One flick that remains high on the list of films Dread Central staffers are looking forward to is The Resident. Why? Because Hammer Films, Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Christopher Lee all add up to some serious genre cred! That's why! Who's ready for some more stills?
Like it or not, Nicolas Cage is coming back for a second go 'round as Ghost Rider Johnny Blaze. And it actually sounds like it could be decent.
There shouldn't be a fan out there who's not excited about the prospect of the much beloved Hammer Films churning out some new horror for us to sink our teeth into. A few new stills from their upcoming film, The Wake Wood, dropped into our laps today and we're ready to play nice and share!
With the release of Ti West's controversial sequel to Eli Roth's debut feature, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, dropping next month onto home video, Lionsgate has released some stills to hopefully get you sweaty with anticipation.
You know what would be cosmic revenge for all the watered down PG13 nonsense we've been exposed to over the last several decades? If someone would take a story from children's author and Goosebumps creator R.L. Stine and turn it into an R-rated slaughterfest! Of course that's never going to happen, but a guy can dream, can't he?
The 1986 thriller F/X was one of my absolute favorite films of the Eighties. Anyone who has seen it and remembers it can pretty much vouch that it was the goods. There's been talk of a remake happening for some time now, and now there's a little bit of new chatter to report on.
Having followed the antics of the many incarnations of the blurry photographed cryptid most commonly known as Bigfoot throughout my life, I have heard of his Missouri counterpart, Momo. I had not heard that the Sasquatchian hominid known as "Momo" was said to have the head of a jack o'lantern. That I would have remembered. But now that I know, I have to wonder why it has taken so long to make a motion picture about pumpkin-headed Bigfoot.
Every good slasher needs a hook - sometimes literally (i.e., I Know What You Did Last Summer). It's all about the look, the location, and/or the weapon of choice. The Caretaker killer is... Well, the title tells you his occupation. He appears to have a unique harvesting tool as his designated instrument of death.
For the New Year the Dreadtime Players thought it might be cool to air our "Pilot Episode," the one that got us green-lit. Simple old-school terror reigns as a woman finds herself alone at night with a maniac loose in the neighborhood. We hope you enjoy our first effort, "The Caller."
With IM Global/Bombshell Pictures' gleefully titillating feature Bitch Slap bowing today in limited theatrical release and via Video on Demand, this scribe sat down recently with the makers and stars of the film to discuss their ‘guns, boobs, and brawls’ opus and was thrilled to do so.
There's a new ghost hunter in town, and his name is Jason Dark. He's here to face the horrors, the demons, the vampires, the werecreatures, and every other diabolical monster imaginable on behalf of a more civilized world.
William Shatner. Not since his iconic portrayal of Captain James Tiberius Kirk has he ever played as ridiculously masculine a character as he did in Kingdom of the Spiders. His character's name? "Rack" Hansen. That's right, "Rack" Friggin' Hansen, and he can take out your stupid eye and steal your woman with nothing more than a mere glance shot your way via his razor sharp animal magnetism!
Finally vampires get their fangs this Friday as Lionsgate's Daybreakers opens up wide in theatres! How does it fare?
How many of us remember shelling out the dough to get our hands on the last A Nightmare on Elm Street box set? At over a hundred bucks it was pretty steep but worth it if only for the "Nightmare Encyclopedia" disc. To go along with the original film's Blu-ray release, Warner Home Video and New Line are re-issuing the box set ... but something is pretty friggin' amiss.
You’ve seen the Bitch Slap girls go wild, but they have a softer side too. Watch as Trixie (Julia Voth), Hel (Erin Cummings), and Camero (America Olivo) show you the many ways they help their community and how they might even save the world.