We here at Dread Central know that the Living Dead Dolls aren’t for everyone, but there are a lot of you out there, a lot, who keep collecting them every time a new series is launched, so with Christmas so damn close we wanted to encourage your spending habits with Series 17.
Could this be the next splatter masterpiece to find its way out of Japan? Maybe we won’t go that far, but Samurai Zombie certainly looks like it’s got a hell of a lot going for it, not the least of which being that is was directed by Versus star and all around badass Tak Sakaguchi.
Maybe it’s just me, but the more I see from David Goyer’s upcoming horror entry The Unborn, the more cheesy it seems. Example; did you know the unborn baby who is trying to break into our world is named Jumby? What the hell is that?
Looks like someone’s taking McFarlane’s idea of taking original poster art and 3D-izing it but making it that much cooler. Don’t get me wrong, a 3D Jaws poster is pretty badass, but wouldn’t you rather have something a bit ... bigger?
There’s not a helluva lot more to report, but IMP Awards got their hands on the poster for Lake Mungo, the Australian film about a family mourning the loss of their 16-year-old daughter. Strange events start happening after her burial that force the family to take a hard look at what their little girl was into before she died.
Variety reports that there are two front-runners for the Oscar nod this year, and one of them is not a teen musical that most likely makes you twitch uncontrollably at this point.
Imagine that your life is going along fine and smooth. Then you find out a lot of your perceived luck is actually the magical interference of your wife, who is a witch. You confront her, she agrees to stop ... and all hell breaks loose.
The guys currently hunkering down and rationing water over at Quiet Earth took time out of their busy schedules of watching the skies for aliens to throw out the poster and official synopsis for The Homecoming, the directorial debut of The Orphanage screenwriter Sergio G. Sanchez.
We just received word from the guys over at Bad Taste that they've posted the first trailer for Platinum Dunes’ The Horsemen! The site is in Italian so the trailer likely is as well (I can’t watch it to verify where I am), but at least we’re finally seeing more movement on this!
With Christmas right around the corner, it's only fitting that we spread a little holiday fear! Adam Green's short film Fairy Tale Police is now available on Xbox Live so get to downloading and laughing!
Not to be confused with Eden Log, which is a completely different kind of film, we just got our hands on an exclusive clip from Eden Lake, which Dimension Extreme is putting on DVD on January 6th, 2009!
Magnet Releasing will be getting the French thriller Eden Log in theaters sometime next year through the Six Shooter Film series, and to show off what we’re in for IGN got their hands on the first trailer for the film, which you can now check out below.
The long-gestating adaptation of the Tokyo Pop comic Priest is finally seeing some movement this morning. THR reports that Orphanage co-founder Scott Charles Stewart will be taking the reigns on Priest, with the backing of Screen Gems.
Gold Circle Films has tapped the writing/directing duo behind Deadgirl (review) to update the Danish thriller Murk (Mørke) according to THR. Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel will both write and direct the Murk update, which sounds like it’ll be another polarizing film for the team.
Top Cow sent us word of their new series (which we've been teasing at conventions for those who were paying attention) titled Impaler, the first issue of which hits comic stores Wednesday, Dec. 17. Impaler is a vicious horror tale that takes what you know about Dracula and turns it on its ear. What if humanity's only savior from a horde of voracious vampires is none other than Vlad the Impaler himself?