We're pleased to announce that Dread Central is home to the online premiere of one of our favorite indie filmmakers' new short, "Now That You're Dead!" Writer/director Patrick Rea was kind enough to provide DC with access to his latest venture, which he describes as "a dark-humored battle between a cheating husband, a mistress, and a murderous wife with a supernatural twist."
Just what you’ve all been begging for: a 3-disc edition of Rob Zombie’s Halloween (DVD review)! It’s like Christmas a few months early this October 21st!
Either Dreamworks has a lot of confidence in ToyQuest or they’re not too thrilled about their first 3D animated film, Monsters Vs. Aliens.
I’ve been hearing about this weird project for a long while now; it’s a series of 10-minute “webisodes” done specifically for viewing on your computer by various talented people in Hollywood, one of them being Joss Whedon.
Variety has a story this morning about a sequel to Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host that’s in the works, but it’s hard to tell if it’s still the same hands it’s been in since The Host 2’s inception. It is a Chinese/Korean co-production, but the details of its background aren’t mentioned. Curious
It seems like just yesterday I was writing up a story about this year's Saturn Awards nominees. Well, last night the winners were announced in Universal City, California.
Director David R. Ellis (Snakes On a Plane) has his work cut out for him. He has to find a way to top all the badass carnage we've seen throughout most of the previous Final Destination flicks. OK, to be honest ... he really only has to top the car crash in FD2. Is that possible?
Precinct 13’s Robert Kurtzman, director of Wishmaster and The Rage to name a couple, just dropped us a line with some great news for him and his Creature Crew; they’ve officially signed on to the new film from Jennifer (daughter of David) Lynch, Nagin!
Remember the 1985 flick Death Warmed Up? About a kid who was hypnotized to kill his parents, then grew up to take revenge on the scientists who ruined his life? Some may have wondered what happened to Death director David Blyth after that film, and if you’re one of ‘em, we have good news: He’s coming to this year’s Fantasia so you can ask him yourself!
The Fango fiends found a gory surprise in their inbox today in the form of a boatload of behind the scenes stills from Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds, one of which you can see on your right.
**UPDATE: A ton of pics have just been added to the WoH gallery, so be sure to check it out!**
If you’ve been waiting as long as I have for word on My Name is Bruce, breathe yourself a sigh of relief; the wait is over. Finally Dark Horse Entertainment is getting the film ready to make its way to theaters this October, and a sequel is being worked on as you read this!
The last update we had on some kind of release for Richard Kelly's The Box gave a somewhat reasonable date of March 20th, 2009 for its theatrical bow. So, of course, that appears to have changed.
Halo-8 Entertainment has announced its acquisition of James Tucker’s Pink Eye this morning, according to THR.