Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) himself attempts to recap the insane events of the first season of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow before Season 2 debuts on Monday on Fox.
Season 5 of The Walking Dead debuts this October on AMC as Rick and Co. try to survive the not-so safe haven of Terminus and continue the quest to get zombie expert Eugene to DC so he can possibly find a cure and end the apocalypse.
Nicolas Cage faces The Rapture in the latest movie based on the Left Behind series of novels.
Darren Aronofsky is looking to deliver an epic movie experience next Spring with Noah, as Russell Crowe stars as the biblical figure who is given a vision of an impending apocalypse and sets out to build an ark to save his family and gather two of every animal to repopulate the Earth.
While Metallica plays a larger than life, sold out concert, their rookie roadie, Trip (played by Dane Dehaan) heads out into the city to get a valuable package from a truck and has to avoid a massive riot breaking out in this hybrid 3D concert movie.
When The Omen remake came out in 2006, The Asylum was there with their take on the “demonic kid” genre with 666: The Child and the titular child, Donald, leaves a trail of hilariously over the top deaths in his wake.
Easily one of the most insane and fun shows of the new season is Sleepy Hollow where the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and their demonic hordes are returning and the only man who can stop them is Ichabod Crane, who thought he killed one of the Horsemen back in the Revolutionary War. Check out the first episode right here.
After partying at James Franco’s house, Franco, Seth Rogen, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel and Jonah Hill find that an apocalyptic event has struck Los Angeles, and possibly the world.
A bunch of casting news and release dates for some big comic movies dominated the news this week in the News Shotgun.
Channeling Snake Plissken and surviving multiple genres, Eden Sinclair is one woman you definitely do not want to mess with.