More details are coming in from the European Film Market regarding David Twohy and Vin Diesel's return to the Riddick universe! Looks like the interstellar badass will once again be taking on monsters! Saints be praised!
We're just a couple of days away before The Crazies run rampant at the box office, and to commemorate this auspicious occasion, we have dozens and dozens of stills from the flick for you -- some never seen before!
Having made a few waves among genre fans in the US with its recent (albeit horribly bare-bones) DVD/Blu-ray release (read Creepy's review of that here), Christopher Smith’s mind-bending Triangle is set to land on the two formats in the UK on Monday 1st March...along with MUCHO special feature goodness.
Last week we had the pleasure of reporting on the glorious news that after dozens of piss-poor DVD editions, Gamera was finally going to get his digital due thanks to Shout! Factory. Today we have a look at the DVD art and some really vintage promotional stills from the flick!
A while back we turned you guys on to a trailer for the upcoming CGI animated zombie epic A.D., and as expected, flesh-eater fans everywhere began foaming at the mouth in anticipation. Now, just a couple of weeks later, a video interview with the A.D. crew has surfaced that will no doubt make you long to become zombie bait!
And there was much rejoicing in the Dread Central offices today as it was announced by the CW Television Network that both Eric Kripke's Supernatural and Kevin Williamson's The Vampire Diaries have received full-season renewals.
Horrorcore band Twiztid, comprised of Jamie Spaniolo and Paul Methric, aka Jamie Madrox and Monoxide, have just released their tour schedule for spring 2010.
Ex-Baltimore cop turned Special Ops shooter Joe Ledger is back in action in Jonathan Maberry's The Dragon Factory from St. Martin’s Griffin, and this time around he and his team from the DMS (Department of Military Sciences) square off against two competing groups of corrupt scientists.
It's no secret the the road to bring Universal's redux of The Wolfman has been a long and arduous one. From losing the first director at the eleventh hour to the scoring to the reshoots. You name a problem, and it's a safe bet that this production suffered from it in one way or the other.
With Universal Pictures’ The Wolfman redux in day five of its American release (the flick earned $30 million over the weekend and registered as number #3 at the box office) and the horror fanbase divided over the movie’s use of practical FX versus CGI in the realization of its titular creature, we thought we’d bring you a portion of our chat with FX man Rick Baker, who weighed in on the subject.
Yet another new clip has found its way online for the upcoming redux of the Romero classic The Crazies, and it takes us deep into the morgue at Ogden Marsh!
Over at the European Film Market another name is being thrown around to join the already impressive cast list for Steven Soderbergh's upcoming infection epic, Contagion.
As the “outbreak” of Overture Films’ release of The Crazies (in theatres Friday, February 26th) draws closer, the studio is gearing up for an exciting launch of a comic book series inspired by the film along with various other multimedia content including a motion comic book series, Facebook “tower defense” game, and more. The film is produced and distributed by Overture Films and co-financed by Participant Media.
Without a good sound mix horror, more than any other genre, would be far less effective. Imagine movies like The Blair Witch Project or Paranormal Activity without their children laughing or things going bump in the night. A good mix makes all the difference, I tell ya! It seems only natural that a horror movie based upon time spent mixing various sounds would come out sooner or later.
Most commonly known amongst the public for his role as Billy in the legendary Gremlins movies, actor Zach Galligan has led an exciting and varied career both within and outside of our genre. On the eve of the premiere of his newest film, psycho horror/thriller Cut, Zach spoke with our own Gareth Jones about the film, its gimmick, and what he’ll be up to next.