If you missed 2012 in theatres, then you missed out on the feel good extermination of the human race film of the century! What a spectacle! It's near impossible not to laugh! Lucky for you the film's hitting DVD and Blu-ray soon, and we've got the skinny on what to expect!
It's a new year, but you'd hardly know it from the crop of DVD and Blu-ray releases hitting store shelves tomorrow, January 5th, 2010. The Final Destination, which showed up on a couple of the DC staff's worst of 2009 lists, is probably the pick of the week, so that tells you what kind of offerings we're looking at.
The Tremors series of films, no matter how weird or bad they got, always managed to keep us entertained here around the Dread Central offices and now Universal is upping the wormy ante a bit by releasing the short-lived "Tremors: The Series" on to DVD.
Several new stills from the new serial killer import out of the UK, Tony, have found their way online today, and they're about as awkward as a film about a misfit killer would be!
Ah, the good old days! Plagues! Wading through leech-infested streams! Torture devices! Doctors who believed more in magic than they did medicine! Kind of makes you almost thankful for the neon distractions of modern times. Almost.
It's hard to believe that the After Dark Horrorfest 4 is just a few weeks away. January 29, 2010, to be exact! You guys can be sure that you'll be getting lots of exclusive coverage from the yearly event from us as per usual .... starting right now!
We have to admit we are guardedly optimistic about the upcoming prequel to the John Carpenter classic The Thing. If placed in the right hands, given today's leaps in special effects, it could be a total winner. Or it can turn into one hell of a CGI laden mess.
We, like many, were really saddened to hear of Larry Fessenden's departure from the American remake of the hit Spanish spooker The Orphanage. We're sure that Larry will find himself something super-cool to attach himself to (hopefully free of his seemingly non-stop Wendigo fetish), but it would have been great to have him on board. New Line, however, is dead set on making this flick, and they have already found themselves a brand new director!
French directorial duo Bruno Forzani and Hélène Cattet have just unleashed the first full trailer for their neo-giallo flick Amer and we gotta say ... it's looking pretty damned sweet!
Just when we thought casting was just about over with, another name has joined the ever growing cast of the hit HBO series "True Blood". One that is sure to have the ladies swooning to be made ... or maybe just made out with.
2009. It was pretty much as crappy a year for horror movies as it was for the economy. There were, however, some really high points to help balance out all the drivel that was put out there in theatres as well as on home video, and they are to be celebrated, even though technically a couple of them are not even from this year.
It seems like almost every great horror film has an eerie story around production: The Exorcist, The Omen and Three Men and a Baby have all spawned their own creepy lore and, thanks to a recent blog post, it looks like Adam Green's Frozen might be joining those ranks...
Here’s another helping of immorality and mayhem courtesy of Emilio Miraglia, the man responsible for one of my favorite gialli, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (which, ironically, was glimpsed in last week’s Saturday Nightmare, New Year’s Evil, under the US title - Blood Feast).
When I got word from my man Avery that The Asylum had officially announced their mockbuster of Alex Aja’s Piranha 3D, I was not the least bit surprised other than I fully expected them to just add an "s" on the end and call it Piranhas. Instead the Asylum madmen have decided to up the ante by making it a Megapiranha.
A new year means lots of new horror projects to look forward to, and today we get a first glimpse at what might be in store for us should we elect to check into Psych: 9, an upcoming horror thriller from the UK starring Cary Elwes, Sara Foster, Michael Biehn, and Gabriel Mann.