Dig it! Glass Eye Pix artist-in-residence Brahm Revel is the man responsible for this badass poster for the upcoming period zombie film I Sell the Dead, and you’re only going to see it on Dread Central!
We got some info in our inbox today about another new indie film you’ll be hearing a lot about soon called Slices. Instead of being a standard narrative, though, this one’s an anthology in the vein of Creepshow and Twilight Zone: The Movie.
All right, finally a good quality look at the trailer for Platinum Dunes’ Friday the 13th reboot! I have to admit I never expected it would show up on MySpace of all places, but that just shows what a smarty pants I am.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of the long-awaited My Name is Bruce, how about some new pics from the film? Yes, that will do nicely! The film premieres at the Alamo Drafthouse on 10/26 before its nationwide tour kicks in; click here for a refresher on the exact dates and locations where you can catch the film!
Last night an e-mail showed up with info and the first pics from a new indie vampire film called Bram Stoker’s Vampire Diaries. Normally I would dismiss this out of hand since, well, vampire movies generally suck, but something about this project made me want to share it with you guys.
Though I’d love to tell you guys that Richard Griffin’s Lovecraft sequelization, Beyond the Dunwich Horror, will be available in Best Buys throughout the country very soon, that would be a blatant lie. And I’m trying really hard to stop lying so damn much. But the good news is you can still pick up the film right now with a quick trip to Scorpio Film Releasing!
On the set of the latest Clive Barker adaptation to see its way to the big screen, Dread, STYD discovered which Books of Blood story will be adapted before Pig Blood Blues, which is set to roll sometime next year.
Just got in a selection of new stills from the upcoming horror movie House which, as you surely know by now, is based on the novel by Ted Dekker and Frank Perreti. Roadside Attractions will release House in theaters on Friday, October 31st!
I miss the days of old PC point-and-click adventures from Lucas Arts. They are indeed in short supply these days, though Sam and Max found new life via the Internet and Tell Tale Games.
In a way, I am really looking forward to Patrick Lussier's take on My Bloody Valentine. His Dracula 2000 was loads of cheesy fun, and this time around he has the whole 3D gimmick on his side; there is little that could go wrong here.
Well, another Screamfest is behind us yet again! Man it seems like these things take forever to get here and then are gone in the blink of an eye. This year’s winners have been selected and instead of droning on about how special they all are in their own way, as I am want to do, just dig on the list below!
So the 5th annual Rock and Shock convention in Worcester, MA has come and gone and I have to say, this show keeps getting better and better as its reputation grows and word spreads about it.
You may recall a few months back we first told you guys about a new film in the works from Mondo Macabro called Filthy. The brainchild of Abandoned writer Karim Hussain, Filthy is still just a concept, but it’s one of the sickest I’ve ever heard.
I do love finding out about potentially cool new movies, especially when they’re about werewolves, after the film is all done and ready to be seen by the masses! Nothing like taking out the pain of anticipation to make a movie that much more appealing.
Much like his plans for a retelling of Frankenstein in a new and interesting way, Guillermo del Toro wants to make sure that his version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is both faithful and its own beast altogether.