Missed the trailer for Declan O'Brien's Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead which debuted at this past weekend's Fangoria Weekend of Horrors? Don't worry, mutant lovers! We gotcha covered!
Now this is something different: a video promo for an upcoming novel. On May 19, 2009, author Steve Alten unleashes Meg: Hell's Aquarium, the fourth chapter of his highly acclaimed Meg series, on the general public.
This is shaping up to be one of the best weeks so far this year for DVD collectors. Along with new and well-received fare like The Burrowers (review) and Laid to Rest (review) and old favorites like Hellraiser (review) on Blu-ray and in a limited edition box set, we've got some wild cards that could go either way.
While an official event report is coming soon along with a photo gallery depicting the lunacy, we thought we'd bring you some quick and dirty details about three of the event's darkest offerings! What has Dread Central excited? Get ready for an earful!
Bif Bang Pow, creators of some excellent Flash Gordon, Big Lebowski and the upcoming Dexter figures announced they had a Twilight Zone license not too long ago. Now we get a sneak preview of the first piece!
In case you were wondering what this video was all about -- mystery solved! It's from the upcoming sequel S. Darko which hits DVD on May 12th. In retrospect the video was pretty cool. Want another? Dig the latest slice of strangeness and order yourself a copy below!
Having just portrayed an alien invader is the deplorable Dragonball: Evolution, perhaps James Marsters starring in a Syfy movie about alien bugs attacking a Wild West town might actually be a step up. Dust off your cowboy hats, folks, 'cause here come the High Plains Invaders.
Like most fans, director Robert Hall found watching horror films to be an avenue of escapism. “I immediately found a connection with horror, especially since I didn’t have the greatest childhood,” said Hall.
Ready for some werewolf action? Who isn't? We've been talking about Dana Mennie's creature feature Dark Moon Rising for the better part of a year, and now that the film is gearing up to start making the rounds, we have an exclusive look at the poster art!
Lionsgate is looking to continue its love/hate relationship with fans. Despite its better than expected box office draw, there will be no sequel to Patrick Lussier's remake done right, My Bloody Valentine 3D.
Last Thursday we reported about the new Ju-on game for the Nintendo Wii and that there are two more Ju-on films coming out to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the franchise. Now just a few days later we have the teaser trailers for both films. Man, the Japanese sure do work fast.
Good news, horror heads! The powers that be over at Warner apparently are NOT shelving Mike Dougherty's highly praised anthology Trick 'r Treat. Notice that I said apparently.
Some footage from Rob Zombie's Halloween premiered tonight on "Entertainment Tonight" and guess where it showed up? YouTube! Surprised, aren't ya?
Warner Bros sent us over the teaser Blu-ray/DVD ad for Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th redux. Wanna know what's coming? Dig it, baby!
Ready for another helping of vampire love with Sookie Stackhouse and Bill Compton? Thought so. Dig on the promo art below for Season Two of HBO's vampire series True Blood!