Who would have thought that one of the more buzzed about films of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival would be a comedy horror film about hillbillies and the college co-eds that think they’re homicidal? Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is quickly garnering a slew of attention during this year’s festival.
Attention, Browncoats! Feast your eyes below on some "Firefly"-related goodness! While interviewing Alan Tudyk for his latest project, the comedy horror flick Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, Dread Central’s team of Heather Wixson and Brian Smith thought they’d take the opportunity to talk with Tudyk about Joss Whedon’s "Firefly".
I don’t know how many other "Invasion" fans are out there, but I remember exactly how I felt after I watched what would end up being the series finale of the short-lived ABC show. It was as if someone had hit me upside the head with an aluminum bat and then did the Macarena on my skull.
Apparently Sundance isn't the only place where deals are being made this weekend as the news recently broke that 20th Century Fox has won the battle for distribution of Robert Rodriguez's Machete, not a huge surprise since the studio is also behind his production of Predators.
You never know where the next big thing is likely to come from, but if Ivan Rogar has any say in the matter, it will be Croatia, where his post-apocalyptic thriller Vektor hails from.
If you were one of the many people who saw Scott Stewart's Legion over the weekend (and there must have been a lot of you since the film came in second in the box office rankings with an estimated $18.2 million), then you'll no doubt be interested in the following message we received from The Foywonder:
Here at Dread Central we know that the horror community has a great big, bloody heart. So when we hear about a worthy cause, we like to let you know about it, too. Read on for more info on "The Boom Effect".
We've been talking about writer/director Adam Green's new film Frozen for a while now, and finally, in conjunction with its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, we're able to post our review of the film.
Just like the rest of the world, we here at Dread Central like to have everything in the palms of our hands. Especially ourselves! Wait ... that didn't sound right ... *ahem* Anyway, now you can have us with you anytime you want, everywhere you go ... for free!
Four new posters for the Repossession Mambo, now known as Repo Men, have come to light showing off all the spare parts you could ever want or need!
Hey Driftwood fans! In case you were unaware, there's a nifty auction going on right now which offers you the chance to take home a bit of horror history!
1980’s Prom Night was among the first slasher films to come bursting forth from the post-Halloween floodgates and, while it doesn’t seem like you can find a positive review of it anymore, it was a big success then and remains one of the most enjoyable entries in the slasher subgenre.
A new graphic novel set in a zombie-infested, post apocalyptic New York City is about to hit bookstore shelves from IDW Publishing, who announced that Bob Fingerman's From the Ashes, a collection of the renowned series, will debut on February 10, 2010.
Nope, we aren’t offering an all expenses paid trip to Jesus Camp – but what we do have are three copies of the new Jim Caviezel vehicle Long Weekend (review here), directed by Jamie Blanks, to give away courtesy of Showbox Home Entertainment and The Associates.
Their latest effort, The Violent Kind, is poised to debut at Sundance '10 this Monday, January 25th, and already Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores (aka the Butcher Bros.) are looking ahead to their next project, a psychological horror feature entitled Black Sunset.