"Terra Nova" fans, we've got bad news for you. It looks like a potential deal between 20th Century Fox TV and Netflix to bring back the show is as dead as... well... the dinosaurs.
2011 is starting to wind down, which means it's time for all the various awards shows to begin rearing their heads. First up are the People's Choice Awards, which for some reason ditched the Favorite Horror Movie category they instituted last year, but we won't hold that against them too much since "The Walking Dead" made the cut for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show.
The dead are coming. That's right, "The Walking Dead" will be kicking off Season 2 this Sunday, October 16, for a big ol' 13 episode run. And what better way to prepare for the event than to attend "The Walking Dead" panel at New York Comic Con this Saturday!
SHHH has been away for a couple of weeks but is back with two brand new episodes covering everything from Gears of War 3 to "Terra Nova" to Another World. Read on for more!
New York Comic Con 2011: Horror in the Halls of the Javits Center: The Walking Dead, Ghost Rider, Resident Evil, and More!
By this time next week the 2011 New York Comic Con will be wrapping up for another year, but let's not get too far ahead of ourselves -- there are panels to see and toys to buy first! Here's a look at the horror highlights along with a few other genre-related appearances that should be of interest to our readers.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 3 (July 23) Schedule Now Live; Coppola, Kirkman, Immortals, Vampires, Dinosaurs, Badass Knights, and More!
By the time Saturday rolls around during the San Diego Comic-Con, we've separated the men from the boys and know who's in it for the long haul. This year Saturday is chock-full of horror offerings throughout the entire day so if you'll be there, make sure to drink plenty of coffee, wear comfortable shoes, and be ready to hoof it from one end of the convention center to the other!
Entertainment Weekly, Steven Spielberg, and Fox are deeply concerned about your well being when it comes to being around dinosaurs, and as a result, they've partnered to bring you an exclusive trio of safety conscious posters related to the new series "Terra Nova". Dig 'em!
This year's behemoth of a show, the San Diego Comic-Con 2011, is gonna be a strange one. With lots of movie studios holding back, and even Marvel Comics, rumored not to be there, this should be really interesting. One thing that will be happening though is a tremendous amount of love given to all the TV-based terrors.
This fall the new Steven Spielberg produced series "Terra Nova" will be stomping its way across Fox stations nationwide and to get you all geared up for this latest clash with the prehistoric era a new trailer has just debuted online. Dig it!
It may not be as well known as San Diego Comic-Con, its Southern California counterpart, but the San Francisco WonderCon is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year as one of the country's best comics and popular arts events. On the fence about attending? Here's a rundown of what genre fans can look forward to at the show.
It's been a while since we mentioned Fox TV's upcoming "Terra Nova" from the Stephen Spielberg camp as its horror connection is admittedly light, but considering it's Spielberg plus dinosaurs with the great Stephen Lang thrown in for good measure, we figured our readers would be interested in the latest bit of news to hit the Net regarding the show.
More details and some early artwork for Steven Spielberg's latest dino-centric Fox TV show, "Terra Nova", have come in, and things appear to be shaping up quite nicely. Not sure how much pure horror we're going to be getting from this one, but at the very least the show is gonna scratch that "We Need More Giant Monsters" itch!
A short while back we told you about "Terra Nova", a new dino-centric TV show on the way from Fox produced by Steven Spielberg, and now it looks like the network may have found its leading man for the series.
While it's no Jurassic Park IV, we still say that some Spielberg with dinosaurs is better than no Spielberg with dinosaurs. A new dino-centric TV show is close to being on the way from Fox that is set to give us a much needed giant monster fix.