Month: October 2018

Stephen King projects continue to overrun developmental slates in the entertainment industry, and it doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. Now, the Kingaissance phenomenon is homing in on a new platform in Disney’s young-adult-aimed cable channel, Freeform, which is ready to welcome a TV adaptation of one the horror master’s more recent literary efforts,
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Marvel and Disney are currently developing a limited TV series based around a Winter Soldier and Falcon team-up, according to Variety. Empire writer Malcolm Spellman has reportedly been tapped to write the series, which is set to premiere on Disney’s upcoming streaming service. Currently, it’s unclear whether the series will be live-action or animated, but
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Rebecca Hall has been cast in a lead role in Legendary’s upcoming monster showdown Godzilla Vs Kong, according to Variety. Nothing else is known about her character so far. Hall is best known for her work in the likes of The Town, Starter For 10 and Christine, but genre fans will likely know her from The Prestige, Iron Man 3 and Professor Marston
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Three years after producing 1964’s Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer but before going on to make other warm-hearted and sincere animated holiday standards like Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town, The Little Drummer Boy, Frosty the Snowman and the questionable Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Arthur Rankin and Jules Bass took a hard left turn into the
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This Castlevania article contains spoilers. Castlevania season 2 continues the story of Trevor Belmont, Alucard, and Sypha Belnades as they make their way to Dracula’s castle for a final confrontation with the Count. The second season also introduces quite a few new characters, including three big names from the video game series. You may also
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The Flash will introduce a new villain this week. Kiana Madeira guest stars as Spencer Young, who goes by the villainous name of “Spin” when giving the Flash family headaches. And while Spin is indeed a character from the comics, there are some pretty serious differences. For starters, this is a gender-swapped character. The comic
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Destiny 3 could be in development at Bungie, according to a series of rumors that recently hit Reddit. According to reliable Destiny leaker AnonTheNine (via PC Gamer), “The development is starting right now.” The Redditor also said that Bungie veterans Chris Barrett and Luke Smith are involved with the project. In a much longer thread of
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Castlevania‘s Adi Shankar is reportedly in talks to produce a TV series based on the Legend Of Zelda video game franchise, according to TheWrap. Earlier this week, Shankar shared ambiguous information regarding a new project on his Instagram profile. “I can confirm that I’m working with an iconic Japanese gaming company to adapt one of their iconic video game
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The witches of Netflix’s descent into the Archie Comics universe, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, are of a different breed than the ones you might run into selling mystical crystal amulets online. Sabrina Spellman is half-witch, half human, so she will only ever get things half right, no matter how many animals the teen witch might
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Release Date: October 30, 2018Platform: PS4 (reviewed), XBO, PCDeveloper: Cyanide StudiosPublisher: Focus Home InteractiveGenre: Horror RPG From French developer Cyanide Studios (Styx), Call of Cthulhu faithfully captures the distinctly macabre atmosphere of its source material, Chaosium’s Lovecraftian tabletop game of the same name, which released in the early ‘80s. It’s a first-person detective game requiring sharp focus and
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Let’s talk Outlander Season 4!  Starz has picked up Outlander Season 4, which will adapt Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn novel, following the adventures of Claire and Jamie in Colonial-era North Carolina, along with their daughter Bree back in 20th century. Here’s everything we know… Outlander Season 4 Release Date Starz has announced that Outlander Season 4 will premiere on Sunday,
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Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind Life Is Strange and Vampyr, is developing a new game called Twin Mirror. The new game tells the story of a man named Sam who returns to his hometown of Basswood, West Virginia to attend a friend’s funeral. This seemingly simple event becomes far more dramatic when Sam wakes up one
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This is a guest post from Seth Dickinson, author of The Traitor Baru Cormorant and its sequel The Monster Baru Cormorant, a geopolitical fantasy about a woman trying to take an empire down from the inside. Hi! Like many of you, I grew up in the 90s, the golden age of PC gaming. Now that
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The Berlin Wall’s magic was supposed to last forever… From Deutschland 86 to Atomic Blonde, the Cold War-era spy genre is enjoying a cultural resurgence, and W.L. Goodwater’s alternate history magical spy novel, Breach, is a delightfully supernatural addition. “We seem to be inching back towards the Cold War,” Goodwater told Den of Geek at San
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With Halloween fast approaching, we’re due for another round of the shockingly good DC/Hanna Barbera crossovers, and DC sent us an exclusive preview of Nightwing/Magilla Gorilla from Heath Corson (from the also-shockingly good Bizarro) and Tom Grummett (Superboy). We’ve already had a number of insanely good comics from DC’s Hanna Barbera line – both individual
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This Kidding review contains spoilers. Kidding Episode 8 Kidding typically leans more heavily on the drama side of the dramedy equation, but “Philliam” is the series at its most harrowing. Taking a break from the present-day storyline to explore the Pickles’ home life prior to Phil’s death and the lethal injection of Jeff’s prison pen
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The Marvel Universe is known for superheroes but it’s also home to some of the greatest classic monsters ever to shamble onto a comic book page. Beginning in the early 1970s, some scary residents moved in. Marvel has its own Dracula, its own Frankenstein Monster, its own Mummy, its own werewolf (two actually) and even
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This article comes from Den of Geek UK. In the realm of video games at least, the 1980s was a comparatively sunny period: it was the era that gave us bright and cheerful classics like Super Mario Bros., Bubble Bobble, and Monty Mole. Yet beneath that pleasant exterior stirred something darker and much nastier. Just
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Battlefield V‘s battle royale mode is officially titled Firestorm. The mode will arrive sometime in Spring 2019, several months after the release of the game on Nov. 20. As revealed during a Battlefield V preview in September (which included details of the game’s various modes), Firestorm is Battlefield‘s take on the battle royale mode, but it’s
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Other than superheroes, one genre has ruled the comic book world. Of course, that genre is horror, and since Halloween is imminent, we thought we’d take this opportunity to pay tribute to some of the greatest horror comics ever published. Now listen, these are just some of the groundbreaking, vitally important horror comics that have
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CAUTION: Daredevil season 3 spoilers ahead. A week has passed since Daredevil Season 3 debuted on Netflix. A lot has already happened in that time, including the streaming giant’s decision to cancel two of its fellow Marvel-produced shows, Iron Fist and Luke Cage. Considering all the critical acclaim and praise from fans that Daredevil‘s latest installment
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