This week's clip from "Grimm" is introduced by Russell Hornsby and features yet another new creature, The Drang-Zorn, which Nick and Hank come across hidden in the books in Aunt Marie's trailer. Check it out, along with a new image gallery, and be sure to tune in this Friday night.
We can't say enough good things about this season of "Grimm" as the show has taken all of the best elements of last season and ramped them up 1000%. Here's a preview of what to expect from this week's Episode 2.07, "The Bottle Imp."
A couple of clips from the upcoming Episode 2.06 of "Grimm," entitled "Over My Dead Body," popped up online today, and of course we have them both right here so you don't have to forage around for them.
As promised at the end of September, AMC released today a new series of webisodes for "The Walking Dead," entitled "Cold Storage," and we have all four installments right here.
Grimm: Image Gallery for Episode 2.06 - Over My Dead Body; Synopsis for Episode 2.07 - The Bottle Imp
"Grimm" returns this Friday, September 28th, with Ep. 2.05, "The Good Shepherd," but we're already looking ahead to the next two weeks with an image gallery for Ep. 2.06, "Over My Dead Body", and the official synopsis for Ep. 2.07, "The Bottle Imp".
And another high-profile guest star is lined up for Season 2 of NBC's "Grimm" as Josh Stewart, who is currently being seen worldwide on the big screen as Bane’s second in command in The Dark Knight Rises, heads to the small screen.
“As of Friday, February 25th, principal photography wrapped on The Collection,” co-writer (with director Marcus Dunstan) Patrick Melton told Dread exclusively today of their sequel to Liddell Entertainment’s 2009 horror flick The Collector.
With director Marcus Dunstan’s The Collection currently shooting in Georgia, we caught up this morning with Patrick Melton, the man who along with Dunstan co-scripted the upcoming sequel to their 2009 flick The Collector as well as several other notable horror films (the Feast franchise and Saw IV-VII as well as the currently in pre-production Piranha 3DD).
Well then. Director Chad Feehan is having a really good day. One of his flicks has been picked up for US distro, and he already has another waiting in the wings. Not too shabby!
One film that debuted this weekend at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas that's garnering a healthy dose of positive buzz is Chad Feehan's Shining inspired film Wake. So what did you miss if you didn't make it to Austin? We've got a taste for you right now in the fashion of the film's trailer.