Zombie films. We love them. Especially ones that feature something more than some Goth kids running around in pale make-up splashed in stage blood. Yep, we like our undead flicks chock full of as much substance as gore. Enter ... Salvage.
Gentle Giant is in command of the New Line Cinema House of Horrors license for statues and busts, and so far they've gone from ultra realistic to Tex Avery cartoony in 3.2 seconds. Now...we get a somber piece. Jason sits in his childhood bed, clutching a doll that reminds him of his lost innocence while his subconscious has him stabbing the hat of Freddy Krueger, the man that epitomizes the rape of children's dreams. DEEP! Let's read the propaganda ...
It's been almost a decade since the Y2k Schwarzenegger vs. The Devil flick End of Days (review here) taught us that a rocket launcher can indeed vanquish Big Red.
Tobe Hooper's under-appreciated slasher opus The Funhouse is a huge favorite here around the Dread Central offices. The flick had it all -- gypsies, sex, good kills, a great location, and most importantly a badass looking monster who wore a Frankenstein's Monster mask until his, um ... unveiling. From our point of view this remake is a no-brainer and it seems as if director Eli Roth feels the same way!
Every now and again we get the chance to give you guys something you can't get anywhere else. This is one of those times. The trailer for I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer hit the web a while back but had to be edited because of offensive material. Here at Dread Central we thrive on offensive material, and we also know that our readers can handle a little crazy.
Man, it sure is hard to wait until Sunday, isn't it? That's when "True Blood" Season 2 premieres at 9PM (EST). Having seen the first few episodes already (look for a review soon), we can tell you that things kick off in high gear and do not show any signs of slowing down. If you need a little preview of things to come, we've got your hook-up!
We've been following the progress of Halo 8 and Matt Pizzolo's "illustrated film" adaptation of the Godkiller comic for some time now, and finally our patience has paid off with the release of its official trailer.
Jesus Christ, Michael! We are so tired of looking at the Myers family. How about a peek at Loomis instead?
The horror landscape can appear a bit crowded at times, but we always find the room to welcome one more of our own. And today we're doing just that for HorrorSquad.com, which has one mission and one mission only: The celebration of the horror genre we all love.
During a break from the surprisingly renewed "Dollhouse", Watertown, Mass. native Eliza Dushku has returned to her roots to appear in indie thriller Valediction. Home base for the crew is reportedly South Boston's Seaport District.
Does Universal have another horror title in its library as heavily requested as Phantasm II? I doubt it.
Wait, Fox wants to make a good Alien movie now? It certainly would seem so if today’s announcement is any indication.
After a couple of weeks of looking back at some older classics, Trembles returns to the present day with a review of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell. It seems he's not quite as enamored of it as most of the rest of us.
Just days before its June 12th UK release in theatres, yet another trailer for Jake West's Doghouse has surfaced that makes us yearn to be across the pond for this weekend's festivities!
In a world populated by shit we do not want to watch, we cannot recommend enough tracking down a copy of the classic film Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires. We're talking one of the original chop-socky vamp flicks ever delivered to us by Hammer and starring Peter Cushing as Van Helsing! Ah, the simple joys of it!