I’m now picturing Syfy’s movie development process as an awesome drunken weekly beach party that climaxes with whoever won at beer pong reaching into a hat full of index cards with horror tropes written on them. They blindly select two cards, then read them aloud to the party and everybody cheers — that’s the new movie! Like these latest two that were just announced today. One is “Vampires” and… Continue reading Syfy’s next movies: Sea vampires, rock tornadoes
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On today’s episode we bust out the trailers for Breaking Dawn Part. 1 & the Ward. Then we chit-chat about the future of Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, The Lone Ranger & the new Bond girl! The Ward trailers.apple.com The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 trailers.apple.com Ryan – www.twitter.com Josh – www.twitter.com www.facebook.com/filmstate www.twitter.com/filmstate
Video Rating: 4 / 5
In the final moments of last week’s doozy of a “Vampire Diaries” episode, Katherine (Nina Dobrev) and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) broke into a crypt and woke up a very cranky vampire.
This is actually our second time meeting Mikael, played by “Supernatural’s” Sebastian Roché — he’s the vampire hunter police chief with the wooden bullets who crashed Klaus and Stefan’s party in the 1920s.
Review in a Hurry: Teen D-bag Charlie Brewster (Anton Yelchin) fears his nerdy ex-friend Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) will reveal his own former nerd status. But there’s a much nastier problem awaiting him than being a social outcast…Jerry the vampire has just moved in right next door.
The original Fright
Review in a Hurry: A soulless sci-fi thriller about crucifix-tattooed warriors battling vampires, Priest is too serious to be any fun. Odd since star Paul Bettany speaks with a silly Clint…