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Robert Rodriguez and Danny Trejo Talk Machete and the Upcoming Ultra-Violent Director's Cut

Some fans argue that a lot of the more entertaining parts of the Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino Grindhouse double feature released in 2007 came out of the faux trailers created by several of the genre’s most beloved directors (keep in mind, this was about four months before Rob Zombie’s Halloween came out so yes, even Zombie was still beloved).

More New Artwork and Update: Throwing Stones

Producer Bart Van Bemmel dropped us a line with an update on his upcoming web series, "Throwing Stones" and as purveyors of all manner of badassery it is our duty to share.

Steven Spielberg, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci Team up to Bring Joe Hill's Locke & Key to TV

If you haven't been reading Joe Hill's (the son of Stephen King) wildly entertaining comic Locke & Key then you are missing out on one hell of a trippy and engaging experience. One so cool it has even caught the eye of Steven Spielberg and company.

Diora Baird, Harold Perrineau and Elisabeth Rohm Get Lost in Transit for After Dark

Here's the thing ... if you've just committed a crime and you're on the run you may not want to stash your haul someplace that will draw even more heat on you in the way out outlaw murderers. Then again, if people didn't do stupid stuff we'd have nothing to watch. So by all means! Have at it! Natural selection is fun and entertaining!

Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus vs. Urkel

Not content to just have in production Mega Python vs. Gatoroid starring Eighties pop princesses Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, The Asylum is also pressing forward with Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, and this time their stunt casting dips into 1990's pop culture with the announcement it will star none other than Jaleel White, best known to fans of "Family Matters" as that lovable nerd Steve Urkel.

Exclusive Guest Blog: Daniel Stamm on The Last Exorcism

With Friday's release of The Last Exorcism (review here) right around the corner, we thought we'd do something special for you to celebrate the movie's release. We're good like that so get ready to dig on a special guest blog right here, right now, with director Daniel Stamm!

CONTEST CLOSED! Win an Anchor Bay Blu-Ray Prize Pack - Hatchet and The Evil Dead

Anchor Bay is dropping two of their most highly anticipated Blu-Ray releases over the next couple of weeks and we've got a chance for a couple of lucky winners to get their claws into both on us!

Indie Filmmakers to Watch: Warren Disbrow Talks Hate's Haunted Slay Ride

The glitz and glamour of Hollywood never really appealed to Warren F. Disbrow when he was getting started in filmmaking. For him, one movie demonstrated that movie magic can happen anywhere - George Romero’s classic study of consumerism amidst a zombie outbreak, Dawn of the Dead. Because of Romero’s success, it inspired Disbrow to stay in New Jersey and make films the way he always envisioned.

Richard Valentine and Jessica Von Talk The Taken; Exclusive New Images

Filmmaking on a limited budget is always a difficult proposition, but when your entire budget is what most productions – even so-called “low budget” films – spend on their catering… it’s damn near impossible. And if you have plans of your finished product looking any better than your Aunt Edna’s holiday footage from Atlantic City… well, forget it.

Make a Date with Saw II: Flesh and Blood

Ready to play another deadly game? The sequel to Konami's surprisingly good Saw: The Video Game (review here) entitled Saw II: Flesh & Blood is well on its way and we've got the details on when you'll be able to get your hands bloody!

New One-Sheet and Images: Trent Haaga's Chop

Some more goodies have come to light regarding indie maven Trent Haaga's (writer of the acclaimed flick Deadgirl) latest slice of blood soaked carnage, Chop! Yes, dear reader, it is time for some production stills and the one-sheet!

Map of the Sounds of Tokyo - Trailer Debut and Release Info

IFC Films will be releasing Isabelle Coixet's Map of the Sounds of Tokyo nationwide via its genre film VOD platform, IFC Midnight, this Wednesday, August 25th; and Dread Central has the world premiere of the film's trailer.

Scream 4 Scene Descriptions and New Behind-the-Scenes Stills

The set for Scream 4 is locked down as tight as can be, but not so tight that some locals we're able to secure themselves an eyeful of some of Ghostface's new bouts of mayhem.

Cloverfield Monster Designer Neville Page Talks Super 8 Beast

Those of you eagerly anticipating JJ Abrams unleashing a new destructive alien creature on the masses are in for a bit of luck. Time for the first word on what to expect when the Super 8 creature makes its presence known.

Jaden Smith Joining the Monster Witness Relocation Program?

We here at Dread Central like Will Smith. He's a hell of an actor and his son Jaden is well on his way to becoming one. Even if his last film in which Jackie Chan taught him Kung Fu instead of Karate was a bit confused title wise. Looks like the younger Smith has another flick on the way that will find him taking part in a Monster Witness Relocation Program.