Dead Mouse Productions recently released an extended six-minute trailer for Pennywise: The Story of IT, a documentary about the 1990 TV movie adaptation of Stephen King‘s IT.
The doc features much of the cast and crew talking about the adaptation, many of whom you’ll see in the trailer. This includes Seth Green, who played young Richie Tozier, and even the great Tim Curry, who played Pennywise.
Click on over to the other side for more info on Pennywise: The Story of IT and to check out the extended trailer.
A trailer was released recently for the debut season of Misfits & Monsters, a new horror-comedy anthology series coming to truTV.
The show comes from Bobcat Goldthwait, who’s best known as the stand-up comedian and actor who appeared in the Police Academy movies, Scrooged, and Shakes the Clown, and more recently as the filmmaker behind World’s Greatest Dad, God Bless America, and Willow Creek.
The trailer is kind of a trailer/featurette hybrid, with peeks at the show paired with Goldthwait talking about it. You can read more about Misfits & Monsters and check out the trailer along with some bonus videos below.
SuperMansion: War On Christmas, an original holiday special for the stop-motion animated series starring the voice talent of Bryan Cranston, premieres online today at Crackle, Sony’s streaming network.
Joining Cranston in the voice cast for the holiday special are fellow series regulars Keegan-Michael Key, Tucker Gilmore, Heidi Gardner, and Zeb Wells (the show’s co-creator), Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons as Mr. Skibumpers, an interstellar imp, and Gary Anthony Williams as the real Santa Claus.
Watch the trailer, and a few clips here below for SuperMansion: War On Christmas.
Happy Valentines Day! Buffy The Vampire Slayer is my favorite show of all time (and I watch a LOT of TV), so I decided to bless you all with a ranked list of least favorite (#10) to favorite (#1!) of the Buffy couples. Whether you agree or disagree with my choices, one thing we can agree upon is how wonderful Joss Whedon’s show was, as we still want to read, write, and talk about it still.
Alan Tudyk, Nathan Fillion, Seth Green, and Felicia Day, the stars of Con Man, made an appearance at a panel on Friday at New York Comic-Con to talk about the new web series.
Called an event 13 years in the making, Alan Tudyk (Firefly, I Robot) and Nathan Fillion (Castle, Firefly) developed the idea for Con Man in Tudyk’s kitchen. Later, we’d find during the panel that most of the ideas, sans two, were Tudyk’s. Their ideas were to have a show about actors and conventions, and the fans that worship them. The problem: no producers wanted it. Tudyk relayed later that many wanted to mock the fans and portray cosplayers as weirdos instead of devoted lovers of the art. Together they took to Indiegogo and through their devoted fans raised $3.2 million through 46,000 fan donations and did the show as a web series.