The holiday shopping season is officially upon us, and that means it's time to take a look back at the last year of Blu-ray releases to help you decide which packages will have the horror fans on your list grinning from ear-to-ear!
One is a highly controversial film about a nightmarish trip to Disneyland. The other a documentary about UFOs and the government's cover-up of the existence of aliens. Both Escape from Tomorrow (review) and Mirage Men have found a distribution home in Random Media, who will be releasing them next year.
There's nothing we like more around the Dread Central offices than a good old fashioned ghost story, and one has gone viral and is making the rounds on this crazy thing we call the Interwebs so here ya go!
As we told you last month, Machinima is working on an adaptation of the Tim Daniel comic property Enormous, looking to turn into a live-action web series. But first, they're setting their sights on shooting the pilot episode, which has just found its cast. Read on for the Enormous details!
Henry Rollins' new project, He Never Died, has wrapped in Toronto, and right now we have a new still for you cats featuring a bloodied Rollins who's definitely seen better days. Check it out!
Matt Hish's Haunting of the Innocent is hitting home video in late January of next year courtesy of Uncork'd Entertainment, and right now we have your first stills. You know you love stills! Who doesn't love stills? Stills for all! I'm buyin'!
Showtime's "Penny Dreadful" is one of our most anticipated new shows of next year, and the network has begun an on-set Video Production Blog, Chapter 1 of which you can watch right here. Meet the producers, get a glimpse into the set, and find out "What is a penny dreadful?"
New images surfaced today for the producer's cut of the flick which is LARPing as a Joe Lynch film, Knights of Badassdom, and we have each and every one of 'em right here for ya! Wilst thou except thyne quest?
"The Vampire Diaries" returns on January 23rd with its 100th episode, which is entitled "500 Years of Solitude." Will Katherine survive? Guess we have a few weeks to wait before finding out!
The Tommy Jarvis “trilogy” of Friday the 13th movies is among the franchise’s most popular. When looking at The Final Chapter, A New Beginning, and Jason Lives, it’s clear that we’re talking about three very different slasher movies—each with its own style.
We've been talking about Sam Miserendino's graphic novel Prince of Pieces, a satirical horror story about the return of Jesus, for several years now. Finally it's nearing completion, and what better day to unveil an exclusive early look than Friday the 13th?!? Fresh off the cross, here are four new images.
There’s a general misconception among casual horror fans that any flick produced by a fellow fan, or amateur, isn’t worth the time it takes to type in w-w-w-.-y-o-u-t-u-b-e-.-c-o-m.
Coulrophobia. Fear of clowns. Yeah, folks, it's real. We're not sure if it's a generational thing or a nature versus nurture thing, but the time of the clown as a happy-go-lucky bringer of good cheer has gone by the wayside.
Never mind the holiday season. Consider that officially on hold until tomorrow is over. That's right, Dreadies! It's the last Friday the 13th of the year, and you should be celebrating by enjoying our extensive list of goodies related to the day and series of films!
Mid-Season Premiere Dates Announced for The 100 and Star-Crossed; The Tomorrow People Moving to Mondays
The CW announced its mid-season schedule today, including the premiere of new dramas "The 100" and "Star-Crossed" and a move for "The Tomorrow People" to Mondays.