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TNT's Tales from the Crypt might hit in late 2017 with an expanded slot

TNT's M. Night Shyamalan-spearheaded revival of Tales from the Crypt is creeping up on us! It's preparing to hit the airwaves tentatively in the fourth quarter of 2017, but the reason it's taking so long is a good one. First off, they want to make sure they resurrect the Crypt Keeper, who needs to be untangled from some messy rights claims. And second, they're developing much more...
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08.04.2016
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Trailer gives a look at Shyamalan's Split, starring McAvoy and Taylor-Joy

After a streak of films that weren't exactly well received by viewers, director M. Night Shyamalan won back some fans with last year's THE VISIT . Moving forward, will he continue to earn more good will, or is he heading back into the slump? Some clues lie in the trailer that was released this morning for his latest directorial effort, a thriller entitled SPLIT . Starring James...
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07.27.2016
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The next Tales from the Crypt writer could be you

M. Night Shyamalan's upcoming series Tales from the Crypt will be igniting a horror block on TNT with its ten episode first season. As if that wasn't great enough for horror fans, you might actually have a chance to get in on the ground floor. The story-sharing web site Wattpad has just launched an entity called Wattpad Studios, which is teaming with Turner and Tales...
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06.14.2016
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TNT to revive Tales from the Crypt as the centerpiece of a new horror block

The Cryptkeeper ain't dead! The TNT network is officially greenlighting their rumored Tales from the Crypt reboot for a ten episode first season (guided by a newly reinvented Crypt Keeper), but that's not all... Tales from the Crypt will lead a weekly horror block, which is set to include multiple series including Time of Death, a seasonal anthology series from IM...
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04.14.2016
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Shyamalan re-thinks his approach to Tales from the Crypt

The Tales from the Crypt brand began as a horror anthology comic book published by EC Comics in the 1950s alongside EC's other horror anthology titles The Vault of Fear and The Haunt of Horror. After serving as the inspiration for an Amicus film in the '70s (as did The Vault of Horror), Tales from the Crypt got its greatest exposure as an HBO television series that ran for...
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03.30.2016
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Video provides an early look at the second season of Wayward Pines

The viewing audience responded very well to the Fox television show Wayward Pines last summer, so much so that what had been intended to be a ten episode "event series" based on a trilogy of novels by Blake Crouch is continuing on into a second season with a story that goes beyond the source material. Crouch and executive producer M. Night Shyamalan are both...
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03.29.2016
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Fox announces cast and premiere date for Wayward Pines season 2

Executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan and based on a trilogy of novels by Blake Crouch, Fox's Wayward Pines was the number one scripted series on broadcast television last summer, so it's no surprise that it will be returning to the airwaves for a second season this summer. Fox has now announced exactly when viewers will be able to return to Wayward Pines: the first episode...
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03.07.2016
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Kacey Rohl and Nimrat Kaur head to Wayward Pines for season 2

Wayward Pines is gearing up for an even trippier second season, tossing some fresh meat into the mix. They've already added Djimon Hounsou and Jason Patric, but they're beefing up the ensemble even more with actresses Kacey Rohl and Nimrat Kaur. Rohl, who played Abigail Hobbs on NBC's Hannibal, will be playing Kerry Campbell, "a tough and...
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02.18.2016
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Wayward Pines to be visited by Jason Patric in Season 2

  Though many of its biggest supporters appear to feel a second season is unnecessary, Wayward Pines is coming back for a second round on Fox. The trippy sci-fi series, executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, did well enough in its first (supposedly limited) run that the network felt compelled to bring it back for more. As you know, genre TV is so hot right now. Wayward Pines...
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02.04.2016
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Dissecting M. Night Shyamalan!

M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN! So friends, what do we make of one M. Night Shyamalan? Has there ever been a more polarizing mainstream filmmaker this side of Ed Wood or Uwe Boll? Seriously? Or at least, among so called "A-list" filmmakers? Because, let's face it, the narrative on M. Night's career seems to be one devolving from undeniable wunderkind early on...
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01.19.2016
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Fox renews Wayward Pines for a second season

This past summer, the television series Wayward Pines , based on the trilogy of novels by Blake Crouch, enjoyed a successful ten episode run on Fox. Although those ten episodes were an adaptation of all three novels, executive producer Chad Hodge noted that the finale would leave a window open to the possibility of the TV show's story continuing beyond what Crouch had put on the...
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12.10.2015
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Universal is bringing M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit to your home

M. Night Shyamalan's THE VISIT reached cinema screens in September and not only pulled in a nice profit - earning over $91 million worldwide on a budget of $5 million - but also became the director's most well-reviewed film since SIGNS in 2002. Arrow in the Head's own Jake Dee gave it a 6/10  and our managing editor Eric Walkuski gave it an 8/10  review, in...
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11.16.2015
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