What's this? What's this? The streets are lined with little creatures laughing! Everybody seems so happy! Have I possibly gone daffy? What is this? What's this? Get ready to take a peek at the new line of Nightmare Before Christmas collectibles!
With the new Friday the 13th film just around the corner, what could be a better time to unveil a new Jason figure than the NYCC, which was held just a week prior to the film's opening? To further sweeten the pot, we'll throw in a look at the new Leatherface figure, too. Whatcha waiting for? Look in here!
The show may be over, but that just gives us some time to start getting up the boatload of pictures we have for ya! Speaking of boatloads, Terminator fans will have lots to smile about as we have a look at three different sets of collectibles from three different companies!
Director Alicia Conway didn’t always love movies. In fact, growing up most of her interests revolved around the worlds of art, photography, and psychology. It wasn’t until later that Conway realized that the medium of film allowed her to incorporate all the things she loved into one art form. From there, she was hooked.
Everything that I have ever done in my life has led me up to writing the above headline. Seriously. This is my finest moment. With that I hereby resign from Dread Central as I am now complete. Of course I'm kidding but still!
It was weird enough that someone out there took the time to re-write Jane Austen’s classic novel to make it into Pride & Prejudice & Zombies; now it’s being looked at as a film, too? Wonders never cease.
I’ve heard of indies trying to drum up funds from the Internet contingent of horror fans before, but this is the first time I’ve seen an established director try out this new business model.
Now that "The Shield" has finished up its run on FX, star Michael Chiklis is spreading his wings and entering the graphic novel realm. Chiklis’ company, Extravaganza Productions, has signed a deal with IDW Publishing to develop a graphic novel series, Olympus, based on an original idea by Anny Simon Beck (a Los Angeles writer and director).
Paramount just released a new viral website that you can use to kill your friends! Or at least pretend you’ve sent Jason after them which, depending on your friend, could have the same effect...
The first details for Dead Rising 2 have finally come to light via IGN today, and while there’s not a helluva lot to report, it’s just cool to know it’s in active development.
We’ve got no details whatsoever on this (yet), but according to the official site for First Look Home Entertainment, they’ll be putting both a Steelbook and Blu-ray edition of Neil Marshall’s freshman film, Dog Soldiers, on DVD soon!
A lot of good stuff hits this Tuesday, February 10th, including two anthology shows, two Bruce Campbell movies, two Lodgers, a high-def Darko, psychic killers and a big Blu Doom! Check out the full list below...
Let me get this straight: the people responsible for Zombie Nightmare made a slasher spoof about a basketball team getting slaughtered by a psycho with the head of a Madball and somehow this has been allowed to sit on a shelf for almost 15 years?
This Tuesday will see the release of Dorothy Mills, a movie we’ve been hearing bits and pieces about for a while now. It follows a psychiatrist who is sent to a small village to try and help the titular teenager, who has been accused of trying to strangle a baby. When she gets there she finds out that there’s a lot more to Dorothy Mills than anyone believes.
I’ve never seen a single episode of “Supernatural”, so excuse my ignorance; I do know that it’s about two brothers traversing the country in a cool car, fighting all sorts of evil. TV Guide has now learned that it may soon be three brothers against evil, however.