Never mind that other one. The official trailer trailer for the new indie thriller The Canyon starring Yvonne Strahovski, one of the stars of the NBC series "Chuck", has surfaced online today, and we've got a look at it for you!
Who doesn't love seeing as much of Jennifer's Body as possible? Well, at least as much of Megan Fox using her body to be Jennifer and her body. Um ... I think I just made my head hurt.
Neveldine and Taylor are back this weekend with another high-adrenaline uber-violent bit of smash mouth cinema for you to enjoy and we've got the verdict on whether you should head to theatres or just stay home and play Halo.
We've all seen some pretty trippy things coming out of the Pandorum camp but we've never seen anything resembling a creature .... until now! Bloody Disgusting scored an exclusive clip which features a monstrous money shot! Dig on it below and look for Pandorum in theatres on September 25th. Pandorum Synopsis
Focus Features' and Dread Central's giveaway of one copy of The Book of 9 every day until the release of 9 on 09/09/09 continues with Day Three!
The December DVD release of End Game sees the continuation of the grand tradition of casting pro wrestlers and reality television contestants in starring film roles. Olympic gold medal winning amateur wrestler turned professional wrestler Kurt Angle stars as a psycho-sexual serial killer stalking a stripper played by "Survivor: Amazon" winner Jenna Morasca. I can assure you it is every bit as good as it sounds.
We here are Dread Central are committed to bringing you every morsel of Twilight news that you, the hardcore fans, can stomach. Can you stomach a documentary about the real-life Forks, Washington, the teeny rain-soaked logging town that Stephanie Meyer used as the setting for her uber popular tweener series?
So, the August bank holiday has passed for another year and that means one thing – The Film4 Frightfest in London has just finished. This year held a special meaning to the festival though, with it greeting its 10th year in existence having moved, during that time, from humble beginnings in the Prince Charles Cinema, to the grander Odeon Leicester Square and finally, for the first time this year, to the Empire Cinema (also in Leicester Square).
There's no doubt Lionsgate's DVD releases of Cujo: 25th Anniversary Edition, The Monster Squad: 20th Anniversary Edition and the original My Bloody Valentine: Special Edition were all top shelf. The only problem was that those of us digging on the high definition goodness of Blu-ray didn't get our 1080p fix. Problem solved!
Since we announced The Reaper Awards 2009, which is the first awards show to celebrate excellence in horror on DVD and Blu-ray, a lot of people have been wondering just what the actual award would be. A certificate? A plaque? A well placed head shot? The answer is none of the above. We've got something a lot cooler in mind! Ladies and gentlemen ... Get ready to feast your eyes on nearly a foot tall of badass hand-crafted horror loving sexiness ... The Grimmy!
Let your fears slip away. Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here) has gone before the MPAA, and a rating has been handed down.
Just in time for the release of The Twilight Saga: New Moon this fall, Habbo, a teen-oriented virtual world website, is teaming up with Summit Entertainment for Twilight-themed online activities, items, and polls.
When I first started working on my novel, I felt as though the horror genre hadn't utilized werewolves to anywhere approaching their full potential. That was almost three years ago (five if you count the short story I wrote in college), and I’m only now just putting the finishing touches on it. Of course, currently it seems like every other genre book out there is spinning a good old shapeshifter yarn. Guess I’ll have to go faster next time.
As a first-time home buyer, I find myself pretty squeamish when it comes to homeowner horror flicks these days (I’ve been eying my Amityville Horror Blu-ray for the past few weeks with particular disdain). You try staying positive while all the while wondering what in the hell is going to go wrong next.
Cabin Fever 2 has been threatened for so long, you have to wonder whether or not it actually exists. It seems like we’re getting closer to seeing the long-delayed sequel to the 2002 Eli Roth film, but the question today is whether or not it’s actually worth seeing. If director Ti West is to be believed, it doesn’t sound like it.