We’re inching our way closer to the month of October, and you know what that means – horror movies out the wazoo to celebrate Halloween, or All Hallow’s Eve, or whatever ...
Roman tells Norman the truth about their family. Olivia’s rehabilitation takes an unexpected turn. Destiny discovers what the murderers are plotting.
First Robert Rodriguez, Guillermo del Toro, and Eli Roth, now Sam Raimi – horror directors are bringing their talents from the big screen to the small screen, and the latest addition to the bloody lineup is Evil Dead.
I don’t know what I just watched, but I know it’s freaking good.
EW always brings together some of the best and most interesting stars together for what are normally fun and rousing panels. This year, Darren Franich moderates the “Brave New Warriors” panel that includes Sleepy Hollow‘s Tom Mison, Fury‘s Jon Bernthal, The Giver‘s Brenton Thwaites, Sons of Anarchy‘s Theo Rossi and Bates Motel‘s Freddie Highmore.
It’s easy to forget, at least for me, how awesome the first Sin City was. It came out back in 2005 and blew everyone’s minds due to its visual flair that was a game-changer in Hollywood, and showed how to loyally adapt a comic book into a movie with style.
Frankly, CBS pisses me off sometimes. Much of their programming is so formulaic, a bastion of procedurals, acronyms, and old-school/mediocre sitcoms carefully constructed for the average TV watcher.
Now it’s time for Legendary Pictures and less than thrilling analysis, because I’m just trying to catch up, and wrap my head around the insanity.
It’s Saturday. Hall H. I made it. Don’t want to talk about the ordeal. Chris Hardwick is moderating, as Marty McFly. Yeah, that’s a great omen.
It’s clear that after two seasons, that Arrow has secured serious fanboy cred, and is probably THE superhero/comic book TV show. Not only does it have a panel tonight (Friday), but it’s a part of the WB TV 3 hour sploosh fest tomorrow night at Hall H.
Plans don’t always go accordingly, but sometimes, it’s for the best. I succumbed to sleep and ended up avoiding massive lines in Hall H, and now find myself in Ballroom 20 for the Marvel TV panel. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter and maybe… Daredevil or Netflix stuff? I’m stoked.