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.
Fear Itself is debuting on NBC tomorrow with Breck Eisner’s “The Sacrifice”, so it’s time to find out who’s getting some posters from the show! Behold the names of the chosen ones; Fear Itself poster signed by series writers goes to… MICHAEL LADAVNI KATHY CONLEY Fear Itself posters will go to…
For those of you looking forward to the Fear Itself debut on Thursday, June 6th, which had damn well better be everyone out there, we got our hands on something very cool today: a clip from the first episode, “The Sacrifice”, with an intro by director Breck Eisner! Check it out below and be sure to hit the official Fear Itself site for more goodies!
NBC has finally opened an official site for Fear Itself, the upcoming anthology series that debuts on June 5th. And I have to say it’s about damn time! In addition, they’ve also announced the order in which the first few episodes will air, and sadly it won’t be starting off with Stuart Gordon’s “Eater” as we had been told before. Here’s what to look forward to;
All right, so we know Fear Itself kicks off on June 5th with Stuart Gordon’s “’Eater” (pictured), but after that the anthology’s schedule has been up in the air. No more!
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!
When an anticipated TV show gets its premiere pushed back, there's not much we can do but sit and wait. Unless, of course, the studio starts releasing things to get the hype in swing!
One of these days I know there's going to be an official graphic for NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself, but until then I'm kind of content with just the channel's logo. Anyway, those of you who have been waiting patiently for the successor to Masters of Horror will have to wait a little while longer for the first episode of Fear Itself to air.
NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself may actually get me to watch TV again. The stories all sound likable and the latest addition to the mix has me gung-ho on the whole idea.
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.
Only a few days have passed since our last big story on NBC's upcoming horror anthology Fear Itself ("Full Fear Itself Episode Lineup!" – March 2008), and the internet is abuzz about it again today. NBC will be premiering the show on May 29th at 10 P.M. Only two months to go!
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.
Word’s been flying all over the web today that Mick Garris is, officially, no longer involved with the NBC Masters of Horror re-creation, Fear Itself. Of course, Mick had to officially exit the project when the writer’s strike began, but we decided to drop him a line and confirm that he's still off now that the strike has ended, as well as verify the directors' names that were revealed yesterday.
With the writer’s strike officially over (what a relief that is, lemme tell ya), you can expect more and more massive updates like this on long-standing projects, in this case Fear Itself.