Behold! The First Two "Universal Megos"

The US Toy Fair is an insane rush of interviews and images of THOUSANDS of the newest toys hitting our happy shores, most of which we can shoot pictures of so you, at home, can drool to your heart's content and plant printed pictures around the house like a young Ralphie hinting at his lust for a Red Rider BB gun. But some, no matter how much we beg, we cannot photograph, most often due to approvals needed by a licensor.

Watch the King Crab Attack Short Film Now

If you listened to the last Foycast, you heard me do a dramatic reading of pages from the book Crabs on the Rampage. While the world still awaits a feature film version, we can enjoy plenty of rampaging stop-motion crab action in the six-minute tongue-in-cheek French short film "King Crab Attack".

Cinema Cool Takes a Look at The Monster Squad

A couple of weeks back a group of lovably loony horror fans blessed us with a pretty damned good look at some of horror's bloodiest moments. Now the gang is back with a whole new beast - a loving look back at The Monster Squad.

Official Artwork: F.E.A.R. 3

And the video game terror train keeps on rolling. After last week's big announcement that F.E.A.R. 3 is finally becoming a reality, we were all pretty stoked. Then the trailer came, and now finally we have the truly badass box art for ya!

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse to Play the LA Film Fest; Two New Stills

The LA Film Festival has jumped on the Twilight bandwagon and will feature the world premiere screening of the third installment in the series, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. And to celebrate, a new still featuring Bella and Edward has been released.

New Inkubus Project Lands Robert Englund as Lead

Every once in a while we learn about a new project only after it's already started filming, and that's the case with Verdi Corrente Productions' Inkubus, which is currently shooting in Rhode Island. But we certainly should be hearing lots more soon as they've just landed Robert Englund as their lead actor.

The Strangers Director Turns to This Man...

One of the recent favorites around the Dread Central offices is Bryan Bertino's home invasion flick The Strangers. It's a mean little bastard of a film, packed with enough suspense for five movies. Since then we've been looking forward to seeing what's next for the writer/director. And we finally have our answer.

Halloween Stars to Follow a Trail of Bread Crumbs

Two Michael Myers veterans - one survivor and one victim - will be re-teaming for another go 'round of brutal murder and madness, albeit far, far away from Haddonfield, Illinois this time. Will they have better luck, or will neither of them see the final reel?

Survival of the Dead: Uncle Creepy's Pictorial Diary of the Dead

Of all the things I've been lucky enough to do and accomplish in my career working within the horror industry, the one I am most grateful for was the opportunity to not only meet but befriend a true living legend in our industry ... George A. Romero. Simply put, the man is my idol, and even though we've grown close, I still get the butterflies every now and then. It was in September of last year that the phone call came.

Lionsgate's The Last Exorcism to Premiere at the LA Film Festival

Just when we were beginning to think that religious-themed horror films had gone the way of the dodo bird, Lionsgate readies a promising little chiller that looks to revitalize the subgenre. And it's about time!

Can You Survive the How to Survive the Strange Trailer?

Web series "How to Survive the Strange" kicks off on May 17th, and in order to whet the public's appetite, creators John Herman and Bryan White have put together a trailer for the show.

A Trailer Debuts for Cannibalism Tale Poe

It's been quite some time since we've heard anything about Francis Xavier's latest horror film, Poe, but now a red-band trailer has hit online, and of course we have it for you here hot and juicy just like we know you like it!

Exclusive: Ila Schactler Talks Meadowoods

With its DVD release now upon us, we sat down with the star of the way claustrophobic terror tale known as Meadowoods (review here), Ila Schactler, to get all the dirt on ... well, being buried in a coffin under all that dirt!

Being Human Returns to BBC America July 24th

We already knew that the UK's stellar "Being Human" TV series is returning to BBC America this summer with eight new episodes, but now we have the exact date along with a synopsis of each installment. Proceed at your own risk as spoilers abound!

Trailer Debut: The Controversial New Flick - The Killer Inside Me

We are pretty damned sure that you have heard all about the ruckus Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me caused overseas at the European Film Market due to its brutality, so to say our eyes are very focused on this flick is an understatement. Like the first clip from the film, the first official trailer is pretty tame as well.