Can you smell it? It's in the air. We're quickly approaching the September 18th release of Megan Fox devilish new flick, Jennifer's Body. To celebrate the film coming on fast and furious Fox released a brand new behind-the-scenes video. Synopsis
Where has this year gone? It seems like just yesterday we were first telling you about Declan O'Brien's entry into the Wrong Turn franchise, Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead and now its October 20th release is nipping at our heels!
One movie we've been long looking forward to here at Dread Central is Ti West's The House of the Devil (review here and with good reason ... it looks pretty badass. Now to go along with the flick an equally as badass looking one-sheet has debuted online.
Dread just got back from the world premiere of Rob Zombie's Halloween II (held last night at Mann's Chinese in Hollywood, Ca) as well as the ensuing after-party which took place at Mood on Hollywood Boulevard, and while it really wasn't much of a work night for this scribe, I figured I’d be remiss if I didn't provide at least a bit of ocular coverage.
Before we take the plunge into the mouse trap like terrors of The Final Destination, Dread Central caught up with Producer Craig Perry to talk about evisceration, the syphilitic nature of H2, Motel Hell, the torture that is the "It's a Small World" ride and the answer to the most important question....is this the FINAL final Destination? Tune in and find out!
It's no mystery that Robert Rodriguez loves the kid stuff with three Spy Kids films under his belt as well as Shark Boy and Lava Girl, which are in stark contrast to films like From Dusk Till Dawn and The Faculty! No matter how child friendly the film, Rodriguez always packs in the monsters as if each were a love letter to Ray Harryhausen himself. Now comes Shorts, packed with all manor of beasties including children turned insects and a booger monster ready to devour you whole. Will this movie warp your child's fragile mind? Jump in to find out...
Writer/director Brian Metcalf's horror/fantasy Fading of the Cries is still in heavy post production, meaning that it'll be a while before we can expect a finished product, but a trailer has surfaced to provide a glimpse of what we can expect.
Sony has decided on the final cover art for Fred Dekker's classic Night of the Creeps.
Wanna see Sorority Row's resident slasher in action? Of course you do!
The Final Destination is upon us and we've got lots of killer clips for you to cut your teeth on before this Friday's release. I think this is going to be a great time at the movies. Check these clips and judge for yourself!
Oh my. With Zombieween II just around the corner you can now feast your eyes on one of the most ridiculous looking things that will likely come out of Friday's cinematic experience should you decide to subject yourself to it. It's just so silly, regardless of context.
Sorority Row is shaping up nicely. From its attractive cast to its hard R rating, the slasher fanatic in me is grinning from ear to ear. I'm really pulling for this remake to get everything right since the original film, while very enjoyable, could be improved upon. Today we've got a groovy (and truncated) clip to help whet your appetite.
You don't really have to know much about the film industry to know which films will see the light of multiplexes and which ones will be banished to the hellish shelves of Blockbuster to prey on unsuspecting renters. From the very first glimpses of Train, I knew this one would fall into the later category, but even I'm surprised that it sat on the shelves long enough for Ulli Lomell to get two movies distributed.
Did you think that the endless barrage of Zombieween II nonsense would stop once the film hit theaters? How naive are you? Now that Zombie's sequel is upon us, we can start talking about the DVD and Blu-ray release - so get ready for months of updating, speculating and self-loathing as we prepare to talk the director's cut of Halloween II.
If there's one thing I hate, it's when directors 'revisit' their films YEARS after having made them and begin to tinker with their material. Let's not even mention George Lucas, but instead Walter Hill (what the hell did you do to The Warriors, goddammit!) and William Friedkin (sir, your new French Connection Blu-ray transfer is an abomination). These guys have come very close to destroying films of theirs once heralded as masterpieces. And what's worse?