At today's Television Critics Association conference, NBC head Bob Greenblatt announced a couple of upcoming projects that may have FEARnet readers salivating.
Here are a few things you should know about Dracula, which premieres on NBC on October 25th.
We bring you some of our top picks for genre television series that we think should be given the big-screen treatment.
AMC has unveiled the Comic-Con exclusive poster art for Season 4 of “The Walking Dead” Take a closer look!
San Diego Comic-Con is mere moments away, and to celebrate, we're digging deep into our long boxes to take a look at some of the best horror franchises that got the inked treatment.
One need only take a quick walk through any given horror or comic convention on the planet in order to realize something that many male horror fans unfortunately don't seem to want to acknowledge: females like this stuff too!
Another example of a hilarious homemade trailer morphs the legendary sitcom into a dark thriller. Take a look!
Despite conservative groups rallying against violent and horrifying television, much of it makes it to our screens intact, thanks in large part to network self-censoring. But every once in a while, a show slips through the cracks, is withdrawn due to “sensitivity” issues, or bombarded with viewer complaints.
In a letter on his official site, the author addresses fan issues about the series based on his epic novel. Read the full text here.
Artist Andy Swist has created a cutout paper doll of Derek Hale from “Teen Wolf,” the first in a new set based on the MTV series. Find out how to make your own!