Shock will never turn down an update on Hannibal when showrunner Bryan Fuller wants to grant one to us. Earlier this week, we spoke with him about the forthcoming DVD and Blu-ray release of Hannibal season two (hitting September 16th). The last time we spoke was at Comic-Con, so Shock had to inquired about the progress of season three which is shaping up to be exciting.
What has been revealed already is that the third season will focus on a manhunt to find Hannibal who has fled to Europe. Francis Dolarhyde (aka The Tooth Fairy) will make an appearance as will Lady Murasaki.
Big Screen Entertainment Group is bringing Crimson Winter to DVD and Blu-ray on October 7th through its partnership with CAV.
The film is described in a pressed release as Interview With the Vampire and Game of Thrones. Okay.
I could go on with what the press release says, but it plays up the soundtrack and cinematography more than anything.
I pondered on Twitter early in Hannibal season two if NBC and showrunner Bryan Fuller would consider a cookbook based on the Hannibal television series. Guess what? One is in the works!
Speaking to our brother site CraveOnline, Fuller confirmed, “That is in development. Yeah, there’s a cookbook in development and there’s also a fantastic ‘Art of Making of Hannibal.’ [...] I saw some pages from it. It’s a gorgeous book.”
Horror is most often driven by its killer. They are the most important factor and usually, they are who appears in the sequels. Let’s forget the notion that perhaps the killer died at the end of the first film since we all know that is a non-factor with these films.
There were a few good killers that had some life left in them; we just never got to see it. Killers that should have been a franchise, perhaps more deserving than some that actually did end up with one.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Techland have released the first developer diary for their upcoming game Dying Light. Inside, you can hear the developers talk about the player’s “natural movement” in the game as well as new footage of the differences in day and night. Check it out in the player below!
During the day, players will traverse an expansive urban environment overrun by a vicious outbreak, scavenging the world for supplies and crafting weapons to defend against the growing infected population. At night, the hunter becomes the hunted, as the infected become aggressive and more dangerous. Most frightening are the predators which only appear after sundown. Players must use everything in their power to survive until the morning’s first light.
All eyes are on Cub, a new horror film making its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. A trailer hit The Playlist today giving us a first-look at Jonas Govaerts’ film, which is getting some early, strong buzz.
The movie has been described as following “troubled twelve-year-old Sam (Maurice Luijten) [who] heads off on a summer camping trip with his Cub Scout troupe.
In the midst of our San Diego Comic-Con 2014 coverage, we brought you a photo of something NECA had in the works: A replica of Jason Voorhees’ hockey mask from the Friday the 13th video game (pictured). For those who have inquired about it, NECA has revealed this will be available in November.
Details are in for Dead Still, a SyFy original movie that will be airing on October 6th during the network’s 31 Days of Halloween programming. The film is by the Booth brothers, who also brought us Death Tunnel (2005).
Ben Browder plays Brandon Davis who, upon the death of his great grandfather, inherits an antique camera famous for taking victorian death photography. After photographing his subjects they start to die from horrible, bizarre deaths, then reappearing as eerie death portraits.