Kevin Smith, the man behind cult comedies Clerks, Mallrats, and Chasing Amy, is making a new movie. However, it’s not one of the many potential projects fans of his have been anticipating—it’s a mostly new horror idea called Killroy Was Here.
There aren’t many places you can experience Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, The Exorcist, The Purge, American Horror Story, and The Walking Dead all in one place, and survive the experience. In fact, there’s just one: Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights.
And likewise, set reports from Civil War tease a big scuffle. The Flash casts another comic book villain. You’re going to have to wait a teeny bit longer for Agent Carter’s return. Plus, pictures from Doctor Who’s Christmas special, iZombie gets all superheroic, and more. Behold, spoilers!
We’re getting closer to Christmas—for many, that means presents, and for the young and young at heart, Santa. But now Santa’s fiendish friend from folklore is getting the spotlight in this adorable new plush toy from Warpo—the team behind the retro Legends of Cthulhu figures. And we’ve got an exclusive first look!
Lego Batman gets a butler. Tim Miller discusses which mutants could have been part of Deadpool. Andrew Kreisberg teases Cyborg Superman on Supergirl. Greg Nicotero thinks it’s unlikely a certain Walking Dead character will ever lose a limb. Plus, details on Rob Thomas’ new sci-fi show on The CW. Spoilers Now!
It’s kind of amazing that there hasn’t been a Krampus-based horror movie released during the Holiday season. But this? This seems pretty perfect.
Jesse Eisenberg doesn’t think Batman v Superman is a “cartoonish” superhero film. Get a better look at The Force Awakens’ new Star Destroyer. Harrison Wells is returning to The Flash, but not as we know him. Plus, a new clip from The Martian, and a bunch of hints for Doctor Who. Spoilers Now!
The summer movie season is over—but the biggest films of the year are still to come. This fall’s movies include some of the most long-awaited titles in history, but also some smaller films that could become instant classics. Here are the 30 movies you need to know about in the last four months of 2015.
One of the main stars of Arrow could be gone soon. Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner dish details from the set of Age of Ultron. Hugh Jackman talks about the chance for even more superhero crossovers. Fox has found its Frankenstein monster. Plus, hints for Orphan Black and Supergirl. To Me, My Spoilers!
You may be familiar with the legend of Krampus, the horned monstrosity who also visits children on Christmas Eve, but have you seen the holiday cards with Krampus binding kids in chains or beheld the satanic delights of the Krampus Run? If not, sit back and enjoy the demonic visual sleigh ride.
This time next year, we will all celebrate the wonder of this holiday season with a brand-new Krampus movie. So start sharpening your whoopin' sticks, the anti-Claus is coming!
Which of the contradictory rumors about Episode VII's ending do you believe? A major star could play Amanda Waller in Suicide Squad. Dean DeBlois explains the questions How to Train Your Dragon 3 will address. William Shatner joins Haven. And the next Harry Potter film gears up production. Spoilers now!
If Ernest can do it, I don't know why Krampus, the legendary child-terrorizing European Christmas demon can't — but will he? You'll have to pick up Image's Krampus #1 to find out. Meanwhile Iron Fist, Doc Savage Parker and many others return in this week's comic releases!
What better way to celebrate the holiday season than with a parade? What I mean is, a parade honoring Santa's long-tongued beast buddy who gobbles up all the really bad children?
Oh man, do you know what tonight is? IT'S KRAMPUSNACHT!!! Wait, you mean you've never heard of Krampusnacht? It's only the most amazing day of the holiday season.