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Bryan Fuller Dropped Some Details About 'Hannibal' Season 3 On Twitter

We have a few months until Hannibal finally returns for its third season on NBC. First, we were treated to a new trailer, and Bryan Fuller has posted some more delectable details on Twitter about what to expect when the third season returns in June. 198 more words


Neil Marshall & Marc Helwig Launch Production Company, Sign Deal With Legendary Television

Emmy nominated director Neil Marshall (Game Of Thrones) and his longtime agent Marc Helwig have formed a TV/film production company, Applebox Entertainment, which has signed a two-year overall deal with Legendary TV. 272 more words


'Dog Soldiers' (2002): Review

Directed by: Neil Marshall || Produced by: Brian Patrick O’Toole, Christopher Figg, Tom Reeve, David E. Allen

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Three New "Tales of Halloween" Images Released

Three new images of the highly-anticipated Halloweentime anthology Tales of Halloween have been released.

Ten stories will be woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.

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Review of Centurion

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Directed by Neil Marshall (who also helmed Dog Soldiers, The Descent and Doomsday) Centurion tells the thrilling and bloody story of a small group of Roman soldiers who are trapped behind enemy lines in cold and dreary Britain and then forced to battle the Picts and fight their way to freedom. 49 more words

Under the Radar - Dog Soldiers

Werewolf fans have it rough. It’s so easy to cite classic zombie and vampire films that even a lot of non-horror fans could probably compile a passable list. 247 more words

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Dog Soldiers (2002)


Dog Soldiers is absolutely not original. We know from the first frame of the film almost exactly what is going to happen. There are a group of soldiers on a training exercise in Scotland. 69 more words

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