SHOUT! FACTORY ANNOUNCES NEW HORROR/SCI-FI LABEL One of our favorite labels just punched the cool button and introduced a sub-label featuring horror and ... fans will rejoice as Shout! Factory unleashes HALLOWEEN II Collector’s Edition and HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH 30th Anniversary Special ... 05/31/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Shout Factory Announces New Sub-Label. Halloween II, Halloween III Blu-rays And More! Thanks to Mike Flynn (HunterTarantino on the message board) for bringing this fabulous news to my attention. A few weeks ago, there were some rumors about Shout Factory, a really cool company that specializes in old tv shows, and sci-fi/horror films (they ... 05/30/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
A Spanish company is suing Sony, NBCUniversal and Timeless creators Shawn Ryan and Eric Kripke, claiming that they pilfered the idea for NBC’s new time-travel drama. Onza Entertainment claims the series was “ripped off” from its copyrighted formatEl Ministerio del Teimpo (The Department of Time), for which the company says it was in negotiations with Sony to produce an American version.
The suit says the Spanish format “relates to the adventures of a…
The 2016 presidential election cycle has been very goo to cable news networks.
Fox News Channel delivered its most watched quarter ever in total day viewership. FNC ranked No. 1 in basic cable for Q3 primetime and total day total viewers. Despite the network’s internecine dramas, FNC viewers stayed loyal, to the tune of 2.437M primetime viewers, 459K of them in the news demo, and 1.41M total day total viewers of whom 276K fell in the key sales age bracket.
This marks the…
By most accounts, it was a solid premiere week for the broadcast networks. The overall Live+Same Day declines were in line with expectations; the Big 4 networks combined drew a 7.2 adults 18-49, down 9% from last year’s premiere week (some of the decline has to do with a weaker Sunday Night Football game this year), and 28.25 million viewers, -5%.
There were no outright flops among the new series, though there were some disappointments.
A24’s Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins, will open the 11th Rome Film Festival October 13. The chronicle of a young black man from childhood to adulthood in a rough neighborhood of Miami played to good notices at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, and will open theatrically October 21.
"Moonlight is an extraordinary film, at the same time powerful and tender, realistic and poetic,” said the Rome fest’s artistic director Antonio Monda.