Paramount's Carriers is coming to rental DVD on December 8th, 2009, from Paramount Home Entertainment with a full DVD release expected in four to six weeks afterwards.
We're just a few short days away from opening Richard Kelly's latest thriller, The Box, and to get us into the spirit of things, we've got four video interviews for you!
Surprise! Another graphic novel (which is a fancy term Hollywood uses when they want to fool audiences into thinking the subject matter of their next movie was not based upon a comic book) is coming to the screen, but this time it's the small one!
Never mind monster movies. You know what scared me as a kid? The Wizard of Oz! All those weird flying monkeys and munchkins! I still wake up in cold sweats because of The Lollypop Guild! Sorry, I know the new thriller YellowBrickRoad has nothing to do with Oz. But damn it, I needed to vent!
Joe Lynch returns with another edition of his horror branded segment on G4's "Attack of the Show", and even though Halloween is over, he's still got plenty of tricks and treats left in his bag!
For someone like Robert Englund, whose character of Freddy Krueger became legendary in the pop culture lexicon, you'd think he'd relish the opportunity to step out from behind the mask (or make-up) in the FEARnet web series "Fear Clinic."
This scribe hit the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of Crush Film’s The Bleeding last night at Sunset 5 in Hollywood, CA, and chatted with the film’s co-star and tattoo artist extraordinaire Kat Von D of the reality series "LA Ink". Von D talked up her role as the sexy vampire Vanya in what is her feature film debut, which was directed by Charles Picerni, as well as riffed on the effects required of her.
Ready for an online comic straight out of the grindhouse? Then your wait is over! Rich Stahnke's When Drive-Ins Attack is Dread Central's online horror anthology series that combines the mayhem and gore of drive-in movies of yesteryear and serves it up for you right on your PC. The feature will be running right here every Tuesday! Let the madness begin!
Matt Reeves' remake of the acclaimed film Let the Right One In, now titled after the book that film was based upon, Let Me In, has begun shooting in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The news broke today along with a quick casting update! Dig it!
It's a good day for Stephen King fans. Along with our previous story in which the prolific scribe reads an except from his upcoming novel Under the Dome, his latest short story, "Premium Harmony", has appeared online in full for your reading pleasure.
Here at Dread Central we love us some Kristina Klebe. Arguably she was one of the best parts of Rob Zombie's Halloween, and now that she's fighting zombies in Zone of the Dead, we couldn't be happier -- if not strangely aroused by the sight of her with a shotgun. *Ahem* ... Speaking of which, a music video mash-up featuring Kristina just popped up online, and in it you'll find some cool footage of her taking care of zombie business among other things!
Driving down a winding road in the middle of nowhere Pennsylvania, the car rounds a turn, climbing higher into the mountains. Perched on the side of a steep hill is an old farmhouse with peeling gray paint and gaping windows, surrounded by fields of dry and rustling corn. The front lawn slopes dangerously down and then sprawls out into an honest-to-god pumpkin patch. This is where the cast and crew for upcoming indie thriller The Fields are shooting today.
With all these teasers and posters floating around today, it was only a matter of time before a vampire themed flick bared its fangs for our perusal.
We've all heard the Latin term Memento Mori and have a good idea of what it means. But what about its literal translation, "Remember you will die"? What does that have to do with the band Flyleaf and their reasons for selecting the phrase as the title of their new album? To help clarify things, we've got an exclusive look at one of the webisodes the group has put together for their upcoming sophomore effort, Memento Mori.
When filmmakers Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez wrote and directed The Blair Witch Project, which debuted in theaters ten years ago this past summer, they ushered in a sub-genre of filmmaking that was part reliant on the power of suggestion, part pre-reality TV, and part old-fashioned exploitation fright film.