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Dead Space: Extraction Gameplay Screens

Ah, Dead Space. How we love thee. As we told you a few weeks back, this blood-spattered space-shooter is getting its very own entry on the Nintendo Wii as a House of the Dead style rail-shooter. Seriously? What a perfect idea! So, what kind of mayhem can gamers expect? One look at these in-game images speaks volumes.

Seventh Teaser Poster for The Graves

Character teaser poster number seven showed up in the old inbox today, making this cool set one shy of being complete.

Motion Picture Purgatory: Beautiful Girl Hunter

Trembles' review this week is decidedly not work safe. I'm not even sure if it's home safe either. He has outdone himself with a seriously twisted little entry here!

Guillermo del Toro to Help Bring Us Mama

What makes Guillermo del Toro so special? It's not just the fact that he's one of our genre's most visionary directors. The truth is that no matter how successful he is, or how big he gets, he's always willing to help people trying to break into the biz. Case in point: Andy and Barbara Muschietti's latest horror film for Universal, Mama.

Christopher Lee Coming Back to Hammer?

Hammer Films' latest flick The Resident may just be getting an old and very familiar landlord of sorts. I refer of course to a Hammer staple of days gone by -- the legendary Christopher Lee.

*UPDATE* Downloading Nancy and Her One-Sheet

Yet another one-sheet to dig on comes to us tonight, this time for the reportedly disturbing and oddly titled film Downloading Nancy starring Maria Bello as a lonely woman who turns to the Internet to find someone willing to kill her but finds love and fulfillment of her darkest desires instead. Of course freaky, kinky, and deadly shit ensues much to our delight.

New Handy Pandorum One-Sheet

Sci-fi thriller Pandorum got itself a brand new one-sheet, continuing its trend of using limbs and wires in the most disturbing ways possible.

Dead Air to Screen Both Sides of the Atlantic

Attending guests of the Cannes and Fangoria film festivals will be able to attend sneak peek screenings of Corbin Bernsen's Dead Air over the coming months. Featuring genre star Bill Moseley as well as Patricia Tallman (Lyta, from Babylon 5!), the film describes the fire and chaos following a biological terrorist attack that causes infected citizens to turn on one another in a murderous rage.

Uncle Creepy on BlogTalkRadio

Hey guys! Just had a pretty fun radio interview with J. Travis Grundon that I figured I'd share with you all about all things horror! Filthy, dirty horror.

Fearwerx New Graveyard Zombie B&W Variant

Loving your eight-inch MEGO-style Night of the Living Dead figures as much as we do? Well, wait until you see the new Black and White variant!

UK Quad Poster for Jake West's Doghouse

Jake West's 2005 film Evil Aliens (review here) is a true favorite around the Dread Central epicenter. In fact, we keep it lovingly on display between our jewel-encrusted busts of Little Richard and our titanium-plated firemen poles. I expect we'll be doing the same once his new film Doghouse makes it Stateside, but for now we'll just hang up the UK's sweet new quad poster!

Lance Henriksen is a Necessary Evil

Lionsgate dropped us a line today letting us know that genre favorites Lance Henriksen and Danny Trejo have a new flick on the horizon called Necessary Evil, and it will be a supernatural thriller that will chill you to the bone. Official Synopsis

Early Art for David Slade's Cold Skin

It's amazing how quickly things work nowadays. Just last week we told you about David Slade's Cold Skin, and today we have some sexy and scaly early artwork for you to feast your eyes upon!

Dark Horse Offers Mobile Terminator

The digital world of mobile content got a little bigger and brighter today with the launch of a new app for the iPhone from Dark Horse Comics. With the release of the upcoming Terminator: Salvation in mind, Dark Horse has chosen The Terminator: Death Valley, originally published in 1998, as its debut offering.

REC DVD News and REC 2 Website

Finally the film that inspired Quarantine, REC (review here), is getting a US DVD release of its own on July 14, 2009, and the sequel we've all been waiting for got its very own website. It's a good day to be a REC fan!