brand new krypton trailer

Krypton, the Superman prequel show about Superman’s grandparents, just unleashed a fairly epic new trailer, full of pomp and pageantry, intense music, and a few flashes of iconography to rile up the masses. Syfy might very well have a hit on their hands. Watch the Krypton trailer below and decide for yourself.

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Krypton Cast - Brainiac

Krypton, the Syfy series that will serve as a prequel to the story of Superman, just announced a new cast member: Blake Ritson will be taking on the part of the villainous Brainiac. Paula Malcomson has also been added to the cast as Superman’s great-grandmother. They join a growing cast that includes Cameron Cuffe, Georgina Campbell, Elliot Cowan, and Shaun Sipos.

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Here’s Leatherface in ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’

When we last saw Leatherface at the end of Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, he was doing a dance of frustration, spinning like a dervish flailing his chainsaw, as the Final Girl Marilyn Burns escaped in the back of a stranger’s pickup truck.

We’ve seen versions of Leatherface many times in the years since, but John Luessenhop‘s film Texas Chainsaw 3D purports to be a direct sequel to Hooper’s film, picking up right after the end of the 1974 original. We saw a poster for the movie a couple days ago, and while we wait for the trailer there’s now a still of Leatherface, showing the not-quite all there marauder trudging towards what might be a slaughterhouse. Check it out in full below. Read More »

First Look: The Lost Boys 2

The Lost Boys 2: The Tribe

In Touch Magazine has the first photo from the direct-to-dvd sequel to The Lost Boys. The photo shows Corey Feldman, reprising his role as Edgar Frog, and Shaun Sipos. Check out Feldman’s neck tattoo. I know this is going to be crappy, but I’m looking forward to it none the less. You can read more about Lost Boys 2 (who’s in it, what it’s about, and more) in our previous coverage round-up.

Last I heard, The Lost Boys 2: The Tribe might even get a limited theatrical run, before hitting DVD shelves in 2008. We’ll keep you updated.

via: ShockTillYouDrop