Some news about the proposed sequel to 30 Days of Night surfaced today regarding the person who will be helming the film and whether or not star Melissa George will be back. Curious? You know you are.
We're closing in on September 29, the date when Dave Parker's modern slasher flick The Hills Run Red bows on DVD, courtesy of Warner Home Video. To get you in the mood for some Babyface inspired carnage, we've gotten our hands on several clips including a "vintage" trailer!
Anyone who's well acquainted with me knows that I have no love for possums so it is with great trepidation that I report on a film called Possum Walk. Still, I've suffered for my craft and for your enjoyment before so here goes.
We've gotten our hands on a new one-sheet and several new stills from Michael Escobedo's Dark Woods, and rather than be greedy (which is always our first instinct), we figured we'd share them with you! We're good like that!
Summit Entertainment released the final one-sheet for Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row, and though it's kind of floating headsy, it's still pretty damned cool.
The October 6th DVD/Blu-ray release day of Mike Dougherty's Trick 'r Treat just cannot get here soon enough. The Dread Central offices are abuzz with anticipation, not just because finally everyone will have a chance to dig on what is without question the best anthology since Creepshow, but also we'll finally get to see it again!
The more we see and hear about Pandorum, the more we want this movie like yesterday! The German trailer slipped online today, and to say it's a bit disturbing is an understatement. Then again everything from Germany is a bit disturbing, and we mean that in the best possible of ways!
Halo-8 Entertainment has secured the rights for award-winning director Matt Pizzolo and Emmy-winning producer Brian Giberson to create an "illustrated film" adaptation of Loaded Bible: Jesus vs. Vampires, a post-nuke horror comic book published by Image Comics and created by Tim Seeley. A 2010 theatrical release is planned for the film.
The fans have spoken, and The Final Destination won its opening weekend box office battle with Halloween II. But the real test of its mettle is how Trembles sees it, so of course it's the topic of this week's Motion Picture Purgatory.
Like lots of you, I consider The Host to be one of my favorite films from the past ten years. I still remember seeing it in theaters, unsure of what to expect, and being drawn into an amazing story with some of the best characters in recent memory (and a really cool creature, too). I'm not convinced that a sequel is necessary, but I'm the guy that would've balked at the Piranha II director making a sequel to Ridley Scott's Alien. So who knows?
While everyone knows Austin as the "Live Music Capital of the World" and for its SXSW festival, few people know this: Just down the road in San Antonio, independent film is BIG, and there are indie filmmakers everywhere putting out quality entertainment for those who know where to look. This past weekend, August 27-30, the second annual Horrific Film Fest showcased a lot of that talent and allowed some of those filmmakers to meet a few horror movie icons and learn a few things from them as well.
Greenbriar, West Virginia - In the courtroom, a man sits accused of murder. The victim's mother takes the stand and proclaims his guilt. Her only evidence can neither sit on a table nor can it take the stand. She's speaking for the deceased. In fact, her daughter's ghost told her he did it. The man protests, but to no avail. The ghost is proven right, and he spends the rest of his natural life in jail. What happens afterward is anyone's guess.
Sometimes around the Dread Central offices insomnia (or is it paranoia?) will kick in, and before you know it, we start working on crazy yet strangely amusing stuff.
And so it begins! In celebration of the release of 9 on 9/9/09, Dread Central is proud to be giving away one copy of The Book of 9 every day until the film's release ... STARTING NOW!
Perhaps at some point in your life you've spent $20 in a strip club. If so, can you spare another $20 for a woman battling breast cancer? You know you can!