1980’s Prom Night was among the first slasher films to come bursting forth from the post-Halloween floodgates and, while it doesn’t seem like you can find a positive review of it anymore, it was a big success then and remains one of the most enjoyable entries in the slasher subgenre.
A new graphic novel set in a zombie-infested, post apocalyptic New York City is about to hit bookstore shelves from IDW Publishing, who announced that Bob Fingerman's From the Ashes, a collection of the renowned series, will debut on February 10, 2010.
Nope, we aren’t offering an all expenses paid trip to Jesus Camp – but what we do have are three copies of the new Jim Caviezel vehicle Long Weekend (review here), directed by Jamie Blanks, to give away courtesy of Showbox Home Entertainment and The Associates.
Their latest effort, The Violent Kind, is poised to debut at Sundance '10 this Monday, January 25th, and already Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores (aka the Butcher Bros.) are looking ahead to their next project, a psychological horror feature entitled Black Sunset.
For a structure to truly become a Dream House, it usually requires a woman's touch, and oh my, has Jim Sheridan found a woman for his!
Sometimes a bun just needs a bit more time in the oven, ya know? Dread Central has learned today that Shout! Factory's upcoming (and we're sure to be stellar) DVD and Blu-ray release of the Roger Corman classic Piranha has been pushed back until August.
It's a rainy Friday here in the Dread Central offices, and what better way to counteract the blahs than by checking out some new tunes? Thanks to Bay Area rockers AFI, we have a preview clip of the video for their next single, "Beautiful Thieves", to share with you guys.
It seems as if video game collector's editions have zeroed in on gamers' sweet spots -- their heads! Halo 3 had its Spartan Helmet, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 had its night vision goggles, and now Sega's Aliens vs. Predator game has something else to um ... wear!
Another new badass trailer for the upcoming Aliens vs. Predator video game was published today by Sega of Europe, and of course we've got it for you in all its messy glory! Click on through to see "Heritage".
If you've been thinking about attending Monster-Mania 14 this coming March 12th-14th, then a press release that crossed our desk today might help you make up your mind. Along with the myriad of guests who will be at the show, a special screening will be taking place of writer/director Jay Woelfel's supernatural thriller Closed for the Season.
It's been about a year and a half since we've heard anything about the possible big screen adaptation of Neil Gaimin's #1 best seller The Graveyard Book, but finally the man himself has given a status update.
Well, it had to happen sooner or later. It seems the allure of a poster featuring floating heads is just too strong for anyone in Tinsel Town to resist for long!
Finally a new trailer for Drew Daywalt's online series "Camera Obscura" has made its way online, and we have a look at it for you. In a landscape now cluttered with web ventures, this is one we've been really looking forward to!
We tried to keep it quiet by not mentioning it in our Saw VI Blu-ray and DVD review, but this is the Internet. News not only travels fast, in most cases it's also bootlegged and popped up on YouTube.
Time for some more free stuff! With the February 2nd release date of Christopher Smith's Triangle rapidly approaching, we figured right about now would be a good time to give away some copies of the flick to a few lucky fans!