Time for another installment of Doug Slack's horror anthology serial Hard-Boiled Horror Tales! Dread Central is proud to present the final installment of "The Hit Got Hairy".
As Hasbro continues to rack up movie deals based on its toy and game properties (coming soon to a theater near you: Monopoly, Candyland, Battleship, and Ouija), Mattel has decided that it wants in on that lucrative movie money. Mattel has a new monster-themed toy line on the way. Universal is currently high on musicals after the success of Mamma Mia! Sounds like a match made in heaven.
Just a few days ago we learned that Paul Verhoeven is on board to help develop and subsequently direct The Surrogate, a story about a childless couple who hire a surrogate that turns out to be insane.
For everyone clamoring to see Paul Solet's award-winning feature debut, Grace, but who were unable to catch it on the festival circuit, word has come that there will be a special free open-to-the-public screening!
The question beckons -- is Thora Birch's upcoming Train a remake of the Eighties classic Terror Train? Well, it started off that way but then turned into its own thing. Now that the international trailer has hit online, any doubts about the film's intentions can be officially laid to rest.
Those of you who are fans of Rob Zombie's movies and music will be happy to know that he's opened up his very own Twitter account, and guess what he used as his background image? A brand spanking new photo of Myers!
Now THIS is what I'm talking about. Never mind vehicles or construction! We want gore! Thanks to some camera happy bystander we have a behind-the-scenes look at some of the actual carnage brought to you by Alexandre Aja and his remake of Piranha!
The waiting is over! The trailer for New Moon, the second film in the Twilight series, is alive, well, and as sparkly as expected online!
Driving past the recently “EX” Ackerminimansion onto the ever-congested Hollywood freeway, I had the feeling you get at the beginning of a nasty flu or on the morning of a newly minted depression. I felt like I was standing over my own shoulder, shaking my head at myself. No matter the spin I put on it, I was motoring toward the final nail in the coffin of an era. A nail called: the Forrest J Ackerman Estate Auction. The era that was ending had practically built me. Maybe you too?
It's a typically slow news weekend, but one story has trickled out that is worth mentioning: "Official" development of Quarantine 2 has begun under the auspices of Sony Screen Gems.
Microbudget filmmaker Sonny Fernandez has been keeping us all posted about the progress on his apocalyptic epic The Last Battleground, a film that appears very low on budget but very high in ambition. Now he's sharing the final trailer for his magnum opus.
This is not horror related - or is it? Do tuxedo-wearing mutants with eggs for heads frighten you? If so, this trailer may traumatize you. Not to worry, Carrasco Rider and his mini masked duck badassery will save us all. This can only mean more certifiably insane wackiness from Japan that must be seen to be believed.
Memorial Day officially kicked off the summer movie season, but it's still several more months until 2009's most high-profile star-powered horror offerings like Zombieland, The Road, The Box, andThe Wolfman hit theatres in the late fall.
Oh, those wacky Japanese. The screwy trailer has arrived for the new Japanese giant monster flick Deep Sea Monster Raiga, a sequel to 2005's Deep Sea Monster Reigo. I had no idea Raiga even existed because, to the best of my knowledge, Reigo has yet to be released. Or has it? I'm clearly not as up-to-speed on my daikaiju cinema as I should be. I do know you need to see this trailer.
The official website for the latest David R. Ellis entry into the Final Destination franchise entitled simply The Final Destination opened its doors today with a whole lot of ...