RUDE PLANET Presents: LOW TIDE A wayward author begins losing his mind during quarantine and murders a helpless Funko Pop. While you’re there, please SUBSCRIBE!
Since everyone is stuck at home, it only makes sense that there are those out there with too much time on their hands. A few weeks ago it was rumored that the recently released, and despised cinematic adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats had a
The Illuminatus! Trilogy is coming to television and Hivemind is in on the conspiracy. Hivemind, the production company behind The Expanse and Witcher, is partnering with writer-director Brian Taylor (Crank, Happy!) and the European production company Kallisti to adapt The Illuminatus! Trilogy, the off-kilter bookshelf
FANTASY ISLAND Official Trailer (2020) Blumhouse Horror PLOT: A horror adaptation of the popular ’70s TV show about a magical… Source: FANTASY ISLAND Official Trailer (2020) Blumhouse Horror I suppose The Banana Splits wasn’t enough, it looks like Fantasy Island is getting the horror treatment.
Take a look at this fucking thing!
The trailer for Netflix’s upcoming Rudy Ray Moore biopic has dropped and it looks great. Dolemite is My Name has an impressive cast, but more importantly stars Eddie Murphy as Rudy Ray Moore. I am impressed, Murphy has much much more than a passing resemblance
Deadline reports that Carlton Cuse and Jason Fuchs will both showrun and write the adaptation of Adams’ beloved sci-fi series for the streaming service. The story follows hapless Englishman, and noted towel fan, Arthur Dent on his adventures across the cosmos after the earth is
It’s Comic Con season and it is that time of the year when the nerds come out of their basements and we get flooded with tons of news, updates, and trailers. There’s no way I’m going to cover it all, nor would I want to.
Let just put this out there right away, Creepshow and Creepshow 2 are classics. If you’ve seen them, then you know. Both films featured stories by Stephen King, with the first film being directed by George A. Romero. There was a third film in the
Mad magazine, the satirical publication famous for asking, “What, me worry?” and its gap-toothed, big-eared mascot Alfred E. Neuman, is coming off newsstands and will largely stop publishing new content, its owner DC said an email Wednesday night. DC said that after Issue 10, there