"There are no losers. You either win, or you die!"
The heroes of director Steven Kostanski's "Manborg" are going to have to work together if they want to survive the rocket sled-riding killers of this post-apocalyptic arena.
If the blog The Animation Guild is to be believed, the "Family Guy" spinoff from co-creator Seth MacFarlane won't be back for a fifth season.
Want to see a high school boy be dragged into a web of blackmail, manipulation, and eeeevil? Then you might want to check out the animated psychological drama "Flowers of Evil," based on the manga from Shuzo Oshimi out later this year from Sentai Filmworks.
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Perhaps recognizing that there's nowhere left to go, Showtime has officially confirmed that the eighth season of the serial killer of serial killers drama "Dexter" will be its last.
Deadline reports that "The Matrix" and "Lethal Weapon" producer Joel Silver is on board to remake 1985's sexy Frankenstein tale for pent-up teens, "Weird Science." And with the writer he's got attached, I think I could see myself getting into it.
"The world's for the livin'. The R.I.P.D.'s gonna keep it that way."
During CinemaCon, Disney confirmed that they're not too worried about "Star Wars" overload among the faithful with a planned new feature release every summer following "Episode VII" in 2015. The J.J. Abrams-directed film will launch an alternating year strategy of sequels followed by standalone movies.
In maybe the quickest comics-to-screen adaptation for DC, 2011's universe-shattering "Flashpoint" event in coming to DVD and Blu-ray this summer in the animated feature "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox."
See the "Captain America" star alongside Tilda Swinton, and the great Song Kang-ho in this collection character posters from the upcoming sci-fi, English-language debut of Bong Joon-ho ("The Host," "Memories of Murder").
And I'm disappointed the DVD cover has lost the baby.
Plus, the guy who played Rufio in "Hook" is in it.