In the slasher subgenre lots of things have been tackled, including every major holiday and rite of passage. Halloween, Prom Night, Mother's Day, you name it. Yet, according to Declan O'Brien, the one night of the year that hasn't been tapped is Homecoming, and that's exactly what he plans on tackling with his latest feature, You Are Next.
This scribe hit the black carpet of Rachel Belofsky’s 2009 Screamfest in Hollywood, CA, last night for a screening of Declan O’Brien’s Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (review here), and to interview the director. The flick streets to DVD today via 20th Century Fox. Watch the interview for O’Brien’s take on his film, as well as word on his upcoming genre opus You Are Next.
HBO, in collaboration with Udi Behr, Chief Designer for Love Peace and Hope, has created a new line of jewelry around the network’s hit series "True Blood". Inspired by the dark and sexy nature of the vampires in the television series, the collection includes bracelets, leather cuffs, necklaces, rings, and earrings in an edgy fusion of sterling silver, polished steel, and crimson rubies – many of which feature a patented fang-like clasp.
We told you about Larry Fessenden's latest production for Glass Eye Pix, James Felix McKenney's Hypothermia, a couple of weeks ago, but other than a quick teaser trailer, there really wasn't a whole lot of info available. Today, however, a little bit more light was shed on things in the form of a synopsis.
Around these parts we consider ourselves very fortunate to have Rick Trembles providing us with his own unique spin on films both mainstream and well outside the Hollywood system. Case in point? This week's MPP installment: the Belgian flick Amer, which was directed by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani.
We haven't been especially excited about the 30 Days of Night DTV sequel, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, but now that some casting news is trickling out, we admit to being at least a bit more curious. Read on for more details.
The horror genre might be a better place because of the writer's strike a few years back. After all, if it hadn't been for the strike, Fewdio Productions may never have started and the world of independent horror would be an entirely different landscape. Originally founded by Drew Daywalt, David Schneider, John Crye, Kirk Woller, and Paul Hungerford, the group decided that just because all of them were facing a strike that would keep them from working, it didn't mean they were ready for a vacation just yet.
Wow. The shit really hit the fan on this week's "Dexter". Ready for a quick look at what's in store for everyone's favorite serial killing family man next Sunday? Not to worry! We've got you and your dark passenger covered!
Vinnie Jones has done a lot of ass kicking in his film career. Usually it's other people who are at the receiving end of his huge boot, but this time it's the vampires who find themselves on the short end of the stick!
One of the coolest things about Ti West's The House of the Devil (review here) has been the barrage of badass mock-vintage posters that have appeared over the last few months. There have been six in total, including the one we're about to show you. The House of the Devil is a satanic thriller set in the 1980's starring Jocelin Donahue, indie ingénue Greta Gerwig, Tom Noonan, Mary Woronov, AJ Bowen, and Dee Wallace-Stone. Synopsis
This is the first we've ever heard of something like this ... a 100% free clip from a yet-to-be-released film being offered for download on iTunes. But, of course, when said movie is The Twilight Saga: New Moon, nothing comes as a surprise anymore!
The artwork for the December release of the ever-so-badass District 9 finally surfaced today to go along with the DVD and Blu-ray specs announced earlier, and we've got a look at the goods for ya!
Another day of shooting on Never Sleep Again is under way, and Dread Central is continuing our coverage of the documentary's Twitter feed. Come on in to find out who else has been on the hot seat!
Poor Amanda Seyfried. Not only does she have to play second fiddle to the undeniably inferior (acting-wise) Megan Fox in Jennifer's Body, but the new UK quad poster for the flick shows her in the most unflattering light possible. Something tells me, however, that the "Big Love" star will rebound just fine. Ms. Fox and Ms. Cody, on the other hand...
Fresh out of Zombieland, star Jesse Eisenberg has another frightening destination coming up that fans may want to pay a visit to. A little place called Camp Hope.