Exclusive: Christa Faust Discusses Fringe - The Zodiac Paradox, What Fans Can Expect Next and Much More
Titan Books just released Fringe - The Zodiac Paradox, which is a prequel novel to the "Fringe" television show focusing on the characters William Bell and Walter Bishop as they face off against the Zodiac Killer.
Fans of "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural" who are attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con have another collectible to be on the lookout for: special editions of TV Guide Magazine with "flip" covers featuring the shows' primary cast members.
Comic-Con Sundays are typically light on horror, and this year is no exception although once again our favorite panel, "Supernatural", is heading to Hall H. Here are the genre highlights as well as info on the 36th annual Robert A. Heinlein Blood Drive.
The Hunger Games and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 are going head-to-head for Teen Choice 2012 Awards, as are their respective stars, but the real battle is taking place in the TV Fantasy/Sci-Fi category, where "The Vampire Diaries" leads the pack with six nominations.
What's this? A publication actually calling a TV series "horror"? Bless you, TV Guide! Miracles do happen! Read on to learn who won the magazine's Fan Favorites Awards this year, which actually include a couple of genre-tinged winners.
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.
After a very quiet post-Labor Day weekend for new movies, where Resident Evil: Afterlife (review) was the only major film released widely (and owned the box office), this week's new horror DVD titles aren't aplenty either.
Aside from the better than it should have been "Harper's Island" (review), the pick of this week's DVD crop seems to be a couple of Blu-ray re-releases: Creepshow and Freddy vs. Jason.
After a slow start the J.J. Abrams produced series "Fringe" has picked up steam and a hell of a fanbase. Me? I'm still waiting for the cow to get his own spin-off series. But until that happens, we can honestly say the outlook for Season Two is looking pleasantly dark thanks to some genre-fueled guest star power.
Fans of "Fringe" rejoice! The show is coming home from Warner Bros on September 8th with all sorts of bells and whistles to make your home video player purr!
Our man Nomad and crew have been providing pictures and scoops from Comic-Con fast as lightning, but I thought you might also like to hear about some of the goings-on at this year’s event. Last night was what they call “Preview Night,” and if it’s any indication of what the next few days are going to be like, I suggest everyone who’s attending wear comfortable shoes and get ready for a lot of standing in line.
Now this is what I’m talking about! I knew JJ Abrams new show, "Fringe", would be something cool, but I didn’t hope it’d be as cool as this trailer makes it look. Arrow in the Head got their diseased hands on it today and we’re sharing it with you (we’ll wear gloves, though). Check it out below!
More details have finally come forth for the new show created by JJ Abrams ("Lost", "Alias"), "Fringe". For the longest time all we've known about it is that it deals with a detective forced to team up with a genius who's been institutionalized for the last two decades.
In an interesting move both for network television and viewers in general, Fox announced today that they will be trying a new experiment with two of next season’s more promising shows; the JJ Abrams-creatred “Fringe” and Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse”. Namely, less commercials!