Netflix continues to build their originals catalogue, and trying to tempt anime fans over from Crunchyroll. The new offerings include two manga adaptations, two expansions of movie/tv universes, and a totally new Samurai story from one of the producers behind Black Dynamite.
An unknown threat has taken over the globe. Hundreds of thousands die of madness at the sight of the invaders. To save her children a mother must make a perilous journey, and they must be blindfolded the entire time to save their sanity.
Official word on why the two shows have gotten the ax isn’t out yet, but there’s a lot of speculation and educated guesses from the industry.
The Hallmark channel is showing over 20 different sappy TV movies this year, as usual. If that’s not your bag, this holiday season brings some different titles to the big and small screen – one with Kurt Russel with a coiffed beard and another with singing zombies.
Creators confirmed at NYCC that Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance has no CG – all of the characters are hand made puppets modeled after the ones used in the 1982 movie.
Fisk is out – and it’s his goal is to make Daredevil into a villain and himself into the great reformer, no matter what it takes. The mob boss employs multiple tactics in order to take the hero down – including a employing someone familiar.
NETFLIX’s new take on the sixty year old horror classic makes the haunting a family affair. A family with dangerous secrets and skeletons in their closets.
In his latest role the actor, known of his role as David in Legion, joins a cult to save his sister. This original from Netflix and director Gareth Evans has tension, plenty of creepy moments, and some nightmare inducing instruments of torture.
When Netflix announced they were making a Sabrina series I pictured something like the mid 1990s show with Melissa Joan Hart. It was family friendly, included a talking robotic cat, and had more in common with Bewitched than what the streaming service has actually produced.
We’ve been waiting since the season two came to a close in 2016 for this teaser. If the series that follows lives up to it, it’ll be worth the wait. This season Matt Murdoch is all out of bubble gum.
It’s been a year since the streaming services announced a new series based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s best selling Witcher novels. They just dropped the first bit of casting news – they have found their lead.
It may not have dragons or white walkers, but this story could satisfy GoT fans’ hunger for a medieval story – this one is based in truth not fiction.