It's sometimes hard to judge how Dread-worthy a new project is, but when we hear about one that involves serial killers, we figure you guys want to know about it! So here's the latest on "Those Who Kill", for which A&E has ordered up a pilot.
During this year's Comic-Con fans can partake in an immersive experience into A&E’s “Coma,” a modern day retelling of the Robin Cook novel and iconic film by Michael Crichton, where they can interact with nurses and doctors from the institute and check out set pieces from the mini-series.
NBC is getting into the Hannibal Lecter business, and now A&E is going to delve into the origins of cinema’s greatest Psycho, Norman Bates. “Lost” writer Carlton Cruse and “Friday Night Lights” writer-producer Kerry Ehrin will serve as the executive producers brave enough to reopen the “Bates Motel”.
Summer's just begun, but we're already looking forward to Labor Day weekend thanks to A&E. That's when the network is premiering Coma from executive producers Ridley and Tony Scott via a special two-night event. Read on for the teaser trailer and additional info.
This Tuesday, March 27th, Anchor Bay is releasing on DVD and Blu-ray one of the best genre-related documentaries in some time- Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel- written and directed by Alex Stapleton.
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Some more news coming in for A&E's crack at the legendary tale of everyone's most notorious mama's boy, "Bates Motel". Read on for the first details about who will be there managing the front desk!
Good news for fans who weren't able to catch Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel (review here) during its theatrical run: The flick is headed home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got everything you need to know right here.
Does anybody here remember Mick Garris' Psycho IV: The Beginning? It was a prequel of sorts to the original Psycho detailing just how Norman ... well ... became Norman. If you can't recall, don't worry! A&E is looking to remind you once again with a new prequel series.
Missed Stephen King's Bag of Bones (review here) when it was on TV? Big fan of seeing Pierce Brosnan weep incessantly for over an hour and then have zany conversations with his answering machine? Then have we got some great news for you!
Exclusive Video Interview: Alex Stapleton and Roger Corman on Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel
On December 16th Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel (review here), a documentary five years in the making, is finally debuting in selected theaters in Los Angeles and New York. Directed by Alex Stapleton, the film explores the influence legendary filmmaker Roger Corman has had on Hollywood and some of the biggest and brightest names working in the industry today over the last 60 years of his career.
That's right, kids! Curious about this weekend's premiere of Mick Garris' mini-series adaptation of the Stephen King tale, Bag of Bones? Well then you're in luck as we have a review for you right here!
Curious about the new documentary from Alex Stapleton, Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel? Well, your curiosity is about to pay off as we've gotten our hands on three clips from the film for you guys to check out.