[Indie Horror Spotlight] A Return To One Of The Creepiest Horror Games Of 2013

bloody disgusting - Sun, 04/06/2014 - 15:14

Kraven Manor is easily one of the more unnerving indie horror games I played last year. I barely survived its long abandoned halls and the creaking, bronze horror that lurks within. Unfortunately, the quality of my original playthrough isn’t great, so I figured I’d return to it, reluctantly, for a playthrough that does this wonderfully creepy game justice.

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Kraven Manor recently made its way to Steam Greenlight. You can learn more about it there.

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There Is Someone Behind You In This 'Daylight' Trailer

bloody disgusting - Sun, 04/06/2014 - 14:46

The only thing that could make this trailer any creepier is if it was backed by The Vogues’ ‘Turn Around, Look At Me’. That song was always a little unsettling to me, and it fits with the theme of Daylight’s latest trailer, in which our hero is stalked by some…thing.

Daylight was recently delayed to the end of the month in order to make it scarier. I think that’s a solid reason to delay a game, wouldn’t you agree? If you need something to keep you busy until then, I suggest you watch this new trailer and chase it with this list of upcoming horror games you should start getting excited about.

Daylight arrives on PC and PS4 on April 29th.

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Gremlins Reboot Getting Fed After Midnight

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 21:52

Some quick Gremlins news is coming in for your weekend enjoyment as Ain't it Cool News is reporting that Warner Bros. Pictures is moving quickly on rebooting Joe Dante’s Steven Spielberg-produced flick. Given that we've been talking about this for years, we're not so surprised.

In Dante’s 1984 film, a boy (Zach Galligan) inadvertently breaks three important rules concerning his new pet and unleashes a horde of malevolently mischievous monsters on a small town. The film spawned a sequel, the 1990 Gremlins 2: The New Batch, in which Gremlins take total control over the building of a media mogul.

The two films have grossed more than $190M worldwide. A sequel or a reboot has always seemed inevitable.

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Stage Fright Clip Arrives to Nail You

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 21:43

On tap right now is the first clip from Jerome Sable's slasher musical Stage Fright, and as expected, it's a gory blast of blood-soaked fun. Check it out on VOD right now, if only for Meat Loaf. Who could possibly resist Meat Loaf? We'll just ignore his horrid singing during the election.

Magnet will release the film in its Ultra VOD program, launching it on iTunes and On Demand on April 3rd and following with a theatrical release on May 9th.

Minnie Driver, Meat Loaf, Allie MacDonald, Douglas Smith, Kent Nolan, Brandon Uranowitz, Ephraim Ellis, Melanie Leishman, James McGowan, Steffi DiDomenicantonio, Ryan Bobkin, Leanne Miller, and Adrianna Di Liello star.

Stage Fright tells the story of a posh musical theater camp terrorized by a killer who hates musicals. Driver plays Kylie Swanson, a haunted star of the Broadway stage and mother of two siblings who find themselves at the center of the unfolding horror at the camp. Meat Loaf plays Roger McCall, a slumming Broadway producer-turned-camp director.







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After Your Weekend Watch This Trailer

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 21:37

Matchbox Films today announced the UK DVD release of Ryan Smith’s sci-fi thriller After (review) starring Karolina Wydra (“True Blood”) and Steven Strait (10,000 Years BC) with a street date of May 26th.

The Canadian release is scheduled for May 13th through Mongrel Media with US distribution penciled for July.

Synopsis
In this ‘Twilight Zone’-esque tale of the afterlife, two bus crash survivors wake from a coma to discover that they are the only inhabitants of a small American town. Scarier still, a monstrous cloud is swallowing the area, closing in on them slowly but surely. Are they dead, in an alternate dimension, or is it all a dream? As the couple scavenge houses and attempt to find a way out, they soon learn that they are not alone. Inside the mist are ravenous creatures hell-bent on preventing their escape.

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New 3-Minute Look at Godzilla Home to Monster Action

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 21:30

Are you ready for 3 minutes of the upcoming Godzilla flick that are rife with monster action? Of course you are, and that's exactly what you're gonna get with this international sneak peek! Dig it!

An epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.

Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Johnson, Juliette Binoche, David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe, Richard T. Jones, Sally Hawkins, Akira Takarada, Victor Rasuk, Yuki Morita, and C.J. Adams star.

Making his first appearance in 1954 (Gojira), Godzilla is a giant monster that lives in the sea that comes from the ocean to feed on mankind.

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New Afflicted Poster Gets Really Close

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 21:28

Another alternate poster is here in promotion of the first feature film from Derek Lee and Clif Prowse, Afflicted (review). Do yourselves a favor, kids, head over to your cable box and order this one NOW! Dig it!

CBS Films will release Afflicted in theaters and on various VOD. Look for it on iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, Google Play, Cable On Demand, Playstation, and Xbox.

The film stars Lee, Prowse, and Baya Rehaz.

Synopsis
This terrifying horror thriller follows two best friends who set out on the trip of a lifetime around the world. Their journey, documented every step of the way, soon takes a dark and unexpected turn after an encounter with a beautiful woman in Paris leaves one of them mysteriously afflicted.

Learn more over on the official Afflicted website!

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New 'Stage Fright' Clip Nails It...

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 17:38

Enjoy this pun-fueled clip from Jerome Sable’s musical horror comedy Stage Fright, now available on iTunes and On Demand, following with a theatrical release on May 9.

The clip features the film’s kabuki killer taking a stab at some murder, after pumping someone full of nails. If only the movie were actually this fun. Sigh…

Described as Scream meets “Glee,” “Starry-eyed teenager Camilla Swanson wants to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a Broadway diva, but she’s stuck working in the kitchen of a snobby performing arts camp. Determined to change her destiny, she sneaks in to audition for the summer showcase and lands a lead role in the play, but just as rehearsals begin, blood starts to spill, and Camilla soon finds herself terrified by the horror of musical theatre.

Fright is the feature film debut of writer-director Jerome Sable, director of the absolutely hilarious, award-winning short, “The Legend of Beaver Dam.” Allie MacDonald and Douglas Smith star with Minnie Driver and Meat Loaf.

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Extended 'Godzilla' Trailer Reveals Kaiju Monsters!

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 16:24

Warner Bros. created an earthquake Saturday afternoon releasing this brand new extended trailer for Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla.

The trailer begins emotional, with Bryan Cranston’s character revealing to Aaron Johnson that he did everything he could to save his wife during a nuclear disaster. Then, things go insane with tidal waves and warfare that leads into the above first ever look at what could be the kaiju monster Muto! It also appears that, in inspecting closely, there are more than one kaiju! You tell us…

Also starring Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe, Richard T. Jones, Sally Hawkins, Akira Takarada, Victor Rasuk, Yuki Morita and C.J. Adams, this spectacular adventure, in theaters May 16, pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.

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Warner Bros. Eats After Midnight, Reboots 'Gremlins'

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 15:53

In an article over at Aint it Cool News discussing a second Goonies, they tease that Warner Bros. Pictures is moving quickly on rebooting Joe Dante’s Steven Spielberg-produced Gremlins, which doesn’t come as much of a shocker considering it has been in the pipeline for years. Frankly, I just wanna see the little misfits back on the big screen one more time.

In Dante’s ’84 film, a boy (Zach Galligan) inadvertently breaks three important rules concerning his new pet, and unleashes a horde of malevolently mischievous monsters on a small town. The film spawned a sequel, the 1990 Gremlins 2: The New Batch, in which Gremlins take total control over the building of a media mogul.

The two films have grossed more than $190M worldwide.

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[BD Review] 'Jinn' Offers Up Well-Crafted Silliness; Ray Park Kicks Ass!

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 15:46

When I first saw a commercials for Jinn, I thought that Tobe Hooper’s long-shelved film was getting a U.S. release and the “D” was dropped from the title for some reason. Maybe “Djinn” didn’t test well with the kids or something so they changed the name to Jinn. But Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad’s Jinn is a different movie and, bear with me guys, it’s pretty fucking cool. I know the marketing looks whack and it’s never a good sign when there are no advanced screenings, but it turned out to be the perfect Friday night flick.

