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Book Review – The Colorado Kid by Stephen King

Ricky Church reviews The Colorado Kid by Stephen King

After over 10 years out of publication, Stephen King’s mystery pulp novel The Colorado Kid returns to bookshelves in an updated edition featuring new artwork. King writes a fairly compelling tale as two old journalists in a small Maine island town recount one of their unsolved and most elusive mysteries to their newest intern. The book, which was loosely adapted into the TV series Haven for SyFy, has all the elements of a classic whodunnit mystery, but The Colorado Kid is much more concerned with the power of stories and the drive to make sense of unsolvable and confusing puzzles.

King’s novel is set entirely between three characters as they go through a 25 year old mystery of a dead man found on one of their local beaches with no apparent foul play detected and it is a long time before he is even identified.
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Hard Case Crime to publish new illustrated edition of Stephen King’s The Colorado Kid

Hard Case Crime has announced the upcoming release of a brand new illustrated edition of Stephen King’s bestselling mystery tale The Colorado Kid, featuring artwork from Mark Edward Geyer, Kate Kelton, Paul Mann, and Mark Summers.

On an island off the coast of Maine, a man is found dead. There’s no identification on the body. Only the dogged work of a pair of local newspapermen and a graduate student in forensics turns up any clues, and it’s more than a year before the man is identified. And that’s just the beginning of the mystery. Because the more they learn about the man and the baffling circumstances of his death, the less they understand. Was it an impossible crime? Or something stranger still…?

The Colorado Kid illustrated edition will be published in the U.S. this month and arrives in the U.K. in July.

The post
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Alan Spencer’s Bullet in the Face gets Collected by Shout!

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Get ready to journey into the intriguing, neo-noir universe of Brüteville, a dystopian city where high-octane thrills, gangster mayhem, and a generous dose of subversive, satirical bent collide! On January 21, 2014, Shout! Factory will unleash the outrageous action-comedy cult hit Bullet In The Face: The Complete Series on DVD. Creator and executive producer Alan Spencer (Sledge Hammer!) developed the series with producers and executive producers Jesse Prupas and Evi Regev of Muse Entertainment and Just For Laughs Television. All-star cast includes Max Williams (Night of the Living Dead) as Gunter Vogler, Neil Napier (Riddick) as Lieutenant Karl Hagerman, Jessica Steen (NCIS) as Commissioner Eva Braden, and Kate Kelton (Haven) as Martine Mahler, alongside special guest stars Eddie Izzard (Valkyrie, Ocean’s Thirteen) and Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, The Expendables) as notorious crime lords. Featuring special audio commentary by Alan Spencer, Bullet In The Face: The Complete Series DVD
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Preview: McM Comic Con / Memorabilia Birmingham

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This weekend (November 23rd & 24th) sees the McM Comic Con and Memorabilia show take place at the NEC in Birmingham. We’ll be there on the Saturday, checking out what’s happening at one of the UK’s biggest conventions. If you haven’t grabbed a ticket yet, what are you waiting for? Ok, ok, so some of you may still be undecided, so let me tempt you with a rundown of just some highlights of the guests attending the event this weekend…

Red Dwarf Reunion – Chris Barrie (Arnold Rimmer); Hattie Hayridge (Holly); Danny John-Jules (The Cat) and Robert Llewellyn (Kryten) from much-loved British sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf. Quadrophenia Reunion – Stars Phil Daniels (Jimmy); Toyah Willcox (Monkey) and Daniel Peacock (Danny) celebrate the ultimate mod movie, based on The Who’s 1973 rock opera.

Richard Donat and Kate Kelton from popular sci-fi series Haven. Donat plays Vince Teagues, leader of The
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“The Walking Dead” Returns, ABC Wants More “S.H.I.E.L.D.” and TNT Considers Reviving Another 80s Soap


Justin Long has sold a comedy series idea to NBC, according to Deadline. The series would star Long as a thirtysomething man married to an older woman with a teen child.

ABC has ordered a full season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which I hope will give it time to go from promising to being the great drama it could be.

Is the increasingly-blatant sexism on Survivor killing the show? NPR’s Linda Holmes thinks so, detailing the sexist moments from the last episode and saying that the series “is morphing into a grody love letter not to men, but to bullies.”

