Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's beloved children's story Where the Wild Things Are has been met with mixed reactions. So of course our own Rick Trembles has to add his voice to the crowd.
Ready for an online comic straight out of the grindhouse? Then your wait is over! Rich Stahnke's When Drive-Ins Attack is Dread Central's online horror anthology series that combines the mayhem and gore of drive-in movies of yesteryear and serves it up for you right on your PC. The feature will be running right here every Tuesday! Let the madness begin!
No relation to the awful Mothman Prophecies movie (if you ever read the book, then you know why I just described the film as awful; and if you have never read the book, you should and then you, too, will realize why the film was so lame), Syfy has finally checked off enough other cryptids from its list to make a new film about the Mothman starring a "Firefly".
Kids need their horror, too, and a new animated series being touted at the American Film Market that sounds a little like The Incredibles meets "The Munsters" might be just what the kiddies need. Is "Fang Force" poised to be this generation's "Drak Pack"?
Haute Tension star Cecile de France is joining Matt Damon in Clint Eastwood's upcoming thriller Hereafter. De France, who is Belgian, will portray a French journalist who has a near-death experience.
Instead of flat-out just saying they're canceling the series "Eastwick", ABC is beating about the bush with reports that they've "decided not to order additional episodes" beyond its initial 13. Seven of them have aired with the remaining six scheduled to be shown after a two-week break for some special programming on the network.
As we've mentioned previously, November 10th is the release date of the band Flyleaf's new CD, entitled Memento Mori, and to help celebrate the occasion, their bass player, Pat Seals, has taken time out of his hectic schedule to prepare for Dread Central readers a list of his Top Ten favorite horror films.
He's taken us to the Underworld and back so it makes sense that for his next project Len Wiseman might be exploring the end of the world as we know it for 20th Century Fox.
Today this scribe had the opportunity to visit the set of the upcoming A Nightmare on Elm Street documentary, Never Sleep Again, for one of their bigger days - actor Mark Patton who portrayed Jesse in the second franchise installment was on hand to talk about his very own Elm Street days.
And The Wolfman's long road to the big screen takes yet another unforeseen twist. This time it's a situation around the film's score that needs some extra TLC.
Them crazy Swedes. Ever since old MacReady uttered those words in John Carpenter's The Thing, we knew we'd be seeing more of them in the horror genre.
In between killing zombies, dispatching bad guys, and just generally whipping a cou\pious amount of ass, Milla Jovovich has been tweeting up a storm on the set of Resident Evil: Afterlife. Today she dropped a nice bit of teaser info.
A big day of shooting on Never Sleep Again is under way, and Dread Central is continuing our coverage of the documentary's Twitter feed. Come on in to find out who else has been on the hot seat!
You know it's a slow DVD release week when two of the offerings are a couple of rather obscure films whose main selling points are that they star folks from The Twilight Saga. And speaking of Twilight, if you can look at the new cover art for the Near Dark Blu-ray without thinking of those sparkly vamps, then you're one of the lucky ones.
It's only Monday, but already our thoughts are turning to Thursday night, and The CW is happy to help us get ready for the latest installments of our guiltiest pleasures: Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries.