We're just about a month out from the debut of A&E's adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, and a trio of new promo posters have hit the Internet via SpoilerTV. Of course we have them all right here for your waiting eyes.
Now here's a nifty little treat to usher in the horrors of your weekend ... the first footage from the A&E adaptation of the Stephen King terror tale Bag of Bones! Whatcha waiting for? Start rattling!
Some more casting news is coming in for Mick Garris' latest Stephen King television adaptation, Bag of Bones for A&E. We can already hear the cougars growling about past crushes, etc. Read on!
Two young actresses have joined the cast of A&E's four-hour adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Bag of Bones" from director Mick Garris: Caitlin Carmichael, who has credits in both "True Blood" and "Dexter", is playing Kyra Devore while local Canadian thespian Fiona Forsythe has signed on for an as yet unnamed character.
It's time for another edition of FEARnet's "Post Mortem" web series hosted by Mick Garris, and we have a sneak peek at Garris' upcoming interview with Rob Zombie, in which the musician/filmmaker makes a pretty frank statement about his different experiences with critics and making films.
Another actress has been thrown into the macabre mix that will be A&E's four-hour adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Bag of Bones" from director Mick Garris. Read on for the details!
Some more casting news has broken for the upcoming A&E adaptation of the Stephen King tale "Bag of Bones". An actor has joined the cast that's sure to turn more than a few heads, both big and small.
Never count out Stephen King. He may not be seeing his Dark Tower on the big screen as soon as everyone had hoped, but thanks to A&E an adaptation of another of his books, Bag of Bones, has been greenlit for the small screen by A&E.
With Mick Garris' adaptation of the Stephen King novel Bag of Bones going before cameras very soon, the first bit of casting news has slinked its way online and we have it for you right here! Dig it!
Another adaptation of a Stephen King tale is gearing up to go in front of cameras with Mick Garris at the helm, and we've got the first few details ready to rock for you right here. Dig it! According to Sea and Be Scene, a mini-series based on Stephen King’s award-winning novel Bag of Bones will begin shooting in Nova Scotia July 6th, 2011, continuing through to August 31st, 2011.
Anyone who is familiar with the history of Dread Central going way back knows that we have a lot of experience dealing with the launch of a horror themed channel. Bottom line? It's friggin' rough. That's why we respect the accomplishments of FEARnet so very much. Strap in, folks! There's tons of good news coming!
Famous Monsters of Filmland has announced a change in date and venue for its first annual Imagi-Movies Film Festival. The three-day event will be held at the Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills, CA, located at 9036 Wilshire Blvd., from April 8-10, 2011, celebrating the legacy of Forrest J Ackerman, America's #1 sci-fi fan. From the Press Release:
It's a pretty sweet deal that Mick Garris has with FEARnet, being able to chat with some of the preeminent directors in the horror genre on his "Post Mortem" web series, and his next guest is no exception. How about a sneak peek at Garris' interview with the one and only William Friedkin?
Dread Central, in conjunction with the folks behind the fifth annual Sci-Fi Spectacular taking place Saturday, March 19th, at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, has three pairs of tickets to the event to give away to a trio of lucky winners!
Beginning next Monday FEARnet's "Post Mortem with Mick Garris" will feature an in-depth interview with the master of horror himself, John Carpenter, and to help whet your appetite, we have an exclusive sneak peek of Carpenter discussing his distrust for authority, why he’s cynical, and a mention of his family "situation".