San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 3 (July 23) Schedule Now Live; Coppola, Kirkman, Immortals, Vampires, Dinosaurs, Badass Knights, and More!
By the time Saturday rolls around during the San Diego Comic-Con, we've separated the men from the boys and know who's in it for the long haul. This year Saturday is chock-full of horror offerings throughout the entire day so if you'll be there, make sure to drink plenty of coffee, wear comfortable shoes, and be ready to hoof it from one end of the convention center to the other!
Hot on the heels of the news that Syfy would be bringing Canadian series "Lost Girl" to the San Diego Comic-Con, the network has announced the full panel schedule for its original series, including "Eureka", "Warehouse 13", "Alphas", "Sanctuary", and "Being Human".
With the UK version of "Being Human" already getting into its fourth season, we've got your chance to win the truly stellar Season Three on Blu-ray high definition! Pretty nifty, eh?
I have to admit I'm really enjoying the US version of "Being Human". Yeah, Josh is totally annoying, and Sally is nowhere near as endearing as Annie, her British counterpart. But both Aidan and Bishop kick all kinds of ass. Apparently Syfy agrees as they've just renewed the show for another year.
This Saturday night, February 19th, "Being Human" returns to BBC America with Episode 1 of season three, and if you just can't wait for its debut, here are the first five minutes during which Mitchell enters Purgatory to look for Annie but finds himself amidst the ruins of his own past sins...
As avid fans of the original "Being Human" from the UK, we're happy to see the show come back for its third season of ghostly, vampiric, snarling mayhem. If you're busy enjoying the Syfy Americanized version, believe us; you need to track down the source material. It's even better. From the Press Release
Though we're still not entirely sure why they just couldn't start running the original hit British TV series "Being Human", it seems that the folks over at Syfy are obviously on the right track with their remake.
Our British brethren got some good news this week as BBC Three finally unveiled the release date for "Being Human" Series 3: Sunday 23rd January 2011. To celebrate, we have some new character photos along with a video of Sinead Keenan (Nina) providing a tour of "Honolulu Heights" - the quartet's new digs.
We won't be seeing it here in the States until sometime in the spring, but UK fans of BBC Three's "Being Human" will be treated to the third season of the show shortly. And to help build the anticipation, we have a look at the Series 3 trailer along with a behind-the-scenes making-of video.
With the January 17, 2011, premiere date for Syfy's "Being Human" redux just a few weeks away, the network's promotions department has started sending out press kits for the show, and we've got a sneak peek at what they contain.
Syfy isn't the only network gearing up to attract horror/sci-fi viewers on Saturday nights as BBC America has demonstrated its commitment to the genre with the recent announcement of a refreshed primetime slate for "Supernatural Saturdays". In this slot the channel will roll out three all new co-productions, "Primeval", "Outcasts" and "Bedlam".
After months of speculation Syfy has finally unveiled cast photos, character descriptions, a full synopsis, and even a promo video for its redux of the British TV series "Being Human", and we have to say it's looking a lot more promising than we first thought ... mostly due to two little words: Mark Pellegrino, who plays the charismatic but menacing Bishop.
There's no question the BBC's "Being Human" is one of the best bits of horror TV you can find out there right now, and in honor of this week's DVD and Blu-ray release of Season Two, we have a look at one of the box set's behind-the-scenes features! From the Press Release
We have an interesting bunch of DVD titles this week as well as a special book appearance. On the DVD list we have foreign monsters (from UK & Japan) competing with each other as well as against remakes of big screen features. There is also a special on Norwegian black metal that some may find more interesting.
If you haven't been watching Season Two of "Being Human" on BBC America, you're really missing out. We're halfway through the eight-episode storyline already, but thanks to On Demand, you should be able to catch up. For those who have been watching, we've got video chats with Lenora Crichlow and Sinead Keenan to help get you geared up for the rest of the season.