There is probably no better way to spend Valentine’s Day than with someone close to your heart enjoying a horror-themed version of a classic television show from the seventies. If you’re just joining us about this particular topic, there is brand-new version of “Fantasy Island” done by Blumhouse and released via Sony Pictures. This film opens today so I’ve got the Theatrical Poster, the premise and casting for you to examine one more time. Of course if you didn’t see the two trailers just click HERE and HERE first.
Now that 2020 is stem-rolling us all with numerous things to do, places to go and movies to see, I wanted to remind you all that there is a horror version of the classic “Fantasy Island” series opening up in the coming weeks. It’s a Blumhouse production care of Sony Pictures, and I shared the first trailer HERE if you didn’t see it. The “final trailer” has just been revealed but you completists might want to watch the both of them and we sure don’t mind some extra time on the website. I’ve followed said new trailer with the premise, an updated casting and the theatrical release poster. Have at it.
Though I’ve been doing my best to include more horror content into my Pop Culture, Film and Television narratives – I have to admit that I never, ever expected to learn about a horror-themed take on the classic 70’s television series “Fantasy Island”. The release is a Blumhouse production and will come out next year care of Sony Pictures and the first trailer was released only a few short days ago. Let’s take a look. I’ve followed said trailer with the premise, casting and some poster art.
Fans of the creepier shows on network television might want to check out the trailer/first look at this upcoming series called “Midnight, Texas”. I’ve embedded the trailer along with what its all about and the cast and you can check that out below.
About The Show: Midnight, Texas is an upcoming American drama television series set to be broadcast on NBC as a midseason entry to the 2016–17 network television schedule. The series was commissioned on May 13, 2016. Midnight, Texas is based on the book series of the same name by author Charlaine Harris who also wrote The Southern Vampire Mysteries, the novels which True Blood is based on. The series is set to premiere on July 24, 2017. Continue reading NBC Presents: “Midnight, Texas” Official Trailer→