While its yearly appearance at Comic-Con is looming, some promotional goods from "The Walking Dead" have made their way to the streets of San Diego. Just a teaser for things to come, it should no less get the lot of you excited for Season 5 this fall.
"Constantine" is almost upon us, and so it's unsurprising to see the NBC series taking up a presence at Comic-Con. Come on inside and check out star Matt Ryan decked out in all his John Constantine glory.
Neill Blomkamp had a tough go last summer with the debacle of Elysium, and I'm hoping he can rebound with his junior effort. Here's some teaser images to whet our proverbial whistles!
I know, guys. I'm sick of this, too. But I love Dan Aykroyd a ton and I'm really hoping this isn't more blather. The actor sat down with the "Today Show" where he suggested the film would, in fact, kick off this spring!
A ruthless and sophisticated new Wesen is heading to Portland when NBC's "Grimm" returns this fall for its fourth season. Have a look at Octo-Man, who puts a target on Trubel's back and by all accounts is quite the slimy fellow!
And the Comic-Con madness continues. Next up are several new images from Alexandre Aja's Horns (review), which is getting an October 31st release in both the US and the UK. Check 'em out!
"True Blood" is winding down, and "Karma" comes into play in this weekend's upcoming Episode 7.06, the synopsis of which promises shocking discoveries, unlikely alliances, and more! Here's a sneak peek.
Planning on picking up NECA's Super Freddy Doll at Comic-Con this week? Then you may as well have it signed by the actor who portrayed the pumped-up serial killing nightmare man, Michael Bailey Smith!
On the eve of the 4th edition of the Frontières International Co-Production Market, the 24 Frontières and Off-Frontières film projects of the market's line-up are readying to meet with the 350 registered participants expected to attend the market.
Later this week Anne Rice is heading to San Diego for Comic-Con, but first she gave her overseas fans a treat in the form of the UK artwork for Prince Lestat, arriving in late October. Check it out, and look for more from Ms. Rice soon as we're scheduled to speak with her during SDCC.
It's so rare that a movie comes along with a totally original premise, and when one does, we take big time note here on Dread. Such is the case with Deep Dark, which looks and sounds absolutely wild. Read all about it, and check out the creepy first teaser!
At last year's San Diego Comic-Con, NECA was perhaps the biggest and brightest star of the event, putting up for grabs an NES-inspired Jason Voorhees toy that sent horror fans in a tizzy. Since then, they've been steadily adding new figures to the video game line.
Some quick news is coming in for you Sinister fans! Focus Features will release Sinister 2, the sequel to the micro-budget horror hit, wide on August 21, 2015. Ciaran Foy will direct the follow-up, which Scott Derrickson, the director of the first Sinister, is writing with C. Robert Cargill.
Back in 2005 (Christ, where does the time go?) Final Destination writer Jeffrey Reddick created a little flick by the name of Tamara, which starred the now everywhere Jenna Dewan. In the vein of Carrie the flick featured a vengeful super-hot chick with a big axe. What's not to like?
#SDCC14: UCP Announces Deal with Warren Ellis/Gale Anne Hurd; Night Mary and Five Ghosts Heading to TV
As Comic-Con 2014 kicks off in San Diego, Universal Cable Productions (UCP) announces three new deals that will bolster UCP’s genre library and are sure to generate excitement among both comic book and horror enthusiasts. Read on for the details!