I'm increasingly coming to the conclusion that The Wrestler was a pack of lies. Judging by the number of low budget horror movies starring pro wrestlers past their prime instead of being washed up and struggling to make ends meet, Randy the Ram would have been starring in a movie like The Legacy in place of Al Snow. From playing a crazy wrestler that came to the ring with a severed head to playing a crazy killer more likely to sever heads. A natural progression, I think.
It was No. 1 at the box office last weekend and has been the topic of more discussion among horror fans than just about any other film in recent years. So of course Rick Trembles had to add his $.02 about the phenomenon known as Paranormal Activity.
You may not be familiar with Babelgum just yet, but that should change as Dread Central teams up with the integrated web and mobile video content platform to provide live streaming content Halloween night both along the annual Weho Parade route and at the Art of Elysium fundraiser at the W Hotel in Westwood.
DVD and Blu-ray feature producer Charles de Lauzirika is ready to leave the realm of supplemental material behind and instead hop directly into the director's chair for the upcoming film Crave, which has already attracted a couple of solid names including Hellboy himself.
Ah, Twitter. You've changed just about everything, haven't you? You and your little bird. I never thought I'd ever partake in something known as "tweeting", but yes, I too am addicted! Now members of the online mini-blogging service will have a chance to talk with director Ti West about his latest film The House of the Devil (review here).
Just in time for Halloween we're giving away a double pack of terror on Blu-ray for some soon to be very lucky readers out there! Need your copy of Trick 'r Treat and Orphan on Blu-ray? We've got your hook-up!
Where do horror movie slashers head for a higher education? Just in time for Halloween, G4’s welcomes you to "Slasher School" – the only place the murderous, undead, and possessed can go to learn the fine art of the flashy kill.
Nightfall Pictures’ award-winning sci-fi/horror film Plaguers, which features demons, aliens, and chicks in space, will make its debut on DVD from Image Entertainment on December 8th, 2009. Yep. We know what we'll be doing that day!
If there's one person in the horror industry who doesn't have a thing left to prove, it's Robert Englund. He's conquered live theater, been successful in both film and television for over the last 30 years, worked as a film producer and director, and he's now a published author.
Two genre flicks, Live! and Vampire Killers, are due on DVD this December courtesy of Vivendi Entertainment and the Weinstein Company. Read on for more info and trailers.
I'm a lifelong fan of Jaume Collet-Serra thanks to this summer's Orphan, so sign me up for this sucker already. Apparently January Jones and Diane Kruger feel the same way.
County Road K is an upcoming home invasion flick from first-time director Philip Gelatt. While we don't know much about it at this point, keep reading for the earliest details.
20th Century Fox must be under the impression that someone out there liked last summer's Mirrors, since they're making good on their threat to give us another one. And it seems that Nick Stahl will be picking up where Kiefer Sutherland left off, although I doubt he'll be pulling guns on nuns or fist-fighting demons.
Well, we knew it wouldn't be long before this flick hit home video! Arriving on DVD January 19 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment is Joel Schumacher's long-delayed and recently dumped into theatres, Blood Creek (review here).
Dread Central hit the Los Angeles premiere of Ti West’s Cabin Fever 2 last week at Screamfest LA, and chatted with the film’s star Noah Segan, who riffed on the evolution of horror cinema, his thoughts on the controversy regarding the re-cut Cabin Fever 2 and his approach to his role in the Marcel Sarmiento/Gadi Harel co-directed Deadgirl.