TV Guide says that TNT is considering a sequel series to Falcon Crest, one similar to its Dallas sequel. Susan Sullivan, who won’t be appearing in the series (her character died, along with a lot of my interest in the soap) says the proposed series
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Haven Review: A Brilliant Twist!

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Finally. Haven brought an end to the "Audrey's in the Bar(n)" saga with a nifty little twist. While we waited for that, we were treated to a truly spine tingling Trouble, making "Lost and Found" the best episode of Haven Season 4 so far.

While none of my theories or wishes of what might occur when Sarah/Lucy/Audrey/Lexie made her way back to Haven was used as the end results, it still changes everything and makes what comes next pretty exciting.

First let's chat about The Trouble of the week. Anything with kids is always extra scary, but put black blunt cut wigs, spiked teeth and blue eye shadow on them and make them giggle like little freaks and you can count me out of playing ring around the rosy with them. 

I had never heard of a Douen before, but if I know my friends well enough,
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Haven Preview: Kate Kelton Teases Romance, Jordan's Quest To End The Troubles

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When we last talked to Kate Kelton about her return to Haven Season 4 and the role of Jordan McKee, she filled us in on how her Troubled character (and fan favorite) escaped death in last season’s finale.

But now that we’re a few episodes in, much has happened, the biggest being that Audrey (Emily Rose) is finally on a quest to get back to Haven (as well as regain her memory) with the help of guest star Colin Ferguson. And then, of course, Jordan is hell-bent on getting The Troubles gone for good and seems poised to do whatever it takes to make that a reality.

I recently sat down with Kelton, who gave me an idea of what’s next including some hot and heavy action and, of course, she teased some big surprises coming up.

TV Fanatic: Jordan seems as though she's getting more desperate (or
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Interview: Haven’s Lucas Bryant talks season 4

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With season four of Haven premiering in the Us this past weekend we got a chance to sit down with star Lucas Bryant, who plays Nathan on the Syfy original series.

This season starts off a bit bleak and Nathan seems to be this dejected version of himself, not the confident guy he used to be. So can you talk a little bit about what it has been like playing that version of the character?

Lucas Bryant: Yeah, that was a really cool turn for me. I mean you know as you said, Nathan has always been maybe a little bit too sure of himself. I mean sure, he’s always got doubts, but he had this kind of blind trust in himself, and Audrey, and that as you saw at the end of Season 3 led to a disastrous outcome. So now, yeah, getting to explore that you know
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Blu-ray Review: Haven: The Complete Third Season

Genre: Sci-Fi | Action | Drama

Creators: Sam Ernst & Jim Dunn, based on “The Colorado Kid” by Stephen King

Discs: 4

Run time: 572 minutes + extras

Release date: September 3, 2013


Based on Stephen King‘s “The Colorado Kid,” Haven follows FBI agent Audrey Parker, who has taken up residence in the small town of Haven, Maine, a longtime refuge for people with an eclectic range of supernatural abilities. Now a detective in the Haven police department, Audrey finds herself inexplicably linked to the mysteries of this extraordinary seaside village.

Season three of Haven picks up immediately following the events of the gripping season two finale with Audrey (Emily Rose) having been brutally kidnapped; Nathan (Lucas Bryant) warned against pursuing a romantic relationship with Audrey; and Duke (Eric Balfour) seemingly engaged in a fight to the death with Nathan after he discovers his family lineage is to kill Haven citizens with troubles.

Episodes include “301″, “Stay,
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Haven Central: Lucas Bryant Teases Nathan’s Darker Journey in Season 4 of Haven

With Nathan Wuornos left dying from multiple bullet wounds in the Season 3 finale, there was some concern that perhaps Nathan would not survive to see Season 4 of Haven. But first thing, star Lucas Bryant reassures that Nathan is not coming back as a ghost and is alive and well. Right out of the gate in the first returning episode, Nathan’s fate is revealed and he is walking and talking. As fans, we should never doubt that our heroes will make through the dire straits of season finale cliffhangers — but we still worry. So in case fans had not yet already seen the Season 4 promos put out by Syfy, Nathan survived. In fact, Haven picks up its story six months later. Six months?! I can hear the cries now. But we all want to know what happened with Audrey (Emily Rose), Duke (Eric Balfour) and Nathan during that six month period.
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Haven Central: Lucas Bryant Previews the Obstacles Ahead for Nathan and Audrey in Season 4

