News Round-up Week Ending 1 August

Girl in the BasementMeet The Girl In The Basement

Flu scribe Wayne Simmons recently celebrated his 40th birthday by releasing a new novella The Girl In The Basement through Infected Books. Kayley Sands goes missing after a night out in Manchester and finds herself locked in a basement with nothing but the demons from her past and a demented captor for company. Pick up your copy of the book for 77p or 99c depending on your country from the Infected Books website.

Rob Zombie needs your help

Rob Zombie has this week announced that his new film 31 is his first crowd-sourced film. 31 is the story of five people kidnapped in the five days before Halloween who are then forced to play a deadly and violent game called 31 to survive. You can find out more about the film at the FanBacked website.

Scream TV show details emerge

Some details of the anticipated Scream TV show have emerged this week. Actors wanted by the producers to play lead roles include John Karna, True Blood‘s Carlson Young and model Amadeus Serafini. The show will centre on a viral video clip that goes wrong and becomes the catalyst for a series of murders. This Is Horror will bring you more details on this series as they emerge.

Hannibal season three comes into focus

Show runner Bryan Fuller was speaking at San Diego Comic-Con last weekend and dropped some significant details about season three of the show. To avoid spoilers for those who haven’t watched season two, it has been confirmed that the new season will take place in Italy, far removed from snow covered Baltimore and will feature new characters from the books including Francis Dollarhyde and Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi. Whilst no air date has been confirmed, the show looks like to appear in 2015.

Constantine footage ignites

The TV version of Constantine also featured at Comic-Con. Check out the trailer that aired there and whet your appetite for this forthcoming series.


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