Look Inside, Dare You: ‘Mr. Mercedes’ Press Kit

I’m not sure where to begin other than to say I was delighted to receive a press kit from the AT&T Audience Network today for their forthcoming show, Mr. Mercedes, based on the novel by Stephen King. The press kit includes a glossy booklet, an advance screener of episodes 1 and 2, and of all […]

WATCH: A Sneak Peek at Scoring Session for ‘It’

Director ‎Andrés Muschietti gave a sneak peek of new music from It this morning. Muschietti posted the following video from today’s scoring session to his Instagram account along with the caption: RUN HAYSTACK! Benjamin Wallfisch is composing the score for It. Wallfisch’s previous credits include the horror movie Annabelle: Creation, as well as Hidden Figures […]

WATCH: ‘Stranger Things’ Cast Full Q&A from Emmy FYC Event

Less than 24 hours after wrapping Season 2 of Stranger Things, the young stars of the hit Netflix series took to Beverly Hills for a nearly hour-long live Q&A. The event, part of Netflix’s ‘For Your Consideration’ Emmy screenings, also featured executive producer Shawn Levy, creators Ross and Matt Duffer, and actor David Harbour who […]

First Look: ‘Mr. Mercedes’ Teaser Video Arrives Online!

Our first look at the TV series Mr. Mercedes, based on the novel by Stephen King, has arrived online! The teaser video includes interviews with author Stephen King, director Jack Bender, and writer David E. Kelley. All three also serve as executive producers on the 10-episode first season, premiering August 9th on the AT&T Audience […]

‘Bride of Frankenstein’ Remake & Everything We Know So Far About Dark Universe

Universal Pictures has announced the dawn of a new era in monster movies, as it intends to revive all its classic creatures under a new label entitled: Dark Universe. The studio announced this news with a dramatic new compilation video of all its great old movie monsters, which you can watch below. While the video […]

Where Ridley Scott Went Wrong With ‘Alien: Covenant’

A sequel to Prometheus (2012) and a prequel to Alien (1979), Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant serves up what could have been a deliciously diabolical recipe concocted of the best of both worlds. Instead, it’s a visual feast as lukewarm as leftovers. That’s not to say that the movie is all bad. In fact, the movie […]

The Single Greatest Moment in ‘Bates Motel’ History

Well, we’re feeling nostalgic. Tonight marks the final episode of A&E’s hit series, Bates Motel, and we’ve gotta say… the show has been so much more than we ever expected. The idea of basing an entire television series on the greatest movie ever made seemed like it would be a fast failure, as easily forgotten […]