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First Look at Dante's Inferno

Not too long ago we made mention of Universal scooping up the film rights for the upcoming EA Games offering, Dante’s Inferno. Well, at Spike’s Video Game Awards the game was confirmed and Spike got their hands on an exclusive trailer for it, which you can now check out below!

DVD Releases: Death Comes in Blu

A very small list of horror DVDs are coming your way this Tuesday, December 16th. Almost makes you wonder why the even bother on such a scant week, doesn’t it?

Darkest Evil Becomes Dunwich, First Trailer!

It was back in April when I first told you about production beginning on The Darkest Evil, a new adaptation of Lovecraft's classic tale The Dunwich Horror starring Jeffrey Combs. Today we bring you the exclusive first trailer from this Lovecraftian horror!

The Birds Barbie is Here!

I know you’ve all been waiting not so patiently since we first announced that Mattel was making a Birds Barbie, so I’m happy to inform you that she’s finally here! Click here or on the image below to order The Birds Barbie via Evilshop, then come with theories as to why she’s still smiling despite being attacked by murderous avian!

'Zine Review: Rue Morgue #85

Issue #85 December 2008 As is my tradition, allow me to first point out how incredibly badass the art is for the latest issue of Rue Morgue. Another spectacular piece by Ghoulish Gary Pullin!

Twilight Staked Near Dark, New Moon Director Confirmed

We, as horror fans, actually now have a damn good reason to give thanks to Twilight. According to Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller, the planned remake of Near Dark has been canceled because of it.

Norrington to Reboot Crow Franchise

After taking a self-imposed sabbatical following the “demoralizing” experience of making League of Extraordinary Gentleman, which I felt demoralized just watching, Variety reports that Stephen Norrington is returning to filmmaking with a new film based on James O’Barr’s classic antihero, The Crow.

New Infestation Poster!

The sad truth is we still have no idea what the status is on Kyle Rankin’s follow-up to Battle of Shaker Heights, the giant bug movie Infestation, but when new key art for the film shows up online that’s usually a good sign.

New Pics From Final Destination, Friday the 13th & More!

Warner Bros. has some good-looking horror planned for 2009. Of course, films like Whiteout and The Box that have been sitting around for a long time now are part of it, but still it’s nice to see so much to look forward to.

McFarlane Talks Spawn 2

Can you believe Todd McFarlane still wants to see Spawn 2 made? Considering his idea for the sequel is not a direct follow up to the atrocious first film I guess it’s not too surprising, but it just seems like this ideas been rolling around forever without it getting any closer to reality.

New Teaser for Edges of Darkness

We just got a heads up that there’s another new teaser online for the indie anthology Edges of Darkness, which is comprised of three tales set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse. Still no word on a release for the film yet, but I’m sure we’ll hear more soon.

Charisma Enters House of Bones

I've never been much of a fan of all those ghost hunting shows but if more ghost hunters looked like Charisma Carpenter I might start tuning in. Until that day arrives I'll have to settle for House of Bones, in which the former "Buffy"/"Angel"/"Charmed"/"Veronica Mars" starlet will play a ghost hunter getting more than she bargained for.

The Weekly Wrap-Up: December 6-12, 2008

The holiday season is in full swing here at Dread Central, and already we've all got too much to do in too little time, so this edition of the Wrap-Up is just gonna hit the highlights of the week of December 6-12, 2008, with a minimum of editorializing. I'll save it for the end of the year instead.

Timecrimes & Let the Right One In Hit DVD

Two of this year's best films are set to hit DVD next year, and we've got a look at the artwork and the official date for each! Get to pre-ordering! These are two flicks you don't wanna miss!

First Poster for Maidenhead!

As you may have noticed, I got a chance to check out the new film starring The Signal’s Lewis, A.J. Bowen and From Dusk Till Dawn sheriff Michael Parks, Maidenhead. The off-kilter vampire movie is definitely unique and although the poster you see below may make it seem like a Odd Couple-esque comedy, trust me when I say it’s anything but. Keep it here for more on Maidenhead soon!