The Dexter panel at Paleyfest 2010 ended just a short while ago, and while not a lot was revealed about what the writers have in store for us during Season Five, Andrew did report back with a few choice tidbits, including the much debated time frame in which the new episodes will be set.
Nope, you don't have to go all the way to Tijuana -- Just pre-order your copy of the upcoming Dark Horse comic Hellboy in Mexico (Or, a Drunken Blur) written by Mike Mignola with art by Richard Corben and coloring by Dave Stewart.
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island was a big hit at the box office and with most of us around the Dread Central offices. But no film's run is complete without Trembles weighing on it, and today we received his take.
Blade franchise star Wesley Snipes is talking more and more about the possible fourth entry into the series while promoting his latest film, Brooklyn's Finest. This time we get to hear about what Snipes would want for the sequel if it does happen.
A new poster for Gabriel Bologna's The Black Waters of Echo's Pond just hit the film's official Facebook page, and we gotta say we dig it! At the very least there are no pensive floating heads littering up the demonic goodness, though technically a head is still "floating"!
The trailer for Leigh Dovey's indie thriller The Fallow Field starring Michael Dacre, Natalie Overs, and Steve Garry just popped online, and we have it for you right here void of any memory.
The new film by Tak (Be a Man! Samurai School) Sakaguchi, Noboru (Robo-Geisha) Iguchi, and Yoshihiro (Tokyo Gore Police) Nishimura, Sento Shojo (Japanese title) or Mutant Girls Squad, is in post production; and we've got a behind-the-scenes look at the editing process.
H.P. Lovecraft had one of the single most insane imaginations that has ever been instilled in a mortal man, and as a result his writings have remained as horrific, visceral, and relevant as when he first put pen to paper. We like to think even he himself would approve of this latest collectible that's hitting the market. Are you guys ready to come face to claw with Dagon?
The new thriller from director Chris Shadley, Nine Dead, hits stores next week courtesy of Image Entertainment, and though this news is a little late in the game, we're still very happy to bring it to you.
Revenge is a dish best served bloody and violent. And that's exactly the way you are gonna get it when EA and Klei Entertainment shove their Shank into you and your video game loving mind!
Comedy Central wants to make sure viewers are psyched to see its new animated horror/comedy series "Ugly Americans" and has provided three more videos to help whet your appetites for the show's debut on March 17th.
There's something so fulfilling about that headline we're not sure how to put our fingers on it. I guess it's that the word DeathSpank conjures a myriad of things in one's imagination. But will it make a good game? We're thinking yes!
The Pang brothers are at it again! Having brought us three Eye movies already, including the abysmal Eye 10 in which the spirits were fended off with farts (we kid you not), they're now gearing up for one more. Brace yourself for The Child's Eye in 3D!
A few months ago we told you about King Kong coming back to Universal Hollywood (the original ride burned down in a fire) as a 4D attraction. Now that the first promotional trailer for the ride has gone live, our curiosity and our interest have hit a fever pitch.
As The Twilight Saga: Eclipse fans anxiously await their first viewing of the film's trailer before Robert Pattinson's new flick Remember Me next Friday, March 12th, there are some things going on behind the scenes that might give them pause: A new editor is being brought on board, and a song by Muse, a band that has provided material for both previous installments in the series, has been dropped from the soundtrack.