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'Supernatural' Season 13 Will Tell A "Smaller" Story

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There's no denying the incredible success 'Supernatural' has seen on the small screen. Now heading into its landmark 13th season on the network, those behind the show are working harder than ever before to ensure the stories being told are as engaging and exciting as ever. With lead actors Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles on board delivering stellar performances as Sam and Dean Winchester, we're sure everybody's up to the challenge.

Robert Singer serves as an executive producer on 'Supernatural'Robert Singer serves as an executive producer on 'Supernatural'

Last season, the siblings took on the British Men of Letters, which nearly resulted in not only their deaths, but the eradication of every hunter in America. They've overcome that hurdle but are now moving onto something else. Despite the scale we've seen however, this time round the story is going to be "smaller" than what we've seen.

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Cujo Review

It's been 24 years since 1983, and it's time to ask... is Cujo deserving of a "Special Edition" DVD?

Inexplicably marketed as a 25th Anniversary Edition (close enough, I guess), Cujo tells the now-often-imitated story of a vicious animal/monster and couple of people trapped by it. In this case, the animal is a once-super-happy St. Bernard bitten by a rabid bat, and the people are mom Donna (Dee Wallace) and her son Tad (Danny Pintauro).

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A Dog Of Flanders Review

One of my standard pieces of advice for parents searching for movies that both they and their kids can enjoy is to seek out live-action animal films in which the pets do not talk. Normally, such films are philosophical lightweights -- not raising any issues at all. Also, they are propaganda lightweights -- not placing in the standard moral imperatives that you find in children's movies.

A Dog of Flanders is one of many exceptions to this rule.

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V Review

Very Good
Independence Day ripped off the far superior 1983 TV miniseries, V, correctly assuming that the public has only a short-term memory. The pervasive image of flying saucers hovering over every major metropolitan city in the world is undeniably creepy, especially when the visitors are not our friends. V's mice-munching lizards, disguised in human form as soap opera-friendly actors in bright red Nazi uniforms, wore false smiles and were much scarier than any computer generated menace proposed by ID:4.

What we're quick to forget is that TV movies from the early 80s were actually pretty frightening, what with Ronald Reagan threatening to bomb the Russkies and all. The Day After caused many a sleepless night as Jason Robards marched through a nuclear nightmare. While the good guys ultimately score a point for justice at the end of V, much of the film is devoted to the insidious alien plot to corral humans into concentration camps for food. Yum, yum, yum. A few supporting characters get picked off in the first hour or two when they try to prove that "the truth is out there." We're gonna snatch you, and then we're gonna eat you!

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