It's been a while since we've mentioned Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated, but it looks like that's about to change if the message we got from the project's Facebook group is any indication. There is a LOT going on with it!
If you've ever been to Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival, then you know that Mitch Davis is a legend. As Co-Director of both the festival and International Programming, he can usually be found howling into a microphone as he introduces his favorite films to the adoring audience.
District 9 is sitting pretty at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes right now, which of course means that Rick Trembles has to chime in with his $.02 on the film. After you've seen what Trembles came up with, read Nomad's review also.
Fresh off the success of his novel Cane River: A Ghost Story, our own resident spooky guy, Scott A. Johnson, unleashes his latest, City of Demons, on the world. Set in Houston, the book is a blood-soaked tale of a cop tracking a serial killer.
A couple of updates came through via Twitter today that we thought we'd pass along.
Hey, horror fiends, here's the first installment of a new series of production video blogs from the horror/thriller Breath of Hate brought to you by Dread Central's own Horror Chick, Heather Wixson.
As part of gearing up for their fall/winter seasons (where did this year go?), Warner Bros. sent along a couple of new stills for their upcoming film Whiteout starring Kate Beckinsale. Of course, we'll share them with you guys because, well, because you all look so sexy when you shiver.
A couple of months ago we posted an excerpt from an interview with "True Blood"'s Evan Rachel Wood in which she mentioned that her character, Sophie-Anne, would be interacting with "Hadley", Sookie (Anna Paquin)'s cousin who had yet to be cast. Today we found out who would be playing said Hadley.
This Friday, August 14, will see the release of the second official trailer for Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: New Moon, but they know fans of the series can barely contain themselves so the powers-that-be unleashed a full 14-second teaser for the trailer. Now that's what I call giving!
The dead are back in Romero's follow-up to Diary of the Dead, which is now FINALLY known as Survival of the Dead, and lucky fans in Austin, Texas will get to see it first here in the States as part of Fantastic Fest '09!
It's been a few months since last we told you about Death Ray Film's upcoming film I, Frankenstein directed by Patrick Tatopoulos which features classic monster characters, including Frankenstein's Monster, the Invisible Man, Dracula and the Hunchback of Notre Dame, running rampant in a contemporary film noir setting.
Screen Gems has finally set a date for the Michael Cunningham (The Hours) written film Beautiful Girl. Just don't expect to be turned on by her anytime soon.
You know it's a weird week for DVD releases when the cream of the crop includes a couple of Blu-ray reissues, Fifties throwback horror/sci-fi hybrid Alien Trespass (read Creepy's review here), and Bigfoot-inspired The Wild Man of the Navidad, which garnered one of the higher ratings Foy's doled out in quite some time (review here).
We’ve just finished uploading all of our Mezco images to the massive San Diego Comic-Con gallery (OVER 800 PICS IN THERE!!), so we thought it would be a good time to catch up with Damien Glonek and find out what horrors they’ll be dishing out in the near future.
The DVD and the Blu-ray specs are finally in for Chris Nahon's Blood: The Last Vampire (review here) and we've got the lowdown on what you can expect when the film drops on October 20th.