Peter Clines kicked off his four-book Ex- series back in February of 2010 with Ex-Heroes and ended it this past January with Ex-Purgatory. Novels Ex-Patriots and Ex-Communication came in-between...
As promised when we first told you about Peter Clines' Ex-Purgatory, the fourth installment in his Ex-Heroes series, here's an exclusive excerpt from the novel, which arrives tomorrow, January 14th.
If you've been holding off on pre-ordering Ex-Purgatory, the fourth installment in Peter Clines' Ex-Heroes series, you may want to jump in and do it now because he's running a very cool promotion.
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of author Peter Clines, and the fourth installment in his Ex-Heroes series, Ex-Purgatory, is hitting bookstores on January 14th. Read on for the details.
Remember back in February when we talked about Peter Clines' Ex-Heroes novel about zombies versus superheroes? Well, the sequel, Ex-Patriots, is coming next week, and we have all the details you need right here.
Originally published by a small, print-on-demand press without any publicity or marketing support and almost no physical distribution, Peter Clines’ brilliant debut, Ex-Heroes, still managed to draw an incredible cult following.
If anyone here has read Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's brilliant graphic novel The Boys, you already know one thing ... this ultra-violent tale of psychopathic superheroes is simply screaming for a big screen adaptation.
Four more one-sheets for James Gunn's latest film Super (review here) have surfaced online and we have every single psychopathic pixel of them for you right here!
Having finally seen James Gunn's latest film Super (review here) over the weekend, we can totally confirm that it deserves the coverage we've been giving it.
Yes, we know that there aren't many horror elements in James Gunn's latest film Super (review here), but the premise is so deliciously psychotic, we can't help but give it at least a little love.
A new one-sheet has come our way for James Gunn's new flick Super (review here), in which we have a semi-psychotic Rainn Wilson thinking he's a superhero and beating people unmercifully with a club.
We're very particular about what kind of superhero film coverage we dole out around here. There has to be something really dark or some form of monster involved to get our attention.
Reviewed by Serena Whitney Starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Liv Tyler, Kevin Bacon Directed by James Gunn