Much to my disappointment, Ghost Storm is not a disaster-horror hybrid about a supernatural storm cloud that rains ghostly ectoplasm which steals the souls of everyone it touches. Or is it?
In what kind of high school would you find Danny Trejo as a badass janitor, Charisma Carpenter as a sexy librarian, and M.C. Gainey as its headmaster? My kind of high school, that’s what. Too bad it’s haunted.
This weekend you’ll get to see David Hewlett on the big screen contending with a mutant ape uprising. This September on the small screen you’ll get to see him contend with a different mutant uprising when Morlocks get loose in our time.
There's no doubt about it. The legend of the Mothman is a truly frightening one. So frightening in fact that his monstrous presence has graced several movies, the latest of which is heading to home video in October.
You know what the Syfy Channel needs? Another mini-series about supernatural do-gooders. There's just not enough of them. Well, take heart, true believers. Another is on its way!
Klanshark: The Great White Supremacist … Whoops! I mean Swamp Shark is the Syfy original movie about a shark loose in the Louisiana bayou that mostly eats black actors and the white women that love them. If you think my alternate title is dubious, read on and I’ll unveil the film’s hilarious Japanese release title.
While we have no clue where they're going with the stellar UK TV series "Being Human" after the events of the last episode, we're happy we have the surprisingly well done U.S. series heading into its second season!
Scream of the Banshee, the latest creature-feature offering from the After Dark Originals brand, comes to DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on 25 July, and to mark the release, we have three Blu-rays to give away!
Word of a new series for Syfy is breaking, and we have all the details you need to keep you in the know. Why? Because we love you and one day hope to hold you in our loving embrace.
Roadkill, part of Syfy's fan-favorite "Maneater" series, hits DVD this coming August 16th from RHI Entertainment and Vivendi Entertainment. Read on for a look at the cover art.
Hot on the heels of the news that Syfy would be bringing Canadian series "Lost Girl" to the San Diego Comic-Con, the network has announced the full panel schedule for its original series, including "Eureka", "Warehouse 13", "Alphas", "Sanctuary", and "Being Human".
Syfy is bringing a few cast members and the creator of the Canadian series "Lost Girl", which the network acquired back in May of this year, to the San Diego Comic-Con. Mark your calendars for Friday, July 22nd at 7:30 pm (Room 24ABC) for the panel.
Will Piranhaconda be the next Sharktopus? Syfy and producer Roger Corman certainly hope their newest monstrous hybrid takes the world by storm later this year. Some behind-the-scenes images and video have slithered their way to the surface.