Episode 3 of the Roger Corman/Joe Dante/Corey Feldman collaboration known as Splatter is hitting Netflix -- appropriately enough -- today, Friday the 13th. Bring your hockey masks and a mop!
If you were amongst the people rendered giddy by the news a few weeks back that Sylvester Stallone was readying a fifth Rambo movie that would have him on a savage hunt in search of a genetically engineered predatory monster (story here), Stallone still intends to tackle that monster but no longer with the character of John Rambo.
Sometimes when you think about all the chaos in the world today, you can't help but feel that maybe, just maybe, it wouldn't be such a bad idea for nature to flip the switch on us and reboot our existence. Of course Platinum Dunes would then take this idea and make a grittier reboot in about a decade from now. We just can't win, I tell ya!
Here at Dread Central we're always on the lookout for cool shit to let you guys know about. Luckily for you we've been alerted to a badass new zombie comic anthology series called ZombieBomb! which will be coming at us soon from the fine twisted folks over at Terminal Press.
Ever consider that person you're dating? Just what would they do without you? More importantly, what would they do if you left them? Some women say they can't live without their men. Others say they won't let their man live without them.
One project we've been pretty excited about around here since first learning of it is Altitude starring Jessica Lowndes. Monsters taking down a plane? Hell yes, we are there! Ready for a little temp trailer action?
While sitting down with MTV for an interview, scribe Kevin Williamson offered an update on his long attachment to Curtis Hanson's 1987 thriller Bedroom Window.
Talk about a milestone. Paranormal Activity (review here) has shattered any and all expectations at the box office, pulling in over 100 million dollars.
Under the auspices of the Facebook Comic-Con (a free virtual convention occurring through the architecture of Facebook), Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated (NOTLD:R) will be screening in its entirety from November 12th-15th.
In case you didn't have enough of finding out exactly who shits on the sidewalk the first time out, the sequel to the remake of Death Race is now on its way from Universal.
You remember the VHS cover: a zombie, clawing its way out of a TV set. And that title? Totally 80’s, totally in blue neon with drippy, gruesome, haunted house lettering: The Video Dead, my friends. Heck it used to be on USA every Saturday growing up, hawked by Rhonda Shear or Commander USA. Well, as you know, it’s not on DVD ... yet.
One of the selling points of the recently released The Fourth Kind was its ambiguity. Was it really based on actual news reports about and research into alien abductions in and around Nome, Alaska, or was Hollywood pulling a fast one? According to the legal agreement reached between seven Alaskan newspaper companies and Universal Studios, we're definitely leaning toward the latter.
Horror has always dominated the American Film Market and 2009 was no exception. And while there was a considerable shortage of titles this year, the overall quality was a huge step up from previous AFMs. I guess there’s something to be said for the lack of over-saturation.
Teams Edward and Jacob are seemingly about to overtake the fans of Harry Potter, Batman, and even Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader by claiming the #1 spot on Fandango's advance ticket sales list. They're currently in 4th place but steadily rising.
Oh, man, Stephen King fans are in heaven right now. Along with the release of his new novel Under the Dome (look for a review soon) has come the news that Dome is heading to HBO. In addition, we now know the tentative title of the eighth installment of King's Dark Tower series as well as getting an update on the status of an adaptation of Cell.