One generic title has been exchanged for one cliche title as the Jennifer Carpenter spooker has gone from being known as The Occult to The Devil's Rapture. Maybe the studio should go to the well a third time?
We actually rubbed our eyes to make sure we were really seeing this happen. The Factory starring John Cusack and Jennifer Carpenter is finally getting a home video release. It sure has been a long road considering the flick went into production during 2007.
A lot of people, including some Dread Central staff members, have fawned over this season of "Dexter." Me personally? Not so much. In fact, I was happy to hear that next season would be the last. However, it seems as if Showtime may have other plans.
We're still not sure how Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) managed to hug a bloody corpse at the end of last night's finale of "Dexter" without getting a drop of the red stuff on her party dress, but maybe this final "Wrap-up" podcast of Season 7 will shed some light on things. If not, at least we get to hear once again from Sgt. Doakes!
"Dexter" Season 7 went out on a high note - definitely good enough to ensure we'll be back for the eight and final season when it returns in 2013. In the meantime, spend a few minutes with executive producer Scott Buck discussing what went down in the finale and what's coming up.
Season 7 of "Dexter" was a mixed bag with a few bright spots (like the great performances by Yvonne Strahovski and Ray Stevenson), but after next Sunday it'll just be a memory. As we gear up for the finale, "Surprise, Motherf**ker!", check out the episode's preview and a pair of clips.
We've been a fan of actor Timothy Olyphant for years now, from Scream 2 to Go to "Deadwood" to "Justified," and now we're looking forward to seeing what he brings to the horror-western-cannibal tale Bone Tomahawk.
After tonight's episode, it's looking like "Dexter" is back on track to end the season on a high note, and with just two episodes left, it couldn't have come at a better time! And the upcoming Episode 7.11 is pretty timely, too, with its title of "Do You See What I See?" Festive!
It's been an interesting (if not implausible) season for everyone's favorite psycho-killing serial killer, Dexter Morgan, and with the season finale on the horizon, Showtime is promising that things are coming to a boiling head.
Sadly, the best part of this season of "Dexter"--namely, guest star Ray Stevenson--has come to an end, but he showed up to record Showtime's podcast for Episode 7.09, "Helter Skelter," and we have it for your listening pleasure right here.
I don't get some people's love for this season of "Dexter"; to me it's turned eye-rollingly bad, but there are two bright spots: First, we only have three episodes left, and second, Jim Beaver guest stars in next week's Episode 7.10, "The Dark... Whatever."
The best thing we can say about this season of "Dexter" is that at least there are only four more episodes left! Right now we have a few clips from Episode 7.09, "Helter Skelter," to share along with the ep's preview.
"Dexter" Season 7 got off to a rousing start but has now hit the wall. Just like last year when it all went downhill after Mos Def's character was killed off, it has gone so far off the rails we're not sure anything can bring it back. In any event, here's a look at Episode 7.08, "Argentina."
Showtime has released the first six episodes of its "Dexter" Wrap-Up Podcast in video form, and if you're enjoying this season - and guest star Yvonne Strahovski, who appears in the newest one - you'll definitely want to give them a listen.
Reactions have been mixed to last night's rather over-the-top murder room scene on "Dexter," but we're holding out hope that the final half of the season lives up to the potential of the first couple of episodes. Here to whet our appetites for more are several photos from the upcoming Episode 7.07, "Chemistry."