Following the multimedia model that made Dead Space such a success, Electronics Arts has once again joined with Starz and Anchor Bay to distribute an animated feature based upon the upcoming video game Dante's Inferno.
While we all sit idly by waiting for Relativity/Rogue Pictures to get off of their asses and turn the live action adaptation of Tim Seeley's comic Hack/Slash into a reality, Ratio Pictures is ready to serve us up a healthy serving of a similar character to the fearless Cassie Hack.
The first official UK quad one sheet was posted online today for Chris Nahon’s Blood: The Last Vampire, and as always we have a glimpse at the goodies for ya!
What with all the serial killer excitement that's gone down there, did you ever wonder what the residents of Haddonfield watch on TV to get away from all of that grim reality? Wonder no longer as Zombie answers that burning question in Halloween 2!
What do you get when you pair Darth Maul and a former Power Ranger in a comic book style supernatural action flick about hired guns out to prevent hell on earth? It might look a little something like Hellbinders.
This week's The Buz takes a classic Stephen King tale and does whatever The Buz does to classic horror movies. So please enjoy the adventure with Issac, Malachai, and a certain Detective Kimble. Oh and lots of corn. Lots and lots of corn.
When I began contributing to Dread Central, I was eager to reminisce about the never to be forgotten, Forrest J Ackerman and his astounding legacy. But who has time to look backwards when Ack keeps going “forry-ward” in the here and now? Case in point? In a matter of weeks Profiles In History will hold the greatest genre auction in history, offering prized objects from the collection of the Grand-daddy of all collectors. Gosh! Wow! (Dang)! It’s the Forrest J Ackerman Estate Auction!
Nothing says Halloween quite like the image of Michael Myers walking down the street. And now today, thanks to an update from Rob Zombie's MySpace page, we have the promise of something "very nasty" taking place the night of Halloween 2.
Medicom Toys has had a Disney license for some time now, and for good reason. Not only are their releases spot on, but they throw in unexpected twists on beloved characters. Disney may not delve into our world often, but Medicom is making sure we get some killer collectibles.
Sometimes you come across word of a movie for which the only logical reaction is "What the hell?" Such a movie is Bravetart vs. the Loch Ness Monster. Seriously. What the hell?
Looking over the news from the week of March 22-28, 2009, quite frankly, not much of it sparked a lot of enthusiasm. But there were a few items that made me go hmmmm, especially compared to the rest. First up is a low, but in an effort to keep things moving in a productive direction, the rest of the list are (cross your fingers) highs.
Amidst all the talk about the next installment in the Ghostbusters saga, it's hard to know what's what, who's in, who's out, and generally just what the hell is going on. All we know for a fact is that there's a script being penned by the two writer/producers of "The Office" -- Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky. Hungry for an update? How about one from Harold Ramis himself?
Remember when were talking about Red 5 Comics' ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction being turned into a feature film? Well, this isn't it. Instead it's the trailer for another film of the same name that was already in production at the time of that announcement. Confused? Us too.
A little news cruised in from a source close to the production of Platinum Dunes' remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street. It seems Amanda Crew is being strongly considered to play the role of Nancy in the redux.
Straight out of the Dark Woods a trailer has come forth to try and send a shiver down the old spine. Will it succeed?