Jinn vibes like a big budget episode of Supernatural or a fan film made by a rich kid. It’s absolutely ridiculous in parts, overly melodramatic in others, and it sets the depiction of women in film back a few decades, but if you’re in the mood for some well-crafted silliness, consider watching Jinn (preferably while drinking gin, which will elevate the experience, I’m sure).

The film’s wickedly moody prologue features a hunky warrior monk guy tracking down a stinky old jinn in 1901 India. As the folklore goes, the jinn were created at the same time as human beings, but they grew jealous that God favored mankind, so they vow to destroy the world (I think). The warrior monk fights this evil jinn, that looks like a skinny version of the Uruk-hai from Lord of the Rings, but with moves like Dhaslim from Street Fighter II. He vows to slaughter each generation of the monk’s offspring, which seems excessive because once one offspring is killed, wouldn’t that end the bloodline? But hey, I’m not a jinn. I don’t know how these bastards think.

The film then jumps to present day Ann Arbor, Michigan. Shawn (Dominic Rains) is a descendant of the warrior monk, though he’s completely clueless to his jinn-slaying heritage. He works as a graphic designer, with a focus on comic book characters, I think. It’s never really explained, except for a crazy fast car he designed called the “Firebreather.” It turns out to be crucial later in the film because it can outrun a jinn. People think they’re hot shit when their Camaro or supercharged Range Rover can smoke a cop car, but try pacing a jinn, bro.

His wife Jasmine (Serinda Swan) is really gorgeous, but an awful representation for women. In only a couple minutes on screen, she manages to burn dinner, then tell Shawn it’s okay if he wants to screw another woman because she can’t have babies. Being a ride or die chick is one thing, but cool off for a second, Jasmine. For the rest of the film, she’s useless while Shawn does his jinn slaying thing.

Ahmad establishes a fairly interesting creation mythology, but brushes it aside for a run-of-the-mill “you are the chosen one, here’s a magic dagger, let Ray Park protect you” kinda thing. It’s the same shit we’ve seen before, but Jinn offers it up in a glossy package with fine cinematography and some wicked fun set pieces. Park (better known as Darth Maul) plays Gabriel, an kung-fu angel who gets to throw down in one of the most absurd fight sequences I’ve seen in a long time. He rumbles with like 50 patients at a sanitarium and it all goes down in slow motion with orbs of light surrounding him. It resembles a special move from a Capcom fighting game. I loved it.

The movie’s budgetary constraints are apparent in nearly every frame, but I kinda dug what Ahmad was able to pull off regardless. The folklore suggests that the jinn are a global threat, yet the film is condensed to this small town, giving the film a Stephen King feel. Shawn’s story is a standard superhero origin one, though he only gets to kick ass really once.

I’m really not sure how serious we’re supposed to take this movie. All I know is I had a good fucking time watching it. There’s a jinn vs. car chase, Ray Park doing some magic martial arts shit, mystical daggers, fire men, a booming original score, and it’s paced at breakneck speed. Give it a shot before you roll your eyes at me, Professor Highbrow.

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UK Trailer Heads to the 'After' Life

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 15:45

Matchbox Films have announced the UK DVD release of Ryan Smith’s award winning sci-fi thriller After starring Karolina Wydra (“True Blood”) and Steven Strait (10,000 Years BC) with a street date of May 26.

In this ‘Twilight Zone’-esque tale of the afterlife, two bus crash survivors wake from a coma to discover that they are the only inhabitants of a small American town. Scarier still, a monstrous cloud is swallowing the area, closing in on them slowly but surely. Are they dead? In an alternate dimension or is it all a dream? As the couple scavenge houses and attempt to find a way out, they soon learn that they are not alone. Inside the mist are ravenous creatures hell bent on preventing their escape.

After received its UK premiere at FrightFest and London Sci-Fi Film Festival before traveling the world festival circuit where it picked up several awards including Best Special Effects at Fancine Malaga. The Canadian release is scheduled for May 13th through Mongrel Media with US distribution penciled for July.

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'Afflicted' New Alternate Poster

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 15:38

Now in limited theaters and on VOD platforms via CBS Films is Clif Prowse and Derek Lee’s Afflicted (read our review), which looks like a cross between V/H/S and Chronicle.

