Ladies and gentlemen, could we finally be looking down the barrel of the first Coffin Joe movie done entirely in English? Production house One Eyed Films is hoping so, as they've added a project on their official site called Santo Amaro: The Bitter Garden
A few months ago you might recall we did a story that Hasbro’s over priced plastic version of the Cloverfield monster may have been cancelled. Nothing specific was ever said one way or another by the company, unfortunately, so we just had to go with the info available to us, which was that those who pre-ordered were getting notifications that the toy was discontinued.
Ah, love. We really don’t see enough love stories in our genre, but that’s why we have movies like the upcoming Silver Cord; so we can be confused, not sure if we should see it for its horror elements even though it’s all about that most complex of human emotion. Maybe we can learn something?
If you read our previous articles on Dead Snow, you're aware that the film is playing Sundance and looks pretty badss. Dead Snow is the story of some kids who go skiing at a cabin in the mountains. Sounds pretty standard slasher right? Well things go badly when Nazi Zombies rise out of the snow and cause all kinds of mayhem.
Due to too much Thanksgiving turkey, Beaujolais, and fun with friends, the last Weekly Wrap-Up was MIA. But fear not; this week it returns with a vengeance, and since so much transpired from November 28-December 5, 2008, let's get right to it!
Collider managed to eke a bit more information out of actor Will Smith recently regarding plans for an upcoming I Am Legend expansion pack.
Every now and again news comes along that brings a smile to my face. Genre legend and still smokin' hot Sigourney Weaver has been doing a little talking lately about two projects that are near and dear to every horror fan's heart: Ghostbusters 3 and Alien 5!
You know I liked Feast a lot and I loved Feast II: Sloppy Seconds for the absolute tasteless absurdity of it all. Needless to say I am more than psyched for John Gulager's third entry, Feast III: The Happy Finish!
Today is a day we all knew was coming but didn't want to get here. Horror legend and icon Forrest J. Ackerman is no longer with us.
For many of us our first introduction into the world of horror came from our parents telling us, "If you aren't good, The Boogeyman will get you!" To that I say thanks for starting me early on shitting my pants, mom and dad!
Here at Dread Central we make a habit out of giving away cool stuff. Next up on our list of things we give out because we love you -- a signed poster for Timecrimes (review here)! In celebration of the film's limited theatrical release on Friday, December 12th, Dread Central, in association with Magnet and Six Shooter Films, is giving away 1 (one) poster for Timecrimes signed by director Nacho Vigalondo.
I’m still waiting for some more images to start surfacing from Cirque du Freak because something tells me when we start getting a look at the makeup in this film, the excitement level is going to rise dramatically.
Not much of an update, but a sad one nonetheless; Box Office Mojo have learned that Drew Goddard’s Cabin in the Woods, which he co-scripted with Joss Whedon, has moved from its October 23rd, 2009 release date, which would have given horror fans something to choose from and leaves Saw VI likely the only game in town again, to February 5th, 2010.
That distant sound of hooves you're hearing is the Four Horseman finally come to lay claim to the Earth because for the third day in a row we’ve got info about another film project involving Famous Horror Author Joe Knetter.
There’s not a helluva lot to see, but a recent Korean TV report about Park Chan-Wook’s long-anticipated vampire film Thirst showcased the first footage from the film, which you can now see below. Though the film isn’t scheduled for release until May of 2009, hopefully there’s a lot more we’ll be able to share with you guys on it soon!