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NOT SAFE FOR WORK: First Look at Zombie Film The Epidemic

Know what irritates the hell out of us? When people throw white makeup on the faces of their friends, splash them with stage blood, tell them to run really fast, film it, and then call it a zombie movie. So many indie filmmakers have done just that. However, Nigel Hartwell is NOT one of them.

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero - Release News, Official Artwork, Stills

Alrighty, kids! If you've been waiting for the skinny on Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, then we have all the info you've been itching for! Look for the flick on VOD June 26th and in theatres on August 1st via RLJ/Image Entertainment.

Edward Furlong and Monica Keena Feel the Aftermath of a Zombie Apocalypse

What's the only thing worse than the world coming to an end? Zombies walking the Earth in its wake, of course. In Aftermath it's Edward Furlong and Freddy vs. Jason's Monica Keena that are tasked with beating off hordes of the undead.

Four More Sign on to Tangle with The Final Girls Including The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev

Nothing tickles my fancy more than horror movies about horror movies, and Sony's The Final Girls seems tailor-made for fans like ourselves. A handful of new actors have joined the flick so read on for full details!

Paranoia Sets in During 1971

When it comes to horror movies, the focus is usually on demons, ghosts, monsters, or slashers... but there's another kind of evil out there. One who's silently watching and listening... one with the ability to make people just disappear. One that reared its ugly head in 1971.

NBC Births a Pair of New Stills from Rosemary's Baby

Hot on the heels of yesterday's release date news for NBC's reimagined "Rosemary's Baby," the network has revealed two more images from the upcoming two-part adaptation. Check 'em out, and be sure to tune in next month!

Ryan Reynolds Gets Head in New Images from The Voices

One of the more intriguing films that came out of Sundance this year is without question The Voices, which stars Ryan Reynolds and talking animals. Yes. Talking animals. And Ryan Reynolds. Are you sold? Because we're sold.

Experience Life After Beth in August

We told you around the time of the Sundance Film Fest that A24 made a deal for the U.S. rights to Life After Beth, a Jeff Baena-written and -directed comedy that stars Aubrey Plaza, John C. Reilly, Dane DeHaan, Paul Reiser, and Anna Kendrick. Today we have a release date!

Gruesome Let Us Prey Teaser Comes Out to Play

Set to premiere at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival on April 17 is Brian O'Malley's Let Us Prey, which looks to be as blood-soaked and gore-filled as any horror movie released in recent years. And that may very well even be an understatement if this clip compilation is any indication.

A New Featurette to Get Under the Skin

Scarlett Johansson's extraterrestrial flick Under the Skin opens wider today theatrically, and to usher it in, we have yet another featurette to go along with the previous one. Dig it.

The People Need a Hero in this New Launch Trailer for Metal Hurlant Chronicles

Did Doctor Gash's preview of "Metal Hurlant Chronicles" encourage you to tune in when the series premieres on Syfy this coming Monday night? Still on the fence? Either way, check out this new launch trailer the network just released for even more to whet your appetites!

IFC Midnight Goes Home

After a successful run at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the new film from director Nicholas McCarthy (The Pact), entitled Home, has found a home with IFC Midnight. Plans are to release it on VOD and in limited theaters later this year.

Cotton Questions Mercy in this New Clip from Salem Episode 1.01 - The Vow

We're just a little over a week away from the arrival of the spooky looking "Salem" on WGN America, and along with another clip, we now have the official synopsis of Episode 1.01, "The Vow."

New Teaser Trailer Offers Up Deadly Revisions

We've been talking about Gregory Blair's Deadly Revisions for some time here on Dread Central, and we're excited to report that the film is now complete and gearing up to slash its way onto the festival circuit. Read all about it, and then check out the new teaser trailer, fiends!

Lionsgate to Split Third Divergent Novel Allegiant into Two Movies

In news that should surprise no one given the track record of recent young adult novel adaptations, Lionsgate has announced that Veronica Roth's third Divergent book, Allegiant, is being split into two movies.