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Season One may have just ended last month but DC Universe is already bringing us more Harley Quinn as a second season trailer announces the show will be back April 3, 2020.
Robert Englund Teases New Role In A “Terribly Popular Show.” Could it be Stranger Things, Supernatural, Fear the Walking Dead or even American Horror Story?
FX has released the first full trailer for What We Do in the Shadows Season 2 one month before it’s April premiere.
Set in New York City, the show follows three vampires who have been roommates for hundreds of years. In Season 2, the vampires will try to find their way in a world of human Super Bowl parties, internet trolls, an energy vampire who gets a promotion and becomes drunk on power and of course, all the ghosts, witches, necromancers, zombies and shadowy cloaked assassins who roam freely in the Tri-State area.
Check out the trailer for the second season of What We Do in the Shadows below:
Amazon Studios are bringing the classic Canadian comedians back to the small screen. The Kids in the Hall will mark Amazon’s first Canadian original series!
A new report claims that the streaming giant worked on and finished an Alien Vs Predator anime that is now just sitting there, collecting dust.
Naughty Dog’s critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic action game , The Last Of Us, is heading to Television from HBO.
Cursed Films is a five-part documentary series which explores the myths and legends behind some of Hollywood’s notoriously “cursed” horror film productions.
“I was born into this world, and my first memories of it are pain.”
I can still remember going to see The Raid: Redemption like it was yesterday. Spring of 2012 didn’t give genre fans much to talk about outside of The Cabin in the Woods, and moviegoers desperately needed some indie action flick to rave about online. And since Joseph Kahn’s Detention was released on fewer screens than there are seats in the average American movie theater, Welsh director Gareth Evans was able to slide in and gain something of a cult following with his sophomore feature, The Raid.