At the end of Episode 3 of "Dexter", we learned how Julia Stiles' new character would be introduced into the mix, and it looks like she's figuring prominently in Episode 4, especially given its title of "Beauty and the Beast". Check out two sneak peeks of the ep along with a not-to-be-missed music video compilation of Seasons 1-4 by artist Pogo.
Episode Three of the fifth season of Showtime's "Dexter", entitled "Practically Perfect", premieres this coming Sunday, October 10th, and we've got two sneak peeks of the ep along with a video of the show's cast and crew talking about Dexter's sacred world: "The Kill Room".
Episode Two of the fifth season of Showtime's "Dexter", entitled "Hello Bandit", premieres this coming Sunday, October 3rd, and we've got two sneak peeks of the ep along with a chat with the show's new Executive Producer, Chip Johannessen, who discusses Dexter's first words at Rita's crime scene and how Dexter grieves after her death.
Do you remember how you felt when you watched the devastating season finale of "Dexter" last year? For me it was the entire 7 stages of grief in those few minutes. Who knew a TV show could make such an impact? It's a testament to the immense talents of the cast and crew of "Dexter". Even after many months since that episode aired, the shock still hasn't subsided completely.
Earlier this year during the San Diego Comic-Con, Showtime took a camera out into the masses of humanity that were present there to get some predictions of what "Dexter" has in store for its fans during the upcoming Season Five. Read on for the results!
We are just a few days from the September 26th premiere of Season Five of "Dexter" on Showtime. So it's time to enjoy what other more artistic and talented fans have created out there on the interwebs.
We're just a few days away from the Season Five premiere of Showtime's "Dexter", and the network has offered up two more sneak peeks of the episode along with chats with David Zayas, aka Sgt. Angel Batista, and Lauren Velez, aka Lt. Maria Laguerta.
Another behind-the-scenes video for the upcoming September 26th return of Showtime's "Dexter" has popped up online, this time featuring the show's writers, who discuss last year's finale and how it impacted the development of the fifth season.
Everyone's favorite serial killing family man is back for a new season starting on September 26th, and we've got a look at some new promo art in celebration of his blood-soaked return!
If you're not 100% caught up with "Dexter" and ready to begin watching Season Five on its premiere date of September 26th, you may just want to skip this story as one of the new behind-the-scenes videos Showtime has provided for the show revolves around a pretty huge plot point from the Season Four finale.
We're only one month away from the September 26th premiere of Season Five of "Dexter" on Showtime, and to help get the fans even more excited, Showtime has released a 3-1/2-minute behind-the-scenes peek into what we can look forward to.
A film titled Dahmer vs. Gacy doesn't seem the type to be garnering awards at film festivals across the country, but that's exactly what's happening. It just won "Outstanding Cast Performance" at the Action on Film International Film Festival in Pasadena, California, and earlier this year the film also was voted "Audience Choice Award" winner at the Bare Bones Independent Film Fest in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Since its first mention in April one movie we've been keeping a close eye on is Darren Bousman's 3D kill-a-thon Ninety. Any movie looking to deliver nearly one hundred kills in one sitting is fine by us so we've been waiting patiently to hear more. More has finally come.
The Asylum has found success of late with its "mega" movies (both Mega Python vs. Gatoroid and Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus are in the works), but the powers-that-be also seem to believe their Paranormal Entity mockbuster was a success as well, or they just need something to ride the coattails of Paranormal Activity 2 because this Halloween season they're releasing 8213: Gacy House featuring "found footage" from John Wayne Gacy's posthumous residence.
I'm really starting to wonder about Amazon's system for categorizing movies. Left out of their "horror" DVD offerings for week of April 27th were The Descent Part 2, Mega Piranha, and the newest Tales from the Darkside collection (Season 3). Huh? In any event, they are indeed being released on home video this week, along with a big batch of flicks most of us around the Dread Central offices are not too familiar with.