For most of us, other than the spooky ghost who came out of the well in the American Ring films, the only other unnerving bit of the flick was Naomi Watts' son's constant freakiness. Well, the actor who played the little weird kid, David Dorfman, is all grown up now (wow, does time fly), and he's already attending his prom. Of course murderous mayhem ensues.
The UK’s Alton Towers theme park has recently unveiled its latest adrenaline-pumping roller coaster in the form of the horror-themed TH13TEEN, and it looks to be a horror-loving thrill-seeker’s dream come true!
Horror comes in many shapes and sizes. Many colors and creeds. It can be found in the souls of men or women, or it can be placed upon display for random visitors to gawk at as they would a terrible clown car accident on the I-95 involving dwarfs and a gang of stampeding burros. The only thing we know for sure is that it is Friday, and it's time to go a little mad!
It was late 2009 when we last heard much about the Syfy series "Haven", based on the novella The Colorado Kid from author Stephen King, but today two names were added to the undoubtedly sure to be expanding cast.
Now this is how we like to kick off our weekend! With some rock solid assurance that a flick we're dying to see will indeed by playing in theatres! There's nothing finer, we tell ya!
One thing that we here at Dread Central are so very proud of is how much talent we've unleashed into the genre. Case in point - DC alum Sean Clark and the new film which he's written entitled The Black Waters of Echo's Pond. Ready for some TV spots and a five-minute EPK?
The wait is nearly over to see Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, and we have a teaser peek at the official Blu-ray/DVD artwork to prove it!
It's Saturday, March 13, 2010, when Dread arrives to the snowy set of director Elise Robertson's horror feature Donner Pass. Penned by Scott Adams and executive produced by Mouncey Ferguson, who financed the film, the independent feature tells the story of an unlucky group of teens who, while on a ski trip in the mountains around Lake Tahoe, encounter George Donner, an entity with a taste for human flesh, and unfortunately for the group, it's for their own.
Last night's episode of The Vampire Diaries was chock full of info and surprises (that one scene with the guy ... and the car ... wow!), so we're sure fans of the show are already looking ahead to next week. Read on for two clips, the trailer, and a full synopsis of Episode 16, "There Goes the Neighborhood", along with details on a pretty cool contest The CW has just started running.
Next week's episode of Supernatural, entitled "Dark Side of the Moon", promises to be one full of nostalgia and more than likely a few tears, and The CW was kind enough to send over a clip for us to share with the show's fans.
For as long as I can remember, the one thing my mom always taught me was to never talk to strangers, especially strangers with creepy vans. Looks like there are a few people out there that still need to learn that lesson as producer Detroit Riot Productions today announced its partnership with visual FX veterans Almost Human for the upcoming indie horror film Creep Van.
There is almost nothing I like more in this world than sitting down with a slice of Aussie horror. There’s something about these films - even the bad ones - that keeps me enthralled like few others. And that’s why today’s news has me thrilled. There’s more ‘Down Under’ horror en route! YAY!
Zach Passero, director of the 2008 Fever Dreams/Media Blasters feature Wicked Lake, has given Dread Central the skinny on the release plans for his director's cut of that feature. Hitting Blu-Ray on June 29, 2010, the disc will contain the original cut with the director's cut (titled Wicked, Wicked Lake) as a bonus that will feature an introduction by the filmmaker.
Did you miss us? We have returned after a lengthy hiatus brought on by scheduling conflicts and a technical meltdown that erased the last Dinner For Fiends, and what a loaded program we have for you! Finally, the first DFF of 2010, and being that we're nearly three months into the new year, that means there is a lot of ground to cover and still find time for the usual off-topic nonsense.
Director Albert Pyun sent over a new work-in-progress screengrab from his Tales of an Ancient Empire and also let us know that they've started taking pre-orders on the film via his official website.