Warner Bros. released the official Blu-ray art for the George A. Romero classic Creepshow today, and well ... it's exactly what you think it is, and we're thankful for that. I hate when studios tinker with perfectly good artwork. We're looking at you, Paramount, and your Friday the 13th reissues!
After being claimed by some particularly nasty fires in California, everyone's favorite horny gorilla is back with a brand new ride and some brand new tricks! But will he still have the banana breath?!? Check out the glorious news in the press release below:
Normally we try not to pull stills from publications, but this time? I think I'll make an exception. Especially because of a pretty familiar person you'll see in said image!
Now that Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (review here) has become something of a minor web phenomenon, it should come as no surprise that more animalistic movie monsters are being booked to step into the cinematic squared circle and clash in a motion picture smackdown of b-movie proportions. Next up for a monstermania main event: Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
Just a few days ago we told you about "Werewolf: The Series" finally hitting DVD. Now through the magic of Internet trickery and a really sexy source, we bring you the cover art, and holy shit is it badass!
ABC just announced its new programming for the fall schedule, as well as a few mid-season replacement series for early 2010. Three of these new shows may be of interest to genre fans: "Eastwick" (or as I have already dubbed it, "Desperate Housewitches"), Happy Town ("Northern Exposure" meets "Twin Peaks"), and the jumpsuit-less remake of "V". Have a look at the promo trailers for all three.
Everyone’s favorite serial killer, Dexter Morgan, is making another trip to home video, hot on the heels of the recently released second season.
Viral marketing can play a formidable role in capturing the public’s attention, and some indie filmmakers are really giving it their all in an effort to get their film noticed amongst the dozens of low-budget genre titles that flood video stores (er, Netflix?) each month.
Wondering whether or not your money will be well spent this weekend on the fourth entry into the Terminator franchise? As always we're here to offer you an opinion, and lord knows we're pretty opinionated around here! Read on for our verdict!
Well, what do you know? As soon as we finish up one story about a book-to-film adaptation, along comes another. This one involves long-time genre fave Dean Kootz and his 2006 novel The Husband.
We walk a fine line at Dread Central as far as deciding what's horror, what's sci-fi, and what's enough of a hybrid to warrant our covering it. Considering the novel Daemon bills itself as "a harrowing journey through the dark crawl spaces of the modern world," we thought its film adaptation merits at least a mention.
It seems to me that suspense is in danger of becoming something of a lost art in modern American horror. Sure there have been exceptions, but too many recent films fail to realize their true potential when it comes to lingering and unrelenting tension.
Hollywood just can't get enough of acclaimed Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook's output. Three of his projects are in various stages of remake development, and it's starting to look like his vampire priest saga Thirst is going to join them.
Don’t know about other folks, but I LOVED the 2006 horror spoof, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (spoof isn’t the best word choice, but a movie like BTM really is unclassifiable).
The ever so controversial new film Black Devil Doll (review) is beginning to make its rounds around the country! Next up -- Rhode Island, Ohio, Manhattan, Syracuse, Utah, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, London, and more!