Here at Dread Central we've been attempting to integrate music news into the site a bit more, and today we got an email that fits the bill perfectly. God Module's Byron C. Miller (vocals, live keyboards) dropped us a line to let us know the trailer for the band's new EP, "The Magic In My Heart Is Dead", is available for your viewing pleasure.
Quick! Of all the directors best equipped to take the reins on a remake of David Cronenberg’s The Brood, which one comes to your mind? If you said anyone other than the director of Sahara, you’re dead wrong.
While we all wait patiently for any news regarding a Stateside release of the live action version of Robert E. Howard's creation Solomon Kane, another new clip has come out to tide us over.
With seemingly everyone in the world getting REC 2 (review here) but us (even though Sony has acquired it), it's easy to get frustrated! Real easy. Check out the Italian trailer below. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go punch the hell out of a wall.
And the Paranormal Activity craze continues! IDW's Paranormal Activity:The Search for Katie has been whipping some ass on iTunes, and for those of you who haven't downloaded it yet, we got our hands on a little preview!
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for its 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards this morning, and while the horror genre was mostly absent from the theatrical categories, it was pretty well represented on the small screen.
Pikeville, Kentucky - Most people don't give much thought to what happens to a corpse once it's buried. Into the coffin it goes, the lid is locked tight, and it's covered with dirt, out of sight, out of mind. But what happens if the person inside that coffin wasn't really dead?
Genetic manipulation. Rarely does anything good come from that combination of words. In writer/director Ric La Monte's latest film The Tenant, things go from bad to worse to monstrous. Just the way we like it!
There are plenty of real life horrors out there to go along with the made-up stuff that we hold near and dear. In fact, there's probably more. Constant jokes are made about Mexican border-crossers, but the way our country is going ... pretty soon the shoe is likely to be on the other foot. Director Chris Peckover is taking the subject of "illegals" and adding a horror twist to the affair.
Although the figures are still in a pre-order status only, many retailers have already sold out of their allotment of Living Dead Dolls in Wonderland from Mezco Toyz. But you can still be a part of the fun as Mezco has announced that for the first time ever, they are venturing into the world of books for the LDD line.
There's no telling what direction Syfy's remake of the BBC series Being Human is going to go in, but one thing's for sure. It really doesn't matter because Season Two of the original is prepping for a January, 2010, premiere, and we couldn't be more excited ... even if we do have to wait for it to hit the States while we live vicariously through you lucky stiffs across the pond.
If you thought The Wolfman has had a troubled road to the big screen, brother, you ain't seen nothing. For better or worse at least the movie got made, which is something that we cannot say about The Creature from the Black Lagoon redux that we've been talking about for the past couple of years. It appears there could be a light at the end of the tunnel though ....
One film everyone's looking forward to seeing at this year's Sundance is Adam Green's Frozen, and with good reason ... the flick is pretty damned good, not to mention super intense. The official one-sheet debuted tonight, and we've got the road map of where to see it.
Back in March Paramount execs indicated they wanted to "fast track" their comic-book-to-film adaptation of Damn Nation, and now some nine months later the project finally has a writing team: Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz.
It's not scheduled for release until fall of 2011, but artist/author Gris Grimly posted online via Twitter another drawing for his upcoming illustrated Frankenstein book. It may seem simple, but, in Grimly's words, "I look at this image and see this sole icon representing the overall tone of the book."