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.
There's pedigree and then there's the kind of pedigree the newest name being bandied about to direct The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn carries. Despite only directing three feature films over the course of his career, Stephen Daldry has been nominated for an Oscar for each of them.
It's been a rough road for Paramount and the producers of Paranormal Activity 2 toward landing a director for the flick. The originally named Kevin Greutert was recalled by Lionsgate for Saw VII, but it's all paid off as today we know who'll be taking the reins from Oren Peli for the sequel.
Another graphic novel adaptation is on the way ... this time from Paramount Pictures and Platinum Dunes! Are you ready for a look at another man's Existence 2.0?
Some possible casting news has seeped in for the first film in the new Scream trilogy, Scream 4 or Scre4m for you hipsters.
Yes, we know. The headline sounds a bit kinky, but it's Friday, damnit! After such a long week we should all be entitled to be as kinky as we like, not to mention be allowed to go down on anything that we want!
Just yesterday I told you about Sickle from writer-director Robert Conway. Not one to rest on his laurels, Conway already has a second film in post-production, Necro Wars. A zombie apocalypse flick with a twist: The hero is a newly zombified soldier forced to choose which side he will fight on.
The other day we told you about Leigh Scott's Witches of Oz 3D and treated you to an outtake in which co-star Lance Henriksen worked with an uncooperative kitty. Today we have a promo trailer for the fantasy thriller that updates L. Frank Baum's classic kiddie tale.
Finally some sold casting news has hit for Frank Darabont's small screen adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead for AMC! Words alone cannot describe how excited we are for this one!