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Genre Vets Prove They Are of The Violent Kind

You have got to love it when a plan comes together. Especially when said plan unites individuals with their own bounty of horror cred to work on one single project. A project that is of The Violent Kind.

SDCC 09: Zombieland Zombiewalk!

So ... it seems like there are lots of zombie-themed events happening these days. Why is it that we can't shake things up and have a werewolf festival? Maybe a C.H.U.D. walk every now and again for some variety? Well, zombies are the flavor of the moment, and as long as they're the shambling kind, I don't have a problem with that. And if you're planning on attending the San Diego Comic-Con this year, you've got something else to look forward to!

Noel Fielding - Zombie King!

Had enough of zombies yet? No? Well then, you're going to be all about this update from our horror fiends across the pond! If you're living in the United Kingdom or feel like booking a flight to Herefordshire, bust out the zombie make-up and let the games begin!

More Horror on DVD this Fall from Palisades Tartan

Ah, Halloween! It's like Christmas for the horror fan, only you've got to run out and buy all the goodies yourself. And so many damn titles are released in the September/October window that you often find yourself turning tricks or performing favors just to keep up with it all. At least I do.

Exclusive: Carmen Reed on the True Haunting in Connecticut

With the release of The Haunting in Connecticut (review here) on DVD and Blu-ray, Dread Central had a chance to sit and speak with Carmen Reed, the matriarch of the family who dealt with the actual haunting.

Resident Evil: Afterlife to Start Lensing in September

Despite not having released any details regarding the cast or even its director to media outlets, Resident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth theatrical installment in the franchise, will begin filming in late September in Toronto.

Exclusive Bloody Stills: Won Ton Baby

Fresh off of the last round of "WTF?!?" type images, director James Morgart has dropped us a line with even more bloody carnage-laden stills to share with you guys from his new flick Won Ton Baby.

New Clip from Thirst

There's no question one of the most anticipated moments of this year's San Diego Comic-Con will be the exclusive screening of Park Chan-wook's Thirst (review here). Fans are just giddy with anticipation! To further along your film lust we just got our hands on a clip for you guys!

Win Tix to a Pre Comic-Con Screening of The Collector in Michigan

Can't wait for the Comic-Con screening of Marcus Dunstan's The Collector? Or just not gonna be in California? No worries! We've got your chance to win tickets to an early screening before the madness of spandex-mania and Star Wars sets in!

See Cabin Fever Uncut in Cali

Aside from slow-motion scenes featuring a long-haired kid doing kung fu and muttering about "pancakes", one of the things that really stood out concerning Eli Roth's directorial debut was the great gooey gore featured in the movie. Now LA residents will get a chance to see more of that and then some on the big screen!

SDCC 09: Mezco Summer Exclusives and Coupon

Got your San Diego Comic-Con tickets and making a shopping list and game plan? One place you do not want to miss is Booth #4145, home of Mezco Toyz!

World War Z Gets New Screenwriter

Like many others, we have been wondering just what the hell has been going on with the big screen adaptation of Max Brook's stellar novel World War Z (review here). Finally there's some news to sink our teeth into!

New Behind-the-Scenes Stills - Halloween 2

Just in case you were missing them, Rob Zombie has posted yet another batch of behind-the-scenes stills from his upcoming flick on the official Rob Zombie MySpace page. What new things wait in store for you?

Fantasia: Days 5 Through 7

The first full week of Fantasia kicked off with two highly anticipated Clive Barker adaptations, Book of Blood, directed by John Harrison, and Dread, directed by Anthony DiBlasi.

2009 Emmys Light on Horror Nominations

Despite being nominated for Best Drama and having its star Anna Paquin win Best Actress in a TV Drama at this year's Golden Globes, "True Blood" was shut out of the major categories for the 2009 Emmy Awards, which announced its nominees earlier today. But that's not to say it, and a few other genre-related shows, won't be showing up at the party.