Week in and week out we keep finding more to like about The Vampire Diaries. Whether it's the death of someone we thought was a recurring character or the reappearance of another character presumed dead who's now a vampire, the show never fails to surprise ... and entertain ... us.
"Subtle" is the word that first came to mind upon viewing the new French poster for Universal's upcoming release of The Wolfman. And "classy" ... it is definitely très chic!
The top-selling Ghostbusters Minimate line continues with this latest 4-pack of Ghostbusters, associates, and menaces. This set includes the marshmallow-covered Gooey Egon and Gooey Winston from the original film as well as the sequel's Janine Melnitz and EPA lawyer Walter Peck.
As mentioned a couple of days ago, The Twilight Saga: New Moon was well on its way to setting a new record with Fandango for advance ticket sales, and the film has indeed achieved that milestone. But if you haven't bought your tickets yet, don't be discouraged; theater owners are still adding screens and posting new showtimes online.
Two news stories with Brittany Murphy here on Dread in two days? Never mind what the Mayans had to say ... this is a sign of the apocalypse. Quick, someone call Cusack! Ok, while we're awaiting the eventual screaming, running, and terror, check out the skinny on Sean McConville's directorial debut, Deadline.
As if we needed a further reminder that 2009 is winding down to a close, this week marks the final first-run episode of the year for Supernatural, the oh so cheerfully entitled "Abandon All Hope". To help ease the pain of having to wait until 2010 for a new installment, The CW has graciously provided two sneak peeks of the November 19th ep.
We’re all ready to laugh at Carrie again as the clairvoyant teen gears up for her second go ‘round on the Broadway circuit. Will she have better luck with this outing than during the short-lived 1988 stage musical that was laughed off the stage? It’s looking like it if today’s casting details are any indication. Keep reading to find out who’ll be bathed in pig’s blood.
What with Left 4 Dead 2 now on store shelves and taking up the majority of our free time, have you ever wondered what this maniacal game would have looked like if it had been for the original Nintendo Entertainment System?
Well, someone was waiting for it, no? There have to be some Demonic Toys fans out there, right? Sometimes .... you guys are no fun. Nevertheless, check out the synopsis and the trailer for the first official sequel to the first film, Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons.
With Turkey Day right around the corner, there's no better way to gear up than to sample some of our favorite serial killer's cooking! "Dexter" Synopsis: Based on the novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay, “Dexter” follows Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan, an employee at the Miami Metropolitan Police Department's Crime Lab, but by night he is a self-proclaimed psychopath who meticulously murders the very same serial killers he tracks by day.
The new American poster for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), was released today; and we have it for your perusal.
Tonight is the world premiere of The Twilight Saga: New Moon, and in case you couldn't be in Los Angeles or didn't quite feel up to camping out with the hundreds of fans who have been at the Westwood Village Theatre for the past few days, you can watch it live courtesy of MySpace!
Considering some of their recent decisions, that headline seems really fitting, no? Nevertheless, a new flick is hitting DVD this December from Lionsgate called Psycho Ward, and we've got the skinny on what to expect should you decide to check in!
Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, rock band Skillet recently released their seventh studio album, entitled Awake, which features the single "Monster". Skillet is currently on tour, but lead singer John Cooper took some time out to write a Top Ten list of his favorite monsters, both in the movies and real life, and has offered to share it exclusively with Dread Central's readers.
The first that I heard of Frank Henenlotter was on a perfectly awful cable tv show that aired on Manhattan's Public Access channel in the 1970s.