Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line today with a first look at the DVD artwork for his upcoming horror and revenge thriller Bulletface, which has a release date of January 26, 2010.
Theodore LoScalzo of DrippingDead Films sent Dread Central a fresh batch of exclusive behind-the-scenes photos for Fetch, director C.M. Downs' new feature that is currently shooting in Kansas. One look at them and all we can think of is, "Fetch us a sweater! Brrrr!"
In what absolutely positively has to be intentional stunt casting on the part of The Asylum, former teen pop princess Tiffany has been signed to star in their Megapiranha mockbuster. Tiffany's heyday was the late 1980's, and her biggest rival at the time was Debbie Gibson, who you may recall starred in The Asylum's Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. No way this casting is a coincidence.
The good folks over at Dark Sky Films sure know how to flex their creative marketing! Keen-eyed readers of the Village Voice are sure to run across a very suspicious "Babysitter Wanted" ad! Does anyone out there have the guts to call the number and apply? We DARE you to!
Horrorfest 4 is right around the corner, and things are heating up fast! That being said, it's time to drop something new on you guys in the form of an exclusive trailer for Brian Pulido's The Graves!
It seems like we've been reporting on Christopher Smith's Triangle (review here) for a really long time now, and finally, on February 2nd to be exact, we'll be able to see if it lives up to its potential when it drops onto DVD and Blu-ray courtesy of First Look Studios. And in honor of the occasion they've provided us with a big batch of stills and our own copy of the trailer.
The dreaded loudmouth of the monster world -- the Banshee -- is getting its turn at tearing apart teenagers for our amusement in the new flick titled cleverly enough Banshee!!! (review here). Look for things to get all screamy on March 23rd when the DVD drops into stores! Read on for more details and the cover art.
Another new look at the latest Romero flick getting the remake treatment, The Crazies, has found its way into our inbox, and it's just the thing that we need to help us deal with the hazards of hump day.
Mike De Luca is a busy, busy man of late. Today he was on hand to chat about two of his most appealing projects, the Nic Cage car chase flick, Drive Angry, and Alex Proyas’ Dracula – Year Zero, both of which are shaping up quite nicely.
It's Wednesday, and you guys should know what that means -- It's time for another LIVE video series featuring members of the Dante's Inferno video game development team. On tap for today: "Beyond the Game".
To say that we're Roger Corman fans around here at the Dread Central offices is a bit of an understatement. The man has done it all and brought us some of the most delightfully fun and ghoulish movies of our time. Now thanks to an exclusive deal with Shout! Factory, which we originally told you about here, there's all sorts of goodies on the way!
You want cool? This is cool! Legendary American illustrator Basil Gogos has been commissioned by Universal Pictures to create a limited edition piece of work on behalf of The Wolfman!
Predators isn’t due in theaters until this summer, and while 20th Century Fox is being understandably tight-lipped as to its story, actor Louis Ozawa Changchien recently spoke about his role in the film, revealing some interesting plot details along the way.
Finally, after months of speculation and "news" that turned out to be just rumors and wishful thinking, the long-awaited third installment in the much beloved Ghostbusters franchise is moving forward with a director in place and confirmation that plans are to start shooting it this year.
Though it's not even out of the gate yet, Platinum Dunes' remake of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street is causing lots of buzz -- both bad and good. Fan reactions were pretty much split when the film's trailer hit. One of the major concerns was the sound of Freddy's voice. We admit it did seem kind of off. Then, when news of the reshoots came, things didn't get much better in terms of being confident that we're going to get the movie we want. Finally someone's addressing these issues.