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‘The Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman Confirms Daryl’s Sexuality, Are We Done With This Yet?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 1, 2014 @ 10:09 AM
AMC
Many moons ago, a lifetime in Internet-land, ‘The Walking Dead’ courted a bit of faux-scandal in interview comments that saw creator Robert Kirkman acknowledging the possibility of the seemingly asexual Daryl Dixon to emerge as a gay character. Despite the unlikelihood of the AMC horror-drama devoting any real time to the matter, now Kirkman has opened up on Daryl’s sexuality to finally set the record…well, straight.

‘The Walking Dead’ 2015 Return Trailer: Is a New Safe Haven on the Horizon?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 30, 2014 @ 11:49 PM
AMC
And lo, ‘The Walking Dead’ has said its goodnights for 2014, midseason finale “Coda” closing out the Grady Memorial Hospital arc with an unexpected (yet somehow predictable) death. It’s a wide-open world for Rick and the other survivors when ‘The Walking Dead’ returns in February 2015, so get a taste of the horrors to come in our first trailer for the back half of season 5!

Jack Nicholson Prepares for 'The Shining' Axe Scene in Rare Behind the Scenes Footage

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by Britt Hayes November 30, 2014 @ 1:00 PM
Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’ is inarguably one of the greatest horror films ever made (although many would argue—including Stephen King—that it’s not the best adaptation of its source material), featuring a ferociously great performance from Jack Nicholson. We’ve seen a lot of actors take the “method” approach, but it’s rare that we see their process as they prepare for a scene, especially one as intense as the famous axe scene from ‘The Shining.’ And thanks to this rare behind the scenes footage, you can watch how Nicholson got pumped up before he terrorized co-star Shelley Duvall.

'Paranormal Activity 5' Will Be Presented in Terrifying 3D

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by Britt Hayes November 26, 2014 @ 5:21 PM
Paramount
Bloody Disgusting reports that Paramount intends to post-convert the film to 3D, presumably to accommodate the spooky ‘Ghost Dimension.’ Apparently the Ghost Dimension is actually just the third dimension, so I guess we’ve already solved that mystery. Post-converting the film to 3D could be OK or it could be a huge detriment to the project, as the films rely mostly on in-home surveillance camera footage. This lower quality footage could obscure some of the flaws in the conversion process, which might be the point.

‘The Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman Talks Finale Regrets, Spinoff Setting

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 26, 2014 @ 2:56 PM
AMC
‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 will come to a temporary midseason conclusion “Coda” this coming Sunday, but the franchise’s past and future weigh heavily on creator/executive producer Robert Kirkman. Not only has a recent interview brought to light the creator’s “regret” over a past season finale, but so too do we have an update on the shifting locations of ‘The Walking Dead’'s spinoff companion series.

NBC’s ‘Constantine to Halt Production After 13 Episodes, Season 2 Still A Possibility

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 24, 2014 @ 9:59 AM
NBC
NBC's 'Constantine' hasn't exactly lit the world on fire since its October debut, at least in the manner its DC compatriots have, but the network isn't quite giving up on its demon detective drama just yet. NBC has decided to halt production on the series after 13 episodes, but may yet opt for a second season, should fans continue to reflect interest in the series.

‘The Walking Dead’ Midseason Finale “Coda” Sneak Peek: Father Gabriel Finds Bob’s Leftovers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 24, 2014 @ 12:56 AM
AMC
Last night’s ‘The Walking Dead’ installment “Crossed” every character off the checklist in setting up next week’s midseason finale, but who will provide the final “Coda” to the first half of the season? Get a clue with our first clip from next week’s season 5 halfway-point, the last new ‘Walking Dead’ of 2014, as Bob puts in a surprising reappearance!

‘Goosebumps’ Portraits Give Us a Peek at the All the Monsters That Will Terrorize Jack Black

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by Britt Hayes November 23, 2014 @ 1:18 PM
For fans of R.L. Stine’s classic ‘Goosebumps’ book series, it’s hard to imagine how those diverse books will translate to one movie adaptation. With stories of mummies, evil dummies, various monsters and ghouls—how can they pack all that and Jack Black into one film? We’ve long wondered just how many monsters the film would feature, and now thanks to these new monster portraits, we’ve got an idea. The answer is a whole bunch, including a few that readers will no doubt recognize.