San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Random Awesomeness! Evil Dead 2! Freddy! Dexter! Living Dead Dolls! Saw! Child's Play!
Day One of the San Diego Comic-Con is just about over, and before we let you go, we have some more random imagery of things you're going to love! Sit back and get out a tissue to wipe away the drool!
For some reason we can't think of anything that goes better with a "Dexter" promo video than a church choir, and apparently the powers-that-be agree with us! Has Dexter finally seen the light? Watch the video and tell us what you think.
As Dread Central's resident awards show junkie, I'm happy to report that while horror didn't make a super strong showing in this year's Emmy Awards nominations, it did make a respectable one. Read on for the full list of genre nominees, including a few that, while not pure horror, are definitely DC fan favorites.
Yes, it was a lackluster season in comparison to just about everything that came before it, but in any event "Dexter" Season 5 is on its way home, and we have all of the details for you right here.
Some more interesting details regarding the upcoming sixth season of the hit Showtime series "Dexter" have come to light, and we have every spoilery sentence of it right here for you.
The schedules for the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con Preview Night and Day 1 (July 20 and July 21) are now live, and we have the horror highlights for you here (along with a few panels of general interest). As always, though, be sure to check the official SDCC site for updates, and we also recommend downloading the SDCC app if you have a smart phone.
Season 6 of the Showtime hit series "Dexter" is filming as we speak, and slowly but surely peeks of the series' new cast additions have been surfacing, this latest one courtesy of this week's Entertainment Weekly.
The first official image from the upcoming season of Showtime's hit serial killer series "Dexter" is here showing the man himself getting down to business by ... well, you'll see. The following comes courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, and we warn you there are a couple of spoilers ahead so you may just want to skip it! Still here? Good!
Are things looking up for America's favorite serial killer? Difficult to say considering how slapdash the fifth season of "Dexter" felt, but new showrunner Scott Buck recently talked a bit about what fans could expect when the show returns this fall.
With TV set to dominate this year's San Diego Comic-Con, more panel and screening info has come in with regard to some of our favorite shows, including one that is being admitted into the hallowed confines of Hall H! Read on for the details of who'll be there from Warner Bros. TV and Showtime's "Dexter" along with how you can get a sneak peek at Fox's failed pilot for "Locke & Key".
Some more casting news coming in for the next season of the hit Showtime series about a serial killer with (kind of) a heart, "Dexter". Who's next to be a fly in Dex's ointment?
It's hard to believe we're already up to Season Six of the hit Showtime series "Dexter", but alas, it's been a long and winding road. Though last season seemed unfortunately longer than most.
She may be known to most people as Alma Garret on HBO's popular series "Deadwood", but this writer became a fan of Molly Parker after her stint on the short-lived 70's-based "Swingtown" so we couldn't be more pleased to pass on the news that she's just signed on to a recurring role in the upcoming Season Six of "Dexter". Read on for the details, scarce though they may be.
What with people like Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, Mos Def, and Billy Brown all signing on for "Dexter" Season Six, we were beginning to wonder if Dex was going to have any women at all in his life this year. The answer has come today, and it is a resounding "yes!" as we've learned that actress Brea Grant will be joining the guys in a recurring role.
The fifth season of Showtime's successful serial killer series "Dexter" wasn't exactly a banner year: The show recycled several familiar storylines, featured some bland performances from its guest stars (although Peter Weller was brilliant) and concluded in the most unambitious, frustrating way imaginable. So, hey, who's excited to own it on Blu-ray/DVD?