Excited about tomorrows DVD / Blu-ray release of S. Darko? You should be. If all goes well this could turn out to be a pretty cool sequel. Considering the mystique and fanfare surrounding the original film that is a pretty big if, but hey, I'm willing to take the chance if only for Frank The Bunny's sake!
Knowing was a very polarizing film to say the least. It did alright at the box office. Roger Ebert gave it four stars. Most every other critic despised it. I enjoyed it for the hokey leftover Seventies Larry Cohen-style doomsday porn flick it was. Uncle Creepy nearly imploded from the hate he felt for it. Now you too can decide if the Alex Proyas/Nicolas Cage flick was great, terrible, or somewhere in between.
We've all been waiting what seems like forever for some news, hell, any news, to break about a sequel to the big screen adaptation of the Konami video game, Silent Hill. Finally a little bit of news has seeped out.
The good folks over at HarperCollins were kind enough to provide us with both a Q&A with Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan along with an excerpt from their latest print endeavor, The Strain.
Yes, fellow flesh eaters, yet another video installment of Alex Ferrari's short film anthology Zombie Marriage Counseling is ready for you to sink your teeth into.
Time for another installment of Doug Slack's horror anthology serial Hard-Boiled Horror Tales! Dread Central is proud to present "The Hit Got Hairy" Part VII.
Toby Wilkins is not happy simply being a director. He’s also a storyteller with a vision. His two latest films, Splinter (review here) and The Grudge 3 (review here), both prove that he’s got a long career ahead of him filedl with engrossing stories he wants to share with audiences.
Now that shooting has begun on Christian E. Christiansen's thriller for Screen Gems, The Roommate, some behind-the-scenes images have been surfacing, this time of Cam Gigandet and Minka Kelly in character and having fun! These will have to suffice until we see them blood-covered and screaming.
After seven weeks of cast teaser posters for Brian Pulido's The Graves we're finally completing the entire set this week with Tony Todd's entry!
Can you name a better way to kick off your week than by sampling a promotional video of Anthony DeBlasi's stellar adaptation of the Clive Barker short story Dread? We didn't think so.
A couple of updates for David Twohy's new thriller A Perfect Getaway popped up this weekend including a far more in-depth synopsis and -- better yet -- more pics of Milla to drool over. YAY!
We've all died happy little deaths over the Where the Wild Things Are trailer and now pre-orders for Medicom's Kubrick (mini block figure series) series reveal the mopey monster faces. Here's the skinny from Diamond.
"Before we go any further, let's acknowledge that the question of whether and how different kinds of animals feel pain, and of whether and why it might be justifiable to inflict pain on them in order to eat them, turn out to be extremely complex and difficult. And comparative neuroanatomy is only part of the problem.
Several months ago we clued you all in to a new indie project called Patrol Men, which claimed to be the "best Z-grade horror film ever made." Now the filmmakers have provided us with a teaser trailer so you can judge its prospects for yourselves.
I still have yet to see The Messengers. I hear it was pretty lousy. I even hear that certain people involved in its production wouldn't be too offended if you said it was pretty lousy. I hear lots of things. One thing I did not hear was anyone clamoring for a sequel, let alone a prequel. Producers in Hollywood with better hearing apparently did hear your cries and will reward us all with The Messengers 2: The Scarecrow in July.