Today is Friday the 13th. Some high profile slasher movie opens today; I forget the title. More importantly, today is the premiere of the sixth installment of the Foycast and this time you didn't have to wait six months for it!
And the award for most eye-rolling title goes to ... Triple Dog! Taken from the common phrase “I triple dog dare you to…”, this new teen thriller found itself an official site recently, and some teaser footage has shown up online as well.
Okay, I don’t get it. USA Today got the pic you see on your right of Salma Hayek in the new vampire film Cirque du Freak, in which she plays the Bearded Lady. But ... she’s got no beard.
We have no idea if Alien Trespass is as funny as it looks like it might be, but the producers have sure grabbed onto its cheesy B-movie nature and run with it. Gotta respect that.
More casting news is in for Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 and this tidbit of information? I think this is kind of cool. Prepare for a Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 reunion of sorts as both Bill Moseley and Carolyn Williams have just been cast.
Damn economic downturn! You’re getting in the way of my gaming! Joystiq is reporting a rumor that sounds like it has some substance to it.
Here at Dread Central we have lots of different personalities. As a result, we have mega differences in opinion too. When a big movie like Friday the 13th comes around, sometimes the dissidence is so great that we need two reviews. Such is the case now.
In case you haven’t noticed, it’s rare for us to cover music of any kind here on Dread. It’s just too subjective, in my opinion, as to what constitutes “horror” music. But sometimes something comes our way that we just have to point out…
From the creator of Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers comes the gory prehistoric mutant monster rampage Dire Wolf. Prepare to experience "One Terror B.C."
What do you give the girl who has everything for Valentine’s Day? Not chocolate, she’ll just complain about her complexion and/or weight. Puppies are good but they make a mess pretty quick. You can try and cheap out with a very sappy card, but most girls will see right through that.
If Robin Hood is such a great hero you'd think he'd be able to work in some monster fighting in between all his robbing from the rich to give to the poor. That's why all Robin Hood movies in the past have sucked: lack of monsters. Thank goodness we have the Sci-Fi Channel around to rectify such mistakes.
I’ve never heard of The Ghouly Boys, but then I’ve had barely a toe in the comics scene for quite a few years so hopefully you guys can forgive me.
A remake of Day of the Triffids is being prepped for production in the UK, and this morning Variety reports that a huge slew of stars have signed on for the project including Brian Cox, Eddie Izzard, Jason Priestly, Dougray Scott and Vanessa Redgrave.
John Malkovich will be going head-to-head with Josh Brolin in the upcoming adaptation of Jonah Hex, Variety reported this morning. The film is finally set to roll in April after numerous setbacks and delays.
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Dimension Films is looking to develop a thriller that cashes in on the modern day phenomenon that is online social networking. The idea for the story originates from actress Sara Rue as well as producer Robert Green, and writer T.S. Faull (Rohtenburg) has been tapped to write the script.