Just in case there was any doubt, Netflix has confirmed that Stranger Things will be getting a third season, possibly as soon as Fall 2018. The company made the announcement on Twitter after submitting a poll asking fans whether or not the show should be renewed. “For the love of Steve, duh,” the tweet reads. “So hold tight baby darts — season three is officially happening.”
Stranger Things’ second season debuted October 28th to massive critical acclaim, and record streaming numbers. Ross Duffer stated that they envisioned the second season as a movie sequel rather than a traditional followup. “I told Matt, ‘I don’t want to call it season two, I just want it to feel like a movie sequel,’” Ross said. “If you have a successful movie, No. 2 is always a little bit bigger.”
It’s the Analog Ooky Halloween Special! We’ve reached the final episode of our ooky spooky times, with the guys celebrating in epic fashion, with the latest cool shit that pop culture has to offer!
The casting of Shazam, Paris Games Week, and the guys’ best spooky ghost stories round out the spookiest Halloween special you’ll hear this year! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
After Leatherface from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre joined the survival horror title Dead by Daylight earlier this year, horror icon Freddy Krueger will be joining the fray tomorrow on the PC version of the game.
You can watch the debut trailer above for the character, and attempt to survive against him just in time for Halloween.
Netflix has posted the final trailer for Stranger Things Season 2, and it is quite possibly one of the best trailers we’ve seen all year. With more clues about what to expect from the new, supposedly scarier season, and plenty of new footage.
Details on the second season have been incredibly scarce, but we won’t have to wait much longer. Stranger Things Season 2 hits on Netflix on October 27th.
Another shocking piece of news this afternoon as Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros. has tapped Marvel’s Runaways and Rememory scribe Mike Vukadinovich to re-write the screenplay for Beetlejuice 2.
Currently, Tim Burton and Michael Keaton are working together on Disney’s live-action adaptation of Dumbo, but both are said to be excited at the prospect of working together again, as attempts to get the project off the ground have been on and off for several years.
The guys are back for a supremely spooky episode of Analog! Covering the latest cool shit that pop culture has to offer!
This week, Josh, Theo, and Bovi give their recommendations for the spoopy season, and talk about the DC Extended Universe, Batman Ninja, Men in Black, and more! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
The official Twitter account for Stranger Things has debuted a new, spooky poster for Stranger Things season 2, that shows fan-favorite Sheriff Hooper walking through a pumpkin patch, clearly affected by the Upside-Down.
On top of that, the third episode of the second season is titled “The Pumpkin Patch,” so let’s hope we get an eerie Carpenter-esque scene such as this when Stranger Things second season debuts on October 27th. Hit the jump to check out the full poster.
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The world is in disbelief today, as Saturday Night Live has announced a new animated Halloween special for the wildly popular character, David S. Pumpkins. “The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special” is based on the “Haunted Elevator” sketch from the Oct. 22, 2016 SNL that featured nine-time host Tom Hanks as David S. Pumpkins, on an elevator wearing a pumpkin suit and surrounded by two skeleton dancers played by Mikey Day and Bobby Moynihan.
The animated half-hour special is set to air on NBC on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT. Any questions?
The boys are back in town! The gang is all back together, plus several more Bovis join the team. Covering the latest cool shit that pop culture has to offer!
The Punisher, IT: Chapter 2, Red Dead Redemption 2, plus the age-old debate of Anime vs. Video Games takes center stage on this episode of Analog! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
Alex Garland is making quite the name for himself after his first outing, Ex Machina, was touted as one of the best sci-fi films in decades, and lived up to expectations. Now, his latest film, Annihilation, starring Natalie Portman and Oscar Isaac has its first trailer.
Based on Jeff VanderMeer’s book of the same name, Annihilation follows the story of a scientist (Natalie Portman) leading a task-force into the aftermath of an unknown environmental disaster, to find the strange alien creature that caused it, and to rescue her husband (Oscar Isaac).
Following the success of their recent Stephen King adaptation It, Warner Bros. & New Line have officially announced that IT: Chapter Two will hit theaters on September 6, 2019. It opened just over two weeks away, and scared its way to a $478.1 million worldwide gross, becoming the highest-grossing horror film of all-time (without adjusting for inflation).
Gary Daubermen, who penned the original, will return to write the sequel. Director Andy Muschietti has yet to close a deal for his return, meanwhile, Barbara Muschietti, Roy Lee, Dan Lin, Seth Grahame-Smith, and David Katzenberg are all expected to return as producers on the sequel that will adapt the second half of Stephen King’s hit novel.
The Dark Souls-like vampire title, Code Vein, received a new trailer at the Tokyo Game Show showcasing more of its original vampire-filled world, and the story, as the main characters are in search of a new source of food, aka blood, for their people. The character creation alone makes this game worth it, but the gameplay and beautiful visuals just keep selling me more and more on this.
Code Vein is releasing in 2018 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Announced today in a press release by the CW and Archie Comics, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is set to be a dark horror show, designed to serve as a companion series to Riverdale, the station’s popular gritty Archie adaptation, and is being planned for the 2018-2019 TV season. Hints have been dropped of Sabrina joining the crew since the series’ premiere, and it seems to finally have come to pass.
The series, written by Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and directed by Lee Toland Krieger, is heavily inspired by Archie’s grim re-imagining of Sabrina in the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic, which serves to paint a much darker picture than the old Melissa Joan Hart series ever did.
Josh and Bovi are back! Joined by Kermit the Theo, and Theo Romano! Covering the latest cool shit that pop culture has to offer!
Titans, a ton of new Director announcements, some awesome Hellboy news, and the history of Horror remakes, and what makes them great! All on this weeks episode of Analog! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
IT Director Andy Muschietti is the hottest ticket in Hollywood, right now, with the film’s anticipation reaching a fever pitch less than a few days before its release. Now, Paramount Pictures has jumped on the bandwagon and optioned him to direct a film adaptation of the novel, Dracul, a film fictionally explaining how Bram Stoker wrote the original Dracula novel, according to Deadline.
The tale is set in 1868, where a 21-year old Bram Stoker meets with an ungodly evil that he traps in an ancient tower all the while scribbling the events that led him there.
The script has been written by Dacre Stoker (great-grand nephew to Bram Stoker) and J.D. Barker. Paramount’s Vanessa Joyce will oversee development with Miri Yoon of Vertigo Entertainment.