Here at Dread Central we love werewolves. Especially the ones who aren't afraid to submit to their animal instincts that go on limb-tearing killing sprees. Yes, those are the best!
Over on the official IMDB page for Darren Bousman's Mother's Day, a release date of April 30th has been listed. This is NOT the case. The film has no official release date yet, but when it does, you can be sure we'll pass it along.
Ever hear the saying "slow and steady wins the race"? Well, that's how news surrounding the third film in the Jeepers Creepers franchise has been coming forth. This latest tidbit comes from the last man to tango with the Creeper ... Ray Wise.
One of the things we like most about our genre is that nothing is sacred. Not even ... the Teddy Bear! In 505 Games' upcoming sinister slice of Americana, we're introduced to a very irritated and psycho mascot who's packing hot lead and a vicious temper.
It's been a long road, but finally Universal's Repo Men is here, and we've got the skinny on if it's worth your weekend dollars! Either way steer clear from the Union! They've been really touchy as of late!
It's been over three years since last we heard anything about the Stan Winston produced creature feature Speed Demon, but just like any good ghoul, ya can't keep 'em down for long!
One project that's been toiling around Hollyweird for nearly a decade without getting made is the based-on-a-true-story supernatural spooker Dibbuk Box. Finally, it looks as if this haunting tale is on the verge of being made ... with a schmear of terror even.
1982's The Last Horror Film stars Joe Spinell and Caroline Munro and was filmed by David Winters on location at the Cannes Film Festival. It holds a special place in the hearts of many horror fans since it reunited Spinell and Munro, who worked together on the classic Maniac, but that's no guarantee it'll be spared Trembles' "special" way of reviewing movies for us.
The horror comedy hit The Monster Squad holds a very special place in the hearts of horror fans everywhere as it reunited some of the most classic movie monsters ever into one fun film that's riddled with subtle homages. Today news broke of a remake coming our way from the most unlikely of places. That could be a very good thing!
Never mind calling the last film in the Final Destination franchise THE Final Destination. The flick, whether you liked it or not, made some cash, and cash will always equal sequel!
Finally, the moment we've been waiting for has arrived. The first trailer for Nimrod Antal's Predators is live and online!
On April 20th Michael Lander's psychological thriller Peacock, starring Ellen Page and Cillian Murphy, is gonna get a chance to strut its stuff all over direct-to-DVD land via Lionsgate Home Entertainment, and we've gotten our hands on the official trailer.
It's great to live in a time when Hammer Films is up and running and doing its thing by scaring the hell out of us. With three films on the way, The Resident starring Hilary Swank, a remake of The Woman in Black, and of course Let Me In, which will be arriving in theaters this October, things have never been busier; but they're not stopping there!
The horror genre has been good to a lot of actors over the years, going so far as to launch quite a few careers. Horror fans are amongst the most passionate out there, and we always champion our own even if they spent just a movie or two dabbling with what we love best.
Prepare to have your head pummeled with a nice big slab of retribution, Aussie style, as Steven Kastrissios’ grim and brutal The Horseman (review here) will be beating its way to a limited theatrical release here in the States.