Cartoon Network celebrates Halloween all month long with brand new creepy cartoon network originals and spooky specials, all-new, spine-tingling specials from 'Regular Show,' 'Uncle Grandpa,' 'Annoying Orange,' 'Dreamworks Dragons: Defenders of Berk,' 'MAD' and 'Johnny Test.'
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Disney Junior celebrates Halloween with themed episodes of hit series Sofia the First, Jake and The Never Land Pirates and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and popular short-form series Minnie's Bow-Toons.
Filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro scares up a history of horror in the opening credits of The Simpsons’ “Treehouse of Horror XXIV,” airing Sunday, October 6, on FOX.
kaboom! Entertainment signs a raft of new Halloween deals, which includes the acquisition of the rights for Daddy, I’m a Zombie from Porchlight Entertainment.
Just in time for Halloween, former Digital Domain senior VFX artists Miguel Ortega and Tran Ma create a fun and magical animated short, “The Green Ruby Pumpkin.”
For the second straight year, Syfy will serve as tour guide to Halloween in New York City with its imaginative “31 Days of HalloweeNYC.”
Cartoon Network Enterprises announces an exclusive partnership with Spirit Halloween to introduce costumes based on two of the network’s most popular franchises.
Cartoon Network is full of ghoulish goods this October with a line-up of frightfully fun new episodes and specials themed around everyone’s favorite haunted holiday.
The next chapters of two big horror franchises will be descending on theaters next October, according to Shock Till You Drop.
JibJab.com has launched a new Halloween Starring You! lineup that lets users insert themselves into personalized videos.
Nickelodeon offers a slate of spooky, side-splitting programming this Halloween, including the premiere of the two-hour TV movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, a teen comedy with a sci-fi twist starring Victoria Justice (Victorious) and Brooke Shields, on Saturday, Oct. 23, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT).
Corus Entertainment, Canada’s largest kids’ broadcaster, is jam-packed with new and returning series and themed programming in celebration of Halloween and Thanksgiving this October. Highlights include the premiere of Kyle XY as well as Season 2 premieres of original favourites In Real Life and the sketch comedy series That’s So Weird!
BloodyDisgusting.com reports that Patrick Lussier (MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D) will direct HALLOWEEN 3-D.
The Weinstein Co. has laid-off approximately 10 employees, only three months after a hiring consulting firm.
This month, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and sister networks Nicktoons Network and NOGGIN are treating kids to spooky marathons and chill-filled new episodes of their favorite hit shows. Additionally, two of Nickelodeon's kids' websites, Nick.com and Nicktropolis, will feature new Halloween-themed online games to complement "Shocktober" programming.
To celebrate the spooky Halloween season, the news graphics staff at the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS has created a scarily fun activity for all, the Halloween "Monster Maker."
By selecting components of the head, the body, background and caption you can experience the same creative process that inspired Dr. Frankenstein. With over 100,000 possible combinations, you're sure to create a monster that is a very personal expression of your inner weirdness.
A first look at Universal Pictures' re-imagining of the genre classic, THE WOLFMAN, will debut at Universal Studios Hollywood's "Halloween Horror Nights" as part of the theme park's "Terror Tram."
The "Terror Tram: The Nightmare Tour" -- which expands this year to double the length of previous Halloween tram experiences -- will offer an exclusive preview of THE WOLFMAN on the tram's LED screens.
Issuing a dare to "Live Your Worst Nightmare," Universal Studios Hollywood has ratcheted up the intensity level to present a new "Halloween Horror Nights" for 2008.
Beginning September 26 and continuing through Sunday, November 2, Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure parks become a one-stop destination to experience spook-tacular entertainment, whimsical decor, a lively mix of Disney characters in Halloween costumes and a variety of festive foods.
"Where Nightmares Come Alive" is the theme for Universal Studios Hollywood's first Halloween short film competition, a virtual film festival timed to coincide with the launch of the annual Halloween Horror Nights event that will invade the Entertainment Capital of L.A. for 13 nights this October.
With 300 brining sword-and-sandals flicks back in a big way, Millennium Films has begun development on a new Hercules feature film, VARIETY reports. Avi Lerner, Boaz Davidson, Danny Dimbort and Trevor Short will produce. Davidson, Millennium's president of production, and Joe Gatta, the company's evp, developed the property ancient Greek myth. Sean Hood (HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION) will write the screenplay and no director has been hired. The plot details are being kept under wraps.
PBS KIDS and PBS KIDS GO! are offering loads of Halloween treats and surprises with spooky/kooky themed programming on Oct. 31, 2006 (check local listings). On PBS KIDS GO!, early elementary school kids may use division to help thwart Hackers holiday hijinks in a new CYBERCHASE episode and find out what it takes to make it to a giant pumpkin competition on POSTCARDS FROM BUSTER.
Featuring more than 100 hours of horror and sci-fi movies, miniseries and originals, SCI FI Channels Halloween marathon begins on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2006, and wraps up on Halloween night with a special six-hour GHOST HUNTERS LIVE special.
On Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 3:00 pm, SCI FI will air the horror film, ROOM 6. After a tragic accident, a young woman and a fellow victim struggle to track down their loved ones at a mysterious hospital. The feature stars Jerry OConnell and Christine Taylor.