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In a world filled with sparkling vampires who are more interested in romantic fluff than they are with putting the bite on a victim, films like Stake Land are in high demand amongst horror fans looking for some hardcore vamp action. Hopefully hardcore is exactly what Jim Mickle's (Mulberry Street) flick will deliver. At the very least it has Danielle Harris and that's enough to keep us interested!
Some of you out there consider a remake of Let the Right One In to be as near to sacrilege as you're willing to accept. We feel your pain, but let me remind you that we all felt the same way about Dawn of the Dead and that turned out to be OK. So what does director Matt Reeves have in store for us -- something to honor the source material or just more unnecessary Hollywood gloss?
Now that he's done introducing Nicolas Cage and Nicolas Cage's hair to the Devil's Sudoku in Knowing, director Alex Proyas is more than ready to sink his teeth into Dracula: Year Zero. But what's taking so long to get going?
It’s not often in the world of horror you can use the term wunderkind, but J.D. Lifshitz might be just that and then some. At 17 years old, Lifshitz is anything but your average teenager. He recently finished filming his first feature film, Killed on the Fourth of July, during the summer of 2009 after writing the script and securing independently-raised funding alongside his partner Josh Adams.
It's hard to believe Dread Central readers that it's been about 3 1/2 months since I posted my last video production blog for the upcoming twisted horror flick Breath of Hate, but here we are in January 2010, and I thought what better way to move forward into a new year than by giving you an exclusive look at some more behind-the-scenes shenanigans from the set.
The new latest trailer for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), was released today; and we have it for your perusal.
Of all the films playing at this year's Slamdance, one of the ones we're most excited for is Henry Saine's horror comedy The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu. Why? Because it looks nothing short of badass! Check out the trailer and judge for yourselves!
Writer / producer Jim Ousley dropped us a line today to let us know about a new horror movie he has gearing up for production in St. Louis. While we get hundreds of e-mails a day to let us know about new projects, the premise of this one is so wacky that we just had to share! Are you ready to become part of The Bloodfest Club?
You know what's missing from today's zombie flicks? Romance and love! Well, sort of. But that's how Summit Entertainment is hoping you think as it gears up to give us a few Warm Bodies to cling to.
The duo of darkness Colin and Greg Strause are teaming up once again to co-direct another two horror films. Please for the love of god at least let some of the budget for these upcoming flicks go toward buying a lighting rig.
The second behind-the-scenes look at Philip Ridley's UK Shocker Heartless has just hit online, this one featuring co-star Noel Clarke walking us through the goodies.
The latest live action adaptation of a Stephen King tale, Dolan's Cadillac, will be pulling up to video store shelves this spring, and we've got an early look at the cover art for you!
Man's best friends. Our pets are always there for us when we need them to be. They curl up with us when we're sick. They make us smile when we're down. And should we ever end up committing murder, you can be sure they'll become vocal enough to help us cover our tracks!
Horror comedies. When they work they're sometimes brilliant, when they don't, man, do they don't! So how will the upcoming All About Evil fare? From the looks of the new stills ... bloody good!