David Twohy's A Perfect Getaway is just around the corner, and to offer you some inspiration as to why you should be planning your own perfect getaway, we've got two new clips for you to stew on to go along with the other three from last week!
Now this is an idea with potential. It seems like every paranormal investigator in the world has his own show now, and you can always tell when something has lingered in the public consciousness for too long when it gets its own parody. That's exactly what's happening with ParaAbnormal, a comedy web series about a group of intrepid ghost hunters.
Now that Paul Bettany is making the rounds to promote his upcoming dark action flick Legion, he’s finally ready to set his sights on his next film, Priest. Priest reunites the actor with director Scott Stewart, who also helmed Legion. He was on hand at Comic-Con to discuss his latest jump into the action film genre.
Kevin Wiliamson has gotten his priorities straight in terms of the new Scream films in relation to the rest of the stuff that he has going on in his busy, busy career.
I for one really liked the original title of The Vampire's Assistant, which was Cirque du Freak, but I guess we Americans need things all nice and easy ... and in English ... before we accept them. In any event, the first teaser poster for the film landed online today, and we have a look at it for you.
It may be on the fringe of horror, but we're still throwing our support behind Gamer. With Neveldine/Taylor, Gerard Butler, and Michael C. Hall all involved, how can we not?
Where Rick Trembles' Motion Picture Purgatory is concerned, there are times when it is best just to let his drawings speak for themselves. This week's installment, Graphic Sexual Horror, is one such instance.
Taking a break from his MySpace blog, the latest news from Rob Zombie's Halloween II camp came down via the flick's Facebook page. For a change it didn't include a photo but rather details on how 25 lucky fans can win an H2 keychain.
One project we haven't heard a whole hell of a lot about lately is Fruit Chan’s English-language debut, the remake of Hideo Nakata’s Don’t Look Up. Things seem to be moving along nicely though because a still has surfaced that dishes out the violence by the eye-full!
It's definitely true that good things come to those who wait. We were just getting ready to post the news that indie anthology Edges of Darkness had been confirmed for a September 22nd DVD release from Anchor Bay when the cover art popped into our mailbox.
Ah, yes! Slowly but surely everything is making the jump to pure 1080p goodness. Case in point ... this October Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is diving into its back catalog to deliver some Blu-ray chills just in time for Halloween.
One remake we're actually looking forward to is Sorority Row, which promises to be absolutely "brutal" according to Rumer Willis, and today we got ahold of nine new stills that, while they don't show a lot of carnage, do provide a good look at the five lovely co-stars.
Zack Snyder is set to reunite with one of his Watchmen sirens, proving that even a troubled superhero can feel the wrath of a good old fashioned Sucker Punch.
Family curses, haunted houses, winter, small towns – Pennsylvania-based horror writer Joe Schreiber seems to be on course to be a contender for Northern Gothic Author of the Year. I was first introduced to Schreiber’s VERY creepy work when his first novel, Chasing the Dead, was published in 2007.
While at Comic-Con, Dread Central had a chance to catch up with actor Paul Bettany (A Knight’s Tale, The DaVinci Code) to find out more about his upcoming film Legion, in which he plays Michael, the archangel. However, this time Michael is packing a little more than God as a weapon.