It's been about six months since we first heard about Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, the brainchild of Dead Snow co-writer/director Tommy Wirkola under the auspices of Gary Sanchez Productions and Paramount. Now finally the project has a writer to take Wirkola's idea and smooth it out a bit: Dante Harper.
I almost feel bad for Saw VI. The flick delivered on all counts; yet, it performed really badly at the box office. We can only hazard a guess that the damage done by the abysmal Part V left audiences so cold that the new film was something they weren't going to bank on this year. David Hackl, director of Part V, now has a date for redemption with his new flick Saw VII 3D.
Spanish production house Filmax previously announced it would be following up [REC] 2 with the Manuel Carballo-helmed Exorcismus, and today the first photos from the flick have appeared online.
Two new posters and stills for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), were released today; and we have them for you cold and spooky.
Now that it's November, most people's thoughts have turned from Halloween to Thanksgiving, but thanks to Mill Creek Entertainment, the scary season doesn’t have to end. The company has launched "Scream Scenes”, a fun and spooky application for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
One thing greatly missing from modern genre filmmaking is kid-friendly horror. I’m not talking about PG-13 mall-horror, but films geared toward younger audiences that can be enjoyed by both adults and children. We had The Gate and The Monster Squad in the 80s. What do today’s kids have?
As part of our ongoing effort to integrate more music news coverage into the site, we've just learned that 5FDP (Five Finger Death Punch) have released an audio stream for their new single "Walk Away." The song is featured on the band's sophomore album, War is the Answer.
The horror genre has undergone quite a few changes since Scream single-handedly rescued the genre from box office oblivion back in the mid 90s (I can’t believe it’s been over ten years already) so news of a fourth film has really piqued Dread Central’s curiosity. Will Scream 4 be in line with the gorier, nastier flicks that came after the self-referential trilogy, or can we expect some good-natured winking to accompany our slashing? We’ve got an answer for you.
A big screen version of Stephen King's The Dark Tower may have just hit a roadblock (read that story here), but during last night's "Times Talks Live with Stephen King" to promote the author's latest novel Under the Dome, he revealed some pretty big news about a possible eighth book in the series.
With Transylmania on the horror horizon (and not much else), vampire fans at least will have something to sink their teeth into. Even if it's the bloodless equivalent of a rubber chicken.
FEARnet is once again doing its very best to provide viewers and fans some really cool stuff to check out beyond its vast library of flicks and webisodic content.
When we covered the possibility of JJ Abrams working on a big screen adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower along with Damon Lindelof, producer of "Lost", fans were for the most part pretty excited. Sadly, it seems as if that excitement will be short-lived.
Director Robin Hardy was present for a screening of his 1973 film The Wicker Man and a 10-minute clip of his upcoming feature The Wicker Tree at the 92nd St. Y in Tribeca on All Hallows Eve.
With production on Never Sleep Again under way, this writer had a chance to check in with the documentary's directing team of Daniel Farrands and Andrew Kasch to see how things are progressing with their project that explores the Elm Street legacy.
With featured roles in Brian De Palma’s Carrie, John Carpenter’s Halloween, Allan Arkush's Rock 'n' Roll High School (featuring The Ramones), and Rob Zombie’s The Devil's Rejects, P.J. Soles has appeared in some of the most iconic cult/horror films of all time.