Like you, we were shocked but intrigued to learn that ‘The Walking Dead’ would receive its own spinoff “companion series” in 2015, focusing on a new corner of the ‘Walking Dead’ universe previously explored by series creator Robert Kirkman. Few details on the spinoff are available this early, but what possible focus could a “companion series” have that hasn’t yet been covered
Here's the thing about babies in film, they're often horrible and sometimes homicidal -- and we're not talking about the rom-com versions. Despite real-life infants, which are the quintessential images of innocence and hope for the future, many movie babies, especially horror movie babies, have all of our awful instincts and none of our refinement
Monsters have been a part of human culture since we invented the very concept of stories. They've been warnings. They've been metaphors. They've been exaggerations of reality. In some way or another, we're all scared of monsters
‘True Blood’ fans have once again been left at a loss, now that Bon Temps has been boarded off until season 7 bursts out in 2014. Sunday night’s season finale “Radioactive” left us on a much left direct cliffhanger than last year, but still raised a number of questions about the future of the series, from Eric Northman and his little friend to the sudden appearance of ‘Walking Dead’-style vampires. Why wait for fresh answers however, when we’ve go
Every so often, a horror movie comes along that changes the course of the genre. Sometimes it's quiet and the ripples are gently felt for decades to come. Sometimes it arrives with a bang and filmmakers loudly chase a new trend for a few years. We're not sure where 'You're Next' will fall on the horror pantheon, but we do know that it feels like something special.
Here are 10 groundbreaking horror films that defied expectations and forever changed how audiences and filmmakers approached the genre.
With 'Dexter' nearing the end of its final season, talk is brewing about the possibilities of a spin-off. Current showrunner Scott Buck recently signed a development deal with Showtime, prompting talk that the network's hit series could be extended beyond the finale.
2013 sees the release of two of the most effective mainstream horror films I've seen in years. Both 'The Conjuring' and 'You're Next' are terrific crowd-pleasers that wisely shake up the stale formula of studio horror movies. Yet, both of these films won't be in theaters come October, when most of us are really hungry for a good, scary movie. ('The Conjuring' is in theaters now and 'You're Next' opens on August 23.)
Meanwhile, looking at the current release schedule for October, there is an almost complete lack of any substantial horror presence (the 'Carrie' remake and a film titled 'Haunt' that we're still unsure will actually make its scheduled date are the only genre films of note).
We ‘Walking Dead’ fanatics couldn’t help but go a little bit deeper into every frame of the Season 4 trailer to read between the lines, and compare certain events to those of Robert Kirkman’s original comic book.