We now have another alternate poster for the pic starring Clif Prowse, Derek Lee, Edo Van Breemen, Zachary Gray and Baya Rehaz.

This terrifying horror thriller follows two best friends who set out on the trip of a lifetime around the world. Their journey, documented every step of the way, soon takes a dark and unexpected turn after an encounter with a beautiful woman in Paris leaves one of them mysteriously afflicted.

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Enjoy a Pair of Behind-the-Scenes Looks at Bates Motel Season 2

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 15:35

Season 2 of "Bates Motel" has surpassed the first season in every way, especially in terms of the cast's performances, and one of these two featurettes for the show focuses on Nicola Peltz's Bradley in a new "Anatomy of a Scene" from A&E.

Go behind-the-scenes of the intense moment in the S2 premiere when Bradley shot Gil as the writers, directors, and cast discuss how they pulled off the character's violent demise.

b>Related Story: Take the "Plunge" with a Pair of Images from "Bates Motel" Ep. 2.06; Go Inside Ep. 2.05 - "The Escape Artist"

Next take a look at the production design of "Bates Motel" to learn how the crew members keep the legacy of the original film alive while giving the show its own feel.




"Bates Motel" Episode 2.06 - "Plunge" (airs 4/7/14)
Dylan (Max Thieriot) is asked to take control of a volatile situation. A secret spreads, threatening Norma (Vera Farmiga) and Norman's (Freddie Highmore) relationship.

Meanwhile, Emma (Olivia Cooke) finds herself in a very dangerous situation. Michael Vartan, Kathleen Robertson, Paloma Kwiatkowski, Michael O’Neill, Keenan Tracey, and Rebecca Creskoff guest star.

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[TV] Next On "Hannibal": Promo for Episode 2.7, “Yakimono”

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 15:34

In next week’s “Hannibal”, out of the asylum, Will is unbound and determined to exact justice on Hannibal.

You can watch the promo below for Episode 2.7, “Yakimono,” which airs next Friday on NBC.

In the episode, “When Miriam Lass is found alive, evidence at her rescue site exonerates Will; Dr. Chilton (Raúl Esparza) tries to confide in Jack but is rebuffed.

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[ECCC '14 Interview] Joe Harris Talks Modern Paranoia "The X-Files Season 10"

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 14:40

Joe Harris recently took up the daunting task of continuing the mythology of the X-Files for IDW publishing in “The X-Files: Season 10.” While most would scoff at such an idea, newcomers and diehard fans alike have been singing the series praises. It feels like a natural continuation of a beloved series with modernized ideas of paranoia. In turn series tradition the comic weaves a mysterious narrative around playful banter and disgusting alien beasts.

Bloody-Disgusting had the chance to catch up with Harris at Emerald City this past weekend to talk about his approach to the series. How one steps into writing such iconic characters, modernizing paranoia, dealing with canon, and plans for the series future.


Bloody-Disgusting: The most recent issue focused heavily on the Cigarette Smoking Man to great effect. Do you have plans for some of the other secondary characters?

Joe Harris: I Do. I’d like to spend an issue with John Doggett and Monica Reyes. That’s a huge ambition I have. A spotlight issue on Skinner would be awesome. I think we’re all in agreement on that one. I’m looking at this as we’re doing three kinds of stories. The multiple part myth arc stories, monsters of the month, and characters spotlights. I wouldn’t mind Arthur Dales involved, but he’s almost tertiary. There is a wealth of characters you can explore within this canon. So I think I’m pretty set for the next year.

BD: Because the canon is so big, how do you choose what you actually work with and are there any restrictions?

JH: I don’t have many restrictions. We haven’t kept it a secret that there are two things Chris Carter feels near and dear with the X-Files. One is the “invasion” that was prophesized for 2012. He has plans that he would like to tackle at some point. Two is more with Scully’s son William. Those are things he wants to keep for himself. We wanted to find ways to address these things, because fans want to see what’s happening with these threads. The creator of all this still deserves his day, but we’ll tease you along the way.

BD: How do you feel about the huge fanbase? Does trying to please the devout fans scare you?

