The midseason break left us clamoring for the return of Supernatural to find out what the rest of Season 10 has in store for us. “The Hunter Games” brings us back to the stories we visited in “What we Left Behind,” which are: What the hell is the Mark of Cain doing to Dean? What is Cas going to do about Claire? What does Rowena want, and what will Crowley do about it? We don’t get all the answers, but we do get to dig in to a very satisfying episode of Supernatural.
Were you in San Francisco for the “Salute to Supernatural” convention last weekend? We were! Connect with us in the comments and tell us what you thought (spoiler alert: we loved it!).
Conventions showcasing TV shows, comic books, movies, anime, literature, games, and other media are becoming increasingly popular. There are all kinds of conventions out there, some of which may end up on your bucket list. Conventions provide fans with insider knowledge, behind-the-scenes access to creative talent, and connections with other fans. Conventions such as San Diego’s Comic-Con have become fairly mainstream since Comic-Con started out as a comic book convention in 1970 and Star Trek fans organized their own first convention in 1972. Creation Entertainment, which organizes conventions for Supernatural as well as Star Trek, Stargate, Xena: Warrior Princess, The Vampire Diaries, Teen Wolf, and others, was founded in 1971. Creation held its first “Salute to Supernatural” in Chicago in 2007.
Kitsune is the first short film in a new series, Collisions Project, by Benedict Sanderson. A collision is described as “an event in which two or more bodies exert forces on each other for a relatively short time.” The first of these microshorts, Kitsune, stars Sagar Radia and a very compelling fox who has a brief, but meaningful, interaction with the young man. Kitsune are similar to wild foxes, except for their supernatural powers. Keep an eye for more microshorts from the Collisions Project at vimeo. Kitsune shows how just how significant just a few moments can be in a person’s life.
Kitsune are mischievious fox spirits. The term kitsune means “fox” in Japanese, but when used in English it refers to the mystical foxes of Japanese folklore. Kitsune are a type of yōkai, a creature with supernatural abilities. They are similar to the wild foxes found throughout the world, but for their magical powers. Continue reading
Do you love the supernatural, but have a short attention span? We can relate. There are lots of fantastic short films and videos with a supernatural theme available on the internet. Some are seriously spooky, while others are hilariously fun to watch. Some of our favorite short films about the occult available right now include: Werewolves, Bundle of Nerves, Francis, Dji Death Fails, and The Vashata Nerada: A Shadowplay. Who can’t take five minutes out of their day for a little paranormal activity?