Any horror fan worth his or her weight in gore should be amped up for George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead, and if you’re planning on attending the Texas Frightmare Weekend, that’s exactly what you’re going to be seeing. That and so much more!
Here's something interesting ... one of the problems that The Wolfman faced on its way to the big screen was which music to use. Two artists were up for the task. Danny Elfman and former member of Tangerine Dream Paul Haslinger both cooked up some tunes, but in the end the decision was made to go with Elfman's work. So how would the movie have sounded with Haslinger's in place? Read on to find out!
Back in the early days of photography, when people died, their families would pay to have photos taken of their dearly departed as a means to preserve their memories of being together. Ghoulish -- yes. Hard to look at -- sometimes. Perfect fodder for a horror movie -- DEFINITELY.
Take New York City; add every horrifying beast, science-fiction freak, and fantasy faerie; shake thoroughly; and you've got Comedy Central's upcoming animated horror/comedy series “Ugly Americans.”
Fans of Marc Price, who directed the micro-budget zombie flick Colin, have a new reason to smile today. Offering further proof to the old adage that you have to start somewhere, the director has gotten himself a much bigger budget for his war/horror hybrid Thunderchild.
Are you a big fans of the Suicide Girls? If so, mark your calendars for March 12th, when First Look Studios will be releasing the "first reality horror movie", Suicide Girls Must Die!. To get you all lubed up for the experience, we got ahold of the first two clips for you!
Sometimes there's nothing as satisfying as checking in with an old friend and seeing what he's up to. Thanks to IDW Publishing, come the end of April, we'll be able to touch base with one of the oldest buddies we have: Angel (from Joss Whedon's Buffy/Angel universe). Our contact with him comes via the new three-issue comic book miniseries Angel: Barbary Coast.
It's just a little tease, but according to Stephen King's official message boards, the scribe's next project will be entitled Full Dark, No Stars, and fans can look forward to seeing it in November of this year.
Considering that he's always had a five-year plan for his Supernatural TV series, it's not a real surprise that, hot on the heels of the announcement that the CW Network has renewed the show for another season, comes word that Eric Kripke will be stepping down as showrunner. Poised to take his place is Executive Producer Sera Gamble, who has been with the show since Season One.
Want to know what the titular monster of Roger Corman's Dinoshark looks like? Want to know how and why a shark gets genetically crossed with an octopus in Corman's forthcoming Sharktopus? Don't deny it. You know you do. Just read on.
If you're unfamiliar with Mezco's line of Mez-itz collectibles, you're in for a real treat. Basically they take the look of your favorite character, turn it on its head, and make it ... well ... cute! I like my horror as visceral as the next guy, but it is really kind of hard not to dig on these little guys.
While it's no Jurassic Park IV, we still say that some Spielberg with dinosaurs is better than no Spielberg with dinosaurs. A new dino-centric TV show is close to being on the way from Fox that is set to give us a much needed giant monster fix.
Papa John Winchester, aka Jeffrey Dean Morgan, sure has a full plate these days. Watchmen's Comedian is about to play yet another game of murder and intrigue with Hollywood's latest golden boy, Sam Worthington, in the new thriller The Fields.
We've all seen what happens when a man (or lately a bunch of shirtless brooding teenagers) transforms into a hairy beast that stalks the night, but ever wonder what would happen if the metamorphosis went the other way?
It may be an action film, although given genre badass and babe Zoe (Death Proof, Bitch Slap, Angel of Death) Bell’s inclusion, we thought we’d clue you in on her latest feature, director Giorgio Serafini’s upcoming Game of Death. Starring opposite Wesley (Blade) Snipes, Bell chatted with Dread recently regarding her turn in the Detroit-lensed film, which at present is wanting of a release date.