In case you've missed it, for the past couple of months Dread Central has been running a new feature spearheaded by our own MattFini, Saturday Nightmares, an homage to those slightly obscure horror and exploitation films that are deserving of a place in your DVD player each and every Saturday night. More often than not, the films mentioned are 80's slasher fare. And what goes better with 80's horror than an 80's hair band icon like Bret Michaels?
With the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Twilight Saga: New Moon just a few short weeks away (at 12:01 AM on March 20th to be exact), its director, Chris Weitz, has been making the interview rounds, and today came word that as far the Breaking Dawn installment is concerned, he thinks someone else should probably take the job.
Hopefully you've all been following along with the progress of Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, a retrospective on the 25-year history of the horror epic A Nightmare on Elm Street. And if you're planning to attend Creation's Weekend of Horror in Los Angeles, CA, this May 21-23, you'll be able to hear all the latest straight from the filmmakers themselves.
You know, we're really starting to wonder just what the hell there is to drive so angry about! Every time we turn around, there's another incredibly smokin' hot chick added to the cast of Patrick Lussier's 3D revenge-fest! I mean, surrounded by all this hotness, how mad can you be?
The original, and for many fans the only, Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, has been flexing his horror muscle over in Italy. Ready to get a sample of just one of the things he's been up to? Dig on the trailer for Alessandro Perrella's The Night of the Sinner.
I for one am very thankful that my days of being single are far, FAR, behind me. Finding a mate is just a pain in the ass nowadays what with all the annoying bars and clubs, sexually transmitted diseases, and, oh yeah, the bloodthirsty psychopaths don't help much either.
"Good artists copy; great artists steal." Going by that famous quote, the makers of Terror Trap are truly great artists because they appear to have outright stolen Vacancy.
Now that we've heard from the writers of Zombieland, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, a couple of times, it's good to hear from the man at the helm regarding the upcoming 3D sequel.
It looks as if the huge success of James Cameron's Avatar has officially turned the prospect of a 3D film from gimmick and fad to quickly becoming the standard. Every time we turn around, another flick is coming at us in the third dimension.
It's been a good long while since last we heard anything about the Ridley Scott directed prequel to the now classic film Alien, but finally some news broke today that will have the Xenomorphs jumping off of the screen and into your laps!
What better way to kick off your weekend than with an extremely disgusting trailer that breaks more taboos in less than two minutes than most American films do in ten years! Steady yourself. Get out the Rolaids and prepare to be haunted by Womb Ghosts!
We need more scary alien invasion flicks right now about as much as we need more giant monster movies, man! Thankfully there's another coming our way as Right at Your Door director Chris Gorak is readying a tale of terror that will offer a glimpse of the world suffering through The Darkest Hour.
Dread Central’s next final girl, Amy Steel, portrayed the lone surviving female in two horror films of the 80s. Her first role was as Ginny, the Camp Crystal Lake counselor with a background in psychology that helped her survive Jason Voorhees’ vengeful rampage in Friday the 13th Part 2.
Now this is the kind O'Reilly factor we can behind! A tale of demonic possession, strange goings-on, and human beings being tortured to the brink of insanity by forces we don't fully understand. All right, so it does still sound a bit like having to sit through the popular Fox News show, but I digress!
"I don't wanna be buried ... in a Pet ... Semataaaaryyyy" ... Hmm? Oh, sorry. It's just impossible to see that title without thinking about the classic song from the Ramones. Anyway, the Pet Sematary remake is moving along full-speed ahead, and a new writer has been tapped for the flick!