"It is happening again." Ahead of the series' anticipated return on May 21st on Showtime, EW has some damn fine photos (and covers) featuring familiar faces from the revival of David Lynch's Twin Peaks, including the return of what looks to be Denise Bryson (aka Dennis), the resourceful agent that David Duchovny played before he stepped into Mulder's shoes.
Following the release of Funko's Ash vs Evil Dead Pop! vinyl figures last fall, Entertainment Earth will hail to the king of the STARZ series when they release an exclusive bloody version of Ash in Funko's Pop! vinyl form this spring.
The Ghostbusters are now hiring, so you can enter their firehouse and start busting some ghosts in a new PlayStation VR experience, Ghostbusters: Now Hiring, which is teased in a brief trailer.
If you feel like there's not enough morphin' time in the day to keep up with all the Power Rangers goodies that drop before the movie hits theaters this weekend, then Daily Dead's got you covered. A new featurette was revealed, giving fans an inside look at how Saban and director Dean Israelite sought to make the Power Rangers bigger and better this time around.
Home is where the heart is, and for Paul (Antonio Banderas), it also includes a very sketchy stranger named Jack (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). A reimagining of the heart-pounding French thriller Papillon Noir, Brian Goodman's Black Butterfly is teased in a new trailer and poster ahead of its May 26th theatrical and VOD release.
Jesus, Clementine, and standoffs between the living and the living dead are featured in the tense new launch trailer for episode 3 of The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier, available to download starting on March 28th.
We recently shared our thoughts on the first footage from the new IT movie that was unveiled at SXSW, and although we're still waiting to see the first trailer from New Line Cinema and Warner Bros., a new image from the film teases what looks to be Georgie Denbrough's encounter with Pennywise at the gutter one fateful, rainy day in Derry.
Xenomorphs, Facehuggers, and their victims—what looks to be the Engineers—are intertwined in an eye-popping new poster for Alien: Covenant.
The many faces of Vault Boy from Fallout are coming soon as a part of Funko's Dorbz line. See how many you can collect this spring! Also in today's Highlights: a 16-Bit trailer for Mass Effect Andromeda by YouTuber Balazs Kalocsai, details on Danny Lacy and Mike Levine's new book, At Least You're Not These Monsters, and info on the world premiere of Syndicate Smasher.
After "A Certain Doom" of The Walking Dead #167, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard will take readers to "The Road's End" in issue #168, which features a familiar face standing where he should feel right at home: in front of a kneeling crowd.
Major's targets literally can't see what's coming in a new, nearly five-minute-long clip from Paramount Pictures' live-action Ghost in the Shell movie.
Ahead of its premiere in the "not-too-distant future" on April 14th, the trailer for Netflix's new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 teases the reopening of a notorious—and hilarious—experiment.
Trent Haaga has spent more than 15 years establishing himself in the realm of indie filmmaking. An esteemed graduate of Troma University, where he got his start as the writer on Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger 4, Haaga also penned Deadgirl and Cheap Thrills (and numerous other projects), and has made appearances in over 50 films to date. While Chop, a 2011 micro-budget horror comedy that has been grossly overlooked, may have been Haaga’s first-ever time in the director’s seat, it’s with his follow-up effort, 68 Kill, that he cements himself as a filmmaking force of nature who continues to build a strong foundation as a purveyor of cult cinema.
If you're a fan of ’80s werewolves fan, then you might start coughing up hairballs out of excitement, because Scream Factory has announced that they will be releasing Collector's Edition Blu-rays of Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too this summer.
It was a busy year for me at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival, as I had the opportunity to watch 16 films (17, including the 10th anniversary screening of Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon). Here are my thoughts on the final three films that I had a chance to see while in Austin: Like Me, Game of Death, and The Honor Farm.