First Rosemary announced her due date(s), May 11th and 15th. Now we have the full trailer for the 4 hour re-imagining of Roman Polanski's 1968 classic
NBC is really becoming a champion of genre television. In addition to series Grimm, Hannibal, and Dracula, they are working on a four-hour remake of Ira Levin's novel Rosemary's Baby.
What's more terrifying than an individual who can convince an entire group of people to follow one belief? The people within the group, whose views are so extreme that they are willing to do whatever it takes to fulfill a prophecy.
With the 86th Academy Awards heading our way this weekend, today we shine the spotlight on 10 horror movies that made us proud at the event, over the years!
Each of the sculptures depict iconic scenes from horror movies, from Carrie White getting pig's blood dumped onto her head at the prom to the frightening reveal of the killer in 1973's Don't Look Now.
Before you go see Devil’s Due this weekend, and before Rosemary delivers the spawn of Satan on NBC, it seems only fitting that we first learn a little bit about the movie that started it all!
Due to the success of Bates Motel and Hannibal, and horror on TV in general, it was a no-brainer that other horror movies would soon find themselves on the radars of TV executives, and a handful of small screen adaptations of popular big screen horrors are indeed soon headed our way.
Set for release on January 28th of next year, the release marks the very first time Christopher Komeda's complete soundtrack for the 1968 classic has been pressed to vinyl.
Filmed during production of the 1968 classic, the documentary “Mia and Roman” offers a fascinating look at the making of a horror legend.
At today's Television Critics Association conference, NBC head Bob Greenblatt announced a couple of upcoming projects that may have FEARnet readers salivating.