He's given us Dinocrocs, Dinosharks, Supergators, and the now legendary Sharktopus. Next up for the great Roger Corman is Piranhaconda. Up until now the look of this Syfy monster mishmash has only been the subject of speculation, but read on and you'll get a head's up at the piranha/anaconda hybrid.
Earlier today Creepy revealed three new reality series that Syfy has planned, and now we have a look at nine films that will be heading our way as part of the network's Saturday Original Movies. Somewhere The Foywonder is sobbing uncontrollably but has no idea why.
For my money the only paranormal show worth its salt is "Destination Truth", but that doesn't mean I won't consume new bits of spooky stuff like a bag of BBQ potato chips when it comes my way!
I have to admit I'm really enjoying the US version of "Being Human". Yeah, Josh is totally annoying, and Sally is nowhere near as endearing as Annie, her British counterpart. But both Aidan and Bishop kick all kinds of ass. Apparently Syfy agrees as they've just renewed the show for another year.
We haven't talked much about the Syfy series "Haven" lately, but it's gearing up for a Season Two start this summer so of course some guest casting news has popped up.
It's all about the military fighting off aliens invading the City of Angels this weekend. Battle: Los Angeles in theaters; The Asylum mockbuster Battle of Los Angeles premiering on Syfy on Saturday night. Syfy has posted two short snippets of Battle of Los Angeles action. Bet you didn't know you could kill a UFO with a samurai sword, did you?
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Bruce Boxleitner, Rachel Miner, Jason London, John Shea, Vanessa Bracht
Next weekend you have two options when it comes to aliens invading the City of Angels. Pay high ticket prices to see Battle: Los Angeles on the big screen or watch Battle of Los Angeles on the small screen for the cost of basic cable.
We told you all the way back in the beginning of February that Steven C. Miller's After Dark Original, Scream of the Banshee,e would be making its world premiere on Syfy, who co-produced, on Saturday, March 26th, at 9/8 Central with a replay four hours later. But that's not the only thing cool about this debut! From the Press Release
I'm probably encroaching on Foy territory with this story, but after all his live tweeting last night during the Oscars, I figured he could use a break. Syfy's The Other Side, which we first told you about several months ago, has been given a new name - Ferocious Planet - and a release date of April 9th.
It comes as no surprise that the trailer for RHI Entertainment's Roadkill would quickly pop up online once Syfy announced the Stephen Rea-starring monster movie's April 23rd premiere date. More surprising is that this Syfy movie about hit & run, gypsy curses, and a giant bird of prey doesn't look too shabby.
Jason Connery’s Area 51 – previously titled 51 – is set to debut February 26th on the Syfy Channel as part of the After Dark Originals lineup and we've got a trailer for you to sink your teeth into in the interim! Jason London, Bruce Boxleitner, Rachel Miner, Vanessa Branch, John Shea, Jillian Batherson, Beau Brasso, Nedal Yousef, and J.D. Evermore all star.