It must be Hideo Nakata Day! First we got news of free tickets to screenings of his Death Note: L, Change the World, and now comes word from UpcomingHorrorMovies.com that his 2007 film Kaidan is set to hit DVD on June 30, 2009.
As you may remember, Death Note: L, Change the World will be shown theatrically during a limited two-night, multi-city run on April 29th and 30th, 2009. Thanks to VIZ Pictures and Trans World Entertainment, you can take part in a special giveaway campaign at participating F.Y.E. and Suncoast stores to receive a free ticket to attend the English-dubbed screening on April 30th (while supplies last).
During the week of April 5-11, 2009, we made our first official mention of Twitter and Dread Central's presence on the rapidly booming social networking/micro-blogging site. Our man in the field Nomad reported in real time from the sets of both The Crazies and Rob Zombie's Halloween 2.
It's midsummer, the air is hot and balmy, and you're just in the mood to take a mini-vacation to the theatre for a little action with Milla Jovovich. Sounds ideal, right? Now we can tell you when you can officially do so!
Yeah, man! Now this is what we're talking about! Cannabis and Cannibals together in one movie! Bless you director Thomas Newman! Bless you!
One of the best horror games of the last five years is without question BioShock. What with all the acclaim the game has garnered, a sequel seems like a no-brainer. Well it's coming and it looks pretty friggin' sweet!
Here are Dread Central we get lots of crazy stuff in our in-boxes. Every day is like Christmas only instead of getting gifts we are propositioned for sex, offered riches from a Nigerian king, and told about upcoming horror movies. Sometimes we even get the occasional strange video for us to share with you guys.
Joe Moe's back with another Acker-Quiz for all of Forry's little Nieces and Nephews out there. The prize at stake this time? You can win yourself a copy of the Official Profiles in History Forrest J Ackerman Auction Catalog!
Fever Dreams' Flesh for the Beast is a bit of a guilty pleasure here around the Dread Central offices. While it broke no new ground, it did tread the old in a very serviceable way. Turns out there's a prequel to the sequel Flesh for the Beast II in the works that is coming in the form of a short film called "The Pick Up", and we've scored you some hot little stills along with the artwork!
The guys and ghouls who staff Dread Central are all located in the US, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have lots of love for our brethren in grue over on the other side of the pond.
Abraham Lincoln has been called a lot of things -- Honest Abe, the Rail Splitter, and the Great Emancipator -- but Vampire Hunter? That's a new one for me.
If you're not familiar with Lost Zombies by now, holy shit are you missing out! What is it, you ask? In a nutshell Lost Zombies is a social network whose goal is to document the zombie apocalypse and create the world’s first community-generated zombie documentary. Sound cool? You have no idea!
It was way back in February when we debuted the first stills from Smash Cut, and since then we've been pretty jazzed about the flick. Now that the trailer's out there we're even more excited!
I've been anxiously following the progress of Minoru Kawasaki's revival of The X From Outer Space mon-star Guilala entitled Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit. Now the geopolitical giant Japanese monster comedy is set to attack American shores on June 30th.
Everyone's favorite serial killer is coming home in high definition on May 5th, and to celebrate we're giving away some Blu-rays! YAY! Dread Central, in association with Paramount Home Entertainment, is giving away several copies of the show for you to enjoy! Congratulations Jan McCool Kathy Birch Randy Duvall Leonard Schlamp Misty Mason