You want cool? You want badass? And you want it free? Well, if you'll be in the Los Angeles area from Friday, May 21st, through Sunday, May 23rd, we'll be sending you and a guest to the Creation Weekend of Horrors!
Here at Dread Central we try our best to pay as much attention to the indie horror filmmakers out there as we do to the big budget studio stuff. One flick we've been talking about for a really long time is Underbelly (review here), and we're really happy to say that the flick is getting a DVD release this Tuesday, May 11th.
Boggy Creek's writer/producer/director Brian T. Jaynes has released some photos of the Facades FX creature shop in action on the upcoming film - a whole gallery's worth in fact!
We can't think of a better way to celebrate Mother's Day than by offering up some new stills from Darren Bousman's upcoming remake of the flick itself!
This scribe recently caught up with Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai, who filled us in on the status of his sequel to director David Slade’s 2007 vampire chiller 30 Days of Night.
We all know waiting for the June 13th Season Three premiere of HBO's True Blood sucks, and to help ease the pain, we have brief descriptions of Episodes 1-3 (aka 25-27). If you're the type who avoids spoilers, then you'll want to proceed reading at your own risk.
For a while now we've been hearing nothing but the promise of lots of "boobs and blood" coming out of Alexandre Aja's Piranha 3D camp. Well ... in this latest NOT SAFE FOR WORK viral video featuring star Jerry O'Connell and lots and lots of naked heaving breasts, you can consider half of that promise totally fulfilled.
Rejoice Predators fans! No more of that teaser stuff for you! Twentieth Century Fox has re-launched the official Predators website with all of the bells, whistles, skulls, and spines that you would hope to find on a site dedicated to a movie this big!
Some people, man! In what has to be the WTF? story of the weekend, it turns out that there are some folks in the UK against having the horror film Inbred about (what else?) inbred locals made there for fear of viewers thinking it would be based on fact. How we wish we're making this shit up! It's good to know that our friends across the pond can be just as silly as we are here at times!
Every since the great Andrew Divoff donned the make-up in Wishmaster, horror fans have had a love affair with the mythical beast known as the Djinn. It's been a while, but there's a new magical beast looming on the horizon.
I famously gave The Gingerdead Man a four-knife review. Sue me. I dug it. The sequel, not so much. Will the third time be the charm? It just might given how happy the killer cookie appears in the first released image of him in his swanky new disco duds.
Now that the Yuma, Arizona, based Renovation is in post-production, some new photos of the film directed by Robert Gwinn and starring D.J. Perry have come to light.
The new short film "Our Days Are Numbered" from producer Coven Delacruz and Condemned Productions has two of our favorite things -- zombies and hot chicks -- so of course we have to share this press release about it that just landed in our inbox.
One project we're ever so patiently waiting for is Gris Grimly's illustrated Frankenstein book, due out in the fall of 2011. Luckily, the multi-talented Grimly has been doling out one illustration a week on his blog, and we've got a couple of them here so you can see why we're so excited about the project.
Mr. Bricks: A Heavy Metal Murder Musical is a new film that promises to be the first of its kind: a horror musical with an original heavy metal soundtrack. Its creators call it "G.G. Allin meets the Rocky Horror Picture Show!"