Posts Tagged ‘AMC’

AMC welcomes us to Paradise in all-new Preacher promo

Lewis Roth May 19, 2016 17:44

AMC has sent over a new trailer for its adaption of Ennis’ cult comic series Preacher, entitled “Welcome to Paradise”, ahead of its debut on May 22. As a diehard fan of Preacher, I’m incredibly pumped for this. That won’t come as a surprise to many – I have commented as such on several occasions …

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Jackie Earle Haley signs on to play Odin Quincannon in AMC’s Preacher

Daniel Bennifer February 10, 2016 19:35

Oscar nominated actor Jackie Earle Haley has signed on to star in Preacher, the forthcoming television series based on the comic series of the same name, of which is scheduled to debut this summer on AMC. Harley will play the villainous Odin Quincannon, who avid comic book readers will know all too well. His story …

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Preacher looks hellishly good in first full length trailer from AMC

Daniel Bennifer November 4, 2015 20:54

I’ll be honest, I’m incredibly pumped for this one. If anything, that’s an understatement. I’ve long been a fan of Ennis, and Preacher remains my favourite of his entire work. More-so, it’s probably my favourite comic of all time. Yes, that’s no word of a lie. It had such an impact on me, that its …

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Telltale announces The Walking Dead: Michonne Mini-Series

Daniel Bennifer June 15, 2015 17:07

Telltale Games has announced The Walking Dead: Michonne at E3 2015. It will release later this fall. The mini-series will run three episodes and will star Michonne, the iconic sword-wielding character from the comic series. We’re told that it will explore her storyline during #126 and #139. “In many ways, Michonne herself is a reflection …

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The Lord of Hell is loose in the City of Angels in Fox’s Lucifer

Daniel Bennifer May 27, 2015 12:52

Fox has sent over a trailer for Lucifer, its upcoming television adaption of the comic series written by Mike Carey. Published under DC Comics’ Vertigo label, Lucifer is a spin-off character originally introduced in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman. The series ran for 75 issues from June 2000 to August 2006, with Mike Carey at the …

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Ad campaign for Channel 4’s Humans is crazy over-the-top

Daniel Bennifer May 11, 2015 11:08

Genuinely. It’s one of the weirdest ad campaigns I’ve seen. I’ll go a step further – it’s scared the hell out of some people, purportedly, who believed we’d entered the age of synthetic humans – something out of the 2001 film Artificial Intelligence. Hell, they even had me for a moment, before I snapped back …

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