Jane Austen's much beloved matchmaking character Emma Woodhouse has been portrayed by a wide variety of actresses including Alicia Silverstone, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kate Beckinsale, the latter of whom would probably fare best in the story's latest incarnation: Emma and the Werewolves.
It’s competition time here at Dread Central for our beloved UK readers, and courtesy of the ultra-fine folks at Arrow Video and The Associates we have THREE copies of the brand new Silent Night, Deadly Night DVD to give away. Whether you’re in for some psycho-Santa entertainment yourself or are looking for that top shocking stocking filler this Christmas for the horror fan in your life, we’ve got just what you need.
We love mutant kids. Sure they're ugly and you wanna hide them in a chained up box, but they grow up to be badass movie monsters who kill with reckless abandon! Really? What's not to like? A promotional image from Troma's The Toxic Avenger Part 5 slipped online recently featuring two such kids who we are sure you will find ADORABLE!
A new record has been set for American literature sold at auction, and it belongs to none other than the master of mystery and the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe.
The Butcher Brothers have a bit of a spotty track record with genre fans. From pleasing the majority of us with The Hamiltons to savaging some good memories of ours with their insipid April Fool's Day remake, you just have to take their films with a grain of salt.
This past fall saw the debut of the supernatural horror/comedy Jennifer’s Body, and with the film's Blu-ray and DVD release being only a few weeks away (December 29th), I thought it might be interesting to take a look back at some of the most successful high school horror films that have been released over the past 10 to 15 years.
Several weeks ago we told you about the launch of the Level 26 iPhone app and digi-novel, and today we have an exclusive premiere of a "cyber bridge" (basically, a video clip) from the app, which plays out a few of the chapters of the digi-novel. This particular cyber bridge stars genre vet Michael Ironside and 24's Glenn Morshower.
The third time's the harm for the Norwegian slasher franchise Cold Prey's latest entry, titled simply enough -- Cold Prey 3 or Fritt Vily III for you hardcore fans out there. The trailer made its debut online today, and we have it for you all freezing and such!
Know what really scares us? Renee Zellweger's face. She used to be kind of cute during her Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation days, but once Hollywood came a'knocking, it was a quick tug here, a slight injection there. Now she looks as if she's just constantly shitting out whole lemons. Where was I? Oh, yeah! We have two new clips from her latest flick, Case 39!
Kill you with laughter maybe? Don't worry; this isn't some sort of Ring scenario when after watching you have seven days to forward it along ... though that would increase our traffic ... YES! This clip is deadly! Watch it and pass it on! Make sure your friends pass it on! You're all gonna die!
What toll does the loss of a child take on a family? Do those wounds heal? Or do they fester into madness? When a family is torn apart by a tragic accident, it leaves a burden that must be shouldered by both parents. But just how deep does the pain run?
If ever there was a movie that did not require a follow-up, it would be Uwe Boll's disastrous Alone in the Dark. Uwe Boll only produced this time around, allowing the makers of the direct-to-DVD House of the Dead 2, Peter Scheerer and Michael Roesch, to write and direct this second installment of the Alone in the Dark franchise that continues its grand tradition of gobbledygook storytelling.
We've been talking about Natalie Portman's Black Swan for a few weeks now, and it wasn't until like five minutes ago that we discovered the term "Black Swan" has nothing to do with her vagina. It sounded so kinky in that context though, didn't it? Ah well. The film, directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Portman, has just gotten itself a new cast member today!
It was starting to seem as if the Asian horror remake trend is deader than a long black-haired chick wearing white and rotting at the bottom of a well. However, for some, just like John Rambo, "NOTHING IS OVER! NOTHING! YOU JUST DON'T TURN IT OFF!" That's right, kids! Here's a quick update on the remake of the Korean chiller Phone.
Some artwork slipped online today for Stuart Hazeldine's thriller Exam, which will be arriving in UK cinemas on January 8th.