More Behind-the-Scenes Badassery - Joe Lynch's Knights of Badassdom

Though we miss him at Comic-Con, we're thrilled that director Joe Lynch is busy getting his latest flick Knights of Badassdom into fighting shape. Ready for more imagery?

IFC Acquires Tetsuo II & III and Wake

Our friends at IFC dropped us a line to let us know about some of their recent genre acquisitions, and they've definitely got some good ones on their hands. Hot off the heels of The Human Centipede, come on in and see what's waiting in the wings at IFC (Hint: it's Tetsuo II & III).

See a New Photo From Let Me In

Like everything else on the planet, Matt Reeves' remake of Let the Right One In (titled Let Me In) is going to have a substantial presence at the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. In preparation for that, we've got a new photo for you.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Early Art - Battle: Los Angeles

Texas Chainsaw: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman's new film, Battle: Los Angeles, is getting some love at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we have an early look at the artwork.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Artwork for Sony's Priest and Resident Evil

Sony Pictures is making a splash at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we've got some images from the booth that's home to two of their biggest genre offerings - Priest and Resident Evil: Afterlife.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Coolest Display Ever - AMC's The Walking Dead Booth

Without question the coolest friggin' thing we have ever seen at this or any Comic-Con is AMC's booth for their upcoming zombie show, "The Walking Dead". Get ready for the goods, kids!

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Alien Anthology Comic-Con Booth

It's Preview Night here at Comic-Con, and as always Dread Central has gotten in a bit early to bring you some images from the convention floor. First up a look at Fox's booth celebrating the release of their Alien Anthology. Dig on the goods below.

True Blood Comic Series Courtesy of IDW and HBO

I guess I just don't get the whole True Blood phenomenon. I tried watching the first season after virtually everyone I know proclaimed it to be the greatest show ever, but what I saw was a turgid soap opera buoyed by a morose pace and largely unlikable characters. Clearly, though, I'm in the minority, as stories like this one prove.

A New Batch of Drive Angry Pictures

Is there any way one cannot be excited about Patrick Lussier's Drive Angry? From the exploitative premise to the colorful cast, this is one flick that seems rightly poised for the pleasures of 3D, and I'm dying for it. If you're like me, today's pictures should help reaffirm the fact that this will be a must see.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Poster Giveaway

Those of you looking forward to the Guillermo del Toro-produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark should feast your eyes on this limited edition poster that will be made available at the San Diego Comic-Con.

Check Out This Monsters Quad Poster

It's been a little while since we've had any kind of update on Gareth Edwards' promising creature flick, Monsters, so it's only appropriate that we bring you a hot off the presses look at the British quad poster.

Alice Cooper and his Daughter Tackle Silas Gore

Looks like Alice Cooper is headed back to his hometown of Detroit, and this has all the potential to be one of the coolest homecomings of all time.

Quarantine 2: Terminal More than Just a Remake of [REC] 2

Quarantine was a fairly faithful Americanized adaptation of the Spanish horror hit [REC], aside from the drawn out intro at the firehouse and the decision to replace the supernatural element with super rabies. While [REC 2] is currently scaring audiences, the makers of Quarantine 2: Terminal have come up with their own ideas rather than just a sequel to a remake that would also be a remake of a sequel.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: One-Sheet Debut - Saw 3D

If there's one thing you simply have to applaud about the Saw franchise, it is the various marketing campaigns for each film. Simply put, the one-sheets have always - and we mean always - kicked ass and totally served to get fans in ... shall we say ... the spirit of things. So what will we see on the first-ever one-sheet for the seventh entry into Lionsgate's mega-franchise? The wait is over.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: The Strange Case of Hyde Heading Back to the Big Screen

Some tales never die. Such is the case with the dastardly duality of The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. While Jekyll was always the focus of the story, there's no denying Hyde was lots more fun, and now more of the dark side is being adapted for the big screen.