Terrance Zdunich's portrait of a dysfunctional American family in the 90's, The Molting, has just dropped Chapter 3 on an unassuming public. It's called "Ootheca" after the hardened case in which fertile females of the American cockroach lay their eggs.
In anticipation of the limited UK theatrical run of Lawrence Gough's Salvage beginning on March 19th, followed a few days later (on the 22nd) by a DVD release, Revolver Entertainment has provided an updated trailer for the film. Along with playing in the cinema, Salvage (UK DVD review here) will be available via Sky Box Office, iTunes, FilmFlex, and LOVEFilM on the 19th as well. Hopefully the previously reported July 6th date will hold firm for the US DVD. Synopsis:
While doing some early publicity interviews for his work on the upcoming Mother's Day, director Darren Bousman has also been dealing with a little bit of a sticky situation.
Is anyone really looking forward to the remake of Sam Peckinpah's 1971 masterpiece Straw Dogs? Anyone? Well, if you are amongst those who are super excited at seeing another perfectly good film put through the Hollywood ringer, we have some bad news for you.
Fans of the Nazi zombie hit Dead Snow have something else to smile about today as the teaser trailer for director Tommy Wirkola's latest film, Kurt Josef Wagle and the Legend of the Fjord Witch has hit the net, and of course we have a look at it for you! That's why we're here, damnit!
Ever since the remake of Psycho Hollywood has pretty much kept far away from Alfred Hitchcock films in terms of reimaginings. However, The Birds remake is still very much happening, and we can now add the 1941 thriller Suspicion to the list.
We've seen the trailer and a slew of stills from CBS Films' upcoming feature Beastly, and today they sent over a brand spankin' new featurette that provides some behind-the-scenes footage and cast interviews.
Music. It has always shared a close relationship with visual imagery, even long before the era of film began. Painters and sculptors, poets and playwrights ... throughout the ages these artists have culled ideas and taken inspiration from the composers they admired. Music has the ability to imprint itself upon us and become the soundtrack to our lives.
We've been looking forward to the March 17th premiere of Comedy Central's new animated horror/comedy series "Ugly Americans" since we first heard about it. And to help make sure the word is getting out about the show, they sent over a new promo trailer today entitled "Beautiful World".
The score for the original Predator by Alan Silvestri was as memorable as anything else in the movie, and for a while there was hope that he'd be returning to score Predators, but alas, that was not to be.
With all the blizzards happening throughout the country, this is surely both the best and the worst time to be filming a movie called Hypothermia. Some images from the set just surfaced, and damnit, they make us wanna put the heat on!
There's nobody on the planet more excited for the release of George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead than I am. Having been on-set, in make-up, and feasting on the entrails of the living as one of this latest batch of flesheaters, I'm as hungry to get my hands on the final product as anyone! Still, the official one-sheet will do for now.
With The Crazies (review here) remake bursting down our door, I thought it would be a good opportunity for Dread Central to look back at some of the most memorable virus/outbreak movies of the genre’s past.
You know what makes us happy? Reporting on a new film starring the still very much incredible Barbara Steele. It gets us especially happy when we report that joining Steele for the first time ever in a flick will be I Spit on Your Graves' Camille Keaton, P.J. Soles, Adrienne King, Heather Langenkamp, and Erica Leerhsen. We're talking four generations of scream queens here, folks! Does it get any better?
Finally we're all finished with the throng of behind-the-scenes clips and promotional videos for The Crazies (review here). Well, okay we have two more for you! The first features star Radha Mitchell going through some pretty heavy turmoil courtesy of MTV, and the second is a look at the really crazy LA Premiere Experience for the flick which was created for mass consumption and put together by our own Brian Dreads!