Season 3 feels like it ended so far away, but for fans, it feels like yesterday. The moment the barn disappeared taking Audrey (Emily Rose) and Duke (Eric Balfour) with it has been seared in our brains. We watched in horror along with Nathan (Lucas Bryant) as he stood watching in disbelief and horror as meteorites bombarded the little “troubled” town of Haven. As the comic book released with the Season 3 DVD/Blu-ray set showed, Nathan did survive his multiple gunshot wounds and Season 4 of Haven picks up six months later. So where shall we find Nathan after such a great amount of time? In a recent press call, star Lucas Bryant did his best to tease the upcoming season without too many spoilers. See for yourself!

This season starts off a bit bleak and Nathan seems to be this dejected version of himself — not the confident guy he used to be.
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Jim's Notebook: Teen Wolf, Cold Justice and More!

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While some shows wrapped up their seasons this week (Teen Wolf), others are heading toward their finale and others (Syfy's Haven, TNT’s Cold Justice) are set to return/debut in the near future.

The good news is I’ve got some scoop on all of them – and some wedding reflections from Emmy nominee Cat Deeley. Ready to open up this week's Notebook? Let's do this!

Haven As you saw in my exclusive interview with Kate Kelton, her character of Jordan McKee will be back when Haven Season 4 kicks off on September 13 on SyFy. The actress told me that she knows a thing or two about holding a gun on the show even when she can use the weight of it for her character. She told me they have both a rubber gun and a decommissioned gun, but she recently had to work with the latter: “There is a scene
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Haven Exclusive: Kate Kelton on "Bad Ass" Return of Jordan McKee

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On the Haven Season 3 finale, it looked as though we may never see Jordan McKee again... but Surprise and Spoiler Alert: Jordan is very much alive and well, as viewers will learn on the September 13 return of this Syfy favorite.

And, as actress Kate Kelton told me, Jordan will have a little bit of revenge and anger on her mind when we see her again.

In an exclusive chat with the star, Kelton told me about when she found out she’d be returning to the series, what we can expect in the romance department for Jordan and how McKee really feels about Audrey. Scroll down for excerpts from our Q&A...

TV Fanatic: Let’s just step back a little bit, when did you find out you would be returning to Haven?

Kate Kelton: In the spring I believe the execs approached my manager and asked if it
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Haven: Season Three Ratings

In 2011, Haven's ratings held steady when compared to the first season's numbers. Will the ratings for the show climb this season or will they drop? We'll have wait to find out.

The third season of Haven airs on Syfy on Friday nights and there are 13 episodes. The cast includes Bree Williamson, Dorian Missick, Emily Rose, Eric Balfour, Kate Kelton, and Lucas Bryant.

Below are the TV show's ratings, the best way to tell if Haven will be cancelled or renewed for a fourth season. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:

Final season averages: 0.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 1.55 million total viewers.

Episode 03-13: Thursday, 01/17/13

0.4 demo rating (0% change) with 1.36 million (+4% change).

Season averages: 0.42 in
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Haven Review: Holloway House

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When I used to have a life, Halloween was one of my favorite holidays. With the costumes, crisp air and crunching leaves what isn't there to like? Now that I don't play with costumes, I get to live vicariously through television. "Real Estate" was an extraordinary haunted house story wrapped inside of a Halloween celebration and I loved it. Haven made me so happy!

The best thing about the episode was that it put all members of this extremely talented cast together for the majority of the show. When I interviewed Kate Kelton, she said this type of episode is done as a cost saving measure, because it is low on production costs. If it costs less to have them all together, then I'm all for more of these brilliant ensemble pieces. Did I mention it was directed by Jason Priestley? Apparently he enjoyed his turn as Chris Brody so
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Haven Central: Why Duke Crocker May Be the Better Man for Audrey Parker

In the fan world for Syfy’s supernatural series Haven, a hot and heavy debate has raged for over the past 3 seasons over whether Audrey Parker’s (Emily Rose) heart should be won by the bad-boy smuggler Duke Crocker (Eric Balfour) or the good-guy police detective Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant). For the better part of the first couple seasons, it was a genuine toss-up between the handsome heroes and yet as the second season came to a close, it seemed like Audrey had finally made up her mind and chose Nathan.

