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‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Teases First Trailer Footage, New Necronomicon Photos

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 7, 2015 @ 12:52 AM
Starz’s Ash Vs. Evil Dead gave us a taste of groovy Bruce reprising his chainsaw-wielding icon, as will Friday’s Comic-Con 2015 panel Hail to the King by a full trailer, but why wait? Bruce Campbell himself has revealed the first footage of the new Sam Raimi series, while an inside look at the Necronomicon also previews the Deadites’ return.

‘Hannibal’ Season 4 Officially Passed On By Amazon and Netflix

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 6, 2015 @ 6:53 PM
Gaumont International
The window to save Hannibal grows smaller with each passing day, leaving fans particularly anxious of the upcoming Comic-Con 2015 panel, which may prove the show’s last. That fate grows only more grim today, as Bryan Fuller confirms both Amazon and Netflix have passed on a fourth season.

New ‘Crimson Peak’ Character Posters are Vividly Spooky

by Britt Hayes July 6, 2015 @ 6:53 PM
The latest batch of character posters from Crimson Peak echo the first motion poster for Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror story, which featured Mia Wasikowska bathed in neon blue and red. That vivid coloring contrasted with empty blackness made quite the impression, and the latest characters posters are similarly striking.

Robert Kirkman’s ‘Outcast’ Conjures First Cinemax Poster and Photo

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 6, 2015 @ 2:19 PM
Skybound / Cinemax
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has plenty to show off at Comic-Con 2015 between either of AMC’s two zombie dramas, but what of Cinemax’s forthcoming exorcism thriller Outcast? The first poster for the new series has arrived, along with a new comic cover that reveals Gone Girl star Patrick Fugit in the central role.

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 to Fill in Unexplored Comic Backstory

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 6, 2015 @ 12:42 PM
The latter half of The Walking Dead’s most recent season followed its comic Alexandria arc nearly to the letter, but will Season 6 start diverging, or continue along Robert Kirkman’s work? A new interview with showrunner Scott Gimple previews that not only will Season 6 bring some heavily comic-adapted material, but also fill in backstory the books never addressed.

‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ Photos Highlight Zombie Killers in Corsets

by Britt Hayes July 3, 2015 @ 10:21 AM
Screen Gems
Screen Gems is taking Pride and Prejudice and Zombies to Hall H next week at Comic-Con, where we’ll likely see the first trailer from the upcoming period horror flick. Ahead of the studio’s appearance at the con next week, they’ve released a batch of new photos from the film, which is based on the Seth Grahame-Smith mashup novel of the same name.

New ‘Hannibal’ Season 3 Spoilers Tease Arrival of ‘The Great Red Dragon’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 2, 2015 @ 6:19 PM
Hannibal buzz has spelled plenty of doom and gloom in recent weeks, with Season 4 seeming less and less likely, though we at least have nine incredible hours to go in Season 3. And who better to testify to that, than “The Great Red Dragon“ himself? A new synopsis previews Hannibal’s adaptation of the classic Thomas Harris novel, but be warned of spoiling future episodes!

New ‘Walking Dead’ Season 6 Photos Look Suspiciously Like Daryl, Glenn and Maggie

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 2, 2015 @ 10:17 AM
The Walking Dead Season 6 gave a us a taste of fresh hell by its Comic-Con poster and first new character image, but in the aftermath of Season 5 finale “Conquer,” did you ever ask yourself, “Do Daryl, Glenn and Maggie still look like regular, sweaty humans?” Thankfully, new images from Season 6 put to rest such nightmare-inducing queries.

‘Hannibal’ Cast Released From Contracts, Is Season 4 Officially Off the Menu?

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 1, 2015 @ 9:21 PM
Gaumont International
Hannibal fans have had an easy enough time keeping hope alive after NBC’s cancellation, what with universal praise and the potential for networks like Amazon to negotiate another course, but has time officially run out? Options on Hannibal’s cast have officially expired, making the ravenously-desired Season 4 renewal a much trickier prospect.

‘The Birds’ Scares Up a Director for Michael Bay’s Remake

by Britt Hayes July 1, 2015 @ 5:40 PM
A remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (or any Hitchcock, for that matter) seems absurdly unreasonable and destined to fail. A remake of The Birds from producer Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes banner seems even more absurdly unreasonable, but here we are. The remake has been in development for some time now, but Bay & Co. have finally found a brave soul to volunteer their services.