How big of an event is the San Diego Comic-Con? So big that here we are several months removed from it, and there are still some goodies coming out. Next on the better late than never block? Some never-before-seen teaser art courtesy of Latino Review.
Now twenty years after it first came onto the scene, "The X-Files" TV series has spawned two feature films: one in 1998 and the other in 2008. Will we ever see Mulder and Scully return for a third film? If they have their wish!
At last month's San Diego Comic-Con, some of the biggest names in horror journalism assembled together for a special panel fittingly dubbed "Masters of the Web," including the folks behind genre sites like FEARnet, Bloody Disgusting, and Shock Till You Drop.
On November 27th Legendary Comics will be releasing the new graphic novel Shadow Walk, and during the recently concluded San Diego Comic-Con its creators discussed their upcoming original project.
During last month's San Diego Comic-Con, "Dexter" producer Scott Reynolds sat down with #TeamBatista - David Zayas and Aimee Garcia - to discuss the show and then is joined by Julie Benz for this special edition of the "Dexter" Wrap-Up Podcast.
There's no doubt Adam Green is one of the busiest guys in the genre these days, which is why we were glad he was able to make some time for Dread Central while in San Diego for Comic-Con 2013. In fact, we brought back two videos worth of awesome just for all you fans out there.
There's already a great deal of hoopla surrounding the long talked about remake of The Crow... the project has already been hampered by legal woes, negative story reactions, etc. Hopefully this latest tidbit of news will quell said negativity.
In this third installment of our interviews from the special The World's End breakfast at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central chats with the always hilarious Nick Frost about the final chapter in Edgar Wright's "Cornetto Trilogy."
#SDCC 2013 Exclusive Video: Executive Producer Daniel Knauf Gives Us the Lowdown on NBC's New Dracula Series and More
While at Comic-Con, Dread Central had the opportunity to chat exclusively with Daniel Knauf about his upcoming NBC series “Dracula,” which he’s overseeing as Executive Producer.
#SDCC 2013: The World's End Co-Writer/Director Edgar Wright on His Cornetto Trilogy, Inspirations and More
We recently posted a lengthy interview from Comic-Con with Simon Pegg for The World’s End over breakfast of all things, and next on tap in our series is none other than co-writer and director Edgar Wright.
While at Comic-Con, I had the luxury of stopping by the Konami suite to get my hot little hands on Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2... and it was good. Read on for my impressions and much more!
During the press roundtable interviews at SDCC for MTV's "Teen Wolf", we were able to chat with most of the cast but, as usual, learned the most about the show from executive producer Jeff Davis.
It's a fun one, kids. While at Comic-Con, Telltale held a panel discussing the future of Season 2 of their hit episodic game The Walking Dead. Of course we were in attendance since DC has the magically ability to be in 1,000 places at once, so read on for the lowdown.
Hands down the most crowded press room we visited at Comic-Con belonged to NBC's "Grimm" so we didn't get to chat with everyone, but we did bring back a list of the Top 13 things we learned about Season 3.
#SDCC 2013: Sleepy Hollow Cast and Creators Talk the Show's Tone, Horror Elements, Saving the World, and More!
Of all the new horror projects heading to TV in the fall, one we're really looking forward to is "Sleepy Hollow" on Fox, and here are the highlights of what we learned about it during Comic-Con.