It's not often we hear of a cast as unique as the one producer Chad A. Verdi and Woodhaven Pictures put together for their upcoming film Army of the Damned. So when we got an invite to visit the Rhode Island set, it was a no-brainer.
BBC America's conspiracy clone thriller Orphan Black was renewed for a second season, and we recently chatted with Jordan Gavaris about his character Felix, how he got involved on the show and much more.
Last week Dread Central attended a press conference for the upcoming indie thriller Black Rock, and we’ve brought back some highlights from the event with co-writer/director Katie Aselton and co-star Lake Bell.
Need to pass some time? In a hurry for the weekend to get here? We've got your hook-up in the form of a pretty funny animated short film featuring a Giant Squid with a pretty crazy sense of humor. Dig it!
More foreign horror is on its way in the form of Ragnarok or The Gates of Ragnarok or The Enigma of Ragnarok or Gåten Ragnarok or whatever else they settle on the title to be. Either way, we have details, art, and an English subtitled trailer.
It's Friday, and we could not let the weekend kick off without some more eye candy from the set of the now filming Godzilla. On tap right now is your first look at star Aaron Taylor-Johnson along with a whole lot more!
Time to put your horror knowledge to the test, kids! Did you know that Robin Hardy's 1973 British horror classic The Wicker Man was based upon David Pinner's 1967 novel Ritual? Now, decades later, Pinner has wrapped up work on his official sequel.
Titan Books has re-released Homunculus and Lord Kelvin’s Machine alongside a limited edition of The Aylesford Skull by James Blaylock. We recently chatted with the author about what fans can expect from these new re-releases as well as why horror fans should pick them up!
With Amazon's failed "Zombieland" pilot fading into obscurity, its director, Eli Craig (Tucker and Dale vs. Evil), is moving on to other things--namely, hooking up with Universal to spread a Little Evil. Read on for the first skimpy details.
Who knows what horrors are contained within the Earth. Unless you have one of those nifty Total Recall remake elevators, there's just no way to know. Luckily for us monster movie fans, some poor souls are about to find out for themselves.
"Zombieland" co-writer/executive producer Rhett Reese took to Twitter to vent a bit upon hearing the news that Amazon will not be moving forward with the series. While reviews were definitely mixed, he seemed to place the blame on fans of the film who refused to embrace the concept.
Yeah, she can make just about anyone get a case of the old spine tingles. Seriously, though, word has come that Image Entertainment has picked up US rights to Cyclone Productions' thriller Shiver, a movie that's been floating about for a couple of years now.
We've been talking about Lance Henriksen's appearance on "Hannibal" for a while now, and finally next week in Episode 1.09, "Trou Normand," we'll get to see it. Check out this preview of the ep, in which Will begins to suspect there is something seriously wrong.
As a bona fide card carrying member of the zombie army complete with full Romero authorized credentials, I have to say... blaming zombies for everything has got to stop! Someone needs to bring a halt to this undead oppression! Seriously, This Is the End!
Finally, after two separate red-band trailers, an official piece of artwork for Paul Middleditch’s horror comedy Rapture-Palooza has arrived, and given the subject matter, it's painfully generic! Look for the flick from Lionsgate in limited theaters and on VOD platforms June 7th.