UPDATE: Chris White got into contact with us today and showed us a link to a YouTube video containing storyboards for David! Check it out below the rest of the story.
Sometimes a remake might not be a bad thing. Sure, we've seen plenty of bad ones, made for really bad reasons, but then there are filmmakers out there that just want to improve on an original and sometimes succeed.
Yet another change up in the world of Clock Tower, the movie adaptation of the groundbreaking survival horror game from Capcom, came to light today via Variety.
Anthony C. Ferrante’s sophomore directorial effort, Headless Horseman (review), is on DVD stands as you read this, so Ferrante and crew are making sure the horror community knows about it.
Grand Theft Auto IV? Iron Man? That new trailer for The Dark Knight? Who cares about any of that crap today when the trailer for the film you've all be waiting for, craving for, begging for, has finally arrived. I am, of course, speaking of Hobgoblins 2!
Phil and Sarah, the incredibly well versed and intelligent owners of the official Clive Barker site, recently sat down with the man himself for their 21st exclusive, extensive interview. If you’ve never read through one of these, I highly recommend it; you really get a feeling for just what a diverse artist Barker really is.
Finally we can all stop our complaining, hemming, and hawing because Paramount has announced its initial Blu-Ray lineup, and of course Cloverfield is on it.
This should be an interesting remake to follow; anyone who’s seen any of the three Art of the Devil movies know they’re about as disjointed as a series can get, only keeping themes of revenge and black magic across them.
Can I pick ‘em or can I pick ‘em? As many of you regular Dreadites know, I have been a staunch supporter of one bloody beauty known as Shannon Lark. A horror chanteuse who does it all -- filmmaker, writer, actress, dancer, internet entrepreneur -- this gory gal is one bona fide killer.
Nate Kenyon’s debut novel, Bloodstone, finally hits mass market paperback this May thanks to the folks at Leisure Books. This marks something of a milestone for the East Coast author, since it will be the second time his book has seen publication since its inception many years ago.
Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, will be bloody good as Crypticon swings into town courtesy of Random Acts Seattle at the Doubletree Inn & Conference Center in Seattle, WA. For three days horror fans and celebrities will have a chance to mix it up here in the Emerald City.
Julian (The Last Horror Movie) Richards’ latest horror entry, the coming-of-age thriller Summer Scars, just took home two awards from the BAFTA Cymru Awards and signed an all-rights distribution deal through TLA Films.
A few different members of the press have been lucky enough to go hands on with the upcoming Ghostbusters game and have brought back some promising details.
The strangest zombie movie ever made! Discuss Rick's twisted mind in the Dread Central forums!
The British siege movie Outpost (DVD review) somehow managed to make it home to our shores before it ever saw release in its home country, and that just doesn’t make a lick of sense to me. But hey, it’s the movies; you don’t have to make sense to have a good time.