I'm feeling pretty lucky right now that my household just added a Wii to our gaming console set-up. EA Games released the teaser trailer today for Dead Space Extraction, an all-new prequel chapter in the Dead Space universe exclusively for the Wii.
Been curious about some of IDW Publishing's offerings but feeling a little pinch in the pocketbook? If so, then this news should cheer you up quite a bit. IDW has formed a partnership with Eagle One Media to make several of its comics available for download as a PDF for a minimal $1.99 fee.
Thanks to IGN, we got some more details on the upcoming Dead Rising 2. The gaming site had a chance to listen to this week's Secret Files podcast of Capcom's head of R&D, Keiji Inafune, who not only revealed some clues about the direction of the upcoming sequel but also expanded on the next phase of Capcom's global design philosophy.
Yeah, now this I like. Simple, stark, to the point; this afternoon the beasts at Bloody Disgusting got their hands on the first poster for the upcoming remake of George A. Romero’s The Crazies. Hit the sample below to see the whole thing.
The folks at Dark Sky Films just dropped us the first details on the DVD release of Plague Town, one of the films selected to play this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival! On your right you can see the DVD art. The disc will street on May 12th, 2009, and will come with the following features:
This morning one of the ghouls over at Anchor Bay UK dropped the goods news in our laps that they’ve acquired the latest Coffin Joe film, Embodiment of Evil, for DVD release in Great Britain!
Alex Turner’s follow up to the well received mindbender Dead Birds, the Afghan war-themed Red Sands, is coming to DVD on Tuesday, February 24th. To get you in the mood, as it were, Sony Home Entertainment has provided us with an exclusive clip from it for you to check out, so get checking below!
Here at Dread Central we try and bring you goodies no one else can or will, up to and including asking filmmakers to do things just for us. Usually this means sending us a pic or two from their film that no one else has, but when we saw that Ben Rock’s excellent Alien Raiders was going to hit DVD without a commentary track from its director, we set out to do something about it.
While we’re still waiting to find out when we’ll actually get to see John Lechago’s awesomely-titled Bio-Slime for ourselves, the sickos over at Undead Backbrain just nabbed a slew of exclusive images from the upcoming sci-fi/horror hybrid, one of which you can see on your right.
It’s been a long time since we heard much about an adaptation of the 4-issue comic series Dead @ 17, but it seems things have been moving and shaking on the project behind the scenes that may see its eventual creation on a much larger scale than originally expected.
Shawn Ashmore (The Ruins), Emma Bell, and Kevin Zegers (pictured), whom most horror fans remember as Terry from Zack Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead redux or Evan from Rob Schmidt’s Wrong Turn, have just joined the cast of Adam Green’s next horror outing, Frozen, according to this morning’s THR.
I don’t know about you, but I learned two things from Demolition Man; one is that blondes really do have more fun. The other? That futuristic societies in which all crime has been abolished are bound to crack.
The nominees for the 7th annual Rondo Hatton Awards have been announced, and while Dread Central isn't among them this time around, there are quite a few familiar names on the list. The first that caught my eye is "The Blind Date of Coffin Joe" for Best Independent Production.
Truth is certainly stranger than fiction sometimes. According to a story in the New York Post, Warrington Gillette, who played Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th Part 2, was injured during an event honoring the new remake.
Simply calling Clive Barker a master of horror almost seems inadequate. A more fitting description might be to describe him as a visionary genius who has had a profound effect on the horror industry by not only setting the bar with visceral and sexual imagery but by also leaving his mark in the literary world for almost 30 years now.