About a month ago we first learned about La Casa Muda, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 72-minute sequence shot. And now we have an English-subbed teaser trailer to check out to see how things are progressing.
It's official! According to HBO the True Blood Season 2 Blu-ray and standard def DVD box sets will be released on May 25th, and pre-orders are available now.
Get ready for another 8 Films to Die For as the After Dark Horrorfest returns with a vengeance!
In the annals of movie tagline history we've had some really scary ones, some really funny ones, and some that just make you scratch your head completely stymied. Enter the new one-sheet for Shelter.
Ok, so follow along -- First Capcom makes a zombie game loosely based upon George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead called Dead Rising, and now there's a movie, based on the game, that was loosely based upon the movie to begin with. See that? Nice and clear, isn't it?
On February 23rd the horror/action Xbox 360 exclusive Deadly Premonition hits the market, and we've got an exclusive look at two more of the game's mysterious inhabitants for you -- Assistant Sheriff Emily Wyatt and Sheriff George Woodman.
There's no denying that John Lithgow's portrayal of Arthur Mitchell, a.k.a. the Trinity Killer, was the best thing that happened to Showtime's Dexter since the series' first season. And now you can bring him into your own home ... if you dare!
We here at Dread Central aren't looking forward to any single project out there as much as we are Frank Darabont's upcoming adaptation of Robert Kirkman's zombie saga The Walking Dead. Not since the early work of Romero has a Dead universe been so rich with detail and so brutal on its protagonists. Will all that horror and drama make it into the AMC series? Signs right now are pointing to yes.
There's no doubt Hollywood's latest golden boy, Sam Worthington, is enjoying the fast track to stardom. From targeting Terminators to getting the blues in a little movie called Avatar to his upcoming tussle with the Titans, the man's making quite the career out of whipping ass. His next stop -- Alex Proyas' Dracula: Year Zero.
Any "Supernatural" fan out there (and there should be more of them because this show kicks a copious amount of ass) is well acquainted with the "Ghostfacers" -- a bumbling group of paranormal investigators who have taken on a life all their own in terms of fan popularity. In what seems like a truly no-brainer of an idea, we're about to get even more of these cats' antics right here on the world weird web!
Holy cow, have things just gotten really interesting ... really fast!
On January 26th one of the year’s most anticipated video games, Mass Effect 2, will be released nationwide. In celebration, Dark Horse and Electronic Arts Inc. have announced the launch of Mass Effect: Redemption on the iPhone mobile comics platform.
Many of us who are old enough to remember that special feeling we got when we first saw Sub Zero rip someone's spine out of his body are not likely to forget it. Ever. It was a stand-out moment in gaming ... and in our culture. The films? Not so much. The first Mortal Kombat movie nearly felt all right, while the second was quite simply -- shit. Can a third film finally offer fans what we've been dying for?
Barely 29 years old, editor/writer/director Ti West has accomplished what many older directors can only dream about - having four feature films under his belt. And more to come. His most recent credit is the period piece 1980s horror flick The House of the Devil, and he has been receiving the sort of accolades that those more seasoned directors can also only salivate over.
Here at Dread Central we love us some zombie action. When it comes to the new undead opus from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford titled simply The Dead, zombie action looks to be exactly what we're gonna get -- by the mouthful!