On August 20th Hollywood's historic Egyptian Theatre hosted a 10th anniversary screening of The Blair Witch Project followed by a Q&A with several members of the film's cast and crew. Of course Dread Central was there, camera in-hand, to record the auspicious occasion.
Looking for some tasty Halloween II programming to get you geared up for this Friday's release of Rob Zombie's Halloween II? The cable channel Fuse has your hot ticket for horror this week!
"True Blood" fans are going to get their chance to see one of their favorite small screen vamps in theatres as Bill Compton himself has joined the cast of Priest.
While it would have kicked a copious amount of ass to have Gore Verbinski at the helm of the live action adaptation of the Take Two video game BioShock, it just wasn't in the cards. That's okay, though, because Universal's next choice is a winner and a half.
Nomad called in recently from Monster-Mania with an update from Fred Dekker on his recent projects. He is currently working on a script for Cliffhanger 2 and absolutely has a horror project in the work as well. He just can't divulge anything during its birthing process. But wait! There's more ...
One movie that thankfully has been bumped up in a sea of recent postponements is the undead-laden post-apocalyptic comedy Zombieland. That's right, kids! Columbia Pictures has moved up the release of Zombieland to October 2nd, one week earlier than original slated. Rejoice, deadheads!
We're just one short week away from the release of one of he most anticipated sequels of the year, Rob Zombie's Halloween II, and Rob has given us one last look at the man himself before he went all homeless and such.
A couple of weeks back a new motion poster for Lionsgate's upcoming sequel Saw VI debuted. Now we get the same cool effect minus the motion. Make sense? Oh, just look at the damned thing!
Some news coming out of this year's Monster-Mania Convention! Heather Buckley called in with a news scoop that's pretty damned tasty. John Landis spoke to Dread about his latest project. One that's filled with all manner of murder and mayhem!
We reported earlier that Jay Woelfel's Live Evil had won an theatrical release of 300 screens starting September 18th, as well as a DVD release in mid-November. There's been an update to this story, in that we recently learned that the film is also getting a premiere at the Sci-Fi Center in Las Vegas.
During a recent interview with Access Hollywood, actor BooBoo Stewart spilled the beans that Twilight Saga fans can look forward to not just Eclipse and (the as yet unconfirmed by Summit Entertainment) Breaking Dawn but also a fifth entry in the series!
Another new promo and some images sneaked online today for the continuing adventures of the Winchester boys and their upcoming tango with Lucifer. Dare you dig it?
Unless you've been living under a rock, the odds are pretty good that you've either heard of, watched, sang along with, or taken part in a shadowcast for Repo! The Genetic Opera (review here). The little movie that Lionsgate had absolutely no faith in has taken on a life of its own and has quickly become a bit of an enigma.
Delays, delays, delays. We all hate them, but sometimes they're very necessary. Yet, other times they're just plain weird. Paramount has bumped Martin Scorsese's new film Shutter Island until 2010, leaving their fall slate empty with the exception of Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones.
Yep, and we're not talking about Jeremy's chafed bare ass either! Producer/director Brian Skiba dropped us a line today with the official poster art and a nifty synopsis for his latest film, Blood Moon Rising starring Ron Jeremy and Laurie Love. Synopsis