JH: I think I’m a devout fan. If I worried about it, it would only slow me down. I know we can’t make everyone happy and these are really passionate fans. We’ve made enough of them happy that I feel validated. I think I’ve got it down with how these characters should sound and how this universe should operate. I’m confident with what I can do with it, and I don’t worry about it. It would only drive me crazy. Everybody has an opinion, but we’re getting further into the canon. Alex Crychek is coming back in some capacity. The black oil is coming back next month. If I worried about what people thought of those things I’d be paralyzed. Luckily it’s been predominantly well received.

BD: Do you have to curb your writing style in comics because you have a background in film?

JH: No if anything. I think I have a vocabulary as a comics creator. I process what I feel like the show is at its essence and I almost transcode the process in my brain for the medium that its for. We try to recreate the cold open, which leads to the theme. You can’t be slavish to it otherwise it won’t feel natural it will feel stiff. I just have to go with what my gut says is a good representation in this medium that feels like the original medium. Even though it can never really feel like television. We try to replicate it in a way that might not be literal. I don’t know if everyone would do it the way I do, but that’s just what comes out through the process.


BD: Are we heading back to big myth arcs any time soon?

JH: Yeah! Starting in issue 11, coming out this month. There is a storyline called “Pilgrims” sees the FBI along with Mulder and Scully travel to Saudi Arabia to investigate a terror attack on an oil facility. They obviously find out there is more than crude oil under the sand. We’ll dive into a lot of old elements here, along with some new ones.

BD: What’s your favorite part of contributing to that mythology?

JH: This idea that there is a conspiracy within the government means something a little different in the 21st century. Now its all about who owns the government, who’s wiring profit out of it, who does it really serve and work for? In a post citizens united world where we have corporations who own everything and the NSA operating without restraint. We conduct warfare by remote control. It brings the stuff that is paranoid about the X-Files into this brand new spectrum. The concept updates itself pretty well. I don’t want to be retro. I want to spin the story into something that feels really current.

BD: Contemporary culture is so ripe with paranoia, updating the conspiracy must be exciting.

JH: It’s intimidating because that conspiracy stuff was so wonderfully done. Especially early on, the first and fifth season of the show was just magic. I know they’ve gone on record to say they made a lot of it up as they went along but those are the happy accidents that happen in storytelling. You hit upon something rich that you would have never foreseen. If Gillian Anderson doesn’t get pregnant in season two, they don’t have to find a creative way to write her off, she doesn’t get abducted. I’m sure they would have found something interesting, but look how integral that moment became.

BD: Do you work closely with Chris Carter?

JH: Not so much now. Early on he provided us with a lot of feedback and tweaks. He let us know what he liked and what he didn’t want us to do. He reads everything, and he sees everything. If there is anything he doesn’t like I know he’ll let us know.

BD: Mulder has a very distinct voice and you nail it. How much research went into getting the tone of the book right?


JH: Well I’ve watched the X-Files a bunch of times. When they asked me if I was into writing it, I went back rewatched a bunch of episodes including the whole alien mytharc. I do sometimes joke that I might be the only person on the planet right now who knows what its like to have to resist the temptation to have Fox Mulder speak like Hank Moody. It’s not easy to resist that sometimes. Some of that banter and some of that dialogue is so memorable. The relationship between Mulder and Scully is so iconic and so familiar that when I sit down to consider a scene something inherent in me adapts to it pretty well. I’m pleased with the job we’re doing and it seems most people who pick up the book are. It hasn’t been that hard. I get such a kick out of writing cool things for Agent Mulder to do.

Issue 11 of the acclaimed series hits April 30th.

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Pelican Post Multi-Cam "Immutable Dusk" Studio Performance

bloody disgusting - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 14:07

Chicago instrumental metal band Pelican have released a studio performance video of “Immutable Dusk”, which comes from their 2013 album Forever Becoming. The video was done during an interview the band conducted on NPR’s Sound Opinions, which you can listen to here.

The band will also be embarking on a US tour alongside Nothing and also have dates with Tombs. Everything can be seen below.

I go through phases of digging instrumental metal above all else and lately it’s been one of those times. Any bands that I should be checking out that I might not have heard of?


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Betrayal Leads to Chaos in this Sneak Peek of The Following Episode 2.12

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 12:00

Our enthusiasm for "The Following" has waned, but not our morbid curiosity as to how the authorities can fuck up next. And with Lily back in the picture, we're game to stick around until the end of the season. If you are too, here are a clip and some photos from Ep. 2.12, "Betrayal."

