Welcome to episode #36!
Welcome to episode #33 of Evil Episodes!
SYFY is well on it’s way to the record books for bringing different monster movie originals to the small screen. Next up fits right in with the winter time we are all experiencing right now, ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN! The movie airs this Saturday at 9pm! Check out the trailer below
We all know SYFY flicks tend to be more on the silly-side rather than the scary, the hope is that the silliness is on overload, enough to where you just can’t turn away. I’d say SYFY is due for this happen…..
Don’t miss the premiere on Saturday January 26th!
Zombies here, Zombies there, Zombies eeeeeeeeverywhere! That is kind of the trend in horror lately. From the big budget movies, to the the premium networks on cable/satellite. SYFY network looks to get in on the action this Saturday (October 27th) with an original movie titled Rise of the Zombies….if you seem some familiar faces in the trailer that is because it stars Lavar Burton, Danny Trejo, and Mariel Hemmingway…….check out the trailer below
Synopsis: Survivors of a zombie plague escape their island refuge (Alcatraz) when it’s overrun and risk the outside world to find a scientist who is rumored to have found a cure for the disease
Will you be spending your final weekend before Halloween enjoying the latest vision of the on-coming Zombie Apocalypse?
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Hello everyone and welcome to Episode #20 extravaganza which also happens to be our debut on the Horrorphilia network!
This episode is packed, clocking in at just over three and a half hours of horror discussion making it the longest episode to date.
We told you we were going big for Episode #20 and the goods have been delivered!
In today’s show we get started as usual with some horror news followed by a review of Flava Flav’s Nite Tales movie and TV show. Then we are joined by Midnight Corey of The Electric Show podcast as well as former full-time cohost of Evil Episodes, Darrick, to discuss The Walking Dead video game’s first episode. Finally, we welcome yet another guest to the show, NewJerseyNick from Slashercast jumps on board to review the SYFY original flick, Jersey Shore Shark Attack!
This episode is a lot to handle so kudos to anyone who makes it through it one sitting! Dedication!
The following places are where you can find this week’s guests of the show. Check their podcasts out and tell ‘em Evil Episodes sent ya!
Download: (Right Click–>Save As) Evil Episodes #20
Oh yes…another SYFY gem is taking the TV Horror world by storm….tune in tonight to SYFY for JERSEY SHORE SHARK ATTACK!
This. Is. Happening.
Totally un-releated to the infamous Leprechaun franchise starring Warwick Davis, Leprechaun’s Revenge is a SYFY original movie releasing on St. Patrick’s Day 2012 (Saturday March 17th)
Synopsis from IMDB:
“An evil leprechaun who has been imprisoned within the roots of a majestic old oak tree, is accidentally set loose on St. Patrick’s Day. Once free, he takes out his bloody revenge on the descendants of the people who originally imprisoned him”
Well for those such as myself who were waiting for news on a possible second season of Terra Nova, looks like the news is in and it isn’t good. The show has been cancelled by Fox….
“Fox took a “big swing” and missed. The network has opted not to move forward with a second season of its Steven Spielberg time-travel drama Terra Nova.
The news comes as Fox has an increased roster of hourlong dramas, including J.J. Abrams’ Alcatrazand Kiefer Sutherland-Tim Kring’s Touch,and heavy hype surrounding its drama development. Given Terra Nova’s international appeal, however, its studio, 20th Century Fox TV, will attempt to shop the big-budget series to other networks.
While the pricey dinosaur series averaged 7.5 million total viewers and 2.6 million in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demo in its 11-episode first season, it failed to catch on the way the network had hoped. Its two-hour finale matched a series low in the demo, drawing a 2.1 rating among adults 18-49 and an audience of 7.2 million.”
The full report at THR also speculates that the series will be shopped to other networks. SyFy seems like it would be a perfect fit for a sci-fi series such as Terra Nova, however as one of the more expensive productions on network television, it does call into question whether a network such as SyFy could maintain the expensive budget and production values.
What are your thoughts? Did you follow Terra Nova? Were you a fan? Would you follow a hypothetical 2nd season to a new network?