Monday, December 31, 2018

Bruce Campbell To Host New RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT Series



From dreadcentral.com:

It looks like Bruce Campbell’s days on TV aren’t over as Bruce Campbell announced that he will be hosting a brand new Ripley’s Believe It Or Not series on the Travel Channel later this year!

During the Times Square NYE festivities, Campbell told host Allison Hagendorf, “As an actor I’ve always been draw towards stuff that’s a little more out there, a little more fantastical. As a kid I read the Ripley books. …I’m here to announce officially we’re bringing back Ripley as a television show. I’m hosting for Travel Channel.”

This is fantastic news both for fans of the original series, which last ran in the early ’00s with host Dean Cain, and for those who love Campbell, whose series Ash vs Evil Dead was cancelled by STARZ after its third season.


UPDATE - January 10, 2019 - Video of Bruce Campbell's New Year's Eve announcement in Times Square, NYC, 12/31/2018:

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Army of Darkness by Dynamite Entertainment at PAX Unplugged




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At PAX Unplugged, Dynamite and Lynnvander studios sat down to showcase Army of Darkness: The Board Game! Army of Darkness recreates the battle for Arthur's Castle at the end of the film, as the Deadites swarm over the walls in their attempt to capture the Book of the Dead. The players take the roles of some of the important characters from the film (Ash, Henry, etc.) and try to defeat Evil Ash and his horde of Deadites. Keep up to date with this project here: https://www.dynamite.com/aodthegame/

Source: Game Trade Media

Saturday, December 8, 2018

One Of Pop Culture's Most Influential Art Shows Is Back For Its 12th Year

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Army of Darkness by Stephen Andrade


From gizmodo.com.au:

"Crazy 4 Cult," an annual gallery show that helped put pop culture art on the map, is returning this weekend — and this time it's bringing along a friend, a second awesome pop culture art show right next door.

"Crazy 4 Cult 12" opened Friday, December 7 at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, California, with "Lost Days" — a three-person exhibit featuring work by Dan Mumford, Jeff Boyes, and Jeffrey Everett — opening in an adjacent space.


"Ash Vs The Temporal Vortex" by Bryan Brinkman - Click Here To Purchase


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Featured Artwork: "Henrietta" by Monster Boy Creations



From @Rexhonk on Twitter:

And Henrietta from is done.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Monday, December 3, 2018

Ladies of the Evil Dead Panel From Sinister Creature Con Oct



See Evil Dead stars Betsy Baker, Ellen Sandweiss and Theresa Tilly share stories about being a part of the classic horror franchise known as The Evil Dead.

Source: The Horrific Network