The fourth film in this year's After Dark Horrorfest has been announced, and it's ready to inject a bit of international flavor into the proceedings.
As you guys are well aware, we've been following the progress of Paramount's "Demand It" campaign for Paranormal Activity closely, and today we got an update.
Given the success of this year's remake of Friday the 13th (it did, after all, rake in a total domestic gross of $65 million), we figured we'd be seeing a sequel at some point. And now we know exactly when Friday the 13th Part 2 -- the 13th film in the series -- will be making its box office debut.
Genre royalty Sam Raimi cares about his fans -- from gorehounds who cut their teeth on the Evil Dead franchise to Spidey loving web-heads all over the world. Now he's getting set to take his terror filled things to a bit more of a family friendly level with his latest endeavor, Spooky Pictures.
I'm no fan of Roland Emmerich. With that said, his upcoming be-all, end-all disaster epic 2012 (opening November 12th) is currently tops on my list of most anticipated movies of the latter half of this year. Every trailer hypes 2012 as this terrifying end-of-the-world disaster thriller playing off real-life fears of what may lie ahead for us all in 2012, and then you watch this clip from the film and I defy you not to laugh.
Movies based on stories by Edgar Allan Poe are nothing new. Movies about the short life of the macabre writer, however, are in shorter supply. One of Edgar Allan Poe's biggest fans is pushing to get a biopic about the famed writer into production. Because when you think Edgar Allan Poe, you think... Sylvester Stallone?
By now we've all seen the Platinum Dunes trailer for the unnecessary A Nightmare on Elm Street remake. Now everyone's favorite producer, Brad Fuller, is sounding off about the response, Freddy's look and more. Keep reading if you dare!
We got word today that production has wrapped on the UK horror film Not Alone. While we're not sure when we're going to be getting this sucker Stateside, read on for more details and pictures from this promising horror flick directed by FX artist Tristan Versluis.
Yet more horror to see in the season! AFI FEST has announced its horror programming: a number of genre films scheduled to be shown on Halloween at the Mann Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood, California.
New York Comic Con (NYCC) organizers have announced that they will hold a special "One Year Out" Bowling Party on Thursday, October 8, 2009, from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm at Bowlmor Lanes, 110 University Place, just South of Union Square in New York City.
Time to get crazy for a trailer! Over on Apple the trailer for Breck Eisner's remake of the George A. Romero classic The Crazies has just hit, and it's looking pretty good!
The saying may be "Father knows best", but in the case of Matt Reeves' upcoming Let the Right One In redux, entitled Let Me In (which happens to be the same name of the novel on which both films are based), it appears that Mother knows quite a bit as well.
On October 6th Konami's Saw The Video Game will be unleashed on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. That's right, gamers will finally be able to join in on Jigsaw's games, and in celebration of this upcoming gory event, we've got a couple of prize packages you should really sink your teeth into!
One film we've been looking forward to for months now is Ti West's House of the Devil (review here), which promises some old school mood, tension, and buildup. To help get you guys ready for the journey, the filmmakers have provided Dread Central with three exclusive new stills.
Just a reminder that our Zombieland review has been up and running for almost a month now. Being that it's hitting tomorrow, you may have forgotten we had one. If that is the case, you should be lined up for a well placed headshot!