Are you a member of the unlucky group whose home town didn't get a screening of Park Chan-wook's Thirst? Do you feel like, for whatever reason, you're just destined not to see the film? Or maybe you have seen it and are full of questions for its creator. In either case, a new contest from Palisades Tartan might be just what the priest prayed for ... or something like that.
On the fence about whether or not you should check out Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row? Well then, maybe our interviews with some of the cast will help make your decision a little easier.
The sixth entry into George A. Romero's Dead franchise, Survival of the Dead, is getting quite a bit of attention after its debut run at the Venice International Film Festival, where according to @OfficialRomero it received a nearly five-minute long standing ovation upon conclusion (a portion of which was caught on video), and as a result distribution rights are selling quickly!
There will be a myriad of cool new films playing the Toronto International Film Festival '09 as part of their Midnight Madness series, the first of which, Jennifer's Body, has now been reviewed!
While Papa George is out touring the world with Survival of the Dead, the younger Romero, Cameron, is set to make his filmmaking debut with Staunton Hill, which will be touching down soon courtesy of Anchor Bay.
The Toronto International Film Festival '09 is in full swing, and you'll be happy to know that Dread Central has partnered with the fine folks over at The Substream to bring you daily video coverage of the event that will feature news, interviews, and maybe even a couple of reviews here and there.
Every time we do a news story about another project that Guillermo del Toro has attached himself to, we wonder how the heck he's going to squeeze it into his already overflowing schedule. But even as jaded as we are around these parts, we have to admit to feeling a twinge a excitement at the thought of del Toro teaming up with Disney to create new spooky animated films under the banner Disney Double Dare You.
A new trailer clawed its way online today for Lars von Trier's critically acclaimed and controversial new film Antichrist, and we have it for you hot, steamy, and chock full of spooky!
This October 16th-18th the biggest horror party of the Halloween season invades the unsuspecting inhabitants of Worcester, Massachusetts, for the 6th straight year. By day fans converge on the DCU Center to meet and greet their favorite celebs, snap up some hard to find goodies among the vendors, and walk away with as much free stuff as they can carry, courtesy of your friendly neighborhood Dreadites. As the sun sets, we head over the the Palladium, where the gods of rock smile upon us every night.
The good folks at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights have sent us along some character concept art and images from their new maze: "Halloween: The Life and Crimes of Michael Myers". It's been a long time since we've felt excited about anything pertaining to Halloween. This feels good!
On September 27th, everyone's favorite serial killer will be back on Showtime doing what he does best ... hunting down murdering bastards who have somehow slipped through the cracks of law enforcement, and to help fill the time between now and then, we have five clips from the first two episodes of Season Four.
In celebration of the release of the Deluxe Editions of Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood and Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, Paramount Home Entertainment has provided us with an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the extras on the Part VIII DVD.
Some interesting word came down today regarding Darren Bousman's remake of Mother's Day. It seems the cast has filled out a bit. Quite a bit even. Andrew Bryniarski, whom fans will best know as Thomas Hewitt AKA Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, has joined Bousman's cast in what is said to be a "mysterious role". I'm thinking Queenie! Read on for more!
The line of Twilight Saga fans hoping to see the films' stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner -- not to mention New Moon's new extended trailer -- in person during this weekend's MTV's Video Music Awards is no doubt already forming. To help fill the hours between now and Sunday, September 13, at 9:00 pm ET, when the event kicks off, we've got a detailed synopsis of what they (and the rest of us) can expect to see.
And the Paranormal Activity (review here) news just keeps on rolling in. A new fanpage for the film has opened, and it has a really interesting image as its landing photo that sports the words "IN THEATERS SEPTEMBER 25th". Getting excited yet? I knew you would be.