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Sunset, 9/22/16

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

Welcome to autumn, folks. This welcome good only in the northern hemisphere.

It's Man Vs. Corporation in the New Trailer for Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's Syfy Show 

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Incorporated, executive produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, is set 60 years in the future, a time when big corporations have taken over completely. One man decides to take on the business world—or, more specifically, the business that runs the world. Take a look at the new trailer. Read more...

Pararmount After Dark Tour returns for Halloween 2016

Paramount Pictures resurrects the Halloween version of its traditional studio tour, titled Paramount After Dark Tour: Tales From the Other Side. Guests

Who’s Going to Be in Batman’s Version of the Suicide Squad?

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Next month, Batman’s going to assemble a special team to penetrate the stronghold of one of his most fearsome enemies—a team with total deniability, who’ll do things the Justice League can’t—or won’t. Sound familiar? We don’t know who’s on the Bat-Suicide-Squad yet, but let’s take some guesses. Read more...

[Comic Preview] “Vampire Hunter D: Message From Mars” #1 From Stranger Comics

Earlier this year, Unified Pictures announced that they would be crowdfunding a comic adaption of an incredibly rare Vampire Hunter D short story titled “Message From Cecile”. Dubbed “Vampire Hunter D: Message From Mars“, the story features writing by Brandon Easton (Bad Moon Rising) and artwork from Michael Broussard (The Darkness, Captain Midnight, The Walking […]

A Woman Continues Her Family's Grisly Work in the Eerie Trailer for The Eyes of My Mother

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Horror rendered in black-and-white can convey a haunting quality that the goriest of blood-reds could never dream of achieving. No wonder contemporary filmmakers are still fond of it. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is a recent example—as is The Eyes of My Mother, from writer-director Nicolas Pesce. Read more...

INFOGRAPHIC: Where Does Star Trek Online Fit Into Canon?

Cryptic, makers of the hit game Star Trek Online, have just released this handy infographic explaining where the video game’s story fits into Star Trek canon, which can get confusing what with six series, thirteen movies, and multiple timelines. Download the full resolution version here

PUFF 2016 Presents: “DEAD BODY” and the Modern Murder Mystery, plus Giveaway/Ticket Announcement!

3 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

For almost as long as the horror genre has been around, so has the murder mystery subgenre. Whether it’s tale of dubious claims on grand fortunes or veiled metaphors for sexual repression, murder mysteries often depicted enigmatic lunatics that were often revealed to be the character you’d least suspect. And as the horror genre evolved, […]

Bates Motel casts a Norma Bates doppelganger for its final season

The final season of Bates Motel is gearing up to be a doozy. When last we heard from the show, they were making the truly inscrutable decision to cast Rihanna as Janet Leigh's ill-fated showerer Marion Crane, but now we're getting...Show More Summary

Mjolnir's Weird 'New' Comic Book Power in Thor Isn't Actually New at All

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

In this week’s issue of The Mighty Thor, Thor’s trusty hammer gets to do something totally strange, and unlike anything we’ve seen it do in a long time. But while people are freaking out about this strange “new power,” it’s not really new. It’s more of a mix of some weird and wonderful things the hammer’s done in the past. Read more...

Ryan Murphy promises a big twist is coming on American Horror Story: Roanoke

American Horror Story: Roanoke is two episodes in, and already Ryan Murphy is making big promises about big things down the line. According to the showrunner and his partner Brad Falchuk in an interview with EW, fans can expect a big...Show More Summary

The Original Westworld Movie Had a Really Dark View of What It Meant to Be Human

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

On October 2, the 1973 scifi movie Westworld will be reimagined as a sleek, modern TV series courtesy of HBO. Given that the show is produced by the likes of Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams, expectations are sky-high—but what about the movie it’s based on? I decided it was time to re-watch the film and see if it holds up. Read more...

Today Marks the Arrival of Fall! How Are You Celebrating?

Today officially marks the first day of Fall, the wonderful third season where the leaves change colors and fall to the ground, where rainy days are ever approaching, where the morning air gets crisper and the evenings require a jacket. Well, all of this is true if you live in the right region. Otherwise, enjoy […]

Exclusive Look at Vestron Video’s ‘Blood Diner’ Blu-ray!

Next week (September 27th) marks the release of the first two Vestron Video Collector’s Series Blu-rays from Lionsgate with Chopping Mall and Blood Diner. Bloody Disgusting has received an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray special features to share with readers. Show More Summary

Magnet Dates ‘The Eyes of My Mother’ With a Poster and Trailer!

Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, announced that they will release The Eyes of My Mother, the hauntingly beautiful and shockingly original debut from filmmaker Nicolas Pesce, in theaters and on VOD platforms December 2nd. The announcement comes ahead of the Fantastic Fest screening, which is highlighted with the gorgeous one-sheet and trailer. Our […]

Check out John Fallon's collection of BTS photos from Eric Red's 100 Feet!

As some of you may know, on Thursday, October 27th the Alamo Drafthouse in Denver is hosting a screening of Eric Red's 2008 ghost story 100 FEET, starring Famke Janssen, Ed Westwick, Bobby Cannavale, and our very own John Fallon AKA The Arrow. But I bet you didn't know that John Fallon has a massive collection of behind-the-scenes photos from his... Read More...

Transfomers: The Last Knight Goes Behind-the-Scenes With Its Real Star, Britain's Loneliest Dog

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

A few months ago, it was reported that Michael Bay cast a poor shelter pup named Freya in the fifth Transformers movie, after reading about her in a UK newspaper. Now the film’s released a whole featurette about her starring role, which will no doubt be as exciting as Optimus fighting a dragon whatever other shenanigans will go on in the film. Read more...

Giveaway: “The Mind’s Eye” DVD

We have 2 copies of THE MIND'S EYE on DVD to giveaway to our Slice of SciFi fans and listeners! To enter, just follow the instructions in the widget, leave a comment answering the question. The contest runs until October 4, midnight Pacific time, winners will be randomly selected. Also, check out the Slice of SciFi interview with writer/director Joe Begos.   [Read more...]

The Original Superman Still Knows How to Embarrass Batman

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

This week DC Comics launched Trinity, a new series focusing on the relationship between Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman—and it shines a humanizing light on the World’s Finest in a way other series really can’t. It also reminds us that a) Batman’s history is filled with hilarious moments, and b) Bruce Wayne is a terrible, miserable dinner guest. Read more...

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