HAVEN Gets Even Creepier in Tonight’s Real Life Haunted House Episode





Those of us who know and love the very excellent Haven know that the town is a wee bit creepy. Previously it’s been the townspeople who have been slightly (or more than slightly) scary, but tonight we learn that even the buildings can have issues – or at least one special building can. In fact, the building used for the location shoot has a history of its own.

Featurette: Haven – Haunted House is Haunted

http://youtu.be/DM9Hn40ibM0

It wasn’t an incident-free shoot, by the way. In a recent interview, Eric Balfour told us that at one point “the ground underneath that house literally sucked my leg out from underneath me, threw me on the ground and then took out Emily with it.” Emily Rose agreed, and said that “we were really happy to get out of that house. It was creepy.” How cool is that?

Yes, that was Jason Priestley (Beverly Hills 90210) in the featurette, but no, we won’t see a return of his character tonight; he directed the episode. There is a great guest star, though: Iain Glen, who plays the Khaleesi’s advisor in Game of Thrones, turns in a great performance.

Although the network is calling it a Halloween episode, it isn’t a standalone special; it’s definitely part of the season’s story line. But make the most of the extra creepiness by watching this one with the lights low; it’s a treat.

SYFY’S HAVEN SCARES UP SPECIAL HALLOWEEN EPISODE ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26 AT 10PM

IAIN GLEN (GAME OF THRONES) GUEST STARS

DIRECTED BY JASON PRIESTLY (BEVERLY HILLS 90210)

NEW YORK – Syfy’s popular series Haven joins the frightful holiday spirit with a ghoulish Halloween program on Friday, October 26 at 10PM (ET/PT), directed by Jason Priestley (Call Me Fitz, Beverly Hills 90210). In the episode, Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Duke (Eric Balfour) are trapped in Haven’s most infamous haunted house while investigating a mysterious murder. Secrets are revealed when their captor begins pitting them against each other.

Iain Glen (Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey) also guest stars as Roland Holloway, a troubled man bent on vengeance against one of Haven’s own.

Haven, based on the novella The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King, follows former FBI agent Audrey Parker, who becomes a cop in the small town of Haven, Maine, and soon discovers the town’s many secrets, which also hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her lost past.

From leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne), Haven is co-commissioned by Shaw Media in Canada and globally via Universal Networks International (UNI).

The creative team behind Haven includes executive producers John Morayniss (Rookie Blue, Hell on Wheels) from eOne Television and David MacLeod (Legends of the Fall, The Ray Bradbury Theater) of Big Motion Pictures, who are joined by Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Scott Shepherd (Stephen King’s The Dead Zone, Greek) of Piller/Segan/Shepherd and Matt McGuinness (Journeyman, Dark Blue) as well as Sam Ernst & Jim Dunn (Stephen King’s The Dead Zone), who also developed the series.

Haven is produced by Entertainment One and Big Motion Pictures in association with Piller/Segan/Shepherd and airs on Syfy in the U.S., Showcase in Canada and internationally on Universal Networks International’s channels. Entertainment One controls the worldwide distribution rights to the one-hour series and concluded a deal with Germany’s Tele München Group (TMG) for the television rights in Continental Europe.

Haven, starring Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, and Eric Balfour, airs Fridays at 10/9c on Syfy.





Erin Willard
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