Some interesting word came down today regarding Darren Bousman's remake of Mother's Day. It seems the cast has filled out a bit. Quite a bit even. Andrew Bryniarski, whom fans will best know as Thomas Hewitt AKA Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, has joined Bousman's cast in what is said to be a "mysterious role". I'm thinking Queenie! Read on for more!
The line of Twilight Saga fans hoping to see the films' stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner -- not to mention New Moon's new extended trailer -- in person during this weekend's MTV's Video Music Awards is no doubt already forming. To help fill the hours between now and Sunday, September 13, at 9:00 pm ET, when the event kicks off, we've got a detailed synopsis of what they (and the rest of us) can expect to see.
And the Paranormal Activity (review here) news just keeps on rolling in. A new fanpage for the film has opened, and it has a really interesting image as its landing photo that sports the words "IN THEATERS SEPTEMBER 25th". Getting excited yet? I knew you would be.
The jury's still out as far as we're concerned as to whether or not "The Vampire Diaries" has what it takes to catch on with hardcore horror fans, but they may not need us anyway ... The show's first episode that aired last night appears to be The CW's most-watched series premiere ever with 4.8 million viewers (subject to final verification later today).
For fans of the Ju-on franchise, or The Grudge as it is known here, the date of October 13th cannot arrive soon enough. Why's that, you ask?
A new trailer has just hit online along with an interview with director Michael Bassett for his live action adaptation of Solomon Kane, and we've got them both for you along with 60% more awesomeness than anyone else.
Our friends across the pond have a new horror film in their cinemas this weekend, Oliver Parker's retelling of the classic Oscar Wilde tale Dorian Gray. Our latest commodity out of the UK, Gareth Jones, caught the flick and sent along a review.
Curious about what types of terrors you're going to be experiencing at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights 2009? We'll we've got the skinny on a preview for you, so steady yourself and prepare for a quick glimpse at just a few of the things going bump in the night.
In what is probably the worst news I've heard in a while, "Werewolf: The TV Series" will NOT be coming to DVD due to legal battles over some of the music used within the series. Yep. This sucks.
Yet another supernatural thriller is on its way as the screenwriter of Obsessed (yes, that Obsessed), David Loughery, has sold another script that will attempt to elicit more than a couple of chills out of prospective viewers.
Those of you waiting anxiously to find out when and where you'll FINALLY be able to see Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here) needn't wait much longer as we've just found out release plans will be announced
Halo-8 Entertainment is kicking copious amounts of ass when it comes to the innovative animation technique known as "illustrated filmmaking", and upon completion of their recently announced upcoming Loaded Bible project, they will next be producing the horror/sci-fi adventure Xombie: Reanimated created by James Farr.
It's rare that we post a five-knife review for anything at Dread Central so after reading Elaine's critique of The Monstrumologist (review here), I have to say my interest in the tale is definitely piqued. If yours is, too, then you'll want to read on for the details of a new contest we're running.
In the latest issue of Monster-Mania Magazine, a quick conversation with Heather Langenkamp reveals her new documentary I Am Nancy will be a "look back onto her last 25 years as Nancy and the role of A Nightmare on Elm Street in young people's lives."
In early August EA Games provided us a look at "Lust", the Second Circle of Hell from their upcoming Dante's Inferno video game. And now Greed, Gluttony, and Limbo are here to keep poor lonely Lust company. Synopsis: