I have yet to watch the first series of Ash Vs Evil Dead, but it is on my list. Ratings and reviews of the American comedy-horror TV show, produced and developed by director Sam Raimi, were solid and extremely positive. Hence why we now have a second season.
The trailer above sees the return of Bruce Campbell as Ash battling the evil dead once more with plenty of claret and the odd perfectly timed one-liner.
Ash Vs Evil Dead season two is set for release this October.
Watch this hilarious meeting between late night talk show host Conan O’Brien and his network censor.
The conversation revolves around what Conan can and cannot, say, wear or do during his live broadcast shows, which the censor might deem as offensive or inappropriate.
Of course Conan, being Conan, takes it right to the edge.
Here’s a TV spot for the forthcoming series Westworld, based on the 1973 film of the same name which was written and directed by Michael Crichton, (Jurassic Park).
The original movie explored the theme of artificial intelligence with a Western themed amusement park populated by human-like androids for tourists to interact with. The TV series, written by Jonathan Nolan (Interstellar, The Dark Knight) and produced by JJ Abrams will carry over the same theme which made the movie so successful and stars Anthony Hopkins, James Marsden and Ed Harris who plays the Man In Black, a role made famous in the original movie by Yul Brynner.
Westworld will debut in 2016.
Here’s the first official teaser trailer for the forthcoming horror TV series Ash Vs Evil Dead.
It’s understood the series will comprise of 10 half-hour episodes and will star Bruce Campbell as he reprises his iconic role of Deadite hunter Ash Williams. Director Sam Raimi, who helmed the original three Evil Dead movies will produce.
The official plot rattles along like so:
Ash has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity and the terrors of the Evil Dead until a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind and Ash becomes mankind’s only hope.
Ash Vs The Evil Dead will air this autumn.
So David Letterman signed off from The Late Show for the final time last night, bringing the curtain down on an illustrious 33 year career as the greatest chat show host that ever lived. I grew up watching Letterman and even though I’m from the other side of the pond I had a fond appreciation for the man’s laid-back, nonplussed approach to being a chat show host.
Of course the final show was an emotional affair and following his farewell the Foo Fighters, (as requested by the man himself), played a live version of Everlong as viewers were treated to a fantastic montage of Letterman’s time spent entertaining the masses.
This is how you do a proper send-off.
N.B. And how’s this for a gesture. Rival chat show host Conan O’Brien urged all of his viewers to change the channel to watch Letterman’s farewell while he was hosting his own show. Classy.
I had absolutely no idea who Britt McHenry was until today. Turns out she’s a reciting word monkey for ESPN and has delusions of grandeur about herself, which she aggressively projected onto some poor parking attendant who just happened to be doing her job.
In the video above McHenry berates the employee taking digs at her personal appearance, weight and job after she had to pay a fine for having her car towed for being double parked, (oh, the humanity!). McHenry seems like a thoroughly unpleasant, classist person from the footage and if her outburst against the employee wasn’t enough she thought it would be great idea to vent her spleen about the one-sided confrontation on Twitter.
Of course as is the case with these vapid co-called celebrities someone must have advised McHenry to delete all trace of her tirade because it might just make her look like an asshole. But screenshots of the tweets had been duly taken so in a complete transparant back-track she issued the following statement in which she fails to directly apologise to the employee she berated:
In an intense and stressful moment, I allowed my emotions to get the best of me and said some insulting and regrettable things. As frustrated as I was, I should always choose to be respectful and take the high road. I am so sorry for my actions and will learn from this mistake.
Yeah, you seem like the real regretful sort.
I have the distinct feeling that the forthcoming fifth series of Game Of Thrones will be soaked in blood.
Here’s the latest trailer for the award winning series.