DC Unlimited, which has been bringing you those World of Warcraft figures and just about everything else in the DC comics universe through DC Direct, now takes aim at the top of the food chain on cable TV. Get ready for "True Blood" mini-busts in 2010!
Three days. Three stories. Three horror movies featuring Brittany Murphy. We're flabbergasted. Yep, coming from director Matthew Parkhill and writer Sergio Casci is The Caller.
Last night the Paley Center hosted a panel entitled "Inside the Writers Room: True Blood", and representing the HBO series were creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with writer's assistant Elisabeth Finch, script coordinator Kate Barnow, co-executive producer Brian Buckner, co-executive producer Nancy Oliver, supervising producer Alexander Woo, and producer Raelle Tucker. Read on for a few choice tidbits of what was said and some hints of what fans can expect during Season 3.
The Dread Central crew were in attendance at the recent Spike TV Scream Awards reporting on the events as they happened, and to get you geared up for watching the show tomorrow night, October 27th, Spike has released a few more highlights!
The Dread Central crew were in attendance at this past weekend's Spike TV Scream Awards reporting on the events as they happened, and to get you geared up for watching the show yourself, Spike has released a few highlights!
Dread Central (in this case Heather Wixson, myself, and a moonlighting Brian Smith) hit the red carpet this past Saturday for the taping of the fourth annual Spike Scream Awards, held at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and brought back a slew of photos and video interviews from the press line, as well as from the event itself and subsequent after-party (which was held at the Forever Hollywood Cemetery in, well, Hollywood).
“Resistance is futile” -- The fourth annual Scream Awards, the first and only global event of its kind to honor the best in sci-fi, fantasy, horror and comic genres are happening RIGHT NOW, at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, and we're bringing you the results as they happen. The two-hour extravaganza will premiere on Spike TV on Tuesday, October 27 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT).
Fans of HBO's "True Blood" are as rabid as they are because -- pardon the pun -- the show offers so very much to sink the old teeth into. Especially the relationship between Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Sookie (Anna Paquin), who incidentally are engaged to be married in real life. As if the couple can't get enough of each other already, it appears that they plan to share the screen once again in an upcoming thriller called Open House.
All right, Fangbangers. We're just a few short days away from the season finale of "True Blood", and while we wait for our usual pre-show tease from the powers-that-be at HBO, this week we have something a little different. Something that promises to "corrupt" all of you -- and leave you in need of a cold shower!
"True Blood" fans are going to get their chance to see one of their favorite small screen vamps in theatres as Bill Compton himself has joined the cast of Priest.
Say it isn't so -- There are only three more episodes of "True Blood" left. This week's installment, entitled New World in My View, looks to amp things up a notch in anticipation of the season's conclusion on September 13th. And to get you amped up for it, HBO has provided a sneak peek.
HBO's "True Blood" has become a phenomenon. From their extremely clever viral marketing to their frequent posts on Twitter @TrueBloodHBO, people just can't get enough! To add to the mayhem, Dread Central is happy to bring you a clip from this Sunday's episode!
You have to hand it HBO. They've really pulled out all the stops on promoting this season of "True Blood" what with their extremely clever viral marketing and a plethora of stills and clips. Plus, they post on Twitter with a vengeance, and it's thanks to the latest tweet from @TrueBloodHBO that we're able to show you two sneak peeks from this Sunday's upcoming episode.
When writing a quick review of the series premiere of True Blood last September, I cited its "unflinching eroticism and brutality" and hailed it as "poised to take its rightful place in the pantheon of great vampire epics."