My god! Could it actually be? Why yes! Yes! Wes Craven's next horror flick, My Soul to Take (formerly 25/8), actually has a release date! Well, then. It's about time!
Sleeping Beauty's arch nemesis, the evil queen Maleficent, may just be getting her very own live action film pretty soon courtesy of the writer of the hit 3D flick Alice in Wonderland and (who else?) Tim Burton. We really have to start wondering if Burton realizes just how busy he is as much as we do.
Lance Henriksen has battled Aliens, Predator, Pumpkinhead, The Terminator, Sasquatch, and all manner of supernatural and sci-fi terrors. Who would have thought he would finally face his ultimate challenge in the form of an unfriendly pussycat. That's what happened during shooting of his latest, Witches of Oz, and we have video documentation of this epic encounter.
Many years ago Richard Diaz started posting on horror message boards along with myself and many others. He was affectionately known to his online buddies as "Gory", and he traveled with us from Fangoria to the place that shall not be named (we wish them well) and now finally to here on Dread Central. His love of horror is pure and as evident as can be, and it's with great pleasure and honor that we debut the trailer for his first indie horror film. Get ready for a look at Distortion!
Punk lives! At least the 2010 version of punk does. In one of the more interesting pairings we've seen lately, AFI and Green Day have announced they will hit the road together for a late summer tour beginning August 3rd, marking another piece of joint history for the two iconic bands who both got their starts in the NorCal scene.
It's official. The Twilight Saga craze is alive and well and growing exponentially with each new release. The Twilight Saga: New Moon sold just over 4 million DVD units in its first weekend of release, surpassing the first weekend sales of its predecessor Twilight, which sold 3.8 million DVD units.
If the concept trailer for the upcoming Danish film Warren Lich is any indication, the name Shaun Rana is one we'll be hearing a lot more of in the coming weeks and months.
Got eight minutes to spare? Of course you do! You're obviously surfing the Net, or you wouldn't have been here to answer my question. (Uncle Creepy - Breaking the fourth wall since 1972.) Anyway, if you do have some time on your hands, why not bloody them while watching a new badass short film called The Growth?
We just got our hands on the new trailer for Mara, a psychological horror-thriller from Sweden that's home to hot babes and supernatural elements. What more could you want?!?
We just got our hands on the latest one-sheet for yet another film that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that college kids have no desire to write theses on anything that has zero probability of getting them killed. Ready for a peek?
Lars Von Trier is a filmmaker who's really looking to leave his stamp not only on the genre but on film in general. If he keeps churning out stuff along the lines of Antichrist, he may just succeed. Now that the filmmaker is looking to tackle death and horror on an epic scale, it's going to be very interesting to see just how his latest film, Melancholia, pans out.
So, did any of you watch last week's premiere of Comedy Central's "Ugly Americans"? It appears so as it debuted to great ratings. With the series' second episode airing tomorrow night at 10:30 pm EDT, here's a new promo clip to ensure you come back for more!
And so the marketing blitz behind the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street begins. Looks like these guys are spending a hefty chunk of change - presumably in an attempt to replicate the Friday the 13th remake's opening weekend numbers. Will you be duped again? Check out these teasers and make up your own mind.
While Indian horror is hardly a new concept (hell, they even remade A Nightmare on Elm Street before Platinum Dunes did), today's news affirms that you Bollywood enthusiasts have plenty of Indian horror to look forward to over the next few years!
John Landis has been away from feature films for so long that I had to take a quick trip to the IMDb to recall what his last theatrical release actually was. And now that I've done the research, I'm not going to reprint it because it would surely dampen what I consider to be joyous news: A sneak peek at his long-awaited return to genre filmmaking!