Archive for May, 2011

EXCLUSIVE! Movie Still From Rooker’s Upcoming Film CELL 213!

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Hey, Rookerholics! The producers of Cell 213 have been generous enough to offer this EXCLUSIVE still from their upcoming thriller! Check out the film’s website at for the official trailer and theater listings and a cool gallery! Thanks guys, we can’t wait to see this movie! Click on photo for full-size image

Cell 213 and the subsequent tease

by Deepdarkred Rooker has been a busy boy, hunting and ducking zombies, video games and more recently staring in Cell 213. A horror movie. Rooker love, when will we see you as a Don Juan in a romantic movie? Maybe you can grab Norman Reedus and do it together. Before your mind sinks deeper in […]

VIDEO: Black Ops Call of the Dead – Michael Rooker Interview

Canadian Website Releases Fresh Images of CELL 213

Check out for images from Rooker’s upcoming supernatural thriller Cell 213. The film now has a Facebook page, so go LIKE it and tell your friends to do the same! Shit, yes!


By Elaine Lamkin And we thought it would never happen! Michael Rooker, our favorite bad-ass mo-fo, has been submitted by cable channel AMC as a contender for an Emmy as Best Male Guest Actor for his stellar portrayal of redneck, ass-kickin’ Merle Dixon in Frank Darabont’s production of Robert Kirkman’s THE WALKING DEAD. Sure, he’s […]

“The Game” is on

By Deepdarkred I can’t turn left or right without someone mentioning to me – “Call of Duty: Black Ops – Call of the Dead”. Seriously, it’s virtually impossible. I am one of those anachronistic people who is incapable of holding out a joystick (or whatever you youngsters call them these days) without dropping it to […]

Impressions: ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops – Call of the Dead’

Courtesy of Tue., May. 3, 2011 5:30 PM PDT , by Carl Lyon Today marks the release of the ‘Escalation’ map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops, which brings four new multiplayer maps to the Cold War shooter. Here at FEARnet we don’t give two shits about all that…we’re more concerned with ‘Call […]

A Look At the Cinematic Opening To Call of the Dead