However, the third season has shown in the first few episodes, that there may be a change of heart or rather a shift in the tug-of-war. So what exactly changed?

For one, Audrey did. She found out that her time in Haven may be coming to an end rather rapidly as she could literally disappear from the face of the planet in 46 days.
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Haven Central: Emily Rose, Eric Balfour, Lucas Bryant and Adam Copeland Dish on a Dark Mystery Facing the Not-So-Sleepy Town

The supernatural thriller series Haven upped its game in its third season by revealing that its hero Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) had only 46 more days before she vanishes from existence. For as Audrey just recently found out, in each of Audrey’s prior lives — 27 years ago when she was known as Lucy and three decades before that when she was known as Sarah — Audrey’s former selves mysteriously vanished after a comet known as The Hunter crossed the horizon.

In her short six-month stay in the sleepy town of Haven, Maine, this was by far the most terrifying prospect Audrey had encountered. As if coming face-to-face with the woman whose identity she inadvertently taken on was not startling enough, now Audrey has found out that her days in Haven are numbered.

Adding another dire layer to the mystery is a creepy serial-killer stalking Audrey and all those she holds dear.
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Haven Review: Somebody Save Me

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It's only the fourth episode of the season, and we've had three new characters introduced. Fortunately, each has been a raving success. I would not have imagined that to be possible.

To start, I adore Claire. How can you not love a psychologist who learns regressive hypnotherapy on the Web despite Yale's insistence it's a bunch of hooey? Bree Williamson has made Claire completely irresistible and full of charm. Well done.

Last week Dorian Missick joined as Tommy Bowen. Given his shady circumstances and that he's in Haven for nefarious reasons, I shouldn't be a fan. But Tommy seemed so clueless to the overall scenario he'd gotten himself into that it's a lot of fun watching him. I totally bought into Vince and Dave wanting to write a story on him, but it was even better that Tommy was played a fool by them. It suited him perfectly and showed
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Kate Kelton Interview: Meet Haven's Mystery Woman!

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If you're a die hard Haven fan, you haven't missed the television promo floating around that's putting a fly in the ointment of Nathan and Audrey's relationship.

It turns out that "fly" is Jordan McKee, a member of The Guard, a group purported to be the protectors of Haven's troubled, bearer of the mysterious tattoos and around for generations. Jordan is played by Kate Kelton, who told me yesterday she's "petrified" to be joining a solid cast and thrusting herself into Nathan and Audrey's world.

I think the magic of Haven and its fans has been their ability to distinguish the difference between the characters on the show and their portrayers, and if this interview is any indication, she has nothing to fear...


Why are you petrified?

Oh, you know, inserting yourself into a seasons long running love affair is a little disconcerting, right? [Laughs] But, the Twitter fans
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Clip and New Characters from Tonight’s Excellent New Episode of Haven

This new season of Haven is absolutely terrific; familiar yet fresh, just the way we like our favorite shows. We would absolutely hang out with – heck, we would date, if we were available and they were willing – any of the main characters of this show. Charming, intelligent, witty, perceptive, loyal, supportive, and each one of them an absolute biscuit. Yes, even the Teagues. There is just something about this town…

And tonight we meet two more residents: psychiatrist Dr. Claire Callahan (Bree Williamson), and Jordan McKee (Kate Kelton) whom you’ve seen on the #EscapeToHaven videos. We have a screen shot of Dr. Callahan with Nathan and one of Jordan with Dwight, along with the press release and a clip from tonight’s new episode:

Bree Williamson (Gossip Girl) And Kate Kelton (Harold And Kumar) Join Cast Of Syfy’S Drama Series Haven Friday, September 28 At 10Pm

New York – September 25, 2012 – Bree Williamson (Gossip Girl,
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