Here is my review of the new Mortal Kombat game on 360 and PS3, posted on Nfamousgamers.com
At long last Neal Adams Deadman comics are comign to TPB. The Hrad cover volume has been on and off sale at a hefty price of 75 bucks, but now its comes to paperback in May.
Tonight on the show my friend Jerome Connor stops by the studio as we talk about next weekend’s Boston Comic Con.
So far have had mixed feelings about Horror and Sci fi on Blue Ray, cartoons look great and you seem to get more bonus material on toons on BR than you do on DVD. The Bonus stuff on BR seems to be more a reason to get a BR player. I am picking up Trick or Treat soon and am looking forward to seeing how the Blue Ray of that looks.
Zombie Land, American Psycho, and Big Trouble in little China, and FanBoys are among my BR collection for now. Lets hoep Tales form the Crypt comes to Blue Ray soon as well.
Here is my review of Scream 4 currently playing at Leominster Entertainment Cinema and Black Stone Valley Cinema Delux
A little late but here is my review for Insidious
Still Screaming is still comign to dvd soon hopefully, we might also have those guys on the show again. They were the producers behind Never Sleeps Again The Elm St Legacy. Last week BIO had a inside look on the Scream franchise as well. That is currently on You tube they have not posted to there site yet.
Scream 4 hits theaters tomorow, our review will be up on Nfamousgamers.com soon. Scream 4 will be playing at Blackstone Cinema Delux and Leominster Entertainment Cinema.
The Burn Notice movie may not be horror, but it does star a Horror Icon Bruce Campbell, and thats important to Radio of Horror. Premieres Sunday , April 17 On USA Network
Burn Notice: THE FALL OF SAM AXE, starring Bruce Campbell, will premiere Sunday, April 17 at 9/8c on USA Network. The prequel film to USA’s smash hit series takes place in Colombia 2005 when Lieutenant Commander Sam Axe (Campbell) is sent to advise a local military platoon. It’s there he discovers deep layers of deception and ultimately realizes he may be allied with the wrong side. Shot on location in Bogota, Colombia, the two hour movie is directed by Burn Notice star Jeffrey Donovan.
Tonight on the show we have Author Dan Graffeo. He will be in the studio with us to talk about his book Halloween Night Fever, from Fright Rags Ben, who has donted Tshirts to give away Next Sat for Scream 4, and Raven from Zenescope Entertainment, to talk abot there great selection of comic books such as Grimm Fairy Tales, featuring some of the best drawn female charecters in the history of comics.
Supernatural will be back on the air soon, but Being Human is leaving us soon. True Blood will be back on the air soon, But Fringe is leaving us soon.
Tonight on A&E a documentry on the Scream franchise, this is not tobe confused with Still Screaming which is comign to DVD and BlueRay soon.
So finally it will be here in the states this summer, a great way to pass the time untill the 7th season begins in the fall.
Warner Bros. Television’s popular series SUPERNATURAL makes history this summer as SUPERNATURAL: THE ANIME SERIES is released in the United States as the first-ever live-action series to be re-imagined in Japanese anime style. The all-new, 22-episode animated series will be distributed July 26, 2011,
SUPERNATURAL, noted for its creative storytelling of the occult during its first six seasons on The CW Network, has also achieved great popularity across the planet – particularly in Japan. Inspired by its sensational following overseas, Warner Home Video Japan and renowned animation studio Madhouse combined forces to envision SUPERNATURAL as an anime series – first released in Japan and now translated for American audiences.
SUPERNATURAL: THE ANIME SERIES revisits the Winchester brothers’ journey down the back roads of America as they search for clues to their father’s disappearance, hunt down the supernatural in all its unearthly forms, and enter into the unexpected mystery of their destinies. The SUPERNATURAL anime episodes mirror the story arc of the series’ first two seasons, providing supplemental stories ranging from prequels and spin-offs to untold tales that fit within the SUPERNATURAL mythology.
Enhancing the connection to the live-action series, SUPERNATURAL star Jared Padalecki reprises his role as Sam Winchester for all 22 episodes. Padalecki’s SUPERNATURAL co-star Jensen Ackles also provides the voice of Dean Winchester in select anime episodes.
Padalecki and Ackles are also ever-present in the Blu-ray™ and DVD enhanced content. The SUPERNATURAL co-stars provide a video introduction to each of the 22 anime episodes and are also featured in a series of interviews that include conversations with live-action series creator Eric Kripke and SUPERNATURAL: THE ANIME SERIES directors Shigeyuki Miya and Atsuko Ishizuka.
Special features on the Blu-ray™ and DVD also include a two-part featurette, “The Making of Supernatural: The Anime Series,” an intriguing behind-the-scenes revelation of how the live-action series was actually re-imagined into its new art form.
Madhouse, working with full approval of Kripke, produced the series in full high-definition animation utilizing both American and Japanese creative teams. The Madhouse production team is headed by executive supervisor Masao Maruyama and directors Miya and Ishizuka. Takahiro Yoshimatsu and Kenichi Takefuji are in charge of character and art design.
Tonight on the show is author and Horror afishianado David Skal, he has been on numerous documentries and written lots of great books on the Horror genre.
We will also talk about the new Horror movie Insidious. Currently playing at Black stone Valley in Millbury and Entertainment Cinema in Leominster MA.
Check out the orginal April Fools Horror movie its almost a comedy and don’t ever watch the remake form 2008 it sucks.