[You're hereby warned of major spoilers from last night's 'True Blood' season 7 installment "Fire in the Hole," as well as a few episodes beyond.]
Once 'True Blood' season 7's premiere "Jesus Gonna Be Here" killed off a main character before the opening credits, it was safe to say that no one was...well, safe in the show's final year. Last night's "Fire in the Hole" pulled off a few unexpected surprises of its own, but none so much as what befell Joe Manganiello's werewolf character Alcide Herveaux, so what does Manganiello himself have to say of the development?
‘True Blood’ season 7 spurts out its 3rd episode of the final year, “Fire in the Hole,” as Sookie and Bill attempt to lure out the infected vampires with devastating consequences, Pam and Eric reflect on their past together, and Sarah Newlin resurfaces in an unlikely position.
Usually AMC's 'The Walking Dead' forces us hungry masses wait until Comic-Con for a fresh taste of the new season, but with the "Dead, White and Blue" shambling all over the country this weekend, season 5 is just too big to be contained. Find out what happened to Carol, Tyreese and the still-living baby Judith on the tracks to Terminus in our first official clip from 'The Walking Dead' season 5!
The Fourth of July may be upon us already, but the holiday weekend won't stop 'True Blood' from spurting out its third episode of the season, especially after the shocking ending that befell last week's "I Found You." While we wait for answers, check out the first photos and clip from this Sunday's "Fire in the Hole," which might just have yet another surprise return!
Tacking on a “based on a true story” tag has always helped bolster the scare factor of horror films, but its usage has become increasingly more frequent (and less fact-based) in recent years – though that doesn’t mean we’re suddenly in the golden age of reality-based horror films. Just because a film boasts about its real world roots doesn’t mean it’s always true. What’s really scary is how often it’s not.
'The Walking Dead' season 5 will reveal a first look with this coming weekend's "Dead White and Blue" AMC marathon, but the hungry masses needn't wait for a bit of fresh blood from our favorite horror-drama! Find out what has Daryl looking rougher than usual, who survived the finale, and what Lauren Cohan thinks won't make it to TV in two new behind the scenes previews of 'The Walking Dead' season 5!
Apart from the dire straits AMC has continually found itself in with each new drama launch, 'The Walking Dead''s proposed 2015 spinoff hasn't offered much in the way of details since its original announcement. Naturally, fans of the main series are hungry for crossover potential between the two, but how does showrunner Scott Gimple see it happening down the line?
‘True Blood’ season 7 spurts out its 2nd episode of the final year, “I Found You,” as Team Sookie investigates a nearby town left behind by the infected vampires, while Lettie Mae continues her search for Tara, and the Bon Temps townspeople form a vigilante mob to deal with the growing threat.
Universal and Legendary unleashed our first 'Dracula Untold' trailer unto the world, riffing a bit on our current superhero-obsessed culture while showing off Luke Evans as the iconic vampire Dracula. But this isn't really the Bram Stoker story we've all come to know and love -- this is more like a 'Mummy'-esque prequel story.
FX's 'The Strain' took a labored approach through development, and while the first fright-filled hour of Guillermo del Toro's vampire drama will officially premiere on July 13, we have to wonder how FX will approach the series across its three books. Now, del Toro has confirmed that the series should run a total of five seasons, while the first official clip from 'The Strain' has also made its way online!
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