If you're in New England and have never seen Jeffrey Combs perform Nevermore: An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe, then clear your calendar for Halloween night because he'll be doing just that at the Somerville Theatre right outside of Boston.
We first told you about Stuart Gordon and Jeffrey Combs' plans to bring their phenomenal Edgar Allan Poe stage play Nevermore to the big screen a while back, but now the two titans are hoping to see their project become a reality through a Kickstarter campaign.
Great news for all of you at there who haven't yet had the opportunity to witness the sheer genius of Jeffrey Combs and his portrayal of Edgar Allan Poe in the Stuart Gordon stage play Nevermore. Apparently there's a feature film version in the works!
Lance Henriksen is one of those actors we wish could go on making movies forever, and thankfully the genre-friendly thespian shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. In fact, word just broke of his new supernatural feature. Read on for the skinny!
Los Angeles' Steve Allen Theater is undergoing a name change to Trepany House, but one thing that hasn't changed is how great Nevermore, one of the playhouse's most popular shows, is; and if you've yet to see it (or want to again), you have the chance starting March 15th.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will again be offering its popular Scary Movies Film Series. And it’s not just any scary movies they’ll be showing. They’ve got classics, and they’ve got New York City premieres. They’ve even got Stuart Gordon’s live theater presentation of Nevermore starring Jeffrey Combs accompanying the screening of The Black Cat.
While poking around Steve Niles' website in connection with the Lance Henriksen autobiography story we ran a few minutes ago, we came across another juicy tidbit that we just had to share: The prolific writer is joining forces with Jeffrey Combs for a comic book version of Combs' one-man play Nevermore.
Fans of Jeffrey Combs and/or Edgar Allan Poe who live in or near San Diego, California, will be thrilled to learn that the stage production of Nevermore will be returning to the North Coast Repertory Theatre December 9-12, 2010, for what they've dubbed "The Perfect Un-Holiday Show".
The always fantastic Fantastic Fest begins today, and to celebrate, they've released six incredible new posters for select films and events taking place over the next week. The posters were created by various artists for Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse's collectible art boutique. In addition, we have details on the title card in the 2010 Fantastic Debates.
Remember in my last entry when I asked where the good horror movies were this year? Well, I think they ground them all up and crammed the resulting mess of a thousand repellent movies into just one: A Serbian Film (review here).
The line-up for the sixth annual Fantastic Fest (September 23-30) in Austin, Texas, is still coming together, but the powers-that-be have provided a few highlights of the exciting things to come in this year's program, and we already can't wait for the fall season!
It's that time of year again: The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the nominations for its 36th Annual Saturn Awards.
Finally San Diegans are being treated to something those who live in the LA area have been able to enjoy for the past several months: Jeffrey Combs' tour de force performance as Edgar Allan Poe in Nevermore.
Some people are just born to play a certain role. Karloff was the monster. Lugosi was Dracula. Jeffrey Combs? This is a man who was born to play Edgar Allan Poe. One of the most incredible times I've ever had was when we saw Nevermore in LA last month. It was literally the closest to ever spending an evening with Poe we modern day folks could hope for. Now fans in Maryland are about to join in on the experience.
A new record has been set for American literature sold at auction, and it belongs to none other than the master of mystery and the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe.