More goodies to get you Puppet Master fans all hot and bothered ... the extended trailer hit online today courtesy of Full Moon Direct, and of course we have it here for your perusal with no strings attached!
Sometimes life has a way of never leaving you alone. Especially if you're an escaped murderer looking to start anew someplace nice. Are you ready to find out just how wrong things can go with A Horrible Way to Die?
It seems 20th Century Fox's Planet of the Apes prequel is coming closer to fruition as Rupert Wyatt's name has been reported as the project's director. Based on his last project, The Escapist, which won the British Independent Film Award for Best Achievement in Production, he looks to be a pretty good choice.
The Fourth Kind is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on March 16th; and Dread Central, in conjunction with Universal Studios Home Entertainment, is offering one lucky reader a Flip Cam to document his or her own alien encounters and sightings!
Do you have an extra 80 cents to spare and want to try out a new comic book series? Look no further than I, Zombie, written by World Fantasy Award finalist Chris Roberson with art by Eisner Award-winning superstar artist Michael Allred.
With The Fourth Kind set to come home on DVD and Blu-ray on March 16th, 2010, Universal has offered Dread Central an exclusive clip to share with our readers entitled Scott's Hypnosis.
Heya, Dreadites. Sean "The Butcher" Smithson here with the second installment of my new ongoing column, SCARE-RIFF-EYEING: Musical Abominations Horror Fans Should Be Killing For and Dying Over. This week we get so damned bloody it's funny and so fuckin' heavy it's criminal. You've been warned; now enter freely and of your own will...
Dread caught up with director Adam Gierasch yesterday in an effort to ascertain the current plans for his feature Night of the Demons, a flick that initially was to have received a theatrical release last October via Seven Arts Distribution. Revealed the director, who co-wrote with Jace Anderson his remake of director Kevin Tenney’s 1988 feature of the same name, “Night of the Demons is aiming for a decently-wide release on September 23, 2010.” In addition, he provided us with some new exclusive production stills!
I really wish I lived in Chicago as a result of this story. The WildClaw Theatre went and adapted William Peter Blatty's novel Legion into what looks like a really cool exercise in theatrical horror. And we've got a trailer for you to check out!
Even though I've watched this trailer a few times now, I'm still a bit baffled. It just seems like there are too many variables that could go horribly wrong, and I don't know about you, but I try my damndest to ignore 99% of all moviegoers - I'm not so sure I want to see them afforded the chance to participate in the movie I'm watching.
Here at Dread Central we love us some Kane Hodder. Especially when he's busy doing what he loves and does best -- scaring the shit out of us! Good news if you're in the Novi, Michigan area: His new flick Exit 33 is premiering there ... TONIGHT! Read on for a trailer and more info!
What with all the excitement about the release of the new trailer for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, you might have forgotten that New Moon is poised to bow on DVD and Blu-ray at 12:01 AM on Saturday, March 20th. But instead of heading out to your neighborhood video retailer, both Comcast and DirecTV have some motivation for you to watch the flick via their VOD channels in the form of exclusive bonus material including director commentary, making-of, theatrical clips, and assorted documentaries.
Like the film or not, Paranormal Activity changed a lot of things in Hollywood, hopefully for the better. It was around December that we first told you about the studio being interesting in a micro-budget arm, and now it finally has a name.
To go along with the trailer for Ju-On creator Takashi Shimizu's latest dive into the terror deep, The Shock Labyrinth in 3D, we've gotten our hands on some really stylish new stills. Say what you want about the guy and his films; he knows his stuff when it comes to making movies about really creepy ghosts that are pretty pissed off.
Considering the state of the world we live in, viral outbreak films are all the rage right now, and Breck Eisner's redux of The Crazies fared well overall both with critics and at the box office. So now it's Trembles' turn to provide his take on the flick.