Another day, another movie about the things that go bump in the night. Namely ghosts. Ladies and gentlemen, meet The Landlord, an independent horror comedy about the young owner of a haunted apartment building, who must choose between serving the monsters and saving the tenants they devour.
Not sure if you’re afraid of birds like some of our readership, but I know everyone is afraid of wolves. Slavering, violent, beastily monstrosities that they are. So what’s scarier than wolves and birds? Why, wolf and birdmen, of course!
Have you heard the news yet that the Sci Fi Channel is going to change its name to Syfy? I realize we live in the world of nonsensical name branding like Google and Zune and Wii, but "Syfy" is just the word "sci fi" still pronounced as "sci fi" only now spelled like it was written by a preschooler. Genius!
We should have an "official" review for Pontypool up shortly. But in the meantime, Rick Trembles has seen it already and provides his own spin on the story for our readers as only he can!
With all the nonsense swirling about on other sites about casting, start dates, etc., it's hard to know exactly what's true and what's not. Do we cover it? Should we cover it? We've consumed a ton of aspirin over the last week as a result. I can tell you that this will be the final mention of Re-Animator 3D here until someone signs a damned contract.
Here at Dread Central we LOVE ghost stories. The more noise the dead, make the happier we are. A haunting new tale is on the way called Phasma Ex Machina from writer/director Matt Osterman, and I've gotta say it looks kind of spooky.
The new red band trailer for the indie slasher Sway just hit MySpace TV, and thanks to it I will now have the movie's theme song burned into my brain for the rest of the day. Proceed with caution -- I'm sure the same thing will happen to you.
If it seems like we’ve been overloading you with goodies from Lesbian Vampire Killers, that’s probably because we have been. What can we say; vampires, lesbians, comedy … there’s a lot to love about this baby!
Anyone who has ever seen the stellar slice of TV horror from back in the day known as Don't be Afraid of the Dark knows what a scary flick it was. Those little cone-headed bastards haunted my nightmares forever! As with all good horror flicks lately a remake is never far away. Lucky for us this one is in really good hands.
While speaking to Fangoria recently, actor/director Kenneth Branagh dropped an interesting bit of news about a genre project that he'd be into doing after directing Thor for Marvel.
That's right, kids, the trailer for the movie with what has to be the damned strangest name for a horror movie ever, The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre, has just hit online, and of course we've got a peek at it for ya!
Going to see Knowing this weekend? Well, if you are crazed enough to brave two hours of Nic Cage, you may just be lucky enough to check out the trailer for the forthcoming remake of The House on Sorority Row.
Yet more cast members have assumed roles in the And Soon the Darkness remake, joining the previously announced Odette Yustman and Amber Heard -- notably, The Irrefutable Truth About Demons' Karl Urban. What? You were expecting me to mention one of those low-budget rinky-dink Hobbit flicks?
It is with great fuckin' pride that I announce that Sega's latest video game entry into the fucking House of the Dead franchise, House of the Dead: Overkill (review), has set a Guinness World Record!
Sony Pictures released a handful of stills for their upcoming DVD release of The Devil's Tomb, and like always we have them for you in all their gory glory.