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Last Poster on the Left

The monstrosities over at STYD got their clawed fingers on the official poster for the Last House on the Left remake, which is set to hit theaters on March 13, 2009, which, you may recall, is a Friday. Spooky.

Motion Picture Purgatory: Coraline

The man with the best hair in the illustrated reviews business, Rick Trembles, takes a look at the latest offering from Henry Selick and Neil Gaiman, Coraline, as only he knows how!

War is Hell in NecroVisioN

The guys over at IGN just got a first look at a new game that I’m sure will appeal to horror fans, and if it doesn’t ... well, you’re just a poseur then. POSEUR! The game is called NecroVisioN (not sure if that last “N” needs to be capitalized or not, but that’s how they have it…), and it comes to us from The Farm 51st. What is it? Glad you asked!

Exclusive: Fever Dreams Prep Possession Flick Devil's Hostage!

The sick minds behind Wicked Lake (review) have just announced their next project: the demonic possession flick The Devil’s Hostage. I love me some demonic possession, and I’m sure their approach is going to be unique if nothing else. Some official plot, if you will:

Badass Pontypool Poster

This is the Canadian poster for the film, but hopefully when IFC Entertainment distributes Pontypool on May 29th they’ll use a similar design cause man, that is eye-catching!

Exclusive: Ghostbusters Gameplay Impressions

Do you remember the first time you saw the infamous opening "library scene" in the original Ghostbusters? Remember how you felt when you watched that old woman ghost flip out while the pages of countless books flew everywhere?

Longer F13 When the Remake Hits Home

I love home video. Thanks to DVD and Blu-ray when a movie comes home, it can often be a different version than the one released to theatres. Apparently the Friday the 13th remake is the latest case in point!

Haunting in Connecticut Comes Early!

Sometimes things get put off forever. Such is the case with many movies that never see the light of day. Thankfully, every now and again things hit the fast track and there's cause to rejoice!

Ladies of Evil Dead are Dangerous Women

Ah yes! Many a horror fan's childhood has been spent drooling over the Eighties-styled sex appeal of Ellen Sandweiss, Betsy Baker, and Sarah York (aka Theresa Tilly), or as we know them today, The Ladies of the Evil Dead! Pre-rotting and dismemberment of course! Ever wonder what this sultry trio is up to today? How about a new web series?

NYCC: New NBX Collectibles

What's this? What's this? The streets are lined with little creatures laughing! Everybody seems so happy! Have I possibly gone daffy? What is this? What's this? Get ready to take a peek at the new line of Nightmare Before Christmas collectibles!

NYCC: Mezco Unleashes New Jason & Leatherface Figures

With the new Friday the 13th film just around the corner, what could be a better time to unveil a new Jason figure than the NYCC, which was held just a week prior to the film's opening? To further sweeten the pot, we'll throw in a look at the new Leatherface figure, too. Whatcha waiting for? Look in here!

NYCC: Terminator Collectible Blow-out!

The show may be over, but that just gives us some time to start getting up the boatload of pictures we have for ya! Speaking of boatloads, Terminator fans will have lots to smile about as we have a look at three different sets of collectibles from three different companies!

Exclusive: Alicia Conway Talks Rite

Director Alicia Conway didn’t always love movies. In fact, growing up most of her interests revolved around the worlds of art, photography, and psychology. It wasn’t until later that Conway realized that the medium of film allowed her to incorporate all the things she loved into one art form. From there, she was hooked.

The Sinful Dwarf is Coming!

Everything that I have ever done in my life has led me up to writing the above headline. Seriously. This is my finest moment. With that I hereby resign from Dread Central as I am now complete. Of course I'm kidding but still!

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: The Movie?

It was weird enough that someone out there took the time to re-write Jane Austen’s classic novel to make it into Pride & Prejudice & Zombies; now it’s being looked at as a film, too? Wonders never cease.