Hey it happens. You're just sitting there minding your own business when all of a sudden you are whisked away by some maniac and forced to do whatever they want. At least that's how we landed half of the Dread Central staff. In any event ...
Know what gets under our skin? When celebrities are out promoting horror films that they're in and they refuse to admit that it's a horror movie. Like the genre is below them or something. One of the stars of Alexandre Aja's upcoming Piranha in 3D, Adam Scott, doesn't have such issues. In fact his recent interviews read like a breath of fresh air!
You just never know where news is going to come from nowadays, and you have got to be really eagle-eyed to spot it. Luckily we have eyes everywhere and rarely miss a trick.
IFC is further building out its horror/thriller brand with the latest film from director Carolyn Miller that gives us yet another reason to never pick up strangers.
As you may recall, Supernatural's web series spin-off "Ghostfacers" debuted on April 15 with two new episodes being added each week. In honor of the occasion, The CW has provided us with video interviews of stars Travis Wester, AJ Buckley, Austin Basis, Brittany Ishibashi, and Mircea Monroe along with a chat with Jim Beaver (aka Bobby from Supernatural) and some footage of the premiere party.
Keeping with their theme of having an incredibly hot chick somehow being obscured by horrific themes, After Dark Films has released its international main event one-sheet, and we approve. Man, do we approve!
SenoReality Pictures, in association with Free State Studios, has just wrapped production on a new short film entitled "Time's Up, Eve", a supernatural thriller set in the 1940's starring Sharon Wright and Ari Bavel.
Some new art for the latest film from one of the producers who brought us the ultra-psycho home invasion film Inside, entitled In Their Sleep (or Dans ton sommeil), just came our way; and it's looking tres bon!
The 9th Annual Tribeca Film Festival kicked off this week, and to celebrate, the kind folks running the event have offered Dread Central readers the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to two of the films having their North American Premiere during the fest on Sunday, April 25th: Tetsuo, The Bullet Man and Dream Home.
Kids today? Trouble just finds them, man. So glad we're past the days of puberty, acne, high school, and oh yeah, mysterious corpses found in the bushes. Okay, so we're not exactly past that last one, but damnit, we're not alone either!
Some location news for Stephen Norrington's upcoming re-imagining of The Crow has come in, and things continue to be shaping up nicely. So where is this latest vengeful spirit going to be plying his violence-filled craft?
The first casting news has just come in for James Wan's Insidious, which is currently lensing under the title The Astral in Los Angeles, and things are looking good!
Today seems to be the day for parodies as we've learned that tonight's episode of Ugly Americans is all about Twilight. Watch as Mark is sent in to counsel a young woman (Bella) who wants to become a vampire like her boyfriend (Edward).
A short while back we told you about "Terra Nova", a new dino-centric TV show on the way from Fox produced by Steven Spielberg, and now it looks like the network may have found its leading man for the series.
Now THIS, dear reader ... this is the coolest thing we've seen in a long time, but BE WARNED -- you may not want to have the sound on your PC cranked up while checking it out! Yikes!