The release of Adam Green's Frozen is approaching rapidly, and a new clip with a very familiar face has surfaced for your viewing pleasure!
On the red carpet at last night's Golden Globe Awards, Courteney Cox and David Arquette fielded yet another question about Wes Craven's involvement in the upcoming Scream 4, and while one of them was pretty confident about the director returning for the sequel, the other wasn't quite so sure.
Tony, the UK import about a London serial killer, has a brand new quad poster for you fiends to dig on, and of course we have it here. Tony is the debut feature from Gerard Johnson and is being called one of the most important and disturbing British films of recent years.
As the January 29, 2010, start date of After Dark's Horrorfest 4 draws ever so close, the promo goodies are streaming out at a frightening pace! Next up we're proud to debut the official trailer for revenge thriller The Final.
Writer/producer Paul Hart-Wilden dropped us an email with some early details and a few exclusive new photos from the upcoming indie horror/thriller Wolf Town, for which co-wrote the screenplay with Asabi Lee. John Rebel is directing the film, which just wrapped principal photography in California.
Some info about two projects we've been watching closely spilled out today via Twitter: The official website for Adam Green's Frozen has some new additions, and Rob Zombie posted the promo artwork for his "CSI: Miami" episode.
There are very few directors who would be ballsy enough these days to put three young actors alone, stranded on a ski lift, and think that would work as an entertaining horror movie. This is what makes the upcoming Frozen and its director, Adam Green, that much more remarkable in terms of producing original genre films.
Finally the holiday hiatus is over, and most of our favorite TV shows are returning to the air with new episodes, including our #1 guilty pleasure, The Vampire Diaries. And to pique fans' interest even further, The CW has provided two webclips of Episode 11, entitled "Bloodlines".
Who says the weekends are slow for news? Not anymore thanks to the immediacy of the Internet. This morning some behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Predators showed up online, and if you're curious about the appearance of the title characters, you will definitely want to keep reading.
When did TV movies become bastions for battered housewives and other domestic tribulations? There was a time (in the 70s, mainly) when cable network original films were as worthwhile for horror fans as whatever genre offering was playing at their local theater. It was network television that introduced us to the Zuni Fetish Doll and Larry Drake in scarecrow attire. Now all that remains is cheating husbands on the Lifetime Network.
Foy first told us about Jeffery Lando's House of Bones, in which the lovely Charisma Carpenter plays a ghost hunter, back in December of 2008, and finally this weekend it debuts on Syfy. In addition, the indie filmmaker who hails from Vancouver has two other Canadian premieres happening within the next few days.
Back in September everybody got pretty excited when they learned The Weinstein Co.'s Halloween 3D was being placed in the very able hands of the team who scored major points with their My Bloody Valentine 3D reboot: director Patrick Lussier and screenwriter Todd Farmer. Then things got quiet ... very quiet. We now know why.
Word came down earlier this week that the struggling Weinsteins had decided to push back the release of Alexandre Aja's 3D remake of Piranha from April to at least August, primarily in order not to complete with Lionsgate's Kick-Ass since both would likely appeal to the same audience. But it turns out there's more to the story after all.
Daybreakers hit theaters last weekend, and Dread Central was there to take in the newest vampire tale and sit down with the film's creators. Among the pointy-toothed set was Willem Dafoe, who chatted with us a bit about life, undeath, and the pursuit of a world we'd actually survive in.
Fans of The CW's Supernatural (including this writer) have been patiently waiting for a sneak peek of next week's episode entitled "Sam, Interrupted" over the show's seemingly interminable holiday hiatus. At long last our patience has been rewarded.