Werewolves are big around these parts. We love the hell out of the big hulking critters. And what better to go with all those teeth and claws than a little bit of Western flavor?
Another candid image from the set of Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 has hit online, this time showing Tyler Mane as Myers (once again sans mask) clowning around with Danielle Harris.
The first interactive video from the "Harper's Island" social experiment called HarpersGlobe.com just went live, and it's pretty creepy!
Tomorrow night kicks off this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival in a very sick, twisted, and joyously demented way: with a screening of Frank Henenlotter’s latest body horror opus Bad Biology!
Hoping to capitalize on the popularity of the tweener craze, Variety reports tonight that Lionsgate has secured the feature rights to Suzanne Collins' futuristic novel The
With Robert Hall's Laid to Rest getting a limited theatrical run, it was only a matter of time before a one-sheet came to light, and wow is it badass!
Warner Premiere is hoping to rid your mind of the pain and suffering caused by Lost Boys: The Tribe (review) by delivering a third film in the franchise. One that will focus primarily on Feldman's character of Edgar Frog.
People all over the web spent months speculating about what the Cloverfield monster would look like, salivating over every potential nugget of information and misinformation about its top secret appearance. Not so much the monster from Jim Wynorski's T&A spoof Cleavagefield, but just wait until you see this thing.
Yet another Sasquatchploitation flick is ready to hit home video this spring (I'm sure much to Foy's delight) from Funhouse Pictures. This one was several years in the making, too! It's the epic known as Shawn Hunt's The Shrieking!
And the dead keep marching on. At least they do in John Bowker and Joe Sherlock's latest undead romp, The Platoon of the Dead. Get on your gear, people! It's time to hump it to the cemetery!
It was late last year when we first learned that Universal had nabbed the rights to the upcoming Electronics Arts video game version of Dante's Inferno. And now word has come down via Variety that the person who will be writing the live-action film is Dan Harris (X2, Superman Returns).
One of the movies we are most excited about here on Dread this year is Tom Shankland's The Children. This could very well be one of the must sees of the year. Ready for a taste?
We've all seen the pictures, watched the YouTube clips, and devoured every bit of Halloween 2 news we could find in anticipation of the movie's August 28th release date; but now it's time to hear from the man himself.
Move over, Psycho! There's another film in town that looks like it might challenge your ability to keep people out of the bathtub.
John Carpenter's The Thing is some pretty sacred ground. I breathed a heavy sigh of relief when it was announced that it wasn't being remade. Instead, we're getting a prequel. Not too upset about that!