While Nomad is battling wind and observing choppers and police cars (sounds exciting, no?) on the set of Rob Zombie's Halloween 2, he found the time to get us some intel on projects coming up after the horror sequel that's on everyone's minds.
Nomad checked in from newfound horror hot spot Georgia with some interviews conducted on the set of The Crazies. Mind you, we can't talk about that film yet, but director Breck Eisner and stars Radha Mitchell and Danielle Panabaker did chime in on some other horror related subjects.
One project we've been pretty excited about around here since first learning of it is Altitude starring Jessica Lowndes. And to stoke those flames of anticipation, a teaser poster for the film recently showed up online.
Details are sketchy, but thanks to the Freefall Films website, we learned today that both the Terror Train remake and a new project called Slaughter (which has nothing to do with the film by the same name that played as part of After Dark's Horrorfest III) are gearing up for production.
As expected, the countrywide special screenings of Darren Bousman's Repo! The Genetic Opera have been turning into some pretty trippy events, man!
The third teaser poster for Brian Pulido's The Graves found its way into our inbox today amongst all the offers from African princes looking to make us wealthy, but we've decided to leave those rich pricks in the lurch just to stay here and bring you the news!
Tired of playing co-op mode and want to dabble in something a bit edgier? Well cool! Five bucks is all you need to download the Versus Mode content for Capcom's Resident Evil 5!
He's disabled and only wants to hang out with his friends, just like anybody else. Beer, rock and roll, and women. But when his best friend steals his secret love, his everyday quest for normalcy launches him into a cold-blooded rampage of revenge.
Dread Central is pleased to join with MonsterLibrarian.com, Horror Fiction Review, Horrorworld.org, Hellnotes.com, and Dark Scribe Magazine for "Spring Into Terror '09", a collaborative effort to give readers of horror fiction insight into some of this year's recent releases.
Fox Atomic Comics and BOOM! Studios announced today at the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington, that July will see 28 Days Later return to comic books and graphic novels.
With Alan Ball's vamp series getting ready to kick off its second season this summer, it's only fitting that we take a look back at how it all started.
June is going to be a busy month for DVD releases. We're going to get supernatural horrors, Italian shockers, and Sci-Fi Channel schlockers; not to mention one hell of an Asylum mocker. Here's a taste of things to come.
Warner Bros.' Jonah Hex is rolling as we speak, and today the first batch of candid behind-the-scenes images of Megan Fox have hit the web. Megan, Megan, Megan! What we would do for a peek under that bathrobe!
Not that saber, you friggin' perverts! I'm talking about his new short film Saber. And no, it's not a horror movie, BUT it has hot chicks in their underwear dueling with light sabers. I can't think of a reason for you not to watch.
Those of you waiting for more on Richard Kelly's latest film The Box can finally get a good look at the first official one-sheet for the movie.