Considering there is a Hollywood action blockbuster titled Red starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, and John Malkovich opening in theaters in October, I would not be at all surprised if Syfy's upcoming werewolf flick Red, starring red hot Felicia Day, undergoes a title change between the time this trailer has been posted and whenever "coming soon" turns out to be.
As if having Eighties pop princesses Tiffany and Debbie Gibson in the cast wasn't kitschy enough, now Mega Python vs. Gatoroid has added hand-to-hand combat between the two of them to the film's storyline.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Gil Bellows, Tracy Spirdakos, Camille Sullivan, Reilly Dolman, Donnelly Rhodes, Andrew Wheeler Directed by Jeffery Scott Lando
The trailer for the latest Syfy original film featuring a giant mutant something or other, Sharktopus, has made a splash online, and we have ever drippy second of it for you. So what's it all about? Hold on to your asses, folks! We've got a live one here!
As if having two Eighties pop princesses wasn't kitschy enough, now Mega Python vs. Gatoroid has added a Sixties pop star.
If Syfy keeps a list of monsters of myth, legend, and cryptozoology, after this weekend they can scratch "goblin" off the list. The new Syfy creature feature Goblin is set at Halloween time, so what better time for Syfy to premiere it than in the middle of July; this Saturday night at 9/8 Central.
When I first learned that Syfy had a creature feature in the works starring Dean Cain called Frost Giant, without knowing anything about the plot, I just automatically assumed the titular "frost giant" would be a Yeti or an Ymir or some other furry Scandinavian behemoth. Nope. Turns out Syfy has made a movie about a block of ice that sprouts arms and legs, comes to life, and goes on a killing spree. All I can say to that is, "About damn time!"
Even though there is absolutely nothing wrong with the original BBC show, the powers-that-be have surmised that we need our own Americanized version of the incredible little show "Being Human", which focuses on a ghost, vampire, and we
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring David Carradine, Cory Landis, John Callahan, Amy Rasimas, Rib Hillis, Delia Sheppard Directed by Jay Andrews AKA Jim Wynorski
Has it been a life long dream to party with 80’s icons Tiffany and Debbie Gibson? Have you always wanted to feel the rush of battling a giant snake or roid-raged alligator? Are you in the LA area and don’t have plans today?
Syfy's new series "Haven" is set to debut on Friday, July 9th, and last week they released the descriptions of the first four episodes. The stars of "Haven" include Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, Eric Balfour, Richard Donat, and John Dunsworth.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about Syfy's upcoming "Being Human" re-imagining (or whatever they're calling it these days), but it looks like we know who'll be playing two thirds of the threesome made up of a ghost, vampire, and werewolf. Read on for the details.
Eighties teen pop princess Debbie Gibson is starring in their Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. Her perceived Eighties teen pop rival Tiffany recently starred in their Mega Piranha. Now The Asylum is partnering with Syfy to bring the two Eighties pop performers together for one film so that they can do battle on the undercard of a big Mega Python vs. Gatoroid main event.
Syfy has held two contests in the past letting viewers select the title for one of their original movies only for the winning selections to sound so unimaginative you couldn't believe Syfy needed viewer input to come up with it. Now they're offering fans the chance to actually help create the movie itself, and I just have this inkling the end result is going to be the same.
Considering it debuts in just a few weeks, you'd think Syfy would have opened up a "Haven" Facebook page long before now, but in any event, it's finally live and has five pictures from the set along with a fresh piece of key art.