Goodbyes are never easy.
After averting the last crisis, Rowena, Castiel, Belpegor and the Winchesters need to seal the rupture and stop the ghosts and demons for good. Everything seems to be going well but Rowena's spell fails. There are too many souls with too much hate and anger all trying to break free at once. Fortunately, Belphegor has a plan and it is not easy.
Even God can be afraid.
In Harlan, Kansas, the battle may be over but the war still rages on. They may have evacuated the town with the benzene cover up but after two days, the residents are becoming stir crazy and want answers. On the other side of the barrier, the ghosts have had just enough and start to plan their escape, lead by none other than Jack the Ripper.
The beginning of the end.
Surrounded, battling for their lives against impossible odds and refusing to back down – the Winchesters and Castiel are fighting against a graveyard full of corpses possessed by ghosts. For everyone they strike down, another simply takes its place.
Spirits were high as the panelists (Andy Kindler, Deanne Smith, Jessica Holmes, and Byron Bowers) took to
The annual SiriusXM Top Comic competition once again had its finals as part of JFL42 on Thursday night, with 10 comics competing for the top spot and a $2
Seán Cullen is one of those rare Canadian performers who has fans across any age group. People were excited to shake his hand and give him a hug as he sauntered to the stage at one of his recent JFL42 shows.
For followers of the comedian's long career, this was a decidedly deeper and more intimate evening.
Kate Berlant is an absolute joy to watch.
Conditions were perfect for the kind of mellow gold that only Ron Funches can deliver. The seats were comfy, my herbal tea quietly steeping in the cup holder, my hair being gently tussled by the air conditioning. I was ready for essentially what was a meditation session with jokes.
"How do I turn a five minute sketch into a feature length film?" is the age-old question that I'm sure keeps Lorne Michaels up at night.
I love it when a performer is a journey and not a destination. In our era, no performer fits that description more than Marc Maron.