First Look at Tales of an Ancient Empire

It's gone through a couple of cast modifications and a change in filming locations since we first heard about it back in April '08, but Tales of an Ancient Empire, Albert Pyun's follow-up to The Sword and the Sorcerer, is finally under way.

Grudge 3 Art & Date

Sony has finally released the artwork for The Grudge 3, the direct-to-DVD sequel helmed by Splinter director Toby Wilkins. The only extras on the DVD will be two making-of featurettes and deleted scenes when the disc streets on March 24th.

Myriad & Studio 407 Announce Night Projectionist

Studio 407 and Myriad Pictures already have their next planned collaboration while development on Hybrid continues: The Night Projectionist, according to Variety.

Mosey on Down to Raptor Ranch

They're not just raising cattle in Texas. They're raising 70 million years of prehistoric terror. Move over Jurassic Park; here's come Raptor Ranch! Yee-Haw!

Two Clips from Dead Snow!

Those sickos over at Twitch Film are kicking off 2009 with two clips from the snowboarding/zombie film Dead Snow, which is premiering at this year's Sundance! Does it look as good as you had hoped? Better? Worse? Watch 'em both and discuss below!

Final Autopsy Poster

The rather snazzy poster for Adam Gierasch's medical-themed horror film Autopsy appeared online recently, and you can treat your eyeballs to it below.

Happy New Year 2009!

We here at Dread Central would like to take a few moments to wish you all the very best 2009. From our readers to our colleagues, it's been our pleasure working with you and for you. 2008 kicked a lot of ass and we have no doubt 2009 will be even better!

Quench Your Thirst with Tentacle Grape!

Tired of Red Bull and all its various knock-offs? Looking for something a little different to wet your whistle and recharge your battery? Why not try some Tentacle Grape?

Night of the Living Dead Megos Now Shipping!

You guys might recall that back in March we showed off one of the coolest products from the guys who run Evilshop, the Mego Night o

International Horsemen Poster

Below you can see the international poster for The Horsemen, one of the first original products of Platinum Dunes. For whatever reason it’s getting no love from its U.S. distributor, Rogue Pictures, so we still have no idea when it’ll be out here, but the Italians are all over it!

Attack of the Giant Leeches Redux Date & Art

Not to worry, oh lovers of cheesy B-cinema everywhere, we wouldn’t let 2008 come to a close without adding some last-minute cheese garnish to the year. Not that this year hasn’t been rife with news on low budget cinema masterpieces waiting to happen, but not nearly enough of them have had to do with giant leeches!

First My Bloody Valentine 3D Clip

The boys and girls over at MTV’s Movie Blog just got their chapped hands on the first clip from My Bloody Valentine 3D, which is in theaters on January 16th (get your tickets now!). The clip is obviously not in 3D, but if you squint really hard and spin around a few times, it may pop out at you or something...

Repo! Road Tour 3 Tickets on Sale!

Hey, all you who want to sing along with the movies! The tickets for the third and final leg of the Repo! Road Tour are finally available, so get your ass over to the event’s official site and get yours now! This will be the last chance you may ever get to see Repo! The Genetic Opera on the big screen with director Darren Bousman on hand to answer your questions!

Von Trier's Antichrist in Post; More Plot Details!

While doing a random check on the status of Lars von Trier’s Antichrist, we came across some intel that the film is now in post production and eyeballing a release date of September 11th, 2009, though it’s not clear if that’s in the U.S. or von Trier’s native Denmark.

Deon Taylor Tells Us Nite Tales

You’ve been waiting for it; finally another film from the creative mind of Deon Taylor (producer of Chain Letter) is upon us; the sorta-anthology Nite Tales! I say “sorta” because there are only two stories here so I guess it’s more of a normal film broken up into two parts?