No one will ever be able to top the 1968 horror classic Rosemary's Baby, but the NBC TV movie starring Zoe Saldana as the lead and Jason Isaacs as coven leader Roman Castevet, doesn't look all that bad. Behold!
Playwright and screenwriter David Mamet (Wag The Dog, The Unit, Hoffa) is developing is turning Christianity's Seven Deadly Sins into a television miniseries. Color us intrigued.
How many times do you have to murder the android version of your ex before calling it quits? Hopefully, dark comedy Android Re-Enactment will have the answer. Plus, Mega Shark Vs. Steve Urkel, and a scene from Ice Quake.
We didn't think Sharktopus could get any better - then we saw these new clips. Eric Roberts and Roger Corman positively bring it on-screen. And the half shark, half octopus monster ain't so bad either!
You've seen the Sharktopus, now feast your eyes on Syfy's Swamp Shark. At first we thought this film was a blatant rip-off of Jaws, except in a swamp. But Swamp Shark is actually a Jaws tribute film, starring Kirsty Swanson.
Who knew there was this much raunch in Syfy's adaptation of Philip José Farmer's Riverworld books? Tahmoh Penikett is naked/in bondage, while another character practices Kama Sutra on Mark Twain's steamboat. This weekend's Riverworld promises to be quite the experience.
Watch the world go blind while Eddie Izzard tries to save himself from a crashing plane, in the first clips from the BBC's Day of The Triffids Remake. And ask yourself: What would you do in Izzard's shoes?
Is Carny the most random Syfy Original yet? A carnival full of actual freaks lets their most prized creature loose, and now it's up to LDP to bag and and tag the giant urban legend.
The 1997 Justice League TV movie is like a tutorial on how not to do superheroes on film, from the stiff, I-can't-move costumes to the incredibly cheesy dialogue and acting. (Although I think the little documentary-interview segments are a neat idea, just horribly executed.) Here's the scene where our point-of-view…
This summer's remake of Journey To The Center of the Earth can't possibly be as pulptastic as this 1999 TV movie version, starring Treat Williams. Sure, the new Brendan Fraser vehicle will be 3-D and have actual special effects, but will it have jungle women doing a super-choreographed dance around a roasting dinosaur…