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.
Yet another day of shooting, another reunion, another killer showing up to slay, and another batch of behind-the-scenes stills from the making of what will be the definitive A Nightmare on Elm Street documentary ... Never Sleep Again!
Here at the Dread Central offices you can hear any number of things reverberating across the halls. Mainly it's the Foywonder laughing maniacally about setting me on fire again during a heated match in Left 4 Dead, but today it's something completely different.
Cameras are now rolling on Steven C. Miller's Scream of the Banshee for After Dark Films, and over the weekend Miller released a pretty spooky new pic via his Twitter account.
Most fans, including myself, were left feeling shortchanged and screaming for more when "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" went off the air after seven seasons. It was even worse when "Angel" got yanked, but that's a whole other can of worms. Season Eight in comic form never really did it for a huge percentage of the fanbase, but it looks like Whedon and company may have found a solution.
A new international trailer debuted online today for Anthony DiBlasi's big screen adaptation of Clive Barker's Dread and we've got it right here for you brimming with darkness and suffering.
We recently received an update on the upcoming indie suspense thriller entitled Cornered, which is slated for completion in January, 2010. It was written by Hunter G. Williams and Kevin Duane Carson and is described as "a journey through 'the darkness of murder' and into the heart of a serial killer, who will not stop until all the players are killed."
Another bad sign for the Weinsteins. Usually distribution of all of Dimension Films' theatrical properties are handled by Genius Products, the Weinsteins' home video label. Yet, today the news came that Sony will be handling the DVD and Blu-ray release of Rob Zombie's Halloween II. Very interesting, no?
We're all excited to see where Kevin Williamson takes his characters in Scream 4 and beyond, and the actors are too. In a recent interview Courteney Cox expounded a bit on where she thinks her character and her husband David Arquette's character, Dewey, are all these years later.
We have a little something for everyone this week: teenagers and newlyweds fighting for their survival, an alien-caused apocalypse, a revenge-starved botched abortion survivor, a Twilight spoof, and even a "dark" ballet.
Happy with the way that "My Super Psycho Sweet 16" turned out, MTV is ready to jump back into the horror pool with a film created by David Harris called "Savage County". Time for a quick look! Synopsis
British actor Edward Woodward, best know among genre fans for his portrayal of Sergeant Howie in Robin Hardy's classic The Wicker Man, has passed away at age 79 in Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro, Cornwall, England.