We've been telling you about Bulletface, Albert Pyun's latest neo-noir thriller, for a while now, and finally he's provided us with a trailer so you can check it out for yourselves.
There's nothing finer (and sexier) than that one woman in a movie who outlasts the unthinkable. The chick who stands up to the things that go bump in the night and isn't afraid to get a little red on her! Join us now as we celebrate these lovely ladies without whom horror would be nowhere.
Well, we've gone from the famine of last week to a veritable feast of DVD and Blu-ray offerings on home video this week. There's definitely something for everyone: Nazi zombies in Dead Snow, freaks galore in The Vampire's Assistant, beautiful people getting hacked and slashed in Sorority Row, and buttons being pushed in The Box.
In 2002, before the phenomenon known as "Lost" captured the hearts, minds, and obsessive compulsive disorders of fans everywhere, Matthew Fox starred in a rather unsuccessful TV show called "Haunted" that lasted from what I remember only a few weeks. Thanks to Phase4Films this skeleton is coming back out of the closet!
The Internet seems to be becoming like one giant bit of supplemental materials for our favorite films. Man, how times have changed. It used to be we had to wait monthly for the new issue of Fango to come out, then we had to wait for DVD's to see the behind-the-scenes goods, and now we get them instantaneously before the flick is even out! We're just happy to playing along I tell ya!
Cautionary tales. You would think that by now someone would listen to at least one of them. Especially ones concerning the horrors of meeting up with strange people and offering ... let's just say your bodily services.
The latest Spanish terror tale from producer Guillermo del Toro has caused quite a stir in Berlin at the European Film Market and as a result has landed itself some UK distro.
The Blade franchise has had a really interesting ride thus far. The original film hit almost all of the marks that it should have. Del Toro's Blade II was like a fan's wet dream. Blade: Trinity, which showcased everyone's favorite comic book vamp hunter facing off against the big daddy bloodsucker of them all, Dracula, lacked any serious bite; and the TV show, while pretty good, was cut short.
It was a very humid night in June of 2009 when this Dread Central scribe stepped off the plane back in her hometown of Chicago to check out what Platinum Dunes had in store for this generation of fans with its new vision for one of horror’s most beloved franchises.
We've been reporting on Brooklyn born writer Aaron Guzikowski's Prisoners for quite a while now here on Dread Central, and along the way many huge names have been attached including Christian Bale, Bryan Singer, Mark Wahlberg, etc. There's just one problem -- despite the script being hailed as incredibly hot, for one reason or another nobody has officially bitten. Thankfully that very well could change!
And another young lovely has been added to the cast of Patrick Lussier's latest 3D vehicle, Drive Angry. Charlotte Ross has signed on and we can't wait to see all sides of her in the third dimension!
Richard Franklin's 1978 thriller Patrick caused quite a stir upon its release and has garnered one hell of a cult following in Australia and abroad. It only seems fitting that the director of the incredible documentary Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story Of Ozploitation!, Mark Hartley, has been chosen to head up the remake.
You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll laugh until you cry. Yes, folks, the official trailer for James Nguyen's disasterpiece Birdemic is finally here! You just try and stave off its allure!
We try our best here at Dread Central to stick very much to stories about horror films and things that go bump in the night. Rarely do we deviate from our programming, but sometimes real life steps in and we're asked for help.
It’s January 15, 2010, when this scribe arrives to the snowy set of executive producer Greg H. Sims’ psycho-thriller Behind Your Eyes. Shooting for 14 days on location in Lake Arrowhead, CA (with additional days in and around the nearby environs of Los Angeles) and written by Daniel Fanaberia, the flick revolves around ‘A couple. A kidnapping. A secret. A weekend to meet the parents becomes a weekend of trying to stay alive for perfect Steven and Erika’ (according to the production’s PR).