There are a million things to do at Comic-Con, but if you're a fan of Alien and a gamer, all roads led to Sega's impressive Alien: Isolation booth. It's home to one giant sized Xenomorph egg & opens up to let attendees slide in and spend time with the game in the coolest setting possible.
Lucky for us (and you!) just as we were starting to recap yesterday's SDCC "Grimm" panel, NBC put the whole thing up online, including the Monroe/Rosalee wedding tribute video that premiered at the show and word that in Season 4 we'll see a chupacabra Wesen!
While a freak thunderstorm blew through San Diego (Chuck? God? Was that you?), "Supernatural" fans were treated to another rousing SDCC panel thanks to stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, and Mark Sheppard and showrunner Jeremy Carver.
You’re running... running down a debris-laden alleyway. You reach your car while in a world of panic and pull at the handle, only to see yourself in the driver’s seat, staring back at you in cold deadpan. And oh yeah, a guy with smoke for a head.
Horror truly has a home at Comic-Con, especially the zombie-filled killing machine that is The Walking Dead. Just a short day after the teaser trailer for Season 5 of the TV show was unleashed on the unholy horde of cosplayers at San Diego Comic-Con...
We told you during our continuing coverage of the San Diego Comic-Con that Ivan and Sam Raimi are working on developing an "Evil Dead" TV series and that franchise star Bruce Campbell would be involved somehow.
With practically no dialogue, the teaser trailer for Skybound Entertainment's AIR debuted at SDCC this weekend, and we have it for you right here along with a few highlights from the panel.
The fate of Damon and Bonnie was up in the air following the Season 5 finale of "The Vampire Diaries," and the show's SDCC panel on Saturday did little to shed any light on what's in store for them in Season 6. They didn't even bring a trailer...
This is a momentous occasion, Dreadies! The start of a new tradition! Each year Dread Central heads to Comic-Con to make our way though a veritable sea of humanity to bring you the best and most up-to-date horror news possible.
Comic-Con broke with tradition this year, holding a special Saturday night screening with Warner Bros. TV that included the first episode of "Constantine." As part of the event, a new trailer premiered, and we have it here along with a peek at SDCC favorite Bear McCreary scoring the pilot.
Overall "American Horror Story: Coven" was a bit lacking, but with word coming out of the show's SDCC panel that its successor, "Freak Show," will be home to a new villain who rivals Season 1's Rubber Man, "Asylum's" Bloody Face, and "Coven's" Minotaur, color us curious.
As has become a tradition, this year's SDCC presentation for "True Blood" included a look at "the weeks ahead" on the show - its FINAL five weeks to be exact - and you can check out the video here along with a few highlights from the panel.
#SDCC14 Exclusive: Anne Rice Talks Prince Lestat, Future Vampire Chronicles, Updates on Her Werewolves, Witches, and More!
With vampires and witches descending on SDCC today, we squeezed in a few moments with someone who knows a thing or two (or 20) about both types of creatures: author Anne Rice, in town to promote Prince Lestat.
Here's the thing... you put Kristina Klebe in a movie entitled Nymph, you immediately have our attention. Having killer mermaids in it? Well, that's just a bonus! Read on for all the fishy details.
If you can avert your eyes from staring at the copious amounts of camel toe and moose knuckle long enough you never know what you'll see hanging around the San Diego Comic-Con. Case in point: These blink and you missed 'em Jurassic World vehicles.