Once again an eagle-eyed reader by the name of RJMacCready directed us to the Premiere Picture website, where some behind-the-scenes images from John Carpenter's long awaited return to the big screen, The Ward, were just waiting for us!
Lionsgate's The Last Exorcism (review here) is just a few weeks away and the hype machine is in full swing! Ready to dig on the latest international one-sheet?
You'll often hear us complain about the sad state of movie posters nowadays, but come October you'll no doubt hear us singing the praises of Titan Books' The Art of Hammer, the first ever collection of rare and iconic Hammer film posters with nearly 300 examples drawn from Hammer’s own archive and private collections from around the world.
Oh, how we love "True Blood" here at Dread Central. And a big chunk of that affection goes to HBO, who has provided us with not just one or two, but THREE preview clips for the upcoming Episode 31, "Hitting the Ground", which debuts this Sunday, August 1st.
Ah, Twitter. How you've leveled the playing field. Obviously not content to let camera-happy onlookers steal any of his thunder, Wes Craven himself has posted our first good look at Ghostface from the currently lensing Scream 4.
Like Creepy said when he wrote up the recent news story about Richard Lewis joining the cast of Amy Heckerling's horror comedy Vamps, a lot of us prefer our genre fare to stick to the serious side, but considering Heckerling's track record, I'm willing to give Vamps a shot. And the news that Kristen Johnston has joined the cast only increases the likelihood of the film being a winner.
You've read the reviews. You've seen the concept art. You've been horrified by the stills. You loved the one-sheet. Now the moment you've been waiting for ... Trembles' Motion Picture Purgatory for Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence)! The film stars Dieter Laser, Ashley C. Williams, Ashlynn Yennie, and Akihiro Kitamura. Its synopsis follows:
The official website for Resident Evil: Afterlife has just been updated with some pretty cool stuff included everything you need to decorate your desktop or laptop all purdy like! Dig it!
In cinema it is oftentimes the simplest of concepts that yields the most rewarding results. While the splashy - and usually braindead - antics of filmmakers such as Michael Bay or Jerry Bruckheimer may garner a lion’s share of the media’s admittedly short attention span, there are dozens of other more quiet and intelligent films that are also deserving of our collective interest.
While we are still busy filtering through all of the news that came out of the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, we figured that we would take a moment to let you guys know that our official photo gallery for the event has opened and we have put together a quick video montage from the big dance that is brimming with faces you should find very familiar.
A new clip from Anchor Bay's latest thriller, After.Life, which is crashing onto Blu-ray and DVD this coming August 3rd, has surfaced, and we've got the goods for you right here.
One project I was pretty stoked to hear about when it was announced in 2009 is the film adaptation of the graphic novel series Priest. Being a huge fan of the story, I had hoped that somehow the stars would align to bring audiences a faithful telling of Ivan Isaacs (Paul Bettany), a warrior Priest from the last Vampire War who now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden human inhabitants in walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church that must fight back when his niece (Lily Collins) is abducted by a murderous pack of vampires.
As if we're all not thrilled enough at the prospect of the Alien Anthology Blu-ray boxset coming from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment from October 25 internationally and on October 26 in North America, the powers-that-be have released an official trailer and an "Alien Egg Animation Video" featuring the Sideshow Collectibles Alien Egg (aka “The Guardian”).
When the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Total Recall came out way back when, it infuriated me. Not because it sucked or anything; in fact it was quite good. What bothered me was that it was released at a time when the MPAA was cracking down on horror, forcing studios to pretty much render genre flicks bloodless, and then this flick comes out and it's violent as hell but it's totally okay because friggin' Arnie was in it!
Every good horror movie needs an F/X maestro to pile on the goods that have gorehounds sweaty with anticipation. For Brock Morse's new flick The Victim, the film team has brought on a man who knows a whole lot about spreading the red.