"The Following" Episode 2.12 - "Betrayal" (4/7/14, 9-10PM)
A BETRAYAL LEADS TO CHAOS - After a series of public condemnations of Joe and his followers, Joe targets the son of a man who stands against him.

Meanwhile, Ryan is faced with the shocking news of Claire’s reappearance, and Mandy makes a decision that leads her to a familiar face, which could undo all that Joe has been working for.

Cast: Kevin Bacon as Ryan Hardy; James Purefoy as Joe Carroll; Shawn Ashmore as Agent Mike Weston; Natalie Zea as Claire Matthews; Valorie Curry as Emma Hill; Connie Nielsen as Lily Gray; Sam Underwood as Luke; Jessica Stroup as Max Hardy; Tiffany Boone as Mandy Lang

Guest Cast: Shane McRae as Robert; Sprague Grayden as Carrie Cooke; Mackenzie Marsh as Tilda; Josh Salatin as Lucas; Liza De Weerd as Angela; Felix Solis as Agent Clarke; Carter Jenkins as Preston; Tom Cavanaugh as Kingston; John Lafayette as Captain Turner

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See the Promo and Some Stills from Hannibal Episode 2.07 - Yakimono

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 11:30

Free at last... and it tastes so good! Will is out of Chilton's asylum, unbound and looking for justice. Here's the promo along with a baker's half dozen stills from next week's Episode 2.07, "Yakimono," to whet your appetites.

"Hannibal" Episode 2.07 - "Yakimono" (airs 4/11/14; 10-11PM): WILL IS RELEASED WHILE THE DISCOVERY OF MIRIAM LASS GIVES JACK NEW HOPE - When Jack Crawford’s (Laurence Fishburne) star pupil, Miriam Lass (Anna Chlumsky), is found alive, she becomes the FBI’s best hope of identifying the Chesapeake Ripper, but her foggy memory complicates the search.

Evidence found at the site of Miriam’s rescue exonerates Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) of any involvement in the Ripper and Copycat cases, and he is released from the asylum. Will warns Dr. Chilton (Raúl Esparza) that he could be in danger due to his intimate knowledge of the Ripper case, but when Chilton tries to confide in Jack that he shares Will’s fears about Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen), he is rebuffed—no evidence has been found against Hannibal, despite the FBI’s efforts.

Meanwhile, Jack wastes no time in reinstating Will on the BAU team as they hunt for the Ripper. After introducing Will and Miriam to compare notes, Jack’s suspicions of Hannibal’s involvement continue to build. Only Miriam’s memory holds the key to unlocking the Ripper’s true identity, but can it be trusted? Also starring Caroline Dhavernas, Aaron Abrams, Scott Thompson, Raúl Esparza, and Eddie Izzard.

Related Story: Trent Shy's New "Hannibal" One-Sheets Offer Stop-Motion Horror

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The Royals Invade these Images and Preview of Grimm Episode 4.18 - The Law of Sacrifice

Dread Central - Sat, 04/05/2014 - 11:00

Will Nick and Adalind be able to work together to protect her daughter? Will Capt. Renard make a stand as the Royals invade Portland? Check out several stills and a preview of Episode 3.18, "The Law of Sacrifice," for some clues.

Not only do we finally see Sasha Roiz get in on the action next week, but it's also our first look at new recurring guest star C. Thomas Howell as FBI agent Weston Steward, an ally of Prince Viktor.

"Grimm" Episode 3.18 - "The Law of Sacrifice" (airs 4/11/14; 9-10PM)
THE BATTLE FOR ADALIND’S BABY INTENSIFIES – Nick (David Giuntoli) and his mom, Kelly Burkhardt (guest star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio), join forces to protect Adalind’s (Claire Coffee) baby.

Meanwhile, Prince Viktor (guest star Alexis Denisof) activates a deadly Stateside asset (guest star C. Thomas Howell) to find Adalind and her child. Bitsie Tulloch, Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Sasha Roiz, and Reggie Lee also star. Philip Anthony Rodriguez also guest stars.

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