I guess I just don't get the whole True Blood phenomenon. I tried watching the first season after virtually everyone I know proclaimed it to be the greatest show ever, but what I saw was a turgid soap opera buoyed by a morose pace and largely unlikable characters. Clearly, though, I'm in the minority, as stories like this one prove.
Those of you looking forward to the Guillermo del Toro-produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark should feast your eyes on this limited edition poster that will be made available at the San Diego Comic-Con.
If there's one thing you simply have to applaud about the Saw franchise, it is the various marketing campaigns for each film. Simply put, the one-sheets have always - and we mean always - kicked ass and totally served to get fans in ... shall we say ... the spirit of things. So what will we see on the first-ever one-sheet for the seventh entry into Lionsgate's mega-franchise? The wait is over.
Alexandre Aja's Mirrors was hit or miss with fans, and we can only hope that Victor Garcia's follow-up will hit more of the marks that fans wanted it to. If only there was a trailer out there that could whet our whistles. Speaking of which ...
And what would Comic-Con be without a visit from the ever so devilish folks behind the After Dark Horrorfest and now After Dark Originals?!? We've got the scoop on what they've got cooking including how you can win yourself a nifty 32 Gig iPad!
Though it's arriving on DVD and a Blu-ray + DVD combo pack on October 5th, Ben Ketai's 30 Days of Night: Dark Days will be hitting Comic-Con pretty damned hard! Get ready to dig on all the details and a brand new exclusive image to celebrate!
There are quite a few prolific writers in the horror genre ... and then there's The Vampire Diaries scribe L.J. Smith, who recently finished the third chapter of her The Vampire Diaries: The Return trilogy, entitled Midnight, and has also agreed to pen a new trilogy, for which she's already finished the first book, Phantom.
Another interview has come in for Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, this time with executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, who describes "The Walking Dead" TV show's blockbuster potential, its commonalities with Piranha, and what makes zombies only the second-most dangerous characters in the series. In addition, we have some updated info on "The Walking Dead" at San Diego Comic-Con.
The Hatchet II panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, entitled Old School American Horror, has just expanded by two. Parry Shen and AJ Bowen will be joining the previously announced Adam Green, Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Tom Holland, and R.A. Mihailoff.
Cult favorite Repo! The Genetic Opera returns to the San Diego Comic-Con with a late night showing on Saturday, July 24th, along with a new never-before-seen lesson from "The Tutor", Terrance Zdunich (GraveRobber from Repo!)'s online serial killer art course.
Shocker Toys is coming to this year's San Diego Comic-Con fully loaded with six summer exclusive figures, live celebrity interviews (including genre favorite Kane Hodder), artist signings, and toys in all shapes and sizes. Check them out in Booth #3849 and read on for all the details.
Executive producers Joke Fincioen and Biagio Messina and four members of the cast of the horror-themed reality series “Scream Queens 2” will be making an appearance at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con courtesy of VH1 and Lionsgate.
We've been waiting to see what goodies Anchor Bay Entertainment would be bringing to this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and today we got the lowdown. Just head to Booth #3345 for all the action, and read on for an idea of what to expect.
The viral games continue in celebration of Matt Reeve's upcoming film Let Me in! If you can crack the code over at the film's official website, you can score yourself an invite to a very special San Diego Comic-Con party for the vampiric adaptation arriving in theaters on October 1st.
In the world of collectibles, there aren't a lot of older licenses left to translate into plastic, plush and resin, and among those that are, few would make for a kickass action figure. Sure WE would love a line of Star Wars-scaled Blade Runner action figures complete with flying cars and rooftop battle playset, but would the retailers stock their stores with that on a gamble?