We don't know why, but we're really loving us some Lohan lately. Maybe it was the look of disbelief at her sentencing, or maybe it's residual love left over from the freak fest I Know Who Killed Me, but she's way on our radar! A new still of her handling some hardware in the flick Machete has surfaced, and we're happy to bring you every inch of it!
It's been a while since last we spoke about Hollywood's bid to turn the board game Monsterpocalypse into a big budget movie with Tim Burton at the helm, but finally some news has flooded in.
I don't know of a single horror fan who is not excited for AMC's six-episode airing of Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie comic The Walking Dead. As if you needed even more of a reason to get hyped, a new video has surfaced full of interviews and shamblers!
Remember in my last entry when I asked where the good horror movies were this year? Well, I think they ground them all up and crammed the resulting mess of a thousand repellent movies into just one: A Serbian Film (review here).
In a TV landscape populated with reality shows that move quickly between the sublime and the stupid, have you ever wondered what would happen if things actually got a little out of control? We mean really out of control, not what the producers push out to make us think things are nuts! Then the new project Fragment is right up your chaos loving alley!
Where has this year gone? Comic-Con is right around the corner, and now some cool stuffage has been floated our way to share with you concerning the biggest Halloween haunt in the world! Is October really that close? You bet your ass!
Last night's "True Blood" Episode 29, entitled "Trouble", had me laughing out loud several times from its sheer audacity (here's hoping Franklin sticks around for a few more episodes at least - he's so beautifully deranged). If you enjoyed it as much as we did, come on inside for HBO's Post Mortem and Inside the Episode along with a peek at next week's installment, "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues".
The Woman in Black is a big favorite of several members of the Dread Central staff, and we've been anxiously awaiting casting news for Hammer Films' upcoming remake. Today we learned who would be playing the main character, young lawyer Arthur Kipps, and we have to say it's an inspired choice!
Yep, it's Monday. The work was has begun. You're barely awake. Everyone on the planet is already giving you shit. All you want to do is go home and go back to sleep. We've all been there. That being said ... how about a little NOT SAFE FOR WORK goodness to help you through the upcoming five days of aggravation? No, really, it's our pleasure!
Here at Dread Central we spend a lot of time looking over indie features and short films. It's become a job in and of itself. Every so often, though, one catches our eye that exhibits a certain quality that warrants us to push it out there your way. Enter the new short film Becoming Undead.
Last Thursday, July 15, Capcom announced there will indeed be a "Zombrex Edition" of Dead Rising 2 for $79.99 that will include sooo many fun items. Exclusive to North America (sorry, everyone else) and scheduled for release along with the regular version on September 28, 2010, this special edition includes a two-disc steel case, art book, and a ton of other awesome shit. Wanna see what you get for your money? Dead Rising 2 game disc
The New York Asian Film Festival came and went in a flash this year (July 15-24), and shortly after I was buried in the San Diego Comic-Con planning avalanche. Now I get to take a two-minute break and give you a rundown of the films I caught from the show, most of which will be released by Sushi Typhoon and Media Blasters ...
There is a family somewhere in New Jersey that craves flesh and blood, stripped clean off the bones of anyone who has the misfortune of stumbling across them. No, we aren't talking about the ladies of "The Jersey Shore". The family in question is from Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, and this past Saturday, July 17th, they descended on the sleepy little town of Metuchen looking for a bite to eat!
We've given you the synopsis and a batch of sexy, gore-soaked images for Andretti Dante's upcoming anthology Book of 1,000 Deaths, and today we're pleased to present the first teaser trailer for the project.
Tom Felton, who is best known as Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise, has signed on to the latest chapter in the Planet of the Apes series, Rise of the Apes, playing Brian Cox's son.