This week, we say a temporary farewell to several shows, including Person of Interest, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, and Grimm, while Star-Crossed ends its alien-human romance for good. See all the clips and details below!
What's going to bring the Proletheans and Dyad into competition on Orphan Black? Ryan Murphy promises a terrifying clown on American Horror Story: Freak Show. Check out a first look at Shyamalan's Twin Peaks-esque TV show. And photos from the set of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. Spoilers now!
Sleepy Hollow casts its Ben Franklin as a recurring character. There will be a time jump between seasons 1 and 2 of The Tomorrow People. And Gotham gets a series order. Plus, new looks at Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Rosemary's Baby. Spoilers now!
We've been excited about the http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbueZc…Rosemary's Baby because Zoe Saldana. And now our excitement is only being justified because she is just killing it in the first ever clip from the remake.
Two new spooky TV shows premiere this week as The Tomorrow People and Once Upon a Time wrap up their seasons. Plus, zombie drama In the Flesh returns and a powerful Arrow character is back in Starling City. See all the details below!
Historical Twitter accounts are fun, but they're also lousy with fakes. That's not a problem with @OnePerfectShot, an account that tweets beautifully framed stills from classic movies. According to creator Geoff Todd, the account's mission is to "honor the past and... inspire a new generation of perfect shots." That's…
No one will ever be able to top the 1968 horror classic Rosemary's Baby, but the NBC TV movie starring Zoe Saldana as the lead and Jason Isaacs as coven leader Roman Castevet, doesn't look all that bad. Behold!
We've been waiting on tenterhooks for NBC to tell us when their Rosemary's Baby remake would premiere, and now we know: May 11th, 2014. That's still nearly a month away, but there are more photos to slake your curiosity until then.
The more we see of the Rosemary's Baby TV miniseries starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana and Jason Isaacs as the cult leader, the more excited we get. A good reboot, you say?
There are more photos and details from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Plus Agents of SHIELD already has plans for seasons two and three. And new details from Under the Skin and The Machine. Plus watch more Game of Thrones trailers, and a Walking Dead finale clip. Spoilers right now!
We're actually fairly excited for NBC's upcoming Rosemary's Baby remake, and not just because they have main character Zoe Saldana in the Mia Farrow haircut (although that helps). But overall we're just genuinely excited for more TV horror! Check out the first stills and teaser from the miniseries right now.
There's another crazy Star Wars casting rumor, involving Dame Judi Dench! Could Mary Jane be recast for Amazing Spider-Man 3? NBC's added major castmembers to its Rosemary's Baby series and greenlit a Oz-based show. Plus, the executive producers preview Once Upon a Time's return. Spoilers now!
The more we hear about the Rosemary's Baby miniseries remake, the more excited we get. And now that Zoe Saldana has been cast in the lead, we're hooked. Just look at that talent behind this 4-hour feature.
The trend of horror television will not stop — hooray! Entertainment Weekly reports that the classic 1968 movie Rosemary's Baby is getting a rebooted as a four-hour, miniseries on NBC.
Aren't you tired of those goody-goody heroes saving the day in every movie? When they walk off into the sunset, all happy and fulfilled, doesn't it eat into your bitter, desiccated soul? Here are a few great movies that let you take the edge off that anger. In these, the heroes are doomed. Dooooomed!
What is the scariest science fiction or fantasy film of all time? Which movies stand above the rest off all horror flicks as the most terrifying?
New York is famous as a breeding ground for monsters. With the metropolis about to get ripped to shreds on Friday in giant monster flick Cloverfield, NY's love affair with deadly, inhuman beasts is on our minds. HP Lovecraft wrote back in the 1920s that the Red Hook neighborhood was built over a vast, subterranean…