Those of you waiting anxiously to find out when and where you'll FINALLY be able to see Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here) needn't wait much longer as we've just found out release plans will be announced
Halo-8 Entertainment is kicking copious amounts of ass when it comes to the innovative animation technique known as "illustrated filmmaking", and upon completion of their recently announced upcoming Loaded Bible project, they will next be producing the horror/sci-fi adventure Xombie: Reanimated created by James Farr.
It's rare that we post a five-knife review for anything at Dread Central so after reading Elaine's critique of The Monstrumologist (review here), I have to say my interest in the tale is definitely piqued. If yours is, too, then you'll want to read on for the details of a new contest we're running.
In the latest issue of Monster-Mania Magazine, a quick conversation with Heather Langenkamp reveals her new documentary I Am Nancy will be a "look back onto her last 25 years as Nancy and the role of A Nightmare on Elm Street in young people's lives."
In early August EA Games provided us a look at "Lust", the Second Circle of Hell from their upcoming Dante's Inferno video game. And now Greed, Gluttony, and Limbo are here to keep poor lonely Lust company. Synopsis:
All right, Fangbangers. We're just a few short days away from the season finale of "True Blood", and while we wait for our usual pre-show tease from the powers-that-be at HBO, this week we have something a little different. Something that promises to "corrupt" all of you -- and leave you in need of a cold shower!
Friday the 13th: Part VII: The New Blood and Friday the 13th: Part VIII: Jason Takes a Cruise .... I mean Jason Takes Manhattan are both coming out in spiffy new DVD editions next week, and we have your chance to win a copy of each!
Rob Zombie's animated feature The Haunted World of El Superbeasto is receiving a limited theatrical release starting tomorrow, and it will be officially coming home to DVD and Blu-ray on September 22nd. To celebrate, we've scored another clip for you guys, this time introducing you to the well endowed Suzie X, voiced by Sheri Moon Zombie.
Some more internationally flavored artwork has surfaced today for you good folks to chew on, this time the UK quad poster for the demonic comedy starring Megan Fox known as Jennifer's Body and the Australian one-sheet for Lars von Trier's controversial little film called Antichrist.
To survive in a world in which the dead want nothing more than to make you a box lunch, you have got to have rules to adhere to. Three new TV spots have surfaced for the upcoming horror comedy, or zomcom for you trendy folks, Zombieland that serve to teach us a few of them.
Now here's a movie after my own heart. Because aren't we overdue for a mixed martial arts movie featuring werewolves? The film-to-be is titled Growl. The very notion of a movie about a traveling pack of underground MMA fighting werewolves makes me want to cheer.
So, can the one slasher movie that, well, no one was excited for save the end of summer horror season? Could it get much worse? We give you our take on Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row.
Review Blow Out - Night of the Demons, Case 39, Triangle, Hills Run Red, It's Alive, Coffin Rock, The Descent Part II, & More!
In case you missed our stellar coverage of the 2009 Film4 Frightfest, you may have also not seen our reviews of some of the best and most anticipated new horror films coming out later in the year. We just can't let that happen.
Recently we sat down for an interview with Victor Salva regarding his entry in the upcoming anthology book Dark Delicacies III: Haunted, but we couldn't let him go without getting you guys the official word on what's happening with the long awaited Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral.
LA's biggest and scariest film festival, Screamfest LA 2009, is bringing down the curtain on their show with an other-worldly visit from outer space. No we're not talking a conglomeration of the weirdo costume people in front of Graumman's, we're talking the new Milla Jovovich flick from Universal, The Fourth Kind. Synopsis