Now this is the kind of news I just love reporting. Other than my overall adoration for all things horror, it's news like this that makes me happy to have the job I have, allowing me to share this kind of information with our community.
Reviewed by Sirand Staring Maggie Lawson, James Roday Directed by John Landis
Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring John Landis, Griffin Dunne, David Naughton, Rick Baker, Jeny Agutter Directed by Paul Davis
This week’s Fear Itself episode promises to be the best one yet, if for no other reason than because it’s helmed by An American Werewolf in London director John Landis! It’s called “In Sickness & In Health”, and Landis intro’d a clip of the show just for Dread Central readers! Check it out below, and catch Fear Itself every Thursday night at 10/9c on NBC!
We just got a heads up about a cast interview that’s online for the next episode of Fear Itself, which is John Landis’ “In Sickness and in Health”. The story follows a bride who, on her wedding day, gets the unfortunate news that her husband-to-be is a serial killer. I wish someone woulda warned me!
NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself kicks off in just a couple of days, and in all honesty I hope it does well for the sake of the horror genre. Without boobs and extreme violence to rely on, there's a good chance decent stories may actually be conjured up.
We’ve been salivating to find out when and where we’d finally be able to see Paul Davis’ exhaustive documentary Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London. A Blu-Ray release? Film festivals? Screener copy in my mailbox (yes please)?
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from Paul Davis, the man behind the American Werewolf in London retrospective Beware the Moon, but suddenly we got an e-mail from the man yesterday with some very good news...
Horror. That’s what it’s all about. So why the hell would the people behind the upcoming anthology series Fear Itself decide that the guy who remade The Fog deserves another shot at scaring us? In my opinion he should be relegated to romantic comedies and movies about kids dancing their way up from the slums for the rest of his career.
We'll make this short and simple: G4 got the exclusive trailer for NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself, which will start airing next month on June 5th. Click here for the episode guide, and look below for the trailer. G4 may have more exclusive goods on the way later today, so check back soon!
Creepy checked in from the Weekend of Horrors again sometime throughout the night while I was resting, and sent along the pic you see below; Anchor Bay’s packaging for Masters of Horror: Season 2! Though I appreciated the “crypt case” Season One came in, this does seem far more appropriate. How they’ll be fitting the discs in there is, thankfully, not for me to figure out ... No word on a solid street date for it, either. Keep it here for more news from the Weekend of Horrors soon!
Can you believe it’s been 25 years since John Landis created what is arguably the best music video ever made, Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”? I know, most of you weren’t even alive when it first showed up on MTV, but trust me; it was a big deal.
I have absolutely no idea why I even pay for cable since I never have time to watch it, but this writer may have to make an exception when NBC airs the reincarnation of Masters of Horror known as "Fear Itself" this summer ... or maybe not.
I gotta be honest; I lost a lot of interest in the NBC Fear Itself series when I learned Mick Garris was no longer involved. The concept was his to begin with, and even though the results in both seasons of Masters of Horror were questionable, there was still an indie feel to them that I had to respect.