Words escape me. Wait. No they don't. After the cinematic abortion known as Day of the Dead 2: Contagium (review here), I thought, nay, I prayed that the hacks over at Taurus "Entertainment"(!), James Glenn Dudelson, Ana Clavell and company, would have the common decency to leave poor Day of the Dead alone.
Day four was known to all on set as "Strip Club Day." The cast and crew headed over to The Classy Lady for this particular day which meant there would be some half-naked girls on set. And while we can't show ya nudity (hey, we have standards we have to live by too sometimes!), we do have some good stuff in here including interviews with Ted Prior and some one-on-one time with Jason Mewes.
Guys. This looks REALLY cool!!! Seems like the Brits have taken matters into their own hands and are getting zombie fans involved in what looks like some serious fun in the English countryside. Are you ready for Antony Lane's Invasion of the Not-Quite Dead?
A second clip from John Harrison's adaptation of Clive Barker's Book of Blood (review here) has slithered our way, and we're sharing it with you, well ... because we love you and you have a really wondrous singing voice. Really. You do.
Today, August 26, 2009, is the day that I write about what will no doubt be the pinnacle of 21st century nature gone amok filmmaking. Here I thought the flying piranhas of James Cameron's Piranha 2: The Spawning were the zenith of what could be done with piranha hybrids. I was wrong. For what creature is more vicious than a piranha? A Chihuahua, obviously. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Chihuanhas are coming!
Just a couple of short days ago Rob Zombie and Sheri Moon Zombie showed up at Planet Hollywood in New York City to donate one of Michael's favorite killing implements -- a screen used giant ass butcher's knife.
And the Zombieland goodies keep right on coming as the new International trailer for the flick has just seen the light of dawn. Oh, happy day!
And the cast ... or should I say victims ... for Darren Bousman's remake of the Eighties classic, Mother's Day continues to shape up nicely as a familiar Saw face joins another pretty one!
On a cold night in Georgia, a dilapidated shack stood, paper thin, almost rocking faintly with every gust of wind amid a rolling field and set against a thick row of trees. In the distance came a low rumble and through the night sky cut a search light, hitting the ground with frantic purpose.
Can you smell it? It's in the air. We're quickly approaching the September 18th release of Megan Fox devilish new flick, Jennifer's Body. To celebrate the film coming on fast and furious Fox released a brand new behind-the-scenes video. Synopsis
Where has this year gone? It seems like just yesterday we were first telling you about Declan O'Brien's entry into the Wrong Turn franchise, Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead and now its October 20th release is nipping at our heels!
One movie we've been long looking forward to here at Dread Central is Ti West's The House of the Devil (review here and with good reason ... it looks pretty badass. Now to go along with the flick an equally as badass looking one-sheet has debuted online.
Dread just got back from the world premiere of Rob Zombie's Halloween II (held last night at Mann's Chinese in Hollywood, Ca) as well as the ensuing after-party which took place at Mood on Hollywood Boulevard, and while it really wasn't much of a work night for this scribe, I figured I’d be remiss if I didn't provide at least a bit of ocular coverage.
Before we take the plunge into the mouse trap like terrors of The Final Destination, Dread Central caught up with Producer Craig Perry to talk about evisceration, the syphilitic nature of H2, Motel Hell, the torture that is the "It's a Small World" ride and the answer to the most important question....is this the FINAL final Destination? Tune in and find out!
It's no mystery that Robert Rodriguez loves the kid stuff with three Spy Kids films under his belt as well as Shark Boy and Lava Girl, which are in stark contrast to films like From Dusk Till Dawn and The Faculty! No matter how child friendly the film, Rodriguez always packs in the monsters as if each were a love letter to Ray Harryhausen himself. Now comes Shorts, packed with all manor of beasties including children turned insects and a booger monster ready to devour you whole. Will this movie warp your child's fragile mind? Jump in to find out...