Though not exactly horror per se, Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright's TV series "Spaced" has plenty of roots planted firmly within our genre. One watch and you'll see what I mean.
The Woman in Black just checked in from Comic-Con with "Supernatural" news! The panel for the popular WB series gave the audience a sneak peek of the first five minutes of season four! If you've yet to see season three, then please skip ahead a few paragraphs because we're about to give away a few important details. SPOILERS
In my personal opinion, reality TV needs to go. Well, at least the stuff that is only about groups of soulless backstabbers should be canned. Give me "Wipeout" or "13 - Fear is Real" any day!
OK, it may not be a huge wealth of information, or exactly horror related, but this does deal with a group of people we've grown to love thanks to a certain satirical zombie flick.
What could possible be far more exciting news than the third season of "Dexter"? How about a a video game based on the show that you can take anywhere?!
Details just rolled in regarding the third season of Showtime's hit series "Dexter". This comes straight from the "Dexter" panel where our bundle of bald joy, Uncle Creepy, is sitting right now!
Our man Nomad and crew have been providing pictures and scoops from Comic-Con fast as lightning, but I thought you might also like to hear about some of the goings-on at this year’s event. Last night was what they call “Preview Night,” and if it’s any indication of what the next few days are going to be like, I suggest everyone who’s attending wear comfortable shoes and get ready for a lot of standing in line.
In a very strange twist of events, Joss Whedon has decided that his newest show for Fox, “Dollhouse”, will air out of sequence. Fans of the man’s work may recall this was one of the many contributing factors to the quick death of “Firefly”, only this time it’s not because of studio interference.
Yes, there's more to this poster for the upcoming vampire series “True Blood”, but what more do you really need to see? Sexy lips, sexy tongue, just the right amount of plasma ... yep, that’s good enough for me.
Lewis Vendredi's cursed objects will finally be haunting homes around the country thanks to Paramount Home Video. Though we've known about this for a while, there hasn't been much word on special features or official artwork.
What is it? What’s going to be on it? My God, has it really been 20 years since this show was on?
Let's say vampires were an integrated part of society; it'd be socially unacceptable for them to just go around sucking regular folks dry. The good thing about the Japanese is that they'd quickly find a way to not only make a buck off the potential plight but also provide a cool and refreshing way for the suckheads to quench their thirst.
Showtime has teamed up with the executive producer behind “Dexter”, Sara Colleton, to bring the Vertigo Comic Exterminators to the small screen according to this morning’s THR.