One of the most creative films of the late '90s was Gary Ross' Pleasantville, and this week The Vampire Diaries borrows its theme for Episode 12, the cleverly titled "Unpleasantville". Click on through for two sneak peeks of the ep.
This week finds Supernatural offering its own spin on the popular "body switch" theme, and considering the parties involved, it's sure to be a lot of fun. Thanks to the CW, we have two webclips of the episode, entitled "Swap Meat", to help get you ready for it.
The horror/comedy hybrid Feast of the Vampires will be making its way to DVD on February 9. Want to find out where to pre-order this sucker, or dig on the trailer? Well, come on in and check it out.
Indie thrillers certainly aren't in short supply this year, the most recent being Daddy's Girl - which is slated to begin production sometime this summer. Read on for cast details and an interesting synopsis.
Is it just me, or has the media machine for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse been strangely silent? Considering the frenzy that surrounded New Moon, Eclipse seems downright staid. But that's okay -- a little restraint can be a good thing and adds a bit of class to the proceedings. Speaking of which, Eclipse just got a huge dose of class with the naming of the composer of its score: Howard Shore.
Lots of goodies are hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week including the better than it should have been Saw VI, the second installment of Matt Pizzolo's Godkiller: Walk Among Us, Frank Henenlotter's return to form Bad Biology, and our pick of the week, Canada's claustrophobic Pontypool.
It's been a really long time since last we talked about the latest Steve Niles property to get the big screen adaptation, Freaks of the Hearland. You know that old saying, sometimes no news is good news? Well, that doesn't always apply. Case in point ...
Fresh off of promoting the hell out of his latest film Legion, which came in a hearty second at the box office this weekend, taking in about $18.2 million, director Scott Stewart took a bit of time to talk about his next film, a little slice of vampire fun called Priest.
We've all been patiently waiting. We have hoped, we have prayed, and we have dreamed about a third Gremlins film. Now, there seems to be a bit of possible movement on the sequel front that will find these devilishly lovable creatures popping off the screen and into our laps.
More violence! More carnage! More mayhem! More blood! Even more violence! That's what we're hoping Alexandre Aja's remake of Piranha brings to theatres in glorious 3D. Dozens more behind-the-scenes stills have chewed their way online, and wow, are things looking wonderfully nasty!
With Sundance 2010 in full swing, massive bidding wars have begun on some of the festival's hot available prospects. One film garnering lots of attention is Rodrigo Cortes' claustrophobic thriller Buried.
Who would have thought that one of the more buzzed about films of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival would be a comedy horror film about hillbillies and the college co-eds that think they’re homicidal? Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is quickly garnering a slew of attention during this year’s festival.
Attention, Browncoats! Feast your eyes below on some "Firefly"-related goodness! While interviewing Alan Tudyk for his latest project, the comedy horror flick Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, Dread Central’s team of Heather Wixson and Brian Smith thought they’d take the opportunity to talk with Tudyk about Joss Whedon’s "Firefly".
I don’t know how many other "Invasion" fans are out there, but I remember exactly how I felt after I watched what would end up being the series finale of the short-lived ABC show. It was as if someone had hit me upside the head with an aluminum bat and then did the Macarena on my skull.
Apparently Sundance isn't the only place where deals are being made this weekend as the news recently broke that 20th Century Fox has won the battle for distribution of Robert Rodriguez's Machete, not a huge surprise since the studio is also behind his production of Predators.