror on SyFy this October! I plan to count down the days for Stan Lee’s (The Avengers, Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy) original movie The Sandman on Saturday, October 14th at 9PM. Peter Sullivan (Ominous, Summoned) wrote and directed this film perfect for the spooky season produced by Hybrid.
It’s not often Stan Lee produces an original movie but he couldn’t resist The Sandman! The horror movie has an illustrious team of scary movie masters who worked with Lee, Gill Champion, Barry Barnholtz (Leprechaun), and Jeffrey Schenck (Finders Keepers, The Crooked Man).
The Sandman stars horror fan favorites Tobin Bell (the Saw films), Shaun Sipos (The Vampire Diaries, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Final Destination 2), Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Ricco Ross (Aliens) and stars Haylie Duff (Napoleon Dynamite, Material Girls) in a role that is unexpected and frightening
‘Madison’ (Shae Smolik) an 8 year old orphan is sent to live with her ‘Aunt Claire’ (Haylie Duff) a struggling artist after her father is found dead. Claire realizes Madison has a scary boogeyman friend called ‘The Sandman’ who she suspects may have killed her father and other victims across the country. ‘Valentine’ (Tobin Bell) is leading a government agency looking for Madison & ‘The Sandman’ to save or use her supernatural powers of telekinesis. Will Claire and Madison be able to save ‘The Sandman’ next victim and keep Valentine away from the child.
Are you planning to get scared by the Sandman? What’s your 31 Days of Horror looking like?
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I’m part of the 74% of people who don’t believe that we are alone in the universe.
How can Earth be the only planed in the cosmos with intelligent life? Are we the oldest race or are there other intelligent beings living their own lives looking up to the sky wondering the exact same question? If you missed Sunday’s event premier of ‘Are We Alone’ don’t despair since it’s still continuing with an episode that asks the question ARE WE ALONE? This episode of Wormhole with Morgan Freeman have scientists pondering ‘Is God an Alien Concept’?
I am fascinated by the pull of religion vs science as if the two are magnets or (better description) at war well only ONE can be the victor. I think that there is a God, that science is right and that aliens are on other planets. I’m not saying they are humanoid and look just like us, think like us and worship like us but I do believe that we are not unique in the cosmos. One day we will meet aliens and I (for one) hope they are friendly. I’d hate for humans to be the indigenous people discovered by an advanced people who look at us as not ‘equal’ and only worthy of eradication.
So mark your calendar for a special episode on Wednesday, March 5th with Morgan Freeman and let’s talk ‘Is God an Alien Concept’??? Is it blasphemy to think that there are other species not created in our God’s image?
“Is God An Alien Concept?”
Airing only during ARE WE ALONE? WEEK, an all-new episode of the critically acclaimed series THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN features scientists seeking answers to the controversial question – “Is God An Alien Concept?”
A Special Episode for ARE WE ALONE? WEEK
World Premieres March 5 at 10 PM ET/PT
Only on Science Channel
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