Given the success of Paranormal Activity, it was only a matter of time before someone went back to the well, or in this case the woods, to try to capture that ever so special lightning in a bottle that all indie filmmakers pursue.
Being that Thanksgiving is this week, we figured we'd hit the road and do a little location shooting. It's good to get out of the office or, in our case, the studio. But where to, you ask? Rest assured no matter where we end up, it'll be fun!
Well, even though Ninja Assassin may not exactly be a horror flick, around these parts we find ninjas and gratuitous violence pretty badass. All that being said, Dread Central sent out the team of Heather Wixson and Brian Smith to cover the black carpet premiere of the movie last Thursday night at the historic Mann's Chinese Theater.
If you're like me, you don't understand the appeal of MMO's like World of Warcraft. I don't want to enchant items or do fairy dances. I want to kill zombies. I want to paint the screen red with gore. I want to dance in their infected entrails. I want to .... wait, getting carried away. Ahem. Ok, a new company called Undead Labs may have just the game people like us have been waiting to sink our teeth into.
Edgar Allan Poe and torture porn. Two things I never gave much thought about going together. However, I guess if you really think about it, it does make some kind of sense.
Innovative, risk-taking indie studio Halo-8 recently enlisted stylist Aubrie Davis (formerly a manager at Hot Topic and H&M stores) to join the team as Creative Director and launch Halo-8's newly minted apparel division H8LA. To celebrate the occasion, H8LA has provided Dread Central with a couple of exclusive photos from its Godkiller clothing line modeled by none other than genre legend Bill Moseley.
A really badass way to show your love for the Jason fans on your holiday list has shown up on the Net, and it's a just can't miss gift idea!
No doubt hoping for the kind of blind faith that Twilight fans show at the box office, CBS Films has provided the trailer for its new Beauty and the Beast redux of sorts, Beastly.
A handful of this week's releases came out a day early -- on the 23rd instead of the 24th -- but even so, there aren't a lot of familiar names to choose from. The picks of the week are two Blu-rays: My Bloody Valentine (Special Edition) and The Monster Squad (20th Anniversary Edition). If you don't have the tech yet for those, then read on for what you might want to put on your shopping list.
At a recent film festival over the weekend, genre favorite William Lustig dropped some really interesting news regarding two of his properties while accepting a well deserved lifetime achievement award. We warned you not to go out tonight!
A bit of official confirmation to start off your Thanksgiving week. We first told you of this flick during all that AFM madness, but today -- The Howling: Reborn (original story here) has been made official!
Screaming chicks! Long lines! A very wisely placed sale on Kleenex tissues! Millions of tormented men forced to go to the movies as a means to maintain their relationships! What could this all mean? A new Twilight film in theatres of course.
Thanks once again to the all-powerful Twitter, we've heard straight from the horse's mouth (in this case, director Scott Stewart's) that production on Screen Gems' adaptation of Min-Woo Hyung's Tokyo Pop comic Priest is a wrap!
We knew it was going to open big, but The Twilight Saga: New Moon opened stronger than even its biggest fans had predicted. $140.7 Million domestically plus another $118.1 million from 25 territories across the globe, breaking records in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.
As an early Thanksgiving treat, Showtime has updated its website with a series of behind-the-scenes interviews and footage from their hit TV show, "Dexter". Get ready to dig in!