We know there are so many web series out there, it's nearly impossible to separate the good from the bad, but for horror fans there are few better than "This Week in Horror" hosted by Matt Raub and Staci Layne Wilson. They're already up to Episode 10, and Staci dropped us a line to let us know that this week's installment should be of special interest to our readers.
One of the things that make the Mortal Kombat franchise so damned cool is all of the mystery and secrets that permeate the gameplay. It looks as if this will also carry over to the new web series as the director is already playing games of his own.
We broke the first word about the new web series from director Adam Green and co-creator Rileah Vanderbilt, Sexy Nightmare Slayers, a couple of weeks ago, and now the goods have finally arrived. Dig it!
I remember it like it was yesterday. Brooklyn, New York, 1992 ... I was standing in Pete's Pizza ordering a slice when from behind me I hard the words "FINISH HIM" uttered from an arcade machine. I turned to see a ninja ripping out the spine of some dude in white and then holding it up like a trophy. It had me at "hello".
Today is a great day to be a Mortal Kombat fan. Two bits of news coming in, one concerning the live action web series and the other regarding the game itself. Ready ... Fight!
All good things must come to an end, and that's where we're at concerning Bart D. Van Bemmel and Jason A. Wheeler's web series, Throwing Stones. If you haven't been watching, you've been missing out big time, but hey! Just think! You can watch all eight episodes right now at your leisure! Cliffhangers be damned!
If ever there was a time that we wished to be plagued with horrid nightmares brimming with terror, it's now. That's right, kids! Turn your lights down low and get ready for a sexy evening of scantily clad women protecting you from ferocious beasts!
Ever since he whipped ass in Rob Zombie's Halloween movies (say what you want about them, it doesn't change the fact that Mane was a good Myers), we've been wondering just when we'd be seeing Tyler Mane back doing what he does best ... causing violent mayhem. That time has come. From the Press Release
Okay kids! Before you get ready to finish him, I suppose it would be wise to find out exactly who that "him" is! We've already heard about the return casting of Jeri Ryan (Sonya) and Michael Jai White (Jax), but another kombatant has joined the web series fray! From the Press Release
After seeing the promo film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth months ago, we've been stoked for another live action adaptation. When the announcement from Warner Premiere came that the man behind the awesome short, Kevin Tancharoen, would be bringing his vision to an official Mortal Kombat web series, we were elated. The good news keeps on coming!
Haven't checked in on Bart D. Van Bemmel and Jason A. Wheeler's new web series, Throwing Stones in a while? What are you waiting for? There are two new episodes available now!
The good folks over at Warner Premiere made official the news we told you about last week. Kevin Tancharoen, director of Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, will be delivering his unique vision of the series via the web this spring, and we have all the details you need! From the Press Release
Ghosts. Spirits. Demons. Politicians. Every day the most vile of the vile walk the face of the Earth performing unspeakable acts of insanity and horror on their fellow man, and they usually do so under the blanket of anonymity.
Remember that really awesome fan film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth from a few months back? There's no denying it was more interesting than both the MK movies put together (I'm still pretending the second flick didn't happen. In fact, what second flick?), and if you were a fan of it, brother, do we have some good news for you!
The day has finally arrived for Bart D. Van Bemmel and Jason A. Wheeler's new web series, Throwing Stones! That's right, kids! You can watch Episode 1 right here ... right now! Kind of like that old Jesus Jones song but spookier!