“Is this the end of zombie Shakespeare?” It would appear not, as John Murlowski’s comedy Zombie Hamlet makes its way onto DVD on December 31st. Written by John McKinney and with original music by Jackson Rathbone, whom you might remember from Twilight or, if you’re too ashamed to admit you knew that, the indie horror flick Dread.
If you're a horror fan anywhere near Worcester, MA, don't walk, RUN to one of the most beloved horror conventions on the East Coast. Of course we're talking about Rock and Shock!
Jason Mewes has been on the scene for a long time. It's hard to believe it was nearly 20 years ago that we first got a look at Jay and Silent Bob in the classic comedy Clerks. Dread Central recently had the chance to talk with this veteran actor about his new horror/comedy Silent But Deadly.
Those planning to attend the 10th anniversary Rock and Shock convention this October 18-20 in Worcester, MA, are in for a thrill.
Jason Mewes is in the midst of enjoying a pretty healthy acting career since tucking his junk and hanging out on the corner with Kevin Smith. The outspoken funnyman has a new flick on its way, and it is Silent But Deadly.
Chill.com is one of the more unique video distribution companies out there right now, and they've got a great plan for a new series entitled "Vigilante Diaries". The project stars the unmistakable Jason Mewes and features an all-new type of pay-per-view.
It's been about a year since the Season 2 finale of "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" aired on FEARnet, but finally the complete second season is arriving on DVD. Equal parts camp and gore, the show is a must-see for fans of horror, comedy, horror-comedy, and everything in between!
Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes have spent a very long time discussing who could beat whom in the world of superheroes. Could Batman kick Superman's ass? Or would everyone's favorite mega-zombie Solomon Grundy feast on both of them? Now they, and you, can find out with Injustice: Gods Among Us!
Season 2 of "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" comes to an end tonight, June 5th, on FEARnet, and we have a clip and an exclusive still from the episode, entitled "Black Tie Showdown", to share.
FEARnet's Twisted Comedy Block continues its Tuesday night mayhem with another new episode of "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil", entitled "Fisting Fantasy", and we have the preview and a sneak peek clip from the ep to share.
"Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" has quite a few fans around the DC office, and if you count yourself as one as well, here's an exclusive clip from next week's Episode 2.02, "The Student Body", which airs on Tuesday, March 20th, at 10:00 PM.
Tonight at 10:00 pm "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" returns to FEARnet with all new episodes, and we've got a look at Ep. 2.01, "Re-DIE-rment Home", along with key art highlighting Todd (Alex House) as he shows off his weapon of choice to some satanic seniors.
We're inching closer and closer to the start of the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival running March 9-17, 2012 in Austin, Texas, and today they announced a few more films and the complete panels lineup.
FEARnet has announced that it will air the second season of “Todd & the Book of Pure Evil” starting in March, 2012. "Todd" will continue to be part of FEARnet’s “Twisted Comedy” Block on Tuesday nights, only now it will be paired with the network's first original production, “Holliston.”