After a successful DVD release, the filmmakers behind the horror flick Poe proudly announce that Poe 2: The Return of Dr. Casey is moving into production. In addition to that, fans of the original film have an opportunity to grab a free copy of Poe, if they're lucky and act quickly.
To celebrate the release of the upcoming film Poe, tons of the cast and crew of the film will be gathering at Dark Delicacies to sign autographs for the fans. We've got a full list of the attendees you can count on meeting.
Francis Xavier's new film Poe now has an official release date, and in a new turn of events, a sequel has already been announced. This film, whose synopsis reminds us of The Silence of the Lambs, will become available on May 8 via Maverick Entertainment Group.
Billed as "Saw meets The Silence of the Lambs", Poe has a its work cut out for itself to live up to that label. With a release date scheduled for May 2012, we've gotten our first look at the trailer for this cannibalistic treat.
Next week the major broadcast networks will officially present their fall schedules. ABC today announced its pick-ups and cancellations. The news is bad for alien invaders and Gothic authors. The news is good, however, for fairy tales and the Paranormal Activity guy.
Starring Christopher Egan, Natalie Dormer, Kevin McNally Directed by Alex Graves ABC TV Pilot
Another new trailer for Francis Xavier's maniacal tale of madness, Poe, has hit online, and we have it right here along with a placemat, a fork and a knife for you! Dig in! Poe stars Greg Travis, Sal Landi, Felissa Rose, Gene Silvers and Maray Ayres. For more visit the official Poe website.
British actress Natalie Dormer (aka Anne Boleyn on Showtime's "The Tudors") has joined the rapidly expanding cast of ABC's "Poe" as a character named Celeste.
Two Aussie actors and a Brit have joined the previously announced Leslie Odom, Jr., in ABC's "Poe", which has Alex Graves handling the directorial reins for its first episode.
Casting has begun for ABC's "Poe", and when you're looking to solve heinous crimes dealing with the macabre, who better to bring aboard than a dude from "CSI: Miami"?
It's great to see such a wonderful resurgence in interest in the always amazing macabre author Edgar Allan Poe. With several Poe themed projects in the works, it seems as if the industry just can't get enough of this troubled yet lovable soul.
ABC has ordered a pilot for "Poe", a new crime prodcedural that would see author Edgar Allan Poe as a detective using unconventional methods to investigate dark mysteries in 1840s Boston.
While doing his press rounds for this weekend's explosive The Expendables, Sylvester Stallone has been asked a myriad of questions, but finally someone has gotten him to talk about Poe, which is a feature film look at everyone's favorite horror scribe.
It's been a while since we last talked about Francis Xavier's latest horror film, Poe, but good things come to those who wait. Good things like the first ever clip!
Just about three weeks ago the official red band theatrical trailer for Francis Xavier's latest horror film, Poe, tore its way online, and now just in time for all of the Memorial Day BBQ's, an NC-17 version has reared its head!