Goth girl Colleen is about to take her vows when she learns her brother has returned home.
Upon her arrival, she finds finds her room exactly as she left it – painted black and covered with goth/metal posters. Her family reunion is both happy and awkward – her brother has gone hermit and is staying in the family guesthouse.
Little Sister will open in New York on October 14th and Los Angeles on October 28th with additional cities to follow. The trailer follows the jump.
Hamilton’s America – a comprehensive documentary that delves into the making of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway play and the hostory behind it – is coming to PBS’ Great Performances on October 15th as the season premiere of the network’s annual Arts Fall Festival.
Despite the fact that manga characters were generally designed as round-eyed and pale of skin (originally to attract a North American and European audience – everyone wants a global audience), much has been made (and complained) about the casting of Scarlett Johannson as Major Motoko Kusanagi in the live-action Ghost In The Shell.
Paramount has released five, count ’em five(!), very brief teasers for Ghost In The Shell, and they look crazy intriguing. See the other four after the break.
Hulu’s teen horror series, Freakish, drops its first season on October 10th – but a special initiative will allow fans to view two episodes a day free on a custom Freakish Tumblr page, courtesy of Awesomeness TV, for the first five days of the show’s run.
Get the details and out the new, very green, teaser after the break.
NBC is taking three of its new genre shows – Midnight, Texas, Emerald city and Timeless to New York Comic-Con 2016 (October 6-9).
The panels for Midnight, Texas and Emerald City (October 8th) will feature screenings of their pilots and discussions with their stars and producers. The panel for Timeless (October 9th) will feature a screening of the show’s second episode followed by a discussion with the show’s stars and producers.