All posts tagged "Red Dragon"
/ 1 year ago
SCREAM FACTORY™ PRESENTS MANHUNTER [COLLECTOR’S EDITION] FEATURING OVER 2 HOURS OF NEW BONUS CONTENT ON BLU-RAY MAY 24 Scream Factory continues...
/ 1 year ago
Some rather shocking words are coming from acclaimed actor Sir Anthony Hopkins as he’s saying that he apparently regrets reprising his...
/ 3 years ago
The second season of ”Hannibal” premieres tonight at 10PM (9PM Central) on NBC. In an age where many network shows are...
/ 4 years ago
With NBC’s awesome “Hannibal” out on Blu-ray this week, I leapt at the chance to speak with writer/producer/showrunner Bryan Fuller about...
We now have a lengthy 2-minute long international trailer for NBC’s “Hannibal” that shares quite a bit of new footage. The...
Well that’s a little bit sooner than I thought! NBC’s “Hannibal” is all set to premiere on April 4th at 10PM...
TVLine is reporting that Aliens and Pumpkinhead‘s Lance Henriksen is the latest sci-fi staple to pay a visit to “Hannibal.” The...
/ 5 years ago
Lara Jean Chorosteck (“Camelot”, Antiviral) has joined “Hannibal”, NBC’s contemporary series take on the characters from Thomas Harris’ “Red Dragon” novel,...
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This Week in Horror - May 1, 2017 - Rawhead Rex, Unbreakable, ...
Rawhead Rex is getting a 4K restoration, M. Night Shyamalan is making a sequel to Unbreakable and Split, and The X-Files will return for an 11th season! It's This Week in Horror with Whitney Moore!Posted by Bloody-Disgusting on Monday, May 1, 2017
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