Three all new Hunger Games clips to feast your eyes on prior to tonight’s midnight release!


The Hunger Games’ most recent promotional website, — a virtual tour through various film locations in the movie’s Capitol — has proven to be even more interesting after fans discovered hidden “Easter eggs” in the game, each of which revealed previously-unseen clips from the film! The three clips vary in content and offer glimpses at [...]

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New Book Releases, Week of March 18, 2012


Here’s a list of this week’s new scifi, fantasty and horror books. Click on the title to see the cover. Released Tuesday, March 20, 2012 Born to Darkness, by Suzanne Brockmann As the New York Times bestselling author of the Troubleshooters series and a “superstar of romantic suspense” (USA Today), Suzanne Brockmann has an acclaimed history [...]

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The Walking Dead Season Two is a Shambling Study of Human Nature and…well, Zombies


I would like to start out this article by saying WARNING!! POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT! This article and the summary of each episode of The Walking Dead may contain spoilers for episodes you may not have seen yet or spoilers for the finale. Please do not read if you want the series to be a surprise to [...]

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Supernatural: “Out With The Old”

Supernatural returned last Friday with “Out With The Old”, which had a mix of gruesome and hilarious in it, a development in the leviathan arc, and a cliffhanger to top it all off. All I can say is, who would have thought that Dean likes Black Swan? The episode starts innocently enough – with a ballerina [...]

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Early Hunger Games reviews indicate the movie will be a massive hit — and we have the round-up!


With the first film in the Hunger Games franchise hitting theaters this Friday, we felt it important to take a look at some of the incredible film reviews pouring in from all around the web! So far, with over fifty reviews tallied, Rotten Tomatoes is giving the film an astonishing 92% — a category coveted by [...]

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PERCY JACKSON 2 Movie Casting & Directing Updates!


More additions have been added to the cast for Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters, the second movie-from-a-book in the Percy Jackson franchise. The newest addition is a change-up in casting. Pierce Brosnan is being replaced by Anthony Head to play Percy’s teacher Chiron. Head is best known as his role as Giles [...]

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New Excerpt from THE GOLDEN LILY, Book Two in the VAMPIRE ACADEMY Break-Away Series


More buzz is building around The Golden Lily, book two in Richelle Mead’s Bloodlines series, which breaks off from her wildly successful Vampire Academy series and is set to hit shelves on June 12th. has a new exclusive excerpt for readers to get their greedy hands on, along with an awesome interview with the author. Since it’s [...]

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The first official full-length trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II is set to play before The Hunger Games when it comes out this friday, and though we’ll bring that to you when it’s out, there are two clips (one short and legit, one shady but long) to hold you over. First up, this [...]

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Radioactive Fun and Horror in Oren Peli’s Chernobyl Diaries


Chernobyl Diaries is an original story from Oren Peli, who first terrified audiences with his groundbreaking thriller, Paranormal Activity. The film follows a group of six young tourists who, looking to go off the beaten path, hire an “extreme tour” guide. Ignoring warnings, he takes them into the city of Pripyat, the former home to the workers [...]

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Last Week In Trailers: “Prometheus”, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”, “Dark Shadows”

This incredible new trailer for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus (comes out on June 8th) gives us a better look at the mythology, scenery and the characters – and it’s certainly shaping up to be one of the best of the year. See for yourselves: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is looking better and better, as can be seen [...]

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