We're just two short weeks away from After Dark Films' Horrorfest 4, and today they finally unveiled their event poster. I guess since they decided to discontinue selecting a "Miss Horrorfest" for 2010, they also decided to make the poster less suggestive than in previous years.
Leading Halloween costume company Disguise has teamed up with renowned horror novelist, screenwriter, and director Clive Barker to launch "The Dark Bazaar", an extensive new line of Halloween costumes that transform Barker’s visions into wearable art. The bizarre costumes and accessories based on never before seen characters from the Mastermind of Horror complete this dark collection and are set to hit retail shelves in time for the Halloween 2010 season.
In case you were unaware, February is "Women in Horror Month", and in honor of the occasion Twisted Twins Productions (aka Jen and Sylvia Soska) have provided us with a Public Service Announcement for their massive blood drive event in support of this first (hopefully) annual celebration.
With Joe Johnston's The Wolfman just around the corner (finally!) and the director making the promotional rounds to plug the horror remake, he's opening up on some projects in the pipeline - including a new Jurassic Park flick, which could very well be the start of a new trilogy!
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of writer/director Gabriele Albanesi's The Last House in the Woods (review here). So we were pretty stoked to receive a fresh batch of stills from his latest feature, In the Mouth of Ubaldo Terzani.
Nazi werewolves! I'm not referring to David Kessler's nightmare sequences from An American Werewolf in London, either. After watching this trailer for the upcoming Army of Wolves, however, you may wish that I was.
This morning an email appeared in our inbox from Fuzzy Pictures about a new Australian horror comedy entitled Dead Set, which shows what happens when a director refuses to relinquish his dream even as cast and crew drop dead around him.
Last month we told you that Rob Zombie would take his directing career to the small screen for an episode of CSI: Miami. Truth be told, I forgot all about it until Howard Stern mentioned it on his radio show yesterday. Read on for the skinny.
It's been a long time coming! We're happy to report that the long-awaited vampire/zombie movie from Midnight Syndicate maestro Edward Douglas, The Dead Matter, is finally on its way and locked in for a July 30th release!
Violence! Carnage! Mayhem! Blood! More Violence! That's what we're hoping Alexandre Aja's remake of Piranha brings to theatres in glorious 3D. From the looks of the recent deep red stills that have just hit the Net, that's exactly what we're gonna get!
A while back we reported that Marcus Dunstan's The Collector wouldn't be getting a home video release until April of 2010. That seemed extremely unrealistic as we live in an age in which theatre to DVD turnaround time is usually a matter of a couple of months. Today an official date has been announced ...
I've been wondering when someone would make a movie about a goatman. Though not specifically about the axe-swining Goatman of Pennsylvanian urban legend, the forthcoming chiller Dark Hollow, based on the novel by popular horror author Brian Keene, will offer up a satyr, a mythological half-man/half-goat, using its hypnotic powers to seduce a man's wife in order to keep its species alive.
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line today with a first look at the DVD artwork for his upcoming horror and revenge thriller Bulletface, which has a release date of January 26, 2010.
Theodore LoScalzo of DrippingDead Films sent Dread Central a fresh batch of exclusive behind-the-scenes photos for Fetch, director C.M. Downs' new feature that is currently shooting in Kansas. One look at them and all we can think of is, "Fetch us a sweater! Brrrr!"
In what absolutely positively has to be intentional stunt casting on the part of The Asylum, former teen pop princess Tiffany has been signed to star in their Megapiranha mockbuster. Tiffany's heyday was the late 1980's, and her biggest rival at the time was Debbie Gibson, who you may recall starred in The Asylum's Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. No way this casting is a coincidence.