Who you gonna call? The Ghostbusters are back in Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the PSP, featuring the voices and in-game likenesses of Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, and Ernie Hudson in an original story penned by the writers of the original films, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis.
VIZ Media has announced the debut of Naoki Urasawa's animated series Monster on Syfy beginning on October 12th as part of the latest season of the network’s "Ani-Monday" programming block. Monster is based on the critically acclaimed manga series by Urasawa that is published in North America by VIZ Media.
From October 12-22, the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents Scary Movies 3, a frightening festival of 18 unforgettable horror films, spanning the range of new, classic, and previously unheralded. The series is a rare chance to meet some of the genre’s most important voices, check out lesser-known works by titanic talents, and get an advance look at some of the most talked-about scary movies of the season.
It's Week Three of Dread Central's ongoing exclusive coverage of Drew Daywalt's new web series "Camera Obscura", and we've saved some of the best for last, including a sneak peek of the first 30 seconds of the premiere episode.
I confess to never having watched MTV's coming-of-age reality series My Super Sweet 16, but a two-hour horror film based on the franchise in which silly teens are sliced and diced? Sign me up!
Not that there was much doubt due to the mass appeal of Woody Harrelson and comedies in general (even those of the splatterific variety), but we're happy to report that Zombieland (review here) grossed an estimated $25 million this weekend, landing it in the No. 1 spot for box office receipts.
The little film that we have been raving about for over two years, Paranormal Activity, has been throwing Hollywood for a complete loop these last couple of weeks, and we couldn't be happier for all parties involved. In fact, the film is doing so well that in response to all of your DEMAND IT feedback, Paramount is opening the film even wider and in regular all-day rotation.
A source close to the pre-production goings-on of Zebediah de Soto's Night of the Living Dead: Origins called in with some exclusive updated casting news that makes the 3D "American anime" sound better and better all the time. Mos Def is confirmed as Ben, and four more parts are in the final stages of negotiation.
New Moon, the second installment in The Twilight Saga, looks to be putting its bloodsuckers on the back-burner and focusing on the wolf pack, which should bode well for expanding its fanbase to those who prefer lycans over vamps. And if the newly released photo of Tinsel Korey as Emily Young, who is like "a second mother to the pack", is any indication, those wolves have some pretty nasty claws!
You'd think by now we would have heard about more cast members being attached to Nimrod Antal's Predators reboot than just Danny Trejo, but the filmmakers have been taking their sweet time in that regard. As a sign that maybe things are about to speed up a bit, we are able add one additional name to the list: Walton Goggins, better known as Detective Shane Vendrell of the acclaimed FX TV series "The Shield".
Every once in a while the stars align and good things happen to this genre we all call our own -- and to the people who make the movies we love. Case in point: Every single screening of Paranormal Activity sold out last night, and the film is looking to rake in $500,000 for the weekend. Hearty congrats to filmmaker Oren Peli and to Paramount, which has executed a textbook successful marketing campaign for the film.
Dread Central (in this case scribes Heather Wixson and yours truly, Sean D.) hit the red carpet for the Chiller-Eyegore Awards and opening night of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Hollywood, CA, and brought back some ocular candy, including video interviews, from the rather boisterous festivities that you can see below.
Well, this week is about to end with a bang. Yahoo! Movies has just exclusively debuted the new theatrical trailer for Saw VI. As they say, Halloween means costumed kids at your front door and Jigsaw terrifying everyone at a theatre near you!
If you thought the first trailer for Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island held promise of a taut, spooky thriller, then you ain't seen nothing yet! Wait until you get a look at Trailer No. 2, which debuted today on Apple.
This weekend sees two showings of the better than it should have been Wrong Turn 2 on Syfy as part of the channel's "31 Days of Halloween" programming. You can catch it Saturday, 10/03/09 at 9PM ET/6PM PT and again on Sunday, 10/04/09 at 5PM ET/2PM PT. Normally we wouldn't report on a film being shown on TV -- after all, that happens every day -- but this one has an added bonus. Read on for more details.