SyFy just rolled out a whole set of airdates for their new and returning shows, but the two we've been following with the most interest are both hitting in the same week this coming September. The first of these is Van Helsing, their gender-bent twist on a classic character. Show More Summary
Syfy announced today at TCA that it will debut the futuristic thriller “Incorporated” on Wednesday November 30, reports Deadline. The series stars Sean Teale, Dennis Haysbert and Julia Ormond, with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck among the exec producers. Syfy also announced premiere dates for new series “Van Helsing” (Friday, September 23), “Channel Zero: Candle […]
Syfy announced today at TCA that it will debut the futuristic thriller Incorporated on Wednesday November 30. The series stars Sean Teale, Dennis Haysbert and Julia Ormond, with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck among the exec producers. Syfy...Show More Summary
The voiceover accompanying this trailer for Van Helsing, the new vampire-hunting series from Syfy, begins with “I had a dream,” and ends on, “It was no dream,” suggesting that protagonist Vanessa Helsing (Kelly Overton) has real trouble distinguishing fantasy and reality. Show More Summary
Ressurection is a bitch, apparently. Check out the trailer for Syfy's new vampire apocalypse show Van Helsing with 100% less Hugh Jackman.
“In a world where ____ (vampires) have taken over the ____ (world), humanity must _____ (band together) to ____ (survive).” Read more...
Supergirl’s producers promise Cat Grant is still around in the second season. The Combaticons are coming to Transformers: The Last Knight. Plus the Lights Out sequel is a go, a new look at the Van Helsing TV show, and who Grant Gustin wants to direct The Flash next. Spoilers Now! Read more...
A teaser promo for Syfy’s upcoming series “Van Helsing” has been released and can be found below. Just like I wrote in the headline, it plays out like some Max Max post apocalyptic world with loads of elements from both “The Walking Dead” and “The Strain”. Give it a watch and you’ll see for yourself. […]
Eric Heisserer talks with SPINOFF about his new supernatural horror film, the status of "Sandman" and his part in the new Universal Monsters universe.
The first official image has been released for Syfy’s “Van Helsing” that displays Kelly Overton as Vanessa Helsing, the daughter of famous vampire hunter and Dracula nemesis Abraham Van Helsing. She is resurrected five years in the future to find out that vampires have taken over the world and that she possesses unique power over […]
The new series stars "True Blood's" Kelly Overton as a female version of the famed vampire slayer. read more
The new Van Helsing film has an unlikely inspiration for its main character. Simon Pegg talks even more about Sulu’s family in Star Trek Beyond. Plus, new footage from Suicide Squad, and new looks at Dirk Gently and Riverdale. Spoilers get! Read more...
Slowly but surely we're getting more information about Universal's plan to build a cinematic universe around their classic movie monsters. This will also mean a new version of the monster hunter Van Helsing, whose inspiration has come from an interesting place.
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Writer Eric Heisserer teases that his primary inspiration for the mannerisms and behavior of Van Helsing is none other than Mad Max.
There’s an entire generation of moviegoers who only know the character of Van Helsing from the abysmal 2004 movie starring Hugh Jackman, and that should be a recognized as one of our great international shames. Introduced in the pages of Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel Dracula, Dr. Show More Summary
In a chat with Eric Heisserer, co-writer of the upcoming VAN HELSING movie, HitFix learned an interesting tidbit about the inspiration behind the character: I can only say that early on, our inspiration for his behavior and his mannerisms...Show More Summary
Bram Stoker’s character Abraham Van Helsing has been presented onscreen in a number of different flavors (and with some varying first names) over the years. He’s been a genial academic, a boisterous obsessive, a badass monster hunter, and soon, a female badass monster hunter. Show More Summary
I'm just going to come right out with it: I think a Van Helsing film series is a brilliant concept. That said, I don't have faith in anyone getting it right after that unruly mess of a Hugh Jackman movie in 2004. I think the concept is fantastic, though. Show More Summary
Liesel Van Helsing protects New York City from otherworldy threats, but Zenescope's new series finds her on the run from an unstoppable foe.