It seems like just yesterday we told you about the lesbian vampire flick Pearblossom undergoing a name change to Life Blood upon being acquired by Lionsgate for a DVD release later this year. That's probably because we did publish that story just yesterday. That was yesterday. Today we can tell you the DVD release date: April 27th.
Yet another film has just picked up distro from the company that is quickly becoming known as the horror fan's best friend! Ah, IFC! How we love you so!
The European Film Market is popping as we speak, and news has just come down that the new film featuring Oldboy himself, Choi Min-sik, has landed distribution.
Wow. Alicia Silverstone. Where the hell have you been? In any event she's back and re-teaming with her Clueless director Amy Heckerling to bring us a toothy little love story called Vamps.
Just when you thought it was safe to lay your fears of an Escape From New York remake aside, the project has been fast-tracked and is back with a vengeance.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of Hellhounds on DVD (February 16th), we thought it might be interesting to talk with child actor-turned-director Rick Schroder. With Hellhounds, Schroder is a far cry from his days on the set of “Silver Spoons” or even “NYPD Blue.”
The time we've all been waiting for is finally at hand! Universal's redux of The Wolfman is here, and we've got all the coverage you could possibly want including our official review, interviews, red carpet coverage, and a massive photo gallery! The howling starts ... NOW!
With a tagline of "Some secrets are better locked away", it's not too much of a stretch to wonder if 2006's Cold Storage should have remained locked away itself. Nonetheless, thanks to Lionsgate, come May 4th, we'll be able to see for ourselves whether or not that's indeed the case.
Two years after it acquired the rights to influential manga Akira, Warner Bros. is courting the Hughes Brothers (twins Allen and Albert) to direct a live-action version of the tale. A script has already been written by Mark Fergus, Hawk Ostby, and Gary Whitta (the latter of whom penned the brothers' most recent outing, The Book of Eli).
Out of Italy comes a new telling of Henry James' classic ghost tale, The Turn of the Screw, and it seems as if our Italian horror loving pisans are checking out our yankee trends because it's coming in -- of course -- 3D!
Scott David Russell's latest film, Exquisite Corpse, starring Steve Sandvoss, Nicole Vicius, Guillermo Diaz, Tessa Thompson, and Larry Cedar, will be playing later this month at the EFM, and we've got a look at the trailer and some early artwork for you.
Iconic Finnish rock band HIM’s new album Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice hit store shelves yesterday, and in honor of its release Dread Central is featuring the video for “HeartKiller”, the first single off the CD.
The horror/action Xbox 360 exclusive game Deadly Premonition hits the market on February 23rd, and we've got a look at another character profile: museum curator and murder suspect Diane Ames.
As our regular readers are no doubt aware, here at Dread Central we're always on the lookout for new and different things to pass on to you guys. Which is why we're happy to share some super cool "minimalist" posters for a few of our favorite TV shows.
There's not much that warms the heart of your old Uncle Creepy more than zombies, especially when they're contained within such a rich universe as the one created by Robert Kirkman in The Walking Dead. Which is why I'm ecstatic to report that a start date has been set for the filming of the pilot for Frank Darabont's The Walking Dead TV adaptation on AMC.