One flick that's high on the list of films Dread Central staffers are looking forward to is The Resident. Hammer Films, Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Christopher Lee all add up to some serious genre cred, and we're pleased to present two exclusive new stills from the project as well as an updated synopsis.
In honor of Halloween, CBS Films has provided us three new photos from Beastly that show how the stars get their Samhain on in the movie. As they explain it, "Tricks are for kids, but we're all about treats here!"
The CW is pulling out all the stops to make sure fans don't forget about tonight's Halloween themed episode of The Vampire Diaries, entitled "Haunted", going so far as to provide two sneak peeks of the show.
If you poke around online long enough, you can find excerpts from Carrie - The Musical, a great idea just so terribly executed. Despite being pulled after five performances on Broadway, it looks like the musical version of Stephen King's novel is coming back to the stage with a song in its heart and, hopefully, some spring in its step.
Whew! It's a busy day in the Twitterverse where The Twilight Saga is concerned with news about all three installments getting some play: Eclipse, New Moon, and even the original granddaddy of them all, Twilight.
It's really happening. Ridley Scott is making another Alien movie. Today we've learned a little bit more about the project, which is all kinds of intriguing.
Episode 1 of the Roger Corman/Joe Dante/Corey Feldman collaboration known as Splatter debuts on Netflix today, and Dread Central was provided with an exclusive clip to help ensure that you guys are intrigued enough to check it out!
Last night the Paley Center hosted a panel entitled "Inside the Writers Room: True Blood", and representing the HBO series were creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with writer's assistant Elisabeth Finch, script coordinator Kate Barnow, co-executive producer Brian Buckner, co-executive producer Nancy Oliver, supervising producer Alexander Woo, and producer Raelle Tucker. Read on for a few choice tidbits of what was said and some hints of what fans can expect during Season 3.
For those of you out there who missed the first season of UK mini-series "Being Human" on BBC America, make it your business to watch it on demand if you can. The show was a powerhouse of good old fashioned horror that played like a completely supernatural version of "Three's Company" but with tons more bite. Like all good things from overseas ... an American version is now on the way.
There has been a brief uptick in killer bear flicks the last two years, and not all for the best. Now comes a new one simply titled Bear that, judging by its trailer, takes the T-Rex/jeep scene from Jurassic Park, ages the occupants in peril about 15 years, replaces the T-Rex with a very angry grizzly with vengeance on its mind, and builds an entire movie around it.
Another paranormal themed found footage film has surfaced detailing the horrifying exploits of a very ... very ... haunted house. Dare you enter the house at 1013 Briar Lane? Don't forget your nightlight!
With the release of The Fourth Kind rapidly approaching, we have all the goodies surrounding this flick for you right here in one little place! We're talking three clips, the UFO featurette, and an image gallery. Can you say ... sweet?
Ever since I first read Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, I swore one of these days I'd make it to her annual Vampire Lestat Vampire Club Halloween Ball. Unfortunately, this isn't my year, but if you live anywhere near New Orleans, you might want to make it yours as the group is presenting a "Tru Blood & Gold Ball" for 2009.
Connie Britton, who plays Nancy's mom in Samuel Bayer's re-imagining of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, is never one to mince words, and she had some really interesting things to say about the new film. Curious? We know you are.
VIZ Media is building on the psychological suspense of the popular Death Note series with the release of Death Note: L, Change the World, a new novel featuring the master detective from the hit animated and manga series. In this updated storyline detective L's name has been placed in a Death Note. He has twenty-three days to bring a terrorist group to justice, or they will use a deadly new virus to change the world...by killing off most of humanity.