A third clip from the Season 2 premiere of NBC's "Grimm" has landed online, and it's a nice gory look at the damage inflicted by the most menacing beast yet to appear on the show - a sabre-toothed fiend whom Nick faces off against in Episode 2.01, "Bad Teeth."
"Grimm" Season Two is set to premiere next Monday, August 13th (read our "Grimm" Season One Blu-ray/DVD review here), and in honor of the occasion NBC is rolling out some behind-the-scenes videos. First up is "Creating the Creatures."
Another clip from the August 13th premiere of "Grimm" Season 2 has arrived, and it focuses on one hell of an awkward reunion between Nick and his supposedly dead mother. Check it out along with the previously released clip, which picks up right where this new one leaves off.
NBC has released the full synopses of the first two episodes of Season 2 of "Grimm", which are entitled "Bad Teeth" and "The Kiss." Best of all? We now know that James Frain ("True Blood") will be appearing in both of them!
The first bit of casting news for Season 2 of NBC's "Grimm" is here, and it's pretty damned perfect if we do say so ourselves. Read on for all the latest concerning the Peacock's horror offering which happens to be a lot better than you'd expect!
After Dark Films recently announced its partnership with Silver Pictures and legendary producer Joel Silver to launch a brand-new cutting edge brand of five thrillers that feature performances by a new generation of badass action stars including Wes Chatham, Sean Faris, Michael Jai White, Scott Adkins, James Frain and Cung Le.
After Dark Films always has one of the most fun booths at the San Diego Comic-Con, and we have a peek inside this year's version for you to dig on. Their theme for 2011? Re-Kill and Rise of Nightmares!
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: SEGA Partnering with After Dark Films and Also Bringing a Pop-up Arcade to the Show
Now this is what we call a powerhouse team - SEGA and After Dark Films have formed a partnership for this year's San Diego Comic-Con highlighting Rise of Nightmares on Kinect for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system. Both companies also have some other cool things planned; read on for the details.
There's no question that one of the best villain performances of the year has to go to "True Blood"'s James Frain, who played the terrifying loony vamp Franklin Mott on the show. Well, it seems that even in human form the old dog still remembers his crazy tricks!
And more casting news for After Dark's latest thriller Transit has comes rolling on in. Stop us if you've heard this one. So Jesus Christ and a vampire walk into a bank ...
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring James Frain, Clemency Burton-Hill, Thomas Basden, Alyy Khan, Marija Karan Directed by Lorenzo Sena
And the True Blood casting news keeps on rolling in. Fans of The Tudors and 24 have a lot to be excited about as James Frain (aka Thomas Cromwell and Paul Raines, respectively) has just signed on as recurring character Franklin Mott.