Another new bit of clip related goodness and a brand new website for the Xavier Gens-produced flick by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, The Horde, appeared online today; and as always we've got the goods for you to dig on.
We're just three episodes away from the Season One finale for Kevin Williamson's smash hit The Vampire Diaries, and up this week is Episode 19, "Miss Mystic Falls", which, as you might expect given the title, is chock full of lovely ladies in guest starring roles.
With Morgan J. Freeman’s Homecoming hacking its way onto DVD today (courtesy of Paramount Pictures), we here at Dread Central thought it a perfect occasion to take a look back at our favorite on-screen axe murderers as a way of indoctrinating this new blood into the mix. 10. Gaear Grimsrud (Peter Stormare) – Fargo (1996)
Not satisfied with the hefty slate of films announced back in February of 2008, RKO Pictures has set its sights on the rights to a new Hitchcockian thriller!
Amanda Seyfried has gotten herself a leading man to join her in Catherine Hardwicke's The Girl With the Red Riding Hood. The forecast prediction thus far includes lots of pretty teens, lower level CGI-laden werewolf action, and zero bite. Please ... prove us wrong!
E1 Entertainment has provided us with the DVD and Blu-ray artwork as well as a brand spanking new release date for Fruit Chan's take on the Hideo Nakata tale Joyurei, or, as it will be known here, Don't Look Up.
Having been a zombie in George A. Romero's latest flick, Survival of the Dead, there's one thing that I can tell you for a fact ... running with a pack of flesh-eaters is a damned good time! If you're in the Southern California area, you'll be able to find out just how much fun it can be.
More than 20 years after he used 16mm to prove himself worthy of a cult following with Tetsuo, The Iron Man, Shinya Tsukamoto is back with another frenetic, hyperbolic experience. And if you'll be at this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, you can see the final director's cut for the first time.
After being unceremoniously booted off of Saw VII 3D to make room for Saw VI's returning champ Kevin Greutert, Saw V director David Hackl had a lot of time on his hands. But now all that's about to change since he's signed on to help adapt The Butcher Bride, Vince Churchill's sexual, supernatural roller coaster ride of a novel.
Morgan J. Freeman's (emphasis on the J) psychological horror flick Homecoming hits home video this week, and to celebrate this auspicious event, star Mischa Barton sat down to give her two cents on the murderous proceedings!
As we've done in years past, we're going to be spotlighting the horror offerings at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 21st through May 2nd in New York City. First up is the uber violent and controversial The Killer Inside Me.
What happens when you mix the zombie comedy mayhem of Shaun of the Dead with the teenage wonder years of "Friday Night Lights"? You get a movie with a football team on the prowl to score a bite out of your ass along with their touchdown. Are you ready to Play Dead?
You see it's pretty simple. When someone finds a dollar, it usually means that I lost it. To say my luck is sketchy at times is a bit of an understatement, but after hearing about what happened to a poor couple in Maskerade I'm feeling pretty damned good!
Three more wicked little trailers starring a demented teddy bear who's looking to kill his cuddly friends in the most violent ways imaginable have stitched their way online and we have every absurd second of it for you!
If there's one game we're all dying for some solid info on, at the very least in terms of a release date, it's Namco's reinvention of the granddaddy of survival horror games, Splatterhouse. We've all seen the delicious screen shots and salivated over some early game footage, and now the most meatiest offering to date is here! Strap in for the extended trailer!