For those of you who grew up loving it as much as I did, you’ll be pleased to know that The Real Ghostbusters animated series is now streaming on Netflix. The Real Ghostbusters began its run in 1986, two years after the release of the first film, and aired until 1991, with 140 episodes in total airing over the course of seven seasons. With five long years between films, this series was a godsend to rabid Ghostbusters fans and became an immediate hit.
In December at their 2017 Genre Showcase event, 20th Century Fox previewed the first 42 minutes of Logan, the eagerly awaited final chapter of the Wolverine saga. Daily Dead was in attendance at the event, and to give readers a big idea of what to expect, we have highlights from director James Mangold's comments at the event, as well as our impressions of the intense footage that was shown.
At their recent 2017 Showcase, 20th Century Fox previewed footage from the highly-anticipated Alien: Covenant, and it did not disappoint. Ridley Scott shows no signs of mellowing with age, as the clips contained some of the most brutal, visceral, and jaw-dropping scenes in the entire franchise. Here are my impressions of what we saw that day, and I’ve also included some interview highlights from the recent panel too.
I knew almost nothing about A Cure for Wellness prior to Fox’s 2017 Showcase event, except that it was the latest from Gore Verbinski, director of The Ring and the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, and that the first teaser videos quietly released a few weeks ago were the perfect combination of bizarre and mysterious, putting it right to the top of my “must-see without knowing anything more about it” list.