22 BRIDES was an EVENT limited series from Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada back in 1995. It was little in the way of memorable but it did give us Painkiller Jane. After several series, a TV movie, and a short lived TV series starring Kristanna Loken, it seems she is finally getting her shot at…
In anticipation of Horns’ preview at Comic-Con this week, we have received a batch of new photos. The film is the latest effort from director Alexandre Aja, who is working from source material provided by Joe Hill.
Hill penned the book upon which this film is based.
The synopsis goes like this: Blamed for the murder of his girlfriend and ostracized by everyone he knows, a small-town guy (Daniel Radcliffe) awakens one morning to find he’s grown a pair of horns. Armed with the supernatural powers they possess, he sets out to find the true killer.
Here’s how this is going to work. I’m going to fix this item to the front page of Shock. Check back regularly as I’ll be updating this gallery with new images from the Comic-Con show floor, the panels that I attend, the interviews I conduct and the various installations that are taking place throughout downtown San Diego.
Comic-Con is a sprawling beast and there’s a lot to take in.
Shock Till You Drop is officially on the ground, folks. Get ready for some coverage!
It’s day one of SDCC 2014 and already we have some exciting news from Universal. UCP, which is Universal’s Cable Production department, has announced that it has three new deals in development for their genre roster. It seems that comics on TV are here to stay for a while as everyone is getting into the…
We’re receiving word today that Focus Features has set an August 21, 2015 release date for Sinister 2, the sequel to the 2012 horror film directed by Scott Derrickson.
Ciaran Foy (Citadel) is helming this entry overseen by Blumhouse Productions.
Derrickson penned the scripts with C. Robert Cargill. Plot details are still not being revealed, however, when we spoke to Derrickson earlier this year, he told us…
Check out some of these titles. Piranhaconda. Sharktopus. Arachnoquake. Stonados. All Syfy movies that aired with little if any fanfare. Then came Sharknado. Originally airing a little more than a year ago, it generated pretty standard ratings for a Syfy original. However, chatter about it dominated the summer, especially on Twitter. That led to additional showings on Syfy, a brief theatrical release, merchandising, and, of course, a sequel. It was a full-blown phenomenon. And in all fairness, in its ability to establish and maintain an entertaining lunacy for 90 minutes, it is a cut above typical Syfy fare.
IFC Midnight has released a brand new poster for Nicholas McCarthy’s At the Devil’s Door which you can check out after the jump! Don’t forget to peep the trailer for the film by clicking here. Starring Naya Rivera, Ashley Rickards and Catalina Sandino Moreno, the film is going to be hitting VOD on August 8th with a…
Vitamin M and Polluted Pictures has forwarded along the trailer and poster for Deep Dark, a film that finds Denise Poirier (of Aeon Flux – the animated series – fame).
In the film, a failed sculptor finds a strange, talking hole in the wall. The hole has the power to fulfill his wildest dreams, or it just might become his worst nightmare.