Even though FX has explained nothing for the new and sixth season of American Horror Story (set to air Sept 14 on FX of course), it hasn’t stopped them from putting out mind bending and very strange teasers lately. The newest one nicely ties all of the seasons (both past and whatever this one will presently be) and makes you remember the odd and disturbing routes the shown has gone. All of this leaves us with our heads scratching and asking the same question, what comes next?
The CW has recently announced that it is working on a television adaptation of the 1987 film The Lost Boys. With Rob Thomas (iZombie) leading the helm, the series is set to be a seven season, anthology style series. Continue reading Lost Boys Coming To CW?→
20th Century Fox has just released a behind the scenes look for the upcoming Tim Burton film Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children. Based on the best-selling series by Ransom Riggs, Riggs himself takes a tour of the house where you get to meet a few special guests along the way.
This weekend while covering Wizard World Chicago, I came across this booth and fell in love. I stopped and spoke with the lovely rep Shuwho gave me the low down on SHUDDERand being a huge horror fan…“Hello, Shallow Graves Magazine here…”, I could hardly wait to check it out, and for all the horror fans out there, this is exactly what we have needed and asked for.
On this day in 1890, the birth of a child would set forth a chain of events that would alter history as we know it!!! Sounds a bit dramatic, but still, H.P. Lovecrafts writing has lead to some great moments in cinematic history with visuals as well as story telling. Sadly, it has also lead to some blunders. That is a story for another time though. Here are 5 prime examples of Howard Philip Lovecrafts influence on cinema…
New information has come out for the remake of Stephen Kings IT! Along with a video of the location for 29 Neibolt Street, it has recently come to light that Javier Botet will be playing the leper version of Pennywise who inhabits it.
NME has just announced that the once lost soundtrack to the David Howie classic, The Man Who Fell To Earth, will be released for the first time in over 40 years. The score is comprised of compositions by Japanese prog-rock musician Stomu Yamash’ta and John Philips, the frontman for The Mamas and the Papas and will be on the double vinyl version.