Visceral Games, an Electronic Arts studio, has announced the release of "Go to Hell", an all-new social application inspired by the upcoming video game Dante’s Inferno that takes the poem’s canonized nine circles of hell and brings them into everyday life. With just the click of a button, you can send a friend, foe, place, product, or brand to one of the nine circles of hell.
So you're just about done both weeping and swooning over Twilight's sparkly yet brooding vamps in theatres, in print, and on DVD, and you're wondering to yourself ... "Gee, I really wish I could watch these movies edited and with commercials on cable so I can have some heavy petting time during the breaks. I wonder which station will be airing the films?" Drop your Kleenex and wonder no more!
How many people reading this right now are old enough to remember the old British TV show "U.F.O."? Anyone? I'm looking for hands, people! Christ, I'm old. In any event there's a feature film adaptation on the way that is looking to net itself some older fans as well as some new ones.
By the time last week's episode of "Dexter" had ended, we were hit with some really intense plot twists that nobody saw coming. To say we were hungry for more is a bit of an understatement. Thankfully we have a couple of previews ready to chew on until Sunday.
The first featurette from Trap, writer/director Jason Horton's follow-up to Edges of Darkness, just showed up online; and it offers an at times funny behind-the-scenes look at low budget movie-making for your pre-Thanksgiving cravings.
Dread Central hit the set of Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days earlier this month - the film wraps principal photography today in Vancouver, Canada, under the watchful eye of co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai - and while there sat down with producer JR Young (among others) to discuss the flick (cast interviews to come).
Joss Whedon has done so much more than just work in the TV and film industry. He's created entire meticulous universes for his characters and fans to explore, and that's no easy task. Thankfully the man is about to get his due.
The dead of winter. What better time to release Adam Green's long awaited film Frozen than when most of the country are shivering their asses off?
Finally, after years of waiting and one hell of a theatrical run, the movie that scared the hell out of most of the world, Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity, is coming home courtesy of Paramount Home Entertainment; and we've got the whens and whats for you first!
It's been a while since last we heard anything about David Fincher's upcoming CG animated feature film, The Goon, but finally there's a bit to talk about!
A bit more on Stephen Norrington's proposed remake of The Crow has made its way online today, and we've got the goods for you to sample (and probably complain about).
Given the success of Paranormal Activity, it was only a matter of time before someone went back to the well, or in this case the woods, to try to capture that ever so special lightning in a bottle that all indie filmmakers pursue.
Being that Thanksgiving is this week, we figured we'd hit the road and do a little location shooting. It's good to get out of the office or, in our case, the studio. But where to, you ask? Rest assured no matter where we end up, it'll be fun!
Well, even though Ninja Assassin may not exactly be a horror flick, around these parts we find ninjas and gratuitous violence pretty badass. All that being said, Dread Central sent out the team of Heather Wixson and Brian Smith to cover the black carpet premiere of the movie last Thursday night at the historic Mann's Chinese Theater.
If you're like me, you don't understand the appeal of MMO's like World of Warcraft. I don't want to enchant items or do fairy dances. I want to kill zombies. I want to paint the screen red with gore. I want to dance in their infected entrails. I want to .... wait, getting carried away. Ahem. Ok, a new company called Undead Labs may have just the game people like us have been waiting to sink our teeth into.