I can remember interviewing Adam Green this time last year one late night for an article about Grace, Paul Solet’s film that had premiered during the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, which Green helped champion and produce.
Denis O'Hare has a pretty big movie opening this weekend, Martin Campbell's Edge of Darkness starring Mel Gibson, but during the red carpet premiere just about all anyone wanted to talk to him about was True Blood, in which he'll be appearing as the Vampire King of Mississippi. Read on for a few of the scoops O'Hare provided.
If there's one superhero we can really get behind here at Dread Central, it is The Hulk. Why? Because he's a giant pissed off green monster! What can we say? We relate! We also have your chance to win a copy of the green guy's latest animated movie on Blu-ray!
As part of the festivities surrounding this Friday's kick-off of After Dark's Horrorfest 4, there will be a NYC Zombie Village Crawl with the meet-up scheduled for 5:00 PM on January 29th at Pie by the Pound, 124 Fourth Avenue.
Are you a fan of comics but just don't have the time (or attention span) to devote to a series? If so, you're in luck as Top Cow has debuted a new one-shot issue entitled The Darkness: Shadows and Flame.
Two more documentaries will be coming at you soon involving a couple of our very favorite subjects -- Hellraiser and zombies! Ah, the sweet suffering!
Being an avid fan of Angel, I used to harbor a hetero mancrush on David Boreanaz. So much so that I eagerly tuned in to the pilot episode of his follow-up series, Bones. Then I tuned right out and never looked back. But today’s news has me ready to tune back it – at least to see how this all plays out.
With Showtime’s Dexter reaping the sort of ratings that HBO used to enjoy back in The Sopranos days, it’s no surprise that they’re looking to get into the serial killer genre with their own series – albeit with a different slant.
Editor's Note: "With all the craziness going on in the biz lately, it's been harder and harder to make sure everything out there is covered for you guys! One bit of coverage that's been suffering is video games, so we decided to go out and find someone badass enough to lend us a hand ..."
Now that Blu-ray is accepted as the next-gen medium of choice (though I still think we're headed to a digital download age, which sucks because many of us like having hard copies of movies), studios are finally unlocking their vaults and dropping some pretty nifty classics on us!
Indie filmmaker Patrick Rea contacted Dread Central recently to let us know about Dark Matter, a new concept in monthly DVD clubs that focuses on a mixture of suspense, science fiction, and fantasy stories, often concluding with a thought-provoking, chilling, or unexpected turn of events.
Fans looking forward to the theatrical release of Adam Green's Frozen (review here) won't have to wait much longer to sink their mitts into the chilly goodness as it's slated to hit select theatres on February 5th.
The latest teaser poster for All About Evil has hit the Net, featuring the Mistress of the Dark herself, Cassandra Peterson. I love Elvira but it's nice seeing Peterson getting some face time sans that personality.
The Lovely Bones has generated a lot of awards buzz for its young star Saoirse Ronan and its slightly older villain, portrayed by Stanley Tucci. Now it's Trembles' turn to add his $.02 into the mix!
Finally San Diegans are being treated to something those who live in the LA area have been able to enjoy for the past several months: Jeffrey Combs' tour de force performance as Edgar Allan Poe in Nevermore.