Sorry, but it’s impossible for me to think of Will Arnett as anyone other than his Arrested Development persona, Gob Bluth. His involvement in this summer’s supernatural Western Jonah Hex has me more curious than I’d usually be, and today he’s promising that the comic’s signature dark tone will remain intact.
Though Zone of the Dead hasn't been released here in the States as of yet, that hasn't stopped the film's makers to get busy on setting up a sequel and bringing back everyone's favorite zombie ass-whipper Ken Foree in the process!
Another new clip from Scott Stewart's upcoming apocalyptic thriller Legion showed up today featuring Tyrese Gibson trying to play hero in the face of some truly loony odds.
As a means to gear up for its run at this year's Slamdance 2010, some new stills and even a one-sheet have debuted for the psycho thriller YellowBrickRoad. Which way will you follow?
Good news for Resident Evil fans! The fourth film in the series, Resident Evil: Afterlife, will be making it to theatres this year instead of 2011 as previously reported.
This year's After Dark Horrorfest 4 is looking pretty damned strong! In fact we'd hazard to say that it's probably the strongest since the first festival. It's all in the movies, man, and Anthony DiBlasi's big screen adaptation of Clive Barker's Dread (review here) looks like it may just be this year's crown jewel!
Peter Block has long been a supporter of the horror genre, and his latest production endeavor A Bigger Boat is getting set to further increase its horror catalog with yet another tale of terror!
In just about a month Universal's redux of The Wolfman will begin tearing up the box office. At least that's what the studio is hoping will happen. Given the film's tumultuous road to the big screen, we're guardedly optimistic, but damn the film's looking sweet ... even as a short form TV spot.
Rich Larm, the Lead Environment Artist on the Dante's Inferno video game, has provided Dread Central readers with an exclusive in-depth look at the process his team utilized to build out just one of the game's numerous environments, in this case an area of Limbo.
It was last February when we first heard that Diablo Cody would be producing the film version of S.G. Browne's debut novel, Breathers: A Zombie’s Lament, and finally she provided an update on the project this weekend during Showtime's presentation to the Television Critics Association (for her United States of Tara).
The Television Critics Association's twice-yearly press tour is currently under way in Pasadena, CA, and on Saturday The CW, Showtime, and CBS shared the spotlight with The Vampire Dairies, fresh off its People's Choice Awards win for Best New Drama, garnering a significant amount of attention. Stars Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, and Paul Wesley were joined on a brisk 30-minute panel by executive producers Kevin Williamson, Julie Plec, and Bob Levy.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center is hosting a Brazilian horror festival entitled "DEATH DEALER: Introducing Coffin Joe, Brazil’s Horror Superstar" and has joined forces with Dread Central to provide two lucky winners with a pair of tickets each to the January 23rd screenings of At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul, This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse, and Awakening of the Beast.
While we are all waiting patiently for IFC's distro of the new French zombie opus The Horde here in the States, a badass new international one-sheet has hit the net. Vive la mort!
In the interest of full disclosure, I’ll come right out and tell you that I’ve always been rather fond of the Howling franchise. From werewolf orgies to carnival freaks, there’s always been something for me to enjoy concerning the unlikely number of Roman numerals that followed Joe Dante’s classic.
There's been a lot of speculation as to whether or not Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans remake will be in 3D, particularly since the content seems to lend itself so well to the format, but the director has put the kibosh on that idea, stating, "We just won't have time."