Could it be true? You bet your ass it is, and what do you care that it’s all in Spanish? The show will tentatively kick off on April 25th, and the producers have promised they’ll get the shows on YouTube as early as possible after their airdate. Check out two promos for it below!
Yesterday we got the word on Diary and Night of the Living Dead DVD dates. This morning we pointed you to the first look at the art. Now Dread Central can exclusively tell you what will be on both discs!
Well it’s about damn time. Fangoria got word today that the Weinsteins have finally set a release date for Greg McLean’s killer croc opus, Rogue, but you won’t be happy with its theater count…
Following up on the news we shared with you yesterday, those undead freaks over at Zombie Friends got the first look at both the Diary of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead: 40th Anniversary Edition this morning. No, it’s not a joke; the NotLD cover really is that dull.
Are we going to have another Doom on our hands with the Gears of War movie? I kinda hope so, just with a tiny bit more intelligence. Sorry, I thought Doom was fun, sue me.
The North American distribution rights for Vincenzo Natali’s Splice have been scooped up by Senator International, who will also release the film in Germany and Spain according to this morning’s Variety.
The first Feast (review) was a good time at the movies, if you were lucky enough to catch its limited screening. It was a perfect mixture of comedy, ultra violence and total tastelessness. We need more of that.
I have absolutely no idea why I even pay for cable since I never have time to watch it, but this writer may have to make an exception when NBC airs the reincarnation of Masters of Horror known as "Fear Itself" this summer ... or maybe not.
UPDATE: Ah! I was off. The two-disc set isn't going to use some sort of ocular play on words to help push the DVD. Fangoria just put up the artwork for the upcoming release (seen to the right) and the new art for The Eye 3.
If you haven’t yet checked out Frank Sudol’s City of Rott (review), you really don’t know what you're missing. I won’t tell you about it now; just check out the review and see what I mean.
Devils, pies, sorority girls, murder and Tiffany Shepis... Ah, it sounds like the ultimate fantasy for yours truly. But wait, this is a reality thanks to her new partnership (Nightmare Works SKG) with Rolfe Kanefsky and Esther Goodstein.
It’s always annoying for us in this business when we see a really cool indie film and have no way of telling you guys how to enjoy it as well. Such is not the case for The Grand Horror (review), however, because its creators have finally gotten it onto DVD. Rejoice!
You may recall that a few months back we did a story about Tim Sullivan (2001 Maniacs, Driftwood) making first mention of a new film he was working on called Clowns ("Sullivan Talks Clowns, Blood” – December 2007).
I know it’s been a while since Fear Fest, but most of us had the shit beaten out of us at the show (well worth it), and it took us a while to recover. Here is some evidence of that recovery: the first of a few on-camera interviews conducted by Clint McCrocklin, a good friend of the site.
No joke, these are the horror DVDs you'll be able to purchase come Tuesday, April 1st, 2008...