Well it’s taken a bit longer than we expected, but I think the end result is worth it, no? Yes! The second week winner in our ongoing Shock Festival contest is David Schmidt with his entry Read Your Death on My Skin!
Fear Itself is debuting on NBC tomorrow with Breck Eisner’s “The Sacrifice”, so it’s time to find out who’s getting some posters from the show! Behold the names of the chosen ones; Fear Itself poster signed by series writers goes to… MICHAEL LADAVNI KATHY CONLEY Fear Itself posters will go to…
Well, it’s actually happening. Someone’s making a new Terminator movie. I know, some may question why we’d be covering it here on Dread, but even though it’s about as sci-fi as you can get, we all have a soft spot for killer robots.
This morning THR is reporting that Dr. Uwe Boll is prepping his next two films, both of which will be fully improvised dramas, neither of which sound very pleasant, but at least the man is trying something new.
With our Shock Festival contest kicking a major amount of ass, it's been hard for psycho-genius Stephen Romano to pick just one of your entries each week! As a result he's been doing a few runner-up posters as well, and we've got a look at the latest! "This one's for Fred Williamson!" says Romano! Dig on the image below, and don't forget to pre-order your copy of Shock Festival here!
Over the years we've seen some bizarre viral marketing, but this new campaign may be the most intriguing yet. Yesterday I checked my mailbox to find a strange black envelope with no return address. It looked like an invitation and had a red seal with the letters "TB" on the back. Inside was the letter you see to your right (click to see it bigger)...
For those of you looking forward to the Fear Itself debut on Thursday, June 6th, which had damn well better be everyone out there, we got our hands on something very cool today: a clip from the first episode, “The Sacrifice”, with an intro by director Breck Eisner! Check it out below and be sure to hit the official Fear Itself site for more goodies!
Just the other day we gave you guys the first casting news for Anagram Pictures’ The Thaw, a good sign that progress on the film was moving along quickly. We just received further confirmation of this in the form of a press release announcing that The Thaw will see Canadian distribution through Maple Pictures!
We’ve been working with Tony Krantz, one of the three producers behind the Raw Feed DVD series as well as the director of Sublime (DVD review) from the first batch and Otis (review) from the forthcoming set, to put together some very unique goodies just for Dread Central readers.
Famed German auteur Wim Wenders is back at Cannes this year with a thriller called Palermo Shooting, about a photographer who flees his home in Germany and settles into a new life in Italy, which is getting all sorts of early buzz.
The name William Paquet will be a familiar one to our readers who like to go elbow deep into the world of garage kits. Beyond that, the man has churned out phenomenal work for DC Direct, NECA and Dynamic Forces, solidifying his place as one of the premier sculptors in pop culture collectibles.
Komani just released a stack of new screens from Silent Hill: Homecoming, the incredibly anticipated sequel and the first SH game made for next gen systems. Will it be as good as the previous entries? Well, it can’t be worse than The Room ... right?
Maybe, just maybe, the direct-to-video sequel to Lost Boys won't be so bad. Looking back, the original was fun for all the wrong reasons, so maybe this one will be too.
Lionsgate let us know today that it has once again decided to move the theatrical release date for Clive Barker's Midnight Meat Train (review). So, do you want the good news or the bad news?
We just got a heads up from director Christopher White with some new casting news for his upcoming directorial debut, David. Nichelle Nichols, who, Trekies will recognize from almost all the Star Trek movies, not to mention the original show and Season One of “Heroes”, has joined the cast of the film!