Movies about killer dogs are nothing new. Movies about killer inbreds are nothing new either. But one and the same? The new low budget chiller Dog takes the chocolate of dogs and the peanut butter of inbreds and puts them together in one gruesomely delicious cup.
Ready to see tires flying, water spewing, and flames shooting out of your computer monitor? Well, the "Rumble" clip from David R. Ellis' upcoming The Final Destination comes about as close to bringing the flick's 3D experience home as it's going to get.
A revealing little clip from Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row surfaced online today, and it shows off one of the film's kills and even a couple of Theta's pies.
As the resident Dread Central zombie aficionado, I'm always on the lookout for the next flesh-tearing fright fest for you guys. Over the last couple of years the Nazi zombie sub-genre has become pretty hot. With director Shaun Robert Smith's The 4th Reich, it looks like it may have just reached its boiling point.
Another sliver of bad news for fans of "Werewolf". We won't be seeing it in stores as planned on October 6th from Shout! Factory. In fact, we won't be seeing it on DVD this year at all.
Director Jeremy Kasten has delivered the horror goods many times in the past, most recently with his take on The Wizard of Gore (review here), but it's his fifth film that has us really interested. It asks a very simple question ... Who are The Dead Ones?
Man, you don't hear anything for a scarily long time, and then BOOM! Wolfman-a-mania! Not that we're complaining of course; in fact we couldn't be happier! To go along with yesterday's Wolfman stills and today's Wolfman trailer, we've gotten another batch of stills for you to howl over!
One project we've had our eyes on for a while now is the "zero budget" UK indie film Patrol Men. We got the teaser trailer back in May, but things have been quiet ever since. Well, that silence was broken today as David Campion (co-director with Ben Simpson) sent us the news that the full trailer has officially launched!
Here around the Dread Central offices we're always on the lookout for interesting short and/or indie projects so we were more than a little intrigued by the note in our inbox from Steve Daniels touting his Southern Lovecraftian film "Dirt Dauber". Check out the trailer he provided, and see if you agree with us that it seems to hold more than a little promise.
As promised, the trailer for Universal's The Wolfman redux launched today, and we've got it for you in all its hairy goodness!
Am I the only one shocked that The Asylum is not getting in on the Twilight bandwagon with a mockbuster? It seems like a no-brainer; yet, here we sit, mockbuster-less. Someone has to pick up the Asylum's slack, and that's where Tempe Video's Splatter Rampage label and writer-director Chris Seaver come in with their horror parody Taintlight.
Torchwood Magazine, the tie-in publication for the popular "Dr. Who" spin-off series, has announced that award-winning British comic book creator Nick Abadzis will be penning the series’ comic strip in its latest edition. Nick (Laika, Hugo Tate) will team up with artist and fellow Brit Paul Grist (Kane, Jack Staff) to deliver Part 3 of Broken, a story that finds the "Torchwood" crew trapped in a haunted hotel.
We don't often hear much news around these parts about horror movies from Finland, but then we don't usually get movies based on Finnish mythology about pissed-off killer bear spirits. Such a movie, Carcass, is in pre-production in Finland.
The following story is not exactly horror related, but it is kind of funny. Unless you're a huge fan of Edgar Rice Burroughs' "John Carter of Mars" series, in which case this story might horrify you. Those of you who fall into that category have long been waiting for John Carter to finally become a motion picture, and many of you are equally awaiting the big budget blockbuster coming in 2012. But first The Asylum has a mockbuster three years ahead of schedule.
With the titles of the Ghosthouse Underground label filling up the majority of their October horror DVD slate, November brings us Lionsgate's sloppy seconds. I mean, a horror movie getting dumped onto DVD a week or two after Halloween strikes me as an afterthought on the distributor's part. Lionsgate has three such chillers getting the post-Halloween DVD mistreatment.