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San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Brother and Sister to Collide in Next Season of Dexter

Many twists and turns are coming in this next season of "Dexter". The storyline is more involved than it's ever been before, and not even the cast is aware of where the character arcs are headed. Good thing you have us around to clue you in to some early details of what to expect this fall.

New Stills from Crime Thriller The Factory

Its release date is still up in the air, but some new stills from The Factory starring John Cusack and Jennifer Carpenter have shown up online, and we have them for you here.

A Few More Clues About Dexter Season 5

As we already knew from the "Dexter" panel at Paleyfest 2010, Season 5 will pick up right where Season 4 ended, but now a few more details have come to light, including who'll be assisting our favorite serial killer with child care. Proceed with caution, however, as there are some spoilers if you're not caught up with the show.

Dexter Season Four Finale Sets a Record for Showtime

If you missed last night's finale to what arguably was the best season yet of Showtime's excellent series Dexter, then you better do your best to avoid spoilers until you can catch up. After all, considering 2.6 million people watched it, odds are pretty good someone you know was among them.

See Dexter's Premiere Early in LA and NYC

This Sunday, September 27th, marks the beginning of Season Four of the smash Showtime hit "Dexter", and if you happen to live on one coast or the other, you're in luck. You and your friends can catch the premiere before the premiere while sipping Dexter-themed cocktails!

Five Clips from Dexter Season Four

On September 27th, everyone's favorite serial killer will be back on Showtime doing what he does best ... hunting down murdering bastards who have somehow slipped through the cracks of law enforcement, and to help fill the time between now and then, we have five clips from the first two episodes of Season Four.

SDCC 09: Dexter Season 4 and Gallery Updates

In the course of updating our San Diego Comic-Con 09 photo gallery, which already includes hundreds of pictures (with more to come) of horror collectibles, costumed attendees, and celebrities both on panels or just walking the convention floor, we realized the newsy bits gathered during the presentation for Showtime's "Dexter" went out via Twitter but never made it to the site. Allow us to correct that oversight immediately.

Quarantine (Blu-ray / DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Jennifer Carpenter, Johnathon Schaech, Jay Hernandez, Steve Harris, Columbus Short, Rade Serbedzija Directed by John Dowdle Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Quarantine (2008)

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Quarantine (2008)

Reviewed by Nomad Starring Jennifer Carpenter, Johnathon Schaech, Jay Hernandez, Steve Harris, Columbus Short, Rade Serbedzija Directed by John Erick Dowdle YEAAA! Shakey Cam, Motherfuckers!!

Quarantine Site Now Open

Just got a heads up from the folks at Sony Pictures that the official site for John Dowdle’s (interview) Quarantine has officially opened! Click here or on the poster below to start exploring the home for this remake of Spanish horror hit REC!

Red Band Quarantine Trailer!

We've been wondering just how bloody John Dowdle's Quarantine would be. Thanks to a new red band trailer, we have a better idea.

Quarantine: The Game?!

John Dowdle's Quarantine just won some of us over. No, it's not a picture of Jennifer Carpenter in the buff but something much better!

New High Quality Quarantine Trailer

AITH picked up the newest trailer for Quarantine and it raised some new questions. We know that everything is shot from a news cameraman's equipment, but the entire film looks pretty steady and in HD. Maybe all the complaints via Cloverfield-sickness made director John Dowdle opt for a less shaky film?

New Quarantine & Drag Me to Hell Dates

2008 feels like the year of the release date switch. Midnight Meat Train was one of those victims, but we're pretty confident the following two titles won't end up the balls of some insane studio juggler.