A few months ago we told you about King Kong coming back to Universal Hollywood (the original ride burned down in a fire) as a 4D attraction. Now that the first promotional trailer for the ride has gone live, our curiosity and our interest have hit a fever pitch.
As The Twilight Saga: Eclipse fans anxiously await their first viewing of the film's trailer before Robert Pattinson's new flick Remember Me next Friday, March 12th, there are some things going on behind the scenes that might give them pause: A new editor is being brought on board, and a song by Muse, a band that has provided material for both previous installments in the series, has been dropped from the soundtrack.
“Yorkshire Noir. Dickens on bad acid.” -- Tony Grisoni on Red Riding. Tony Grisoni did it. Wrote the whole lot. All 278 minutes of the Red Riding Trilogy, which was adapted from David Peace’s noir epics. Dread Central recently sat down with him to get the scoop on the details, the process, Poe, and even Terry Gilliam.
Never mind CGI, man! Old school claymation has always been cooler if only for the fact that there's something physically there up on the screen. Sadly, claymation seems to be a quickly dying medium, but that hasn't stopped artist Lee Hardcastle from crafting a version of the Sam Raimi classic The Evil Dead that you won't soon forget.
Here at Dread Central there are certain actors whom we will watch no matter what they do. One such person who falls under that category is the legendary Robert De Niro, and we get especially excited when it turns out that his next flick will be in the horror genre!
Finally we get our first look at the artwork for Tim Sullivan's long anticipated sequel 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, which is set to hit DVD/Blu-ray in the UK on July 5th. No word on a domestic release yet, but we should have something for you soon. In the interim ... dig it!
Finally we have a rock solid date for Vincenzo Natali's Frankenstein-esque creature feature Splice as Warner Brothers has given the film a summer release date of June 4th. Bravo, WB! Can't think of a better way to kick off the hottest season of the year than with some good old fashioned monster mayhem!
Finally the red band theatrical trailer has come for George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead, but honestly? We think it could use a bit more time in the oven as it's pretty tame. Come on, guys! We need red in our red bands!
Though talk about a new Spawn movie has been lingering in the ears of fans everywhere for some time now, it appears that creator Todd McFarlane is just about ready to make it happen -- himself!
Another addition to what's shaping up to be the mother of all Re-Animator reunions has been made! You can add Dr. Dan Cain himself, Bruce Abbott, to the festivities, which also include appearances by Barbara Crampton, Robert Sampson, Stuart Gordon, Jeffrey Combs, and Dennis Paoli.
The second behind-the-scenes featurette for Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans is here and it's packing more of the good stuff we're all looking forward to! Thank the gods!
A big batch of new images from John Landis' upcoming flick Burke and Hare have surfaced online, including a few that caused the rumor mill to start swirling that Sacha Baron Cohen is appearing in the film, but via Twitter (where else?) Simon Pegg set the record straight.
Some more goodness coming in from the satanic biker flick Hard Ride to Hell. The film will hit DVD on May 25th from Vivendi Entertainment and RHI Entertainment, and we've got a brand new image gallery set and waiting for your perusal.
The popular Tribeca Film Festival runs from April 21 through May 2, 2010, but if you can't be in New York City for it, don't despair. Tribeca Enterprises has launched Tribeca Film, a comprehensive distribution and marketing platform for independent film, and Tribeca Film Festival Virtual (TFFV), a new online venture offering worldwide audiences an opportunity to experience the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) from the comfort of their own homes.
Another new poster for Platinum Dunes' A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot surfaced today -- they're calling this one a "banner" for some reason -- and of course we've got it here for you hot off the presses!