Zombie walks are underway across the nation - though these hordes of undead are shambling their way towards free advance screenings of the upcoming Zombieland.
And the name game continues for Aaron Guzikowski and his project Prisoners. Lots of names have been attached to it over the last few months such as Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, and director Bryan Singer, but all have come and gone. Luckily it looks like a director has finally been nailed down.
This week sees a couple of re-releases on Blu-Ray (Snakes on a Plane and 2003's Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake), a few unknowns (Bloodwine, Farmhouse, Flesh, TX, and Nightmare), "real life" compilations Haunted Histories and Paranormal State: Demonic Investigations, and lots more; but the star of show is without a doubt The Hills Run Red.
Now here's a film I bet few of you have seen: A Forked World. Once again, leave it to Trembles to expose us to something new and different!
Summit Entertainment has released outdoor banner art for the three main character groups in The Twilight Saga: New Moon, and of course we've got a look at all of them for you!
Lionsgate has unleashed a brand new website in celebration of Jigsaw's latest misadventures in Trapland that's host to some new content, and you can bet there will be a lot more in the coming weeks.
One film causing one hell of a stir on the festival circuit is a bizarre little experience known as >The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here). Why, you ask? Shit, man, isn't the title alone enough to get you wondering? You still need more?!? Well then! How about a clip? The Human Centipede (First Sequence) Synopsis:
With Season Four of "Dexter" now under way after premiering last Sunday, Showtime has released two clips from the next episode entitled "Remains to be Seen". Yes, watching them is technically like getting a spoiler so do so at your own risk!
Starting next week, Dread Central will be bringing our readers lots of goodies for the upcoming web series Fear Clinic, directed by Robert Hall. Before we dive into Fear Clinic though, Heather Wixson thought it would be interesting to sit down and talk with Hall about his effects company, Almost Human, and just how he got started creating gore for both the big and little screens alike.
The Horror Chick Heather Wixson took a brief vacation so there was a delay in all of her Breath of Hate goodies. But fear not; she's back, and we've got Day Eight right here for you!
Remember that cruel April Fool's Day joke from last April? You know, the one about a director's cut of Mimic coming to DVD? Bingo. I'll never forget the confusion shown by Andrew Kasch when it seemed to be a prank, as he said he watched as people worked on it. Relax Andrew ... your sanity is saved. It's coming all right, along with Cronos, courtesy of Criterion.
Stephen King has had a long and rocky road on the big and small screens. The sad truth is his work just may be a little too complex for adaptation. That certainly hasn't stopped anyone from trying though. Enter E1 Entertainment and its newest hour-long TV project, Stephen King's "Haven".
Fantastic Fest '09 was incredible on so many levels. Even art-wise. Need some proof? Check out this exclusive one-sheet for Lars Von Trier's Antichrist which was fashioned exclusively for the festival.
Sure, Dead Space wasn’t much more than a Resident Evil 4 rip off set in space. But you gotta give credit where credit is due, and frankly, the game was a TON of fun. Furthermore, it made me jump like a little girl on more than one occasion (much to my fiancée’s delight) so while this new game Dead Space: Extraction looks like an action-oriented prequel – I’m sure it’ll put some hair on your Wii’s balls!
You wanted it. You demanded it. Paramount has listened. Dread Central and Bloody-Disgusting have just gotten an exclusive letter from the director of Paranormal Activity (review here), Oren Peli, with some very good news!