Dread Central, in conjunction with Total Assault, has lined up a special contest for fans of the band Hollywood Undead to commemorate the release of their two-disc CD/DVD Desperate Measures.
As fans of the series are well aware, in next week's episode of Supernatural we get to see Dean as he might look as an old man. And for those of us who just can't wait until Thursday, the 30th, The CW has graced us with a clip from "The Curious Case of Dean Winchester."
Now here's a church I wouldn't mind being a member of: metalcore band Atreyu's Congregation of the Damned. And to celebrate next week's release of their album of that name, Atreyu has created the very cool Flash game Metal Head Zombies. Read on for more.
This scribe hit the black carpet of Screamfest LA’s premiere of Tyler Oliver’s flick Forget Me Not last night in Hollywood, CA, and interviewed beau of Rumer (Sorority Row) Willis and actor Michah Alberti regarding his role in the same.
As a Halloween gift for Los Angeles horror fans, Adam Green's Hatchet will be shown at the Fairfax Silent Movie Theater as part of the Cinemfamily SLASHERPALOOZA night on Thursday, October 29th, at 8pm. The film will screen on a glorious 35mm print saved over from its 2007 theatrical run.
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!
We got some good news to end this somewhat up-and-down week: Jeffrey Combs' one-man stage show Nevermore (event report here) has been extended for one last time in Los Angeles at the Steve Allen Theater.
Not to be confused with the Platinum Dunes crapfest of nearly the same title, the highly acclaimed Aussie fright fest The Horseman (review here) is hitting UK cinemas on October 30th, 2009, and we've got a look at the international trailer for you.
Not since Fire in the Sky have we been so disturbed by a single clip involving alien abductions. Strap in, folks, and clench your butt cheeks together as tightly as you can lest you be probed!
The story of Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever is a strange one indeed. According to director Ti West Lionsgate seized control of the sequel and recut the film without his approval. West was going for a John Waters feel or Todd Solondz style (which I assume means lots of perverse sex and disgusting bodily fluids), but the studio had other ideas.
Could it be? Could it really be? After the abysmal Saw V it seems that the sixth entry into this once flailing franchise gets things back in order and back on the fast track to Thrillsville! Stranger things have happened!
Three Fingers. Three Movies. Three Winners. To celebrate this week's release of Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead we are giving away three Wrong Turn Blu-ray prize packs for the next three weeks ... Welcome to the final week ... or ... the third finger!
Torso, by Brian Michael Bendis, is one of the best graphic novels out there. A gritty and gripping hunt for a serial killer, its attention to detail is staggering, and its pace is better than most bestsellers. To say it'd make a great movie is a no-brainer, which is why I'm surprised that it's taken so damn long to get made!
Halloween weekend is fast approaching. Pumpkins? Check! Costume? Check! New Saw film? Check! Rob Zombie's Halloween II? Ch... What the hell?
The good folks that gave us Wicked Lake (review) have returned with a follow-up. Satanic horror flick The Devil’s Hostage is on the way, and the official site is now up and running. Read on for more devious details!