The ever-evasive and hard to pin down Alone in the Dark 5 from Atari pops up yet again with another smattering of potentially good news. The latest in the granddaddy of all survival horror series is now not only heading to the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, but IGN confirmed today that it will make it's way to the PS2 and the Nintendo Wii.
Jonathan Hensleigh’s Welcome to the Jungle (DVD review) is out on DVD today, so as a special treat we got our hands on a nice, juicy clip from the film just for Dread Central readers to feast upon!
How far-reaching does this strike by the WGA go? That has yet to be determined but according to STYD, it’s caused Mick Garris to lose his own show.
This morning it was announced that Ridley Scott is finally making his way back to our genre with a new flick called Stones. Welcome back, Ridley, welcome back.
Some more details about Jennifer’s Body have surfaced over at The Hollywood Reporter that shed light onto the project even more than it was first announced ("Fox to Show Off Jennifer’s Body" – October 2007).
It's been one of those weeks for me. Motorcycle battery is dead; my truck is in the shop and the last Krispy Kreme for 50 miles has just closed down. How will I cope?!
The cold war is over, but its secrets are about to infect the world. The phrase "Silence is deadly" never meant more. There exists a virus that means an agonizing death to its victims and the infected survivors are in for a special hell. This virus reshapes man into a monstrous new creature. Will it reshape the planet?
This weekend our MySpace master, Nomad, got a message from the makers of a new film called Krampus about some pretty kick ass casting news for their oddly-titled film.
I've been following a comic book styled zombie flick called The Undertakers: Road's End for a while. Everything about the project has great potential, but all that is holding it back is ... money. Yes, that fuel that puts all movies into motion is all the Undertakers team needs, but they've come up with a great idea to drum up some cash!
I know the teaser image is cheesy, and I’ll be damned if I could find out more about it, but I can't help it; I’m a sucker for a werewolf film. Eric Stoltz and Muse Watson are both in talks to star in a new film from Fever Pitch productions, the team behind Dante Tomaselli’s The Ocean as well as the recent Horrofest entry Tooth & Nail (review), called Howl. Generic, yes, but effective!
What’s so bad about the title Neighborhood Watch, if I may ask? It’s a bit generic, sure, but it’s fitting when you actually see the movie, directed by Graeme Whifler.
Ever seen an ad for an upcoming Stephen King novel and scoffed, saying to yourself, "I could do better than that!"? Well, Hodder & Stoughton, the UK publishers of King’s books, want you to put your creative talent where you mouth is.
This morning we received a slew of exclusive stills from The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond, the horror movie directed by Gabriel Bologna and written by Bologna and former DC reporter Sean Clark.
When I did my recent e-mail interview with Xavier Gens, director of Frontiere(s) and the upcoming Hitman adaptation, he told me his next movie would be about a shipwreck on an island full of cannibals, and needless to say I was intrigued.
This morning Daily Variety is reporting that Dylan Walsh ("Nip/Tuck"), Sela Ward (The Day After Tomorrow) and Penn Badgley (Drive Thru) have signed on for roles in Screen Gems remake of The Stepfather.