The new series from "Squibillies" and "Aqua Teen" co-creator Dave Willis and Casper Kelly ("Squidbillies," "Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law," "Stroker & Hoop") shows the lighter side of working for the dark, infernal lord.
According to Asian Media Wiki, the director of the violent/introspective/mysterious "Suicide Club," "Noriko's Dinner Table," and "Love Exposure" is tackling Santa Inoue's manga about warring gangs in the streets of Tokyo.
Writer and (from what I'm hearing from those who worked with him) all around nice guy Don Payne has died of as of yet undisclosed causes. "Thor: The Dark World" actress Kat Dennings was one of the first to alert fans that Payne had passed, tweeting yesterday "A wonderful, beautiful man has passed away. Don Payne, I am lucky to have known you. You are so missed."
Jonathan Levine's ("50/50," "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane") horror-comedy "Warm Bodies" is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on June 4th. Hit the jump to find out what's on Summit's planned DVD/Blu release.
Hitchcock and Burton get their days outdoors and "Beetlejuice" and "The Birds" are screened under the stars in New York.
The pair of free screenings is part of Tribeca's Drive-in Outdoor series as part of the Tribeca Family Festival which lets you and your family wander up to watch a pair of classic movies next month.
She was menaced by a voodoo doll in "Trilogy of Terror," led the murderous Firefly clan in Rob Zombie's "House of 1000 Corpses," and helped young Hunter Carson fight back against the E.T.'s in "Invaders From Mars." Now Karen Black--whose had many memorable, excellent roles outside of horror--is very ill and she's looking for help.
Or, how terrific indie creators are finding ways to get projects made outside of the studio system with the help of fans.
Cox, the man who put the green glow in the trunk with "Repo Man" and (wisely) thought Gary Oldman would make a pretty raw and dangerous Sid Vicious ("Sid and Nancy"), is enlisting backers to help him fund a low-budget intergalactic war story about grunts replacing fuses on a spaceship.
You can enjoy those Aquaman jokes in HD as often as you want as Warner Brothers reveals the July 9 release date for the "Robot Chicken DC Comics Special."
The 80-page OGN, released this week by Dark Horse, asks one of the big lingering questions from the first "Avatar" series written by Gene Luen Yang.
The third season of the TNT's "Falling Skies" will debut with a two-hour premiere, some possible developments and that whole "second alien faction" thing.
The actress who played Amy Pond crosses the, uh, pond for an upcoming episode of the Adult Swim series.
- Tom Taylor