Well, we now officially know the name of the next Rob Zombie movie after The Haunted World of El Superbeasto is done, thanks to a recent posting on his MySpace page. The question is; will it be something horror fans care about?
According to a new story on the NY Daily News, Vincent Gallo is making his departure from the next Dario Argento film, Giallo, despite how similar his last name is to the title.
After Dark Films has finally figured out its plans for Xavier (Hitman) Gens’ Frontier(s) it was announced today. Though the film was originally slated to be part of the 8 Films to Die For (we got Lake Dead instead...), its NC-17 rating could not be modified in time to get it in theaters this past November.
Megan Fox is getting another lovely young lady to share screen time with her when cameras roll on Fox Atomic’s Jennifer’s Body this March up in Vancouver according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Though still lacking a title, that’s not stopping David Goyer’s next movie from going ahead with some pretty impressive casting.
We all know that the WGA strike is tarring up the production of some horror movies, but what about the ones that were already in production before the movement? Where do J.T. Petty’s films stand right now?
This may seem a little confusing at first, but try to stay with me here. Koa Films is making a Piranha flick and Alexandre Aja is remaking the original Piranha (“New Piranha, Demons Remake!” – April 2007), OK? Two installments of the same film franchise were in the works, but Koa's was to be in 3D. Easy enough to follow, right?
It’s not often that a film is able to slip under our radar for too long, so imagine my surprise when reader Gilbert dropped us a line with a heads up about a new Aussie horror/action hybrid called The Dark Lurking.
Back when Brad Anderson was attached to direct and Scott Kosar was supposed to write the remake of George Romero’s The Crazies, it was a project I was really looking forward to. Then it fell apart and I thought to myself “Well, it’s probably for the best…”
Dark Sky Films announced today that they're expanding their original production line (the first is David Gregory’s Plague Town) with a brand-new film from Trigger Man/Cabin Fever 2 director Ti West (pictured), The House of the Devil.
To help celebrate the brand new, super limited edition DVD of Christian Viel’s Deaden (review), the filmmakers behind the gory revenge film have provided Dread Central with an exclusive clip! And as long as we’re on their good side, I’m happy!
Some good news came down the DVD wire via Fangoria yesterday, so I thought it only fair that we share it with those of you who are so dedicated to Dread Central you can’t even think about hitting other horror sites...
Dominic Monaghan, who you all may know as Charlie from “Lost”, seems to have an affinity for our genre. First he starred alongside Ron Perlman in the Glass Eye Pix film I Sell the Dead (more on that soon), now he’s taken girls captive for his own sick pleasures in MGM’s Pet.
Looks like another horror flick is about to get the bump this year. Amusement, a story about three women with a connection who are being stalked, has been pushed back to September. This new comes down the pipes from Fangoria to name a few.
Last we heard, the Hellraiser remake totally vanished from the Weinstein's slate (“Hellraiser Redux Moves” – January 2008). Some of us this project was as doomed as anyone who ever opened the Lament Configuration.