||Eric Kripke. If you don't know the name now, you soon will. Kripke, creator of The WB (soon to be The CW)'s moderately successful series Supernatural, is one of our genre's very best friends. He conceived of the show being a "mini horror movie" each week, primarily telling tales of American folklore and urban legends, some familiar and some brand-new, and has a knack for making them seem completely feasible and explainable...One thing that adds to Supernatural's pleasure meter is its "real world" sensibility. References to numerous horror movies like Willard, Ghostbusters, and Poltergeist, characters such as Mulder and Scully, and TV stars Patricia Arquette and Jennifer Love-Hewitt add a fun dash of flavor to the proceedings...When all is said and done, Supernatural is the best thing going nowadays when it comes to horror on TV.