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Foreign Trailer Takes You Into a World Darker Than The Night

1975 saw the release of a Mexican film called Darker than the Night (Mas Negro que la Noche), which has just been remade not here in America, but rather over in Mexico. Well, that's a new one, am I right?!

Indie Screenwriter Pitches Direction for Paramount's Upcoming Friday the 13th Project

We don't cover pitches on Dread Central so I debated about this one. In the end it got me thinking about all the different ways to approach the story of Jason Voorhees, though, and I wanted to share what one filmmaker would do with the opportunity to pen the next Friday the 13th.

Jasonless Friday the 13th Stupidity Clarified

It only takes one person to screw up something someone else said to ignite a firestorm of silliness on this crazy thing called the Interwebs. For instance, back in January(!) Platinum Dunes' Brad Fuller was misquoted regarding whether or not Jason would return to the Friday the 13th franchise.

Friday the 13th Sequel Update

A few weeks ago the next Friday the 13th was reported to be in 3D. Recently, though, Bloody Disgusting caught up with Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller, who said that things aren't exactly set in stone just yet.

Watch New Short Black Spot in 3D Right Now

Sussex-based filmmaker Luther Bhogal-Jones invites you to six minutes of mayhem, delirium, and violence in the short roadside thriller Black Spot. Can you think of a better way to spend Hump Day?

Paramount Confirms Next Friday the 13th in 3D

Yep, you read that correctly: The next Friday the 13th film will be in 3D. Before you begin ranting, though, remember this... it worked back in 1982, right? The announcement came during Paramount's presentation at CineEurope.

Mexico Gets Darker Than The Night in 3D

More Mexican horror is on the menu with the 3D release of Mas Negro Que La Noche, or, as it will be known here in the States, Darker Than The Night. We have details, a ton of images, and some artwork for ya! Check it all out!

Nurse 3D (Blu-ray / DVD)

Starring Paz de la Huerta, Katrina Bowden, Judd Nelson, Corbin Bleu, Martin Donovan, Boris Kodjoe, Niecy Nash

Nurse 3D - Official Home Video Specs Arrive With a Splat

The wildly fun Nurse 3D (review) is coming home in April, and right now we've got the official word on what to expect once it gets here other than a 1080p look at Paz de la Huerta's commanding vagina.

Nurse Your Blu-ray / DVD Collection in April

The wildly fun Nurse 3D (review) is coming home in April, and right now we've got a peek at the Blu-ray / DVD artwork for you cats along with the initial details. Read on for the goods, and if you haven't seen it yet, order Nurse on VOD. It's a bloody blast!

Amazing 3D Images Without the Usage of Glasses?

When it comes to viewing 3D images in movies, TV shows, etc., our choices are limited. We're either wearing paper glasses with colored lenses or bulky glasses that we sometimes have to change the battery in, or we're going to the theatre and watching as our wallets are violated. There just may be an alternative!

Nurse 3D (2014)

Starring Paz de la Huerta, Katrina Bowden, Judd Nelson, Corbin Bleu, Martin Donovan, Boris Kodjoe, Niecy Nash Directed by Doug Aarniokoski

Paz De La Huerta Is Undressed to Kill in New Nurse Images

More eye-popping promo images have come in for Nurse 3D, and if you're well acquainted with our controversial ad campaign we had running earlier in the week, then you should find yourself right at home for these somewhat not safe for work images.

Nurse 3D Prescribes First TV Spot and New Images

I can already tell you right now, sight unseen, that Nurse 3D will be the sexiest horror film of 2014. It's set for a limited theatrical and On Demand release on February 7th, and today we invite you to feast your eyes on the first TV spot and a gallery of brand spankin' new stills!

Dario Argento's Dracula Sucks Its Way Onto Home Video

Though the majority of Dario Argento's earlier films are more or less universally loved by horror fans, not even the biggest supporter of his work can deny that the Italian maestro has lost something along the way.