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.
With just a few episodes left in The Orville’s first season, it’s safe to say that Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek homage has carved out its own place in the scifi comedy universe. Though not every episode has hit its mark, the show has likable characters and a diverse range of stories—and a big part of its appeal can be…
Stan Against Evil wraps up its second season tomorrow night with its last set of back-to-back episodes. We’ve got an exclusive look at the finale, and while there’s no Stan in the clip, it does feature a time-traveling Sheriff Evie (Janet Varney) meeting Deputy Leon (Nate Mooney) for what he thinks is the first time.
Stan Against Evil’s first season was enjoyable, but it suffered due to its undeniable similarities to Ash vs. Evil Dead. With Ash’s next season still AWOL, Stan stands alone in the cranky-old-dude-fighting-demons zone—and happily, IFC’s horror comedy has finally found its footing in season two.
When we last saw Stan (John C. McGinley), the demon-fighting ex-sheriff of Willard’s Mill, he’d just survived the craziest events of Stan Against Evil’s first season. Unfortunately, he was left unable to remember some very key stuff—which begins to haunt him in this clip from the season two premiere.
With today’s news that the long-awaited Ash vs. Evil Dead third season won’t be hitting the airwaves until February 25 (sob), here’s something in the same vein to tide you over: the latest season two trailer for IFC’s similar-but-not-quite-identical Stan Against Evil.
Lucifer is one of the most enjoyable shows on TV. Somehow, it manages to effortlessly balance mythology, police business, romantic intrigue, and (secret weapon) wickedly cheeky humor. Based on this new season three promo, we can expect even more of that when the show returns.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 cast and crew had an inordinate amount of fun with one another working on the film. How are you supposed to make a movie in which a talking raccoon helps blow up a living planet if you’re not laughing your ass off between takes?
Writer-director Eli Craig made the horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil—about a pair of good ol’ boys who get mistaken for backwoods maniacs and hilariously upend the “cabin in the woods” genre in the process. His latest, the Adam Scott-starring Little Evil, looks like it’ll do the same for movies about spooky,…
Starz has yet to reveal the season three premiere date for horror comedy Ash vs. Evil Dead (apparently, even star Bruce Campbell doesn’t know when the show will be back). In the meantime, you can pick up the season two DVD on August 22, and peek at what has to be one of the grossest bonus features ever below.
The Addams Family got a trio of popular 1990s movies (and a really great pinball game). So it’s time for that other spooky TV family to have a revival. After a false start a few years back, the Munsters are finally returning to the small screen—and 1313 Mockingbird Lane is apparently moving zip codes.
A few weeks back, we got the first look at loopy fantasy comedy Dave Made a Maze. If the trippy premise and lo-fi special effects left you wanting to know more, peep this exclusive clip that shows the start of the movie’s journey to the center of the perf... oration.
Fox’s new scifi sitcom The Orville wowed us in its first look, mainly because it managed to come off as both a loving homage to the campiest aspects of classic Star Trek while also being genuinely funny. The new Comic-Con trailer is much the same—reminding us that exploring the strange new frontiers can be a truly…
We weren’t stoked on the Ghosted trailer when it dropped in May, but now we’ve seen the full pilot for the Fox scifi buddy comedy starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott—and we can report that while the show’s first episode is still a little rough, it has definite potential.
Season one of horror comedy Stan Against Evil packed a ton of witch-slaying into eight fast-paced episodes—and while it wasn’t the most original thing we’d ever seen, star John C. McGinley’s endearingly boorish performance was enough to make us cheer when season two was announced. Now we finally have a new trailer,…