Set during the Crusades, the faith & fighting skills of a group of Templar Knights is put to the test when they encounter the Predator. Their battle is the thing Myths and Legends are born from.
Image Comics has provided us a preview of the new Death Vigil comic.
Defeated and hopeless, Bernardette is sealed away in an unknown location while Sam is on death’s bed… again. This has not been a good day for the Vigil. Can Clara, Mia, Anubis, Chiyoko, and Vlado find the enemy stronghold in time? Who would even know where it is?
Written and art by Stjepan Sejic
10. The concept in popular culture that sunlight is lethal to vampires is based on this film, which depicted such a death for the very first time in film history. F.W. Murnau knew that he would be sued for borrowing heavily from Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula without permission, so he changed the ending so that he could say this film and Dracula were not exactly the same
9. Shadow of the Vampire is a fictionalized depiction of the events surrounding the film’s production based on the urban legend that Max Schreck was in actuality a vampire. Schrek was played by Willem Dafoe in that film.
Social media is being flooded with pics of all the pretty boys and girls decked out in fancy dress for prom season. In honor of this fine tradition, our Kill of the Week is from Prom Night (1980).
THE PLOT: On the sixth anniversary of her accidental death by bullying, Robin Hammon’s sister Kim is to be crowned Prom Queen and those who teased her out a window are going to get their long overdue just desserts.
THE KILL: During a game of hide and seek, a group of kids taunt Robin to the point of panic, where she fall to her death out of a window.
From Dark Horse Comics.
The final chapter of the Colder trilogy follows a newly resurrected Nimble Jack, as he skips back and forth between the Hungry World and our own reality, recruiting agents of madness and unifying them with a single objective: the death and consumption of Declan!
Written by Paul Tobin and art by Juan Ferreyra.
Oni Press has provided us a preview of the new The Sixth Gun: Valley of Death comic.
It is a time before THE SIXTH GUN. Yet, the darkness and corruption that precede the coming of The Six are in their season.
The Crossroads are broken. A door to the Spirit World is ajar. And what has slipped through threatens all of creation. It is up to the reclusive witch, Buzzard Wife, to gather the tribes and form a Hunting Party. With the help of the legendary White Wolf, she will lead this elite group of shamans, scouts and warriors into battle. Into legend. Into the Valley of Death.
Oni Press has provided us a preview of the new Brides of Helheim comic.
The final chapter of Brides of Helheim unfolds!
Rikard, Sigrid, and Kadlin stand together against the demonic forces of Raevil, the mad warlock. What is the Black Womb, and what plans is Raevil hatching to ensure his dominance over it? The shocking ending of this tale of Viking-era terror will leave you breathless!
Written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Joelle Jones and Nick Filardi
Cover by Joelle Jones
The STARZ Original series “Ash vs Evil Dead” is rolling out new teasers this week for the 10-episode first season of the half-hour series executive produced by Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Bruce Campbell, the original filmmakers of the franchise, and Craig DiGregorio who will serve as executive producer and showrunner. “Ash vs Evil Dead,” which is currently in production in New Zealand, is the long-awaited follow-up to the classic horror film franchise The Evil Dead and is set to premiere on STARZ in Fall 2015.
One, two, Freddy’s gonna dry you… This Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy Krueger Cotton Towel features a creepy silhouette of the nightmare-slasher, ready to terrorize! Towel measures about 56 1/3-inches tall x 30-inches wide.
Marvel Comics has provided us a preview of the new Future Imperfect comic.
On Battleworld, the dictator of dystopia is a familiar face!
The Maestro rules but there are those who want him dethroned! What role does Ruby Summers have in the plan for this dangerous rebellion? Have the rebels genuinely found Odin, the father of The Gods, as an ally against the Maestro?
Written by Peter David
Art by Greg Land
Covers by Greg Land, Nick Bradshaw and Dale Keown