“My first trip after being smacked by a van and almost killed was to the movies (Deep Blue Sea, as a matter of fact; I went in my wheelchair and loved every minute of it).” -Stephen King You know that movie about the killer sharks? No, not Jaws (or Jaws 2, 3 or 4). Not The Shallows or Open Water either. Don’t even […]
…and burning through the witches and slamming in the back of my DRAGULA!!! AMC has released a deleted scene from the first episode of the sixth season of “The Walking Dead“, which will be hitting home video formats on August 23rd. The scene shows Glenn and Nicholas exchanging words and working on their complicated relationship. […]
We already posted a fun easter egg hunt for Netflix’s “Stranger Things” but people keep finding all sorts of new homages and references to classic sci-fi and horror films of the past. Take, for example, Ulysse Thevenon, who created a video that put clips from “Stranger Things” next to 70’s and 80’s films like Poltergeist, […]
Another episode of Scream brings us yet another dream sequence. When is Scream going to stop faking us out with dream sequences where someone gets stabbed, only to cut to Emma waking up in fear? It’s become old hat at this point so there really isn’t anything else to say on the subject, except that it was lazy last season, […]
Netflix’s “Stranger Things is still the number one water cooler discussion piece even more than a week after its release. Honestly, it’s for good reason. The show is wickedly smart, highly entertaining, and provides just enough answers to have great discussions while still leaving enough mysteries for people to say, “We just don’t know.” Most […]
Near the end of my phone interview with filmmakers Corey Asraf and John Swab, I asked them about the fate of one of the characters in their debut feature Let Me Make You a Martyr (read our review). “What do you think happened?!” was their reply. “That’s what we want to know…we’re sick of everything […]
This week, two more members of the WildClaw Theatre Group stop by to talk about what goes into creating the Deathscribe performances. Chris Walsh, the literary manager of WildClaw Theatre Group, and Josh Zagoren, the artistic director of WildClaw stop by. Show More Summary
While there wasn’t a “Twin Peaks” panel at the San Diego Comic Con, original star Ray Wise, who played “Leland Palmer”, was in attendance for Batman: Killing Joke panel. It was there that he revealed a few details for the upcoming third season, which comes 26 years after the series originally ended. Related: Entire “Twin […]
Get your dance moves in order—you know the ones—because here’s our best look yet at Fox’s new production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show It’s got more Frank-N-Furter, more Time Warp, and yes, even a teeny tiny bit of Tim Curry. Read more...
Adapting a short film into a full-length feature can prove to be a troubling task. All too frequently, there just isn’t enough material to mine out of the short film to stretch out into a 90-minute film. Or the creator/director can be too close to his/her original product and be unwilling to make necessary changes […]
Making it in Hollywood as a screenwriter can be a tricky business, especially if you’re primarily focus is on the horror genre. Bloody Disgusting had the opportunity to catch up with screenwriter, producer and director Eric Heisserer about his upcoming film Lights Out (our review). We also took advantage of the time we had to speak with […]
Three years ago, David F. Sandberg’s short film Lights Out took the internet by storm, so it was only a matter of time before Hollywood decided to turn it into a full-length feature. Luckily for us, it seems to have worked in everyone’s favor. After premiering at the Los Angeles Film Festival (read our review) to rave reviews, […]
In the run up to the general release of Star Trek Beyond, several new videos have emerged. They include interviews with cast...
With ‘Stranger Things’ reopening the gate to excellent alternate dimension storytelling, we dig into some of the other best examples! “Children, somewhere in South Park, something has created a door to the evil, parallel universe!” Stranger Things is a love letter to ‘80s hard sci-fi in the best possible way. While it wags influences like […]
Fantasy Book Critic is excited to be a part of the Ababella of Mars blog tour. This fun, fast paced sci-fi fantasy novel has a historical flare and is filled with fun and excitement. Today, we are pleased to welcome David D. Levine to...Show More Summary
After portraying Dean Thomas in the Harry Potter films, Alfred Enoch has been starring in US drama How to Get Away With Murder, and is currently taking a break from TV to play Edmund in a filmed, critically-acclaimed theatrical production of Shakespeare’s King Lear, which will also star Don Warrington. Show More Summary
This is another one of those visual background noise things I like to make. I used some public domain moving images that I found at Internet Archive, did a bunch […]
BY JAMES DePAULIG: @smartestadvertising From busting ghosts on TV, to ghostbusting at Comic-Cons, the following list all have a few things in common. The first is that all of them have been inspired by the original "Ghostbusters" films,...Show More Summary
Earlier today, we got a first look at Idris Elba as Roland Deschain, aka “The Gunslinger”, from Stephen King’s book-to-film adaptation of The Dark Tower. Now, EW has revealed Matthew McConaughey as Walter o’Dim, who is known to readers as “The Man in Black”, a particularly evil individual and the main antagonist of the series. […]
If you didn’t grow up in the American Midwest, you’ve probably never truly experienced the fury of a tornado-spewing summer thunderstorm. Wedding photographer Mike Olbinski spends his spare time chasing those storms, and edited 60,000 frames worth of timelapses into this six-minute montage called Vorticity that will leave you with a new respect for Mother Nature. Read more...