Just a week or so after giving you guys an exclusive interview with director Oren Peli (read it here), we now bring you the stars of the phenomenon known as Paranormal Activity (review here): Katie Featherston and Micah Sloat!
Have you been invited to a Halloween party and are expected to bring some food to the gathering? Are you at a loss for ideas? Well then, you'll want to check out the "Meat Hand" treat a reader sent our way!
It's been a good year since we've heard anything from the team behind the indie apocalyptic thriller known as Able. But today we got an email from co-writers Will Stotler and Marc Robert (who also directed) with an update and a couple of new clips.
One movie bound to make some noise at this year's AFM is John (Zyzzyx Rd) Penney's new supernatural thriller starring Cary Elwes, Shadows. In order to gear up for the event, Darclight Films has dropped a few images online!
It’s hard to surprise people when putting together a list of the best slasher movies and, in the interest of doing so, I thought I’d exclude all the genre mainstays from the list. This list doesn’t necessarily represent the “ten best”, but rather some of the slasher subgenre’s more ‘overlooked’ offerings.
What is more frightening: the monster you can see, or the one you can't? Is it more frightening to see the beast, or to hear its breath as it rasps behind you, waiting to drag your soul to hell? Sit down in your favorite chair and hearken back to yesteryear.
So what are you guys doing for Halloween? If you're in Dallas, I suggest you swing by the Granado Yard Haunt, where I'll be helping entertain the masses.
This scribe and my bowling team - Dread Central’s ‘The Horror Starlets’ comprised of Carlee (Wicked Lake, the upcoming Alluvial) Baker, Heather (The Poughkeepsie Tapes, Alluvial) Snell, Brooke (iMurders) Lewis, and Tracy (Dark Woods) Coogan - took part in Tuesday night’s fifth annual non-profit Bowling for Boobies Los Angeles breast cancer event, and we wish to thank those in the horror community who so generously donated to this wonderful cause (see the list below).
Michael Weldon of "Psychotronic Magazine" praised this movie's awfulness to me almost 30 years ago, and I only caught up with it this week.
And a name change has officially occurred for the latest Eliza Dushku movie. The film formerly known as Valediction has changed its title to The New Flick with the Tough Chick Who's Not the Best Actress in the World In It. Kidding; we love Eliza. The film is now known as Locked In, and it's gotten itself a brand-spanking new trailer to go along with the snazzy new moniker.
We all love monster movies. Something about a cool-ass beast feasting upon the innocent or just plain unlucky really gets the blood pumping. Oh wait ... did I say Feast? Wait until you guys see this!
Horror comes in many forms: films, novels, music, video games ... even art. Here at Dread Central we do our best to keep you informed about all of them, and for those of you in and around New York City, you have a chance to experience Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni's solo exhibition of acrylic paintings entitled Untraceable Spaces.
Just as we suspected upon first learning that ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction had been acquired by After Dark Films, it was confirmed today that the "political zombedy" is the fifth film scheduled for Horrorfest 4, After Dark's one-week nationwide film festival (aka 8 Films to Die For) that's running from January 29nd to February 4th in 2010.
Just the other day we got ahold of the artwork and specs for the December 29th DVD and Blu-ray release of District 9 (see them here). But one item was missing from the story: The Blu-ray will include a playable demo of the PlayStation 3 game God of War III, which comes out in 2010.
Anthony Zuiker's Level 26: Dark Origins (review here) debuted this past September and represented the first true integration of a novel with a companion web series. And now, with the release of the Level 26 iPhone app and desktop movie through iTunes, we have an actual marriage of text and video in one seamless experience.