Not only are the trailers for the upcoming season of “Freakshow” awesome, just check out the opening credits.Set in Florida circa 1952, centers on a “troupe of curiosities” that arrives at the same time that a dark entity emerges, threatening the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. It focuses on the performers and their desperate journey of survival amid the dying world of the American carny experience. American Horror story premiers Oct.8th at 10pm.
In an interview with EW, Lauren Cohan opened up about “Maggie” and her changes on the show.
“I feel like in the beginning we always knew that Maggie was a physically strong person,” Cohan said while taking a break from her EW cover shoot. “She’s a farm girl. She would have been doing work on the farm. But where we’ve gotten to by season 5 now is that she is so dependent on that physical strength. Like that’s all she is, almost. They live a pretty barbaric life. She’s definitely still a sensitive vulnerable person, but I feel like we’re kind of all animals now.”
This is the longest trailers we’ve seen yet for the new season of American Horror Story. Did I mention its one of the creepiest yet?
The CW networks “100” returns on Oct.22nd at 9pm Check out the 3 minute extended trailer below.
It’s been years since we’ve heard anything positive about a sequel to Zombieland. Although an attempt was made to do a TV series,it was not well received and thus cancelled. Now it seems that the writer of Godzilla is set to take on the project.
Sony has hired Dave Callaham for its follow-up to the hit 2009 horror-comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Insiders say Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer will oversee the script with the intention for him to helm, but there is no deal.
Deadline first reported the hiring of Callaham.
Callaham’s writing credits include this summer’s Godzillareboot, which grossed $524.9 million worldwide, and the 2010 Sylvester Stallone actioner The Expendables.
Zombieland was written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and collected $75.5 million domestically. Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin, it told the story of four people heading out on a road trip to find sanctuary during a zombie apocalypse.
Sony had been developing a sequel with Reese and Wernick until things stalled. Amazon filmed a pilot for a Zombieland series but passed on the show in May 2013. Reese blamed the pilot’s failure on negative comments from “diehard Zombieland fans.”
REBUILDING HOMES AND RECRUITING NEW FAMILY — After months of being holed up inside his compound, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) enlists the help of Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) in plotting his revenge against the Guerrera werewolves, and vows to take down anyone who poses a threat to baby Hope’s existence. Elijah watches helplessly as Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) spirals downward while mourning the loss of her daughter and struggling to adapt to her new hybrid status. Exiled by the Guerrera werewolves, who now control the French Quarter, Marcel is still reeling over the destruction of his vampire family, and attempts to rebuild his home with the help of Josh (guest star Steven Krueger). Elsewhere, Cami (Leah Pipes), who is attempting to regain some normalcy in her life, seeks comfort in a surprising place. Last, Davina (Danielle Campbell) continues her plan to use Mikael (guest star Sebastian Roche) against Klaus, but gets sidetracked when she meets the mysterious, yet charming Kaleb (guest star Daniel Sharman), who holds a few secrets of his own. Lance Anderson directed the episode written by Marguerite MacIntyre & Julie Plec (#201).
This year’s Walker Stalker convention takes place on Oct.17th-19th and it’s going to be spectacular. All VIP tickets have sold out months ago and only a limited number of multi-day passes are left. But wait! Here’s YOUR chance to try and win tickets for the entire weekend!
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“Dead Rising: Watchtower” takes place during a large-scale zombie outbreak. When a mandatory government vaccine fails to stop the infection from spreading, the four leads must evade infection while also pursuing the root of the epidemic, with all signs pointing to a government conspiracy. Politics, public paranoia, and media coverage play an important role in the story’s narrative.
Zach Lipovsky is directing the project, which was written by Tim Carter, who will also produce with Tomas Harlan under their Contradiction Films banner. Contradiction most recently produced the hit digital series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy.” Lorenzo di Bonaventura (“Transformers”) will executive produce.
Also read: Screen Gems Wins Bidding War for Mike Le’s Zombie Script ‘Patient Zero’ (Exclusive)
Crackle will debut “Dead Rising: Watchtower” in its feature-length form in the U.S. After Crackle’s exclusive distribution run, the project will also be released on SVOD, DVD, VOD and TV. Content Media Corporation will distribute “Dead Rising: Watchtower” in both feature-length and episodic formats for all international platforms.
The “Dead Rising” game franchise has sold over 7.6 million copies worldwide.
Usually we don’t post music videos on our magazine, but this one’s definitely creepy.From Maroon 5 comes “Animal”. This cool song and definitely a video worth an Emmy in the horror category…if they had one.
Recently Scott Gimple spoke to EW about the characters in season 5.
SCOTT M. GIMPLE: “Last season the characters were faced with the question in various ways. Are they too far gone? Are they too far to be people anymore? Have they been through too much, seen too much, suffered too much? Could they go back to being real people? And I think the answer at the end of the season was no, they can’t go back to being regular people. They can still have relationships, and even feel happiness, but they are never again going to be the type of human beings that they were. And potentially anyone occupying this world is no longer what was constituted being a normal person before the apocalypse. Now, this season is: Okay, they can’t go back. Who do they become? This season will define these characters. You know, last year it was is Rick the farmer or the gunslinger? Now, it’s like, okay, he’s definitely not the farmer, he’s the gunslinger. But what does that mean? Who is he going to be? What is his identity going to be at the end of the day if he can’t go back? It’s going to be an interesting journey for all of these characters. A lot of them had much better journeys to Terminus than others. Some of them actually came out ahead, some of them had incredible losses. This season, they all kind of wind up in the same place. Physically, that’s beginning, and emotionally, I think that’s going to catch up with each other.”