Now that all the teaser character posters are out of the way, we have one more slice of crazy-ass goodness for you to sink your teeth into!
To read “From the mind of Doug Hutchison”, for genre fans anyway, is an invitation to be freaked out. The actor, who has given horror fans such memorable characters as Eugene Victor Tooms in two episodes of “The X Files” – “Squeeze” and “Tooms” (both in Season One of the show), Percy Wetmore, one of Stephen King’s more horrific villains, in Frank Darabont’s The Green Mile and most recently, Henry Victor, the racist and borderline sociopathic Army officer in JT Petty’s, The Burrowers, is also a writer AND serious horror fan himself.
Time for another installment of Doug Slack's horror anthology serial Hard-Boiled Horror Tales! Dread Central is proud to present "The Hit Got Hairy" Part X.
Excited for Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell? You should be! And stop being a douche and quit your bitching about the rating! Believe me, you're not even gonna notice! How about a taste of the mayhem to come?
For my money, anything that Bret Easton Ellis (author of American Psycho) does is worth taking note of. So, it’s especially cool to hear the author has written an as of yet untitled script that genre fans might find interesting.
True Blood fans can begin psyching themselves up for a second season of the vampire drama by checking out these promotional character shots as reported by Access Hollywood.
Those of you planning on checking out Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell when it opens on May 29th (if you have any common sense, you will be one of those people) will also be treated to the trailer for David Twohy's upcoming thriller A Perfect Getaway. That means grab your popcorn early and get your asses into the theatre, STAT!
The oddest zombie movie you'll ever see, Pontypool, has nabbed itself a snazzy new one-sheet to go along with its theatrical release. Just keep your mouths shut about it. Ya never know what harm your words can do!
A bounty of DVDs await those with eclectic tastes this week. Along with classics like Nightmare Castle, The Last Horror Film, and the ultimate "Suspense" TV series collection, we recommend Eden Log, Outlander, and of course MBV3D.
Never mind that silly rumored November release date. Lionsgate has announced a July 14th bow for their box office success, The Haunting in Connecticut.
In what's sure to come as no surprise to anyone, heartthrob Robert Pattinson, who's spending a little time soaking up the Cannes experience this week, confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that he's signed on for Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final installment in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga.
Leave it to Trembles to remind us what a classic slice of cult cinema Class of 1984 was!
Oliver Stone hasn’t been on much of a winning streak lately, but today brings us rumblings of a project that might just suit the director’s frenzied style.
Hollywood superstar Bruce Willis is about to throw himself into the center of another supernatural flick, Grimm, a small town horror story about the disappearance of a teenage girl that kicks off a whole slew of terrifying events.
Here we are again. It's almost too easy. Anyway, the first picture from the set of Platinum Dunes' reboot of the A Nightmare on Elm Street series has surfaced online, and you'll never guess who it is of!