What do you get when producer Charles Band, writer David S. Goyer, and director Albert Pyun decide to do their own horror version of Tron? If you didn’t answer Arcade, then you clearly do not know your Full Movie catalogue.
The crazy kids behind FEARnet's hit horror-themed comedy series "Holliston" are back on the road to support the show. To celebrate the release of Season 1 on Blu-ray/DVD, the cast will be at Dark Delicacies in Burbank on October 9 to sign copies of "Holliston"!
FEARnet's original horror sitcom "Holliston" is getting set to make its DVD and Blu-ray premiere on October 9th, and to get you in the spirit of things, we have several exclusive stills right here for you to sink your teeth into! Check 'em out!
FEARnet's original horror sitcom "Holliston" is coming home for everyone to enjoy, and we've got all the details on the release right here for you! Check it out, and use this as a crash course in lunacy for Season Two!
There's no doubt about it; Adam Green and Joe Lynch's show for FEARnet, "Holliston", is kicking ass and taking names. Speaking of names, a new one will be joining the shenanigans next week who'll be very familiar to "Robot Chicken" and "Buffy" fans.
As if Washington isn't a scary enough place these days, Deadline reports that the team of Jon Favreau, Roberto Orci, Seth Green, and Michael Dougherty have gotten ABC’s attention — the network has handed out a put pilot commitment to "Ex-Comm", a sci-fi drama with humor, which will be written by the quartet.
As further proof that you just can't have too much Green, actor Seth tweeted some news today about shooting a scene in director Adam's new series for FEARnet, "Holliston", in which the latter also stars with Joe Lynch, Dee Snider, Laura Ortiz, Corri English, and Oderus Urungus. Seth shared a photo of himself and Adam from the set and provided a great caption for it, too. Not to be outdone, Lynch also posted a photo of himself with the Greens on his Twitter feed.
More reaction to the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" remake from alumni has made its way online. This time Seth Green, who played the werewolf Oz for several seasons on the show, spoke about the upcoming film's effect on the fan base.