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SyFy Adapting Harrow County Comic For New Show

The SyFy channel is currently developing a new series based on Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook’s Dark Horse comic Harrow County. Dominion and Twelve Monkeys writer, Becky Kirsch, will be penning the adaption.     Horror County focuses on Emmy, who has always known that the woods surrounding her home is filled with goblins, ghosts and […]

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Idris Elba To Star In The New Adaption Of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower

  For a while now the franchise based on Stephen King’s novels has almost become a movie, a show, and back and forth, with no project actually seeing completion. We reported back in December of 2014 that the first ‘The Dark Tower’ Film was coming, but the cast and director has since changed. Now, once again, a Dark […]

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AMC Developing A Supernatural Series Based On Joe Hill’s Novel NOS4A2

The 2013 bestselling novel NOS4A2, by Joe Hill, the son of literary legend Stephen King, is getting a TV adaption by AMC according to Deadline. Michael Eisner’s Tornante TV and AMC Studios will be producing the project. The supernatural story centers on Victoria “Vic” McQueen, a young woman with the uncanny ability for finding things […]

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The X-Files finally comes to Blu-Ray

Tomorrow (December 8th), believers will finally be able to hunt spooks with Special Agents Mulder and Scully in glorious high definition as the complete series FINALLY comes to Blu-Ray! While I am personally excited to have finally have this release, I am a little shocked by the sticker price, a whopping $299.99 (WITHOUT tax)! However, Amazon […]

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Just Say No To George Lucas (Episode II)

It’s tempting to leave the brilliant Mr. Plinkett Star Wars prequel reviews to suffice for this post. I think they should be used in film classes everywhere. Red Letter Media’s brilliant look at what went wrong with the franchise is without equal and perfectly nails everything wrong with three installments that scarred memories and almost […]

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‘A Monster Calls’ Starring Liam Neeson And Sigourney Weaver

‘The Orphanage’ director J.A. Banyona’s new film, ‘A Monster Calls’, is based on the Youth novel of the same name by Patrick Ness. Ness also penned the screenplay for the film.     The story centers on Conor, a 13-year-old boy coping with his mother’s terminal illness. Conor, waking from the same nightmare he’s been […]

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Ex Machina Director Alex Garland’s Next Project Annihilation Under Way

Alex Garland’s latest project, titled Annihilation, is now in pre-production. Jane the Virgin actress Gina Rodriguez is eyeing the lead role in the film, and will star along side Natalie Portman.   Annihilation is based on the novel by Jeff VanderMeer, by the same name. The film follows a group of women on a dangerous […]

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Creepypasta’s Channel Zero, Featuring Candle Cove, To Be New Show On SyFy

SyFy has picked up the anthology series Channel Zero and has already green lit the series for two six-episode seasons. The first season of Channel Zero is based on the creepypasta story “Candle Cove” by Kris Straub. It follows someone with obsessive recollections of a mysterious children’s television show from the 1980’s – and the show’s […]

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Is George Lucas THE PHANTOM MENACE? EPISODE I

George Lucas has been kicked around for the facial he gave us with the Star Wars prequels. While he’s taken a new drubbing in the media (Mostly as to why he’s not directing new Star Wars films/not asked to), it all adds to the hype for the upcoming Episode VII, but take a look: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/13/george-lucas-star-wars-episode-vii_n_6462960.html […]

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Fox Debuts New Trailers For Their Upcoming Series ‘Lucifer’

  DC’s character Lucifer, from ‘The Sandman’ comics and it’s spin-off comic titled ‘Lucifer’, is joining the list of adaptions for TV, that includes ‘Constantine’, ‘Arrow’,  ‘Preacher’, Robert Kirkman’s ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Outcast’.     The character ‘Lucifer’ was created by Neil Gaiman, Mike Dringenberg and Sam Keith, which premiered in ‘The Sandman’ in […]

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