Barely out of the gate with Volume 1, producers Kevin Herren and Jim O'Rear have announced plans to produce the second volume in their audio drama series Tales from Beyond.
Audio horror is making a bit of a comeback, and two people who are helping with the resurgence - Jim O'Rear and Kevin Herren - have a new project heading our way called Tales from Beyond. On the CD you'll hear the familiar voices of Daniel Roebuck, Robert Picardo, and many more.
Man at bar: Hey, Ernie? Put that pepper steak on for me, would ya? And a hamburger for the lady. Ernie: How do ya want that? Man at bar: How do you want it, honey? Marsha Quist: Rare.
This Saturday night’s Syfy original movie Morlocks puts a new spin on the subterranean subhumanoids from the dark future of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, and we have a few clips to share from the film. Even after watching these snippets, I’m still not sure what exactly they are, but they certainly don’t look like the albino apemen we’re accustomed to.
This weekend you’ll get to see David Hewlett on the big screen contending with a mutant ape uprising. This September on the small screen you’ll get to see him contend with a different mutant uprising when Morlocks get loose in our time.
American World Pictures, an LA-based independent motion picture distribution and production company, is gearing up for the 2011 Cannes Film Festival with updated info on three of its genre acquisitions in this year's line-up: Jack the Reaper, Boggy Creek, and Spirit Hunters promise to be big sellers for the company at the fest.
More spooky goodness coming in from Cannes. We just dug our claws into the very first bit of artwork and plot crunch for J.P. Pierce's Spirit Hunters (formerly End of the Road).
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Gary Stretch, Jaleel White, Sarah Lieving, Robert Picardo Directed by Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray
Introducing first, in the blue corner, the reigning undefeated champion of the seas - Mega Shark! His opponent, the challenger, making his professional fighting debut, the crocodilian villain - Crocosaurus! Your special guest referee for this main event is Jaleel "Urkel" White. Leeeeeet's get reeeeeeady to ruuuuuumble!
Syfy's gearing up for its annual "31 Days of Halloween" by letting the wolf out of the bag, so to speak, with a clip from the October 9th premiere of Monster Wolf. As you may have deduced from just looking at the title, yes, it is indeed about a monster wolf.
Not content to just have in production Mega Python vs. Gatoroid starring Eighties pop princesses Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, The Asylum is also pressing forward with Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, and this time their stunt casting dips into 1990's pop culture with the announcement it will star none other than Jaleel White, best known to fans of "Family Matters" as that lovable nerd Steve Urkel.