We're just a little over a week away from the release of Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island, and the anticipation is killing us! Good thing we have the first two clips from the flick to tide us over.
The fifth clip for The Crazies has infected the online community, and we have it for you sans rubber gloves and Tyvek suits. Be warned, people ...
In a further continuation of our coverage of the The Wolfman (see our interviews with stars Benicio Del Toro here and Anthony Hopkins here), Dread Central sat down with Joe Johnston, the film’s director, this past Saturday in Beverly Hills, CA, for the film’s press junket and chatted with him regarding the flick (which opens this Friday, February 12, via Universal
Ah, Dark Sky Films. How quickly you've endeared yourself to the black hearts of genre fans everywhere! The studio who proudly wears its love for blood on its sleeve has just checked in with an update on its latest film, Hypothermia! From the Press Release:
Dread Central attended the red carpet premiere of Universal Pictures’ The Wolfman redux earlier this evening at the Arclight in Hollywood, CA, and brought back a handful of pics of the event as well as having an opportunity to chat with the film’s screenwriter, David Self, and F/X man Rick Baker.
We're exactly two months away from the second annual Monsterpalooza, which is returning to the Marriott Burbank Convention Center April 9-11, 2010. To help get people fired up for the event, which features special effects artists from the horror industry along with their many works, the promoters have revealed the expanded guest list along with a slew of presentations and demos that will be taking place over the weekend.
Though I personally was a little disappointed with Zombieland, most people really dug it, and it performed well enough at the box office to warrant a sequel. Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are working hard to make that happen, and when it does, you can expect all the usual suspects to return for another round of undead mayhem. But what else should you expect?
A title change has occurred for Lionsgate's new vampire-fest once known as Pearblossom. When the flick hits home later this year, its new title will be (the much better, yet still kind of generic) Life Blood.
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, much to the confusion of a clearly distressed and alarmed Conan O'Brien.
If you call yourself a slasher fan, then you should be well acquainted with the Joe Zito directed 1981 splatter classic The Prowler. If you've never heard of it or never seen it, get ready to officially put this ninety minutes of gore-filled mayhem on your "must watch" list because there's a new re-release coming courtesy of Blue Underground.
As if Tak Sakaguchi, Noboru Iguchi, and Yoshihiro Nishimura teaming up to direct Mutant Girls Squad (which we told you about here) wasn't splatter-tastic enough, now comes word that the Iguchi, Nishimura, and Takashi Shimizu TV show entitled The Ancient Dogoo Girl is being adapted into a feature film. What will our Japanese friends think of next?
In what seems to be a new regular feature for fans of the CW's The Vampire Diaries, Executive Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec have once again recorded a video intro to the upcoming episode of the show, entitled "Fool Me Once".
In a continuation of our coverage of The Wolfman (see our interview with star Benicio Del Toro here), Dread Central sat down with co-star Anthony Hopkins this past Saturday in Beverly Hills, CA, for the film’s press junket and chatted with him regarding his role in the flick (which opens this Friday, February 12th, via Universal Pictures/Relativity Media).
As a clever nod to star Jensen Ackles's recent theatrical foray, this week's episode of Supernatural is entitled "My Bloody Valentine". But the similarities are in name only as the plot description reveals something quite different is in store for the Winchester brothers ... as the three webclips we've uncovered will bear out.
Strong talk going around regarding actress Penélope Cruz being cast in Lars Von Trier's end of the world opus Melancholia. Could the end be near? Will there be more fornicating in the woods before it comes? We'll find out soon enough!