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    Trailer: NBC’s “DRACULA” takes a bloody jaunt through London

    NBC’s DRACULA, starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the world’s most iconic vampire, boasted a large presence outside the San Diego Convention Center this past weekend. Each morning, I walked past an ever growing line of con-goers and curious residents alike, awaiting entrance into “Dracula’s Crypt.” I assume this is what played inside.

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    [SDCC '13] Scream Factory releasing “NIGHTBREED: THE CABAL CUT” & more!

    Shout! Factory’s boutique genre label has been big news this past year. Young, but adoring to cult classics and hidden gems ignored by good home video release, they’ve already unleashed proper editions of HALLOWEEN II & III, DEADLY BLESSING, THE FOG and THE NEST with titles like INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN and PRINCE OF DARKNESS on the way. Today, they’ve come to Comic-Con to celebrate their mission and announce something very, very big.

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    [SDCC '13] Restricted “RIDDICK” Trailer, EXCL Director Comments

    Where CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK was an expansive, large scaled sequel, the third film in the series seems all about simplicity. Simple title, simple game and poised to very much to appeal to fans of David Twohy’s original PITCH BLACK. Reflected in both the latest, bloody preview as well as a chat with Fango here in San Diego, the filmmaker explains the film is “very effective in that very lean, tough R-rated way. A little grittier, a little bloodier.”

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    Q&A: Nicolas Winding Refn’s heightened, indulgent reality of “ONLY GOD FORGIVES”

    An intensely singular “something else,” ONLY GOD FORGIVES is an amazing flipside to the cool that was DRIVE. Nightmarish, surreal and red all over, Nicolas Winding Refn delved deep into the dark silence and hard stares of his work and returned with a fable about undeserved revenge and a mother-son relationship that “warped” only begins to describe.

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    [SDCC '13] Your daily zombie, courtesy of “THE WALKING DEAD”

    Tomorrow, our first look at Season Four of THE WALKING DEAD hits. In just a few months, we’ll be four seasons deep on a beloved, highly watched series that takes place in an undead-plagued wasteland. This continues to blow my mind, especially considering one of the series’ integral aspects is Greg Nicotero. His and his team’s work is being highlighted in anticipation of the trailer with new looks at walkers from the next season. In a show that has started to focus greatly on the human and interpersonal conflict in a post-apocalypse, does this mean the zombies and their threat will be weightier?

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    [SDCC '13] Report, Pics: Legendary’s GODZILLA Encounter

    San Diego Comic-Con extends far out of the convention center. Ever widening, it takes over the surrounding Gaslamp Quarter, its hotels and restaurants, and is often a barrage of advertisements. Studios come with what they hope to be their biggest and best, drumming up anticipation. More so, they’re drumming up anticipation for that anticipation. There’s few things Fango is as interested in this year as how the new GODZILLA is shaping up. The King of Monsters returning at the hands of one of our brightest new talents (Gareth Edwards, who debuted with the fantastic MONSTERS) is something to be excited about. Warner Bros. & Legendary knows as such. They could surely rest on the highly anticipated panel and a simple teaser. They have not. 

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    [SDCC '13] Come to the “EVIL DEAD” Party Saturday Night!

    What to do after the convention ends for the day? As San Diego Comic-Con has blown past niche gathering into pop culture phenomenon, the answer has become parties. Like the convention, they are often packed and loud. Unlike the convention, there is often open bar. With the DVD/Blu release here, Sony is throwing an EVIL DEAD-themed bash and hey, you’re invited.

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