Picture a former mental asylum that has been spruced up to hide all the atrocities that were committed there. A fresh coat of paint, some wallpaper here, new shrubbery there; and the place is as good as new. And then the owners turn it into an apartment block. Great thinking, but as we know, you can't hide the ghosts with a simple trip to Sherwin-Williams. This is "Bedlam."
During "The Walking Dead" panel at last month's San Diego Comic-Con, no one had any idea Frank Darabont was about to step down and be replaced as showrunner by Glen Mazzara. Want to experience the most buzzed-about event of this year's Con before all that went down? Then check out AMC's highlights reel, which we have for you here.
Back in June 2010 there were rumblings of a TV adaptation of Anne Rice's Mayfair Witches books possibly being on its way, but nothing came of them. Now, however, things are starting to look up for fans of the series that began in 1990 with The Witching Hour and continued with Lasher and Taltos.
Relax, fangbangers; HBO has closed a deal for "True Blood" Season 5 with showrunner Alan Ball, who says he and the show's writers are already breaking stories for next year.
There are few things we look forward to around the Dread Central offices as much as the now legendary Halloween episodes of "The Simpsons". With everyone's favorite spooky time of the year right around the corner, a quick peek of what's to come has slid online.
Horror continues to be television's hottest prospect, and there's even more of it on the way! Next series ready to get off the slab and stretch its legs? A return to "Tales From the Crypt". Oh. Hell. Yes.
Well that sure didn't take long. Hot on the heels of yesterday's news that Frank Darabont has stepped down as showrunner of AMC's "The Walking Dead", his replacement has already been named. Read on for the details.
Some more casting news has broken for the upcoming A&E adaptation of the Stephen King tale "Bag of Bones". An actor has joined the cast that's sure to turn more than a few heads, both big and small.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Exclusive Video: Dread Central Chats with MTV's Teen Wolf Cast and Creators
If you’ve been watching along with MTV’s breakout series “Teen Wolf” this season, then you know how important these last few episodes are to the inaugural run of the show (and if you haven’t, you’ve been missing out).
Just in case all that cool info from San Diego Comic-Con we provided on "The Walking Dead" wasn't enough, AMCTV.com has posted the latest installment in its "Dispatches from the Set" series. Today we have for you executive producer Gale Anne Hurd discussing the love triangle among Rick, Lori, and Shane; Daryl Dixon's unique appeals; and the possibility of playing a zombie in Season 2.
The 2011 San Diego Comic-Con is winding down, but news bites continue. Next up we have the End of Season First Look trailer for the final four Season One episodes of MTV's popular "Teen Wolf".
The pilot screening and panel for ABC's new midseason show "The River" just ended, and The Woman in Black reported in with the highlights and photos of the mini-posters they handed out. We'll be providing a full "first impressions" story on the episode (and better pictures of the posters) soon, but here are a few comments on the pilot:
A few nights back (and what feels like 700 stories ago), I posted my first impressions of two television shows being shown this summer on FEARnet - "Psychoville" and "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" (story here) -- and today we have some more cl
Here’s an interesting news item that joins the crush of Comic Con news. The Weinstein Co.’s Dimension Films is developing a TV show based on David Cronenberg’s 1981 cult classic Scanners and director Alexandre Aja will serve as executive producer.
Never count out Stephen King. He may not be seeing his Dark Tower on the big screen as soon as everyone had hoped, but thanks to A&E an adaptation of another of his books, Bag of Bones, has been greenlit for the small screen by A&E.