We told you back in July that NBC was developing a "Rosemary's Baby" miniseries, and now the network has greenlit it with production set to begin next month. Read on for the details.
With horror on TV being several networks' hot ticket, it comes as a bit of a surprise that A&E has passed on the new series written by James Wong ("The X-Files," "Millennium," "American Horror Story") entitled "Occult." Read on for details.
The pilot for A&E's "Occult" has just expanded by two as both Daniel Henney and Brennan Brown have signed on to co-star in the project, which already boasts a pretty impressive cast with Josh Lucas, Lynn Collins, and Agnes Bruckner.
While pilot season is over for most TV networks, A&E still has one cooking - "Occult," produced by Michael Bay and written by veteran genre writer James Wong - and a very familiar face has just joined it. Read on for the details.
With "Bates Motel" set to premiere in just a week, A&E looks to be adding another high profile genre project to its slate with James Wong's "Occult" pilot, which just landed its two lead actors. Read on for the details.
After this week's episode of "American Horror Story: Asylum," we may never look at Christmas the same again! Time to go "Inside The Asylum" once more for a closer look at Episode 8, "Unholy Night."
Ready to ring in the holidays with tomorrow night's Episode 8 of "American Horror Story: Asylum," entitled "Unholy Night," featuring Ian McShane as a crazy Santa? We sure are, especially after seeing these promo photos for the ep. Check 'em out!
American Horror Story: Asylum - Synopsis/Preview of Episode 8 - Unholy Night and Synopsis of Episode 9 - The Coat Hanger
"American Horror Story: Asylum" has now passed the halfway point with just six episodes remaining. Here's info on the upcoming "Unholy Night" and "The Coat Hanger."
A&E is starting to look like horror's new best friend. With its "Bates Hotel" series on the way and a pilot coming for "Those Who Kill", another genre project has just been greenlit with some pretty impressive talent behind it. Read on for the details!
You know ... we really need to stop building things that are smarter than we are. No good can possibly come from creating artificial intelligence that makes 90% of the people around you look silly. And besides, haven't we proved already that mankind is the scourge of planet Earth? It would be wise to 86 us!
If there's one person on the planet who knows how to deal with people in really creative and violent ways, it's James Wong, who directed Final Destination and Final Destination 3 and has just been tapped to direct a remake of Yasuo Inoue’s Rinjin 13-go titled The Neighbor Number 13 for us Westerners under the Distant Horizon banner.
Last week I had the chance to participate in a round-table discussion with easily the coolest producer in the business: Craig Perry. Most producers
James Wong and his producing/writing/directing partner Glen Morgan have been dabbling in our genre off and on for years now, most recently with their bigger-budgeted remake Willard starring Crispin G