US Trailer for Dead Snow

Those of you excited to see the latest Nazi zombie-filled slice of undead anarchy known as Tommy Wirkola's Dead Snow should be very happy for a chance to dig on the U.S. trailer. Let the euphoria begin!

Trailer: Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the Nintendo DS

Who wouldn't be down for some spectre stomping action right in the palm of your hands?!? Get ready to dig on Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the Nintendo DS, and don't blame us if your hands get all slimy!

Over 50 New Stills from New Moon!

Straight from Montepulciano, Italy, come over 50 new pictures taken on the set of the Chris Weitz-helmed New Moon. They mostly feature Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart kissing, so diehard horror fans, move along. Nothing to see here.

Activision's E3 Horrors

Ever since the early Atari days Activision has been pumping out quality games. Join us as we take a quick look at what the software giant has announced and in store for genre fans at the upcoming E3 show in June!

Sorority Row to be Rated R?

Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row remake is chugging along quite nicely with some really good news for us slasher-fan faithful - it will be rated R and not PG-13 as everyone has been speculating. Violence, nudity, and gore in a slasher redux? There is a God!

New Quad Poster for Doghouse

Director Jake West dropped us a line today with the new quad poster for his film Doghouse, which hits UK cinemas on June 12th, and we gotta say ... it gets the Dread Central stamp of approval! Dig it!

A Perfect Trailer for A Perfect Getaway

For those of you who just can't wait until this weekend's debut of the trailer for David Twohy's A Perfect Getaway before Drag Me to Hell, you're in luck as Yahoo! Movies is providing a sneak peek.

Breck Eisner Out of Creature Remake

Despite his assurances to the contrary during Nomad's Crazies set visit early last month, it now appears that Breck Eisner is indeed no longer involved with The Creature from the Black Lagoon remake for Universal Pictures and Strike Enter

John Lithgow to Match Wits with Dexter

Following in the footsteps of Jimmy Smits' guest star turn in last season's "Dexter", the show's producers have tapped Emmy and Tony winner John Lithgow for all 12 episodes of Season 4. Now this is a casting coup I can get behind 100%!

Another Manson Film On the Way?

We've heard from a couple of reliable sources that last week's rumored collaboration between Oliver Stone and Vincent Bugliosi for a big-screen reboot of Helter Skelter was just that -- a rumor. But apparently Bugliosi's involvement with Charlie Manson is far from over as he IS attached to the upcoming Taming the Beast as an Executive Creative Consultant.

First Look! H2 Living Dead Doll

From the insanely popular "babies turned supernatural creatures of the night" doll line we've come to know as Living Dead Dolls from Mezco Toys comes their first release for Rob Zombie's H2. Dig on little Mikey! Awwww ... he's so ... umm ... well this one is a little disturbing. Stay tuned for more details on how you can make this crumbly looking fella your own!

July Release for Morgan J. Freeman's Homecoming

No, not that Morgan Freeman. We're talking Morgan J. Freeman here, people! Try and keep up! In any event, the new film Homecoming from the aforementioned director will be opening in select theaters in New York and Los Angeles on July 17th.

The Horror of Breeding Jean-Claude Van Damme

Over a decade ago there was talk of a movie that would have cast Jean-Claude Van Damme as a park ranger forced into a life or death struggle against Bigfoot. Sadly, that film never came about and we were forever denied the sight of the "Muscles from Brussels" kickboxing Sasquatch. On the plus side, it looks like Van Damme is finally set to enter the world of horrordom with a new fright flick called The Breed. Exactly what he'll be kickboxing remains to be seen.

Alien Uprising Scheduled for August

Just because it's the 21st Century doesn't mean there is no longer room for movies that shamelessly riff on the Alien films. They were a hallmark of sci-fi cinema back in the Eighties and well into the Nineties. Now here we are in the Zeroes, and this August there will be an Alien Uprising.

Sam Raimi Talks Drag Me to Hell

In 1981, a young director named Sam Raimi set out to give audiences a new vision of the horror genre with his now cult classic film The Evil Dead. Twenty-eight years later (and one Spider-Man trilogy behind him), Raimi is looking to do the very same with his latest project, Drag Me to Hell.