It's been a while since we've gotten an update on the indie anthology Edges of Darkness, but today one of its stars, Lee Perkins, dropped us a line with a peek at the film's new Japanese poster.
The fictitious character and host of Haddonfield Horror TV, Uncle Coffins, has cut yet another video promo, this time plugging Rob Zombie's film. Strange? Yes. Drunk? Probably. Do you care? Doubtful.
Ezra Buzzington's name might not jump off of the page at you, but I can assure you you've been terrorized by him quite a few times in the past, whether it be from him flipping his cock around in Art School Confidential or playing a faceless mutant in The Hills Have Eyes remake. With his latest film Buzzington will be cranking up the terror once again!
It’s a real bummer to see how Warner Bros. is treating Michael Dougherty’s Trick 'r Treat - a movie that many horror fans have been hoping would get a theatrical release one of these Octobers.
It’s getting to be that you can’t log onto a movie website these days without catching a tiny update on Ghostbusters III. In fact, with the exception of Rob Zombie’s H2, is there any other movie featured as prominently on websites across the cyber landscape as the upcoming third go ‘round for everyone’s favorite ghost cops?
Remember that crazy-ass trailer we posted in April for Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl (watch it again here)? Now we've got the poster and a few more details to go along with it -- including where you might be able to see the film!
Some more behind-the-scene images popped up online today from Aja's remake of Piranha that show off quite a bit of skin. Not-eaten-by-angry-prehistoric-fish skin.
I've said it a hundred times, and I'll say it a hundred more ... If you're not watching "Supernatural", then you're missing some truly quality horror on TV. Don't discount the Winchesters as mere pretty boys; these dudes know how to whip some demon ass! If you did miss it, you ought to be thankful for DVD and Blu-ray. Season 4 is set to come home on September 1, 2009.
Just a few days ago we let you guys know about Kevin Williamson's new Scream trilogy that's being readied. Today the master himself, Wes Craven, sheds some more light!
In the horror genre inbred hillbilly cannibals have a way of touching our hearts. After they've been pulled beating from our chests, that is. Come September West Virginia's first family of fright and their crazy misdeeds are going to look better than ever as they hit the world of 1080p!
It's another skimpy week for DVD lovers, but that's okay. It'll give you a little extra time to save up for next week's Friday the 13th blow-out!
Even though the fifth entry was lame in almost every conceivable way, I must admit I dig the Saw franchise. Here at Dread Central we're pulling for Saw VI director Kevin Greutert to redeem the series that at one time had so much teeth.
Horror westerns seem to be an oddly hot commodity these days what with quality flicks like The Burrowers already out and Jonah Hex on the way. Another unlikely horror commodity is Cam Gigandet, who has just signed on to star opposite Paul Bettany in the live action adaptation of Tokyo Pop's horror western comic book Priest.
What better way to complement the previously announced Mary-Kate Olsen, Vanessa Hudgens, and Alex Pettyfer than with a little N.P.H. action?
Wall Street, they tell me, is on an upturn, and the economy is well on its way to recovery. Hooray and Huzzah!