Over the weekend, Karen Marie Moning announced that her Fever series—with the initimable Jericho Z.Barrons as its “hero”—had been optioned for a film at Dreamworks. Coal mines are scary enough places when everything’s going right, but the terror level jumps up a few notches after a collapse traps the crew 600 feet underground; it’s only a matter of time before they turn on each other in a desperate bid to survive.This teaser leaves out the dialogue, opting instead to let the music and camerawork take viewers down into the depths of the mine and follow along on the inevitable descent into madness. To learn more about the film, visit: or --------- Harrow County #15 Cover Art and Preview Pages: From Dark Horse Comics: "Emmy has learned that she is not as alone in the world as she thought.Other beings, each possessing dark and terrifying powers, have arrived in Harrow, and they claim to be her true family.Being an avid reader, connoisseur of book boyfriends, and dabbler in the digital inkwell myself, I can't help but wonder what inspires those who create our favorite books.I have assumed their influences were deeply personal, gleaned from people they have known, places they have visited or lived, and fantasies they have cherished since childhood.
Watch the Official Trailer for I'm Dreaming of a White Doomsday: "From Reel Splatter Productions, writer/director Mike Lombardo and Horror Grandmaster Award winning author Brian Keene (executive producer), comes a nihilistic tale of survival during the most wonderful time of the year.
I'm Dreaming of a White Doomsday is the story of Kelly and her son Riley, weathering the end times in a bomb shelter amidst the ruin that once was the world.
With supplies and hope steadily declining, Kelly makes a horrifying decision that will cause her to discover just how far she would go for her child, and what lurks outside." Written and directed by Mike Lombardo and based on his short story of the same name, stars Hope Bikle, Damian Maffei, Shannon Moyer, Holly Andrew, and Reeve Blazi.
So when she encounters all sorts of things from the dark supernatural side, it’s definitely a culture clash.
Even before the series was optioned, people were fantasy casting who would play JZB, with the current top contenders being Joe Manganiello and Jason Momoa.