If shows like "The Walking Dead" and "Supernatural" have proved anything at all lately, it's that televised horror is alive, well, and as rock solid as ever. The next big comic-to-screen adaptation, Fox's upcoming presentation of Joe Hill's "Locke & Key", is shaping up nicely and has just scored another one of its main characters. Read on for the details.
One series we're mega looking forward to is Fox's small screen adaptation of Joe Hill's (the son of Stephen King) Locke & Key. With Mark Romanek on board to direct the pilot episode, it's easy to expect good things. Speaking of which ...
If AMC's "The Walking Dead" has taught us anything at all, it's that yes, even TV horror can kick a copious amount of ass with the right people behind it. Enter Mark Romanek.
It was announced a few weeks back that an adaptation of Joe Hill's Locke and Key had been given a series commitment from Fox, and today the announcement has come that the first episode is officially on its way!
Ever since it was announced that Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci's TV adaptation of the graphic novel Locke and Key is on the way, the question immediately beckoned - Where will we be seeing this slice of supernatural insanity? Well, folks, the answer has finally come!
If you haven't been reading Joe Hill's (the son of Stephen King) wildly entertaining comic Locke & Key then you are missing out on one hell of a trippy and engaging experience. One so cool it has even caught the eye of Steven Spielberg and company.
To say that we are fans of James Farr's flash / comic sensation Xombie around the Dread Central offices is a bit of an understatement. Simply put, it was friggin' brilliant, and if you dug it as much as we did, then you, too, are probably jazzed about the upcoming adaptation. Speaking of which ...