The Official Title for Star Wars Episode VIII has been Revealed!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi coming December 2017 to theaters

Star Wars: The Last Jedi coming December 2017 to theaters

It’s finally here, the long-awaited name of Episode 8 of the Star Wars saga was released today and it’s title leaves with it lots of excitement, speculation and anticipation for when the film is released this December. Star Wars.com posted the new title’s image up this morning, along with this note to the fans;

“We have the greatest fans in this or any other galaxy. In appreciation of the fans, we wanted them to be the first to know the title of the next chapter in the Skywalker saga: STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI.”

What does the title mean to you? Let us know in the comments below.

THE LAST JEDI is written and directed by Rian Johnson and produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Ram Bergman and executive produced by J.J. Abrams, Jason McGatlin, and Tom Karnowski. STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI is scheduled for release December 15, 2017.

Click ahead for the title treatment and one-sheet teaser poster for the film.

[REVIEW] Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks

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Behold the Power of the Daleks!!!

This week the BBC & Fathom Events hosted an exclusive nationwide cinema event screening of Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks. This was the first time Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks had ever been shown in North America. Lost since its premiere on the BBC 50 years ago, the full six-part story has now been meticulously animated and features added bonus content including interviews with members of the original cast.

Reigning title holder of the World’s Youngest Doctor Who reporter and reviewer, our own resident Whovian Lindalee Rose headed to a local theater with some fellow Whovians to check out this exclusive cinemas event, 50 years in the making!

The Power of the Daleks makes it’s official TV debut here in the United States on Saturday November 19th on BBC America.

FREE STUFF FRIDAY! Win a COMET TV Sci-Fi Network Out-of-this-World Prize Pack

Welcome to COMET TV

Welcome to COMET TV

It’s FREE STUFF FRIDAY!!! Well in case you missed it, there’s a new Sci-Fi Network in town called COMET. If you love all those fun cult classic films and television shows, then stop what you’re doing and go check it out at www.CometTV.com. And here’s the best part…it’s totally free and dedicated to science fiction and horror programming, playing the best cult classics, sci-fi adventures and shocking horror tales sure to send a shiver down your spine!!

Speaking of Free! This week, to help promote COMET, we have an awesome prize pack to giveaway to our Beyond the Marquee readers. Some of the goodies inside include;  Two COMET Exclusive Shirts: One – Get Skiffy “T” and the ‘We Can Hear You Scream’ Alien T. One COMET Robot Stress Ball, One COMET Flying Saucer, Astronaut Ice Cream, Popcorn and More!

Scroll down below and take a look at the COMET November Highlights App, that showcases all the awesome films you can only see on COMET, then answer our trivia question for your chance to win a Swag Box FULL of some out of this world prizes!!!

Hasslein Books Publishes the Watchmen Timeline!

Watching Time: The Unauthorized Watchmen Chronology

Watching Time: The Unauthorized Watchmen Chronology

Beyond the Marquee readers are no strangers to some of our past reviews of the amazing and incredibly detailed books written and produced by author Rich Handley. From Planet of the Apes, Doctor Who and Back to the Future, his meticulous publications are always packed full of juicy trivia, nostalgia, amazing facts, intricate time-lines and more. Rich’s latest is now available and we’re sure will not disappoint!

Watching Time: The Unauthorized Watchmen Chronology breaks down every event of DC Comics’ iconic comic book series and theatrical film, as well as every spinoff story to date.

Click ahead to read more from the official Press Release about the latest from Hasslein Books!

FREE STUFF FRIDAY: Win Tickets to BBC AMERICA and Fathom Event’s THE POWER of THE DALEKS!!!

The Power of the Daleks - Coming Soon!

The Power of the Daleks – Coming Soon!

It’s FREE STUFF FRIDAY and this one’s for all our loyal Whovians out there! As you may know by now, Fathom events and BBC Worldwide are thrilled to bring Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks to select cinemas nationwide for an exclusive event on Monday, November 14.

Lost since its premiere on the BBC 50 years ago, the full six-part story has now been meticulously animated based on the original audio, photographs and surviving film clips. One of the most celebrated Doctor Who stories of all time, this six-part adventure finds the newly regenerated Second Doctor (Patrick Troughton) and his companions Polly (Anneke Wills) and Ben (Michael Craze) on the planet Vulcan battling his oldest foe – the Daleks. If that is not enough, the event will feature bonus content including interviews with members of the original cast!

And this weekend, courtesy of Fathom Events, Beyond the Marquee is giving you the opportunity to experience The Power of the Daleks on the big screen in YOUR town, with a pair of tickets to the event! So gather your friends and join your fellow Whovians for this exclusive cinemas event, 50 years in the making!

Click ahead for more information about the event and contest details for your chance to win!!!

31 Nights of Nightmares, Part 6: The Sins of Jin Kelley

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My esteemed associates, I am overjoyed that once again join me for Derek Easley’s 31 Nights of Nightmares! In this edition, I will review “The Exorcism of Emily Rose”, which was my fiancée Megan’s movie pick of this review series (so she’ll guest review it with me) and then I’ll take a look at “Sinister 2” to see if the Boogeyman still has teeth. But first, I want to spend some time with a very talented actor/martial artist/stuntman/producer, Jin Kelley.

31 Nights of Nightmares, Part 5: The Wrath of Mac Beauvais

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Salutations to all you hairy full-moon mongrels from Derek Easley’s “31 Nights of Nightmares”, and I have some fresh reviews for you covering SyFy’s “Channel Zero: Candle Cove” (not perfect, but worth checking out as it is creepy and has a lot of potential) and the 2016 version of “Ghostbusters” (featuring entertaining scenes mixed in with numerous problems). But before I get that, I want to introduce you to my friend, entertainer Mac Beauvais (pronounced Bo-vay), who kind of lives and breathes horror and Halloween all year round!

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