It isn't every day that a low budget indie zombie flick gets picked up for theatrical distribution, even if it is only a limited 6- to 15-screen release. But when said flick cost less than $100 to make, well then, it's time for some serious celebrating. Such is the case for Marc Price's Collin (review here), which is being released by Kaleidoscope Entertainment.
During the San Diego Comic-Con we had a chance to sit down with Toby Whithouse, Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow, and Aidan Turner, the creator and stars of "Being Human", a witty and thought-provoking look into the lives of three twenty-somethings and their secret double-lives … as a werewolf, a ghost, and a vampire, respectively.
Halloween is exactly three short months away, which means the evil masterminds behind Halloween Horror Nights are hard at work trying to think of new and different ways to scare the shit out of attendees. This year Jigsaw is waiting; prepare to step into his demented world.
Another day. Another batch of stills from Halloween II. Ok, getting a bit bored now. Please Rob ... save something for the movie! We feel as if we've seen the damned thing already.
Viz Pictures announced today that the final chapter in its popular Death Note live action series, L, Change the World, directed by the legendary Hideo Nakata, will be hitting DVD on August 18th.
The third teaser trailer for Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's highly anticipated sequel REC 2 has found its way online with a bang, and we've got it for you all warm and sticky-like!
HBO's "True Blood" has become a phenomenon. From their extremely clever viral marketing to their frequent posts on Twitter @TrueBloodHBO, people just can't get enough! To add to the mayhem, Dread Central is happy to bring you a clip from this Sunday's episode!
Ok, not really, but how many of you out there doubt that there's not a cougar or two on the prowl who has gotten a bit naughty with these plastic pieces of sparkling seduction? That's what we thought.
Can it be? Are there people out there who are listening? Yes, another poster has surfaced today, this time for the upcoming Melissa George starring thriller Triangle, and we have to say ... we like! We like a lot!
We’re still nearly three months away from Saw VI’s theatrical release, but Lionsgate seems pretty confident that they’ve already got your hard-earned bucks in their pocket. So much so that they’re pulling out all the gimmicky stops for 2010’s Saw VII.
One thing about Overture Films' upcoming space creep-out Pandorum that no one can deny is that it has consistently had the best posters of the year, and this new one? Holy shit!
A new TV Spot for Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 surfaced today with some blink and you've missed it new footage sprinkled in. Check it out!
Brooksville, Florida - The room upstairs looks like any child's. Toys are carefully arranged, ready for tiny hands. Downstairs a doctor's office waits for patients, a room is filled with wartime memorabilia, and a schoolroom waits for students. But the people who roam the halls are not the people for whom the rooms are intended. They've been dead for more than 150 years. But if that's so, then who moves the toys? Whose cries are heard from the doctor's office? Why is there such a feeling of unease? Because, dead or not, many of them never actually left.
With the release of Park Chan-wook's Thirst into select theatres this weekend, it only makes sense that we give away some free swag in celebration of this toothy occasion!
I can't help but get the feeling Uwe Boll needs a hug. He seems very angry and lately has been making movies that reflect that anger, that utter contempt for society, that deep down urge to destroy everyone and everything. He uncorked his rage in a serious manner with Seed and then comically so with Postal.