We've seen a lot of stuff over the years. Some bad. Some good. And the rest? They just defy rational explanation. This, my friends, is one of the really strange times when we're at a loss for words. One look at this clip for Big Man Japan (review here), and I think you will be too.
Anticipation is growing high for Chris Nahon's live action adaptation of the manga hit Blood: The Last Vampire, and rightly so. The movie looks pretty damned cool! Every cool lookin' movie should have an equally as badass poster, and this latest one is just that!
The wonderfully twisted duo who brought us Pathology and the Crank movies, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, are at it again -- This time with a new film called Gamer starring Gerard Butler, Ludacris, Milo Ventimiglia, Alison Lohman, and Kyra Sedgwick. Curious? We've got the goods for ya!
The second promotional clip for HBO's hit vampire show "True Blood" Season 2 appeared today on the network's official "True Blood" site and it's looking damned fine!
It's been a while since we've gotten any kind of update on the proposed C.H.U.D. remake, so let's take a look back at the original, shall we? This week Trembles reminds us what we love about it!
According to MTV's Splash Page, Steve (30 Days of Night) Niles' Wake The Dead has been delayed by work being done for The Hobbit, which is being directed by Guillermo (Hellboy) Del Toro and is slated for a 2012 release.
Our man on the scene in Lake Havasu City, Roger Galloway, has reported in again from the set of Piranha 3D, this time with some very cool casting news: It seems everyone's favorite mad scientist, Christopher Lloyd, is joining the project.
As far as I'm concerned, Simon Baker improves just about any project he touches, and the upcoming remake of Jim Thompson's crime novel The Killer Inside Me was already looking pretty great! Baker joins the previously announced Casey Affleck, Bill Pullman, Ned Beatty, and Elias Koteas in the noir thriller.
With all the news that keeps pouring in today, I'm gonna keep this short and sweet. If you own a Blu-ray player, this is a very good week for you. But even if you don't, there are plenty of releases that should make your wallet feel the pinch.
Some more news rolling in off of the old Pork Chop Express about the Blu-ray release of John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China including art work, specs, and the inclusion of an extended cut! Jack Burton fans rejoice!
Get ready for an Asian horror remake that's as unconventional as can be, riddled with things we have never seen before! In The Echo we're just getting more unsuspecting people who put their noses where they shouldn't be and end up being fodder for a lingering curse! Nope. Nothing familiar about that plot at all!
Now this just warms our black little hearts. A couple of weeks ago we told you about the sequel to the remake of The Toolbox Murders, and now just days later the film has a site, a synopsis, a teaser poster, and one of the most badass and violent teaser videos I've seen in years. There's good reason to get excited folks! Praise be the sequel gods!
First Showing.net is all over Cannes and has given us glimpses of the Croisette, the infamous street which studios and prod cos line with ad material for highly anticipated features, and those still seeking distribution for their films.
One of the main things that sets Dread Central apart from the horror crop is our insane and completely random sense of humor. From our staff to you, the readers. So then, in the interest of science, every now and then we'll post a random horror picture for you to caption.
It's been several months since we last talked about Jose Cassella's zombie opus The Sacred but thankfully the good folks behind this effort have kept punching and as a result have delivered a trailer that's nothing short of a knock-out.