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Back in January "The Walking Dead" star Nick Gomez revealed via Twitter that he had scored a recurring role on the new season of Showtime's "Dexter." While it was great news, we didn't know who he'd be playing. Well, we do now.
She's been a recurring character on "Dexter" for a few seasons now so it only makes sense for Showtime to finally promote Aimee Garcia, who plays Angel's sister and Dexter's nanny, Jamie, to a regular cast member; and that's exactly what's happened!
Another recently deceased star from "The Walking Dead" is making his return to TV on Showtime's hit series "Dexter." Curious about who it is? Just a little? Come on, you know that you are. Read on for details.
Hot on the heels of today's earlier news that Charlotte Rampling has signed on for "Dexter" Season 8 comes word of another guest star in a recurring role. Read on for the details!
The minutes are ticking away until the 8th Annual Rock and Shock in Worcester, Massachusetts, and updates are starting to come fast and furiously (like an angry greyhound in heat). The festival is scheduled for October 14-16, and we've gotten word of two more guests being added to the already impressive list as well as a world premiere film. Read on, New Englanders. Like having the Red Sox and Patriots dominating their respective sports isn't enough. Now you get the most kickass horror convention in the Northeast as well. Well played, Worcester. Well played.
One of the East Coast's premier horror festivals, Rock and Shock, has announced its official ticket release date as well as some major musical acts that will be performing at the event. And you can bet your ass these guys will fit in perfectly at Rock and Shock.
What if all of a sudden you crossed over to the other side (providing of course that there is actually an other side) but then are yanked back to your body only to see what a victim of a violent crime saw before they died? Would be pretty damned scary, no? Enter InSight.
What is this world coming to? So get this ... a TV spot for Saw 3D has been banned in the UK because a ten-year-old kid complained to his parents that it was "distressing". That's right, distressing! The news comes straight from the BBC:
No, no one has recorded the great "Mandylor" song; however, over on the official YouTube page of a movie musical genius named Goldentusk, he has added his own lyrics to the very popular Saw theme song.
After a long day capped off with late three-dimensional torture porn absurdity, and with no Uncle Creepy around to record an immediate Saw-centric Foycast, I jotted down a few talking points to guide me as I sat down to record what I intended to be a brief solo audio review of Saw 3D that ended up a 17-minute rant of me rambling (at times only semi-coherently) about how mentally chal
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After seven torturous years for Jigsaw's victims, the latest installment of Saw is finally here for us to say goodbye to, or maybe not. Regardless, it has been a wild ride. Who knew that a little movie from a couple of Australian filmmakers could become such a phenomenon?
The Saw franchise has been home to some of the most gruesome deaths that have ever graced the big screen. In celebration of the series' supposed final chapter, we got our hands on a nifty montage of some of the more killer moments. Dig it!