When last we saw Stan Against Evil’s titular curmudgeon (John C. McGinley), things were looking awfully apocalyptic in Willard’s Mill. At the press room and panel for the IFC horror-comedy at Comic-Con, we learned a lot more about what to expect from season three, starting with this trailer:
Bobcat Goldthwait is maybe not the first name you associate with satirical genre tales, and truTV is maybe not the first channel you associate with scripted anthology series. Don’t let that stop you from seeking out the very funny, very weird Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters.
An all-star comedy cast has assembled for truTV’s new horror comedy anthology series, Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters, which premiered earlier this week with an episode starring Seth Green and a menacing cartoon bear. Now, io9 has an exclusive first look at next week’s episode.
The first Challenge Day sequence in Marvel’s Black Panther is one of the film’s best moments, full of majesty and great touches of world-building. When comedian Tiffany Haddish takes the place of M’Baku, like she did at last night’s MTV Movie & TV Awards, the ritual combat gets... freaky.
Westworld has given us a terrifying look at what might happen if humanoid robots powered by highly sophisticated AI suddenly became self-aware and very, very pissed off. Clever short film A.I. Therapy imagines instead future technology that becomes self-aware... and very, very self-involved.
It’s, uh, a pretty small summit.
After three seasons and 30 episodes, Ash vs. Evil Dead slaughtered its final Deadite last Sunday. The show may sadly be over, but its many, many gleefully gruesome fight scenes will live on in our hearts and nightmares forever. Here are our 13 all-time favorite amazingly disgusting moments from the Starz series.
Well, this news is truly horrifying, and not in a fun, chainsaw-slingin’ way. Starz has announced that the April 29 season three finale of Ash vs. Evil Dead will also be the series finale, because the crazy, gory, cult-beloved show will not be returning for a fourth season.
When we first heard that Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell)—the crass yet beloved star of Ash vs. Evil Dead and all its preceding films—was going to meet his teenaged daughter in the third season of the Starz show, we were skeptical. We need not have worried; turns out the potentially ruinous twist has fueled the season’s…
Every time I try to explain what Audioboom’s podcast Mission to Zyxx is, there’s this moment where I realize that on paper, it sounds like the kind of thing that would normally drive me insane. It’s an improv comedy podcast parodying Star Trek and Star Wars and a bunch of other genre fiction. It’s... a lot.
The next time Netflix takes more than a couple of agonizing seconds to start streaming a movie, use that time to appreciate just how good you’ve got it.
Meet Rodney—a jolly retiree who’s taken it upon himself to host a pet cemetery in his suburban London backyard, honoring all the neighborhood’s dearly departed little companions. Certainly he doesn’t have a nefarious reason for wanting a graveyard at his house... I mean, what could he be hiding?
The grooviest, goriest show on TV is finally back this weekend—and since it sure feels like a hell of a long time since December 2016, when Ash vs Evil Dead’s season two finale aired. So we’re here to refresh your blood-splattered brain on what’s happened on the show so far.
A mom, her little daughter, and Grandma’s vintage, romance-themed board game. What could possibly go wrong in this scenario... unless it turns out that the seemingly innocent game is actually a million times spookier than an Ouija board?
We’re under a month away from Ash vs. Evil Dead season three, which will continue the blood-soaked adventures of macho horror icon Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) and his merry band of Deadite-fighters. This time around, Ash’s long-lost teenage daughter will be joining the team and io9 has an exclusive preview.
Here’s some very promising news for fans of Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s cult-beloved vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows: FX has ordered a pilot for a half-hour comedy series based on the film.
Fans who’ve been yearning for Ash vs. Evil Dead’s third season for over a year ago now have a freshly blood-splattered taste of what’s to come. The latest trailer reveals a bit more about Ash’s long-lost teenage daughter—and basically confirms that Ruby (Lucy Lawless) is back on Team Evil. Yes!
Since winning his Oscar in 1995 for Leaving Las Vegas, Nicolas Cage’s career choices have veered from “eccentric” to “bizarre.” But horror comedy Mom and Dad—which reunites the star with his Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance co-director, Brian Taylor—looks like the perfect marriage of material and performer.