It’s been a long time since any of us have been scared. Odd, since we make a business out of watching things that are meant for the sole purpose of freaking people out then, isn’t it?
Jonathan King is a badass director. If you’ve not see Black Sheep yet, I don’t expect an enthusiastic "Hell yeah!" from ya when you read that, but I do expect you to take the comment to heart and get the damn movie on DVD. C'mon, the Weinsteins went through all that trouble to release it; you're not going to just let it sit on shelf somewhere, are you?
It takes a special kind of film to borrow from a Poison ballad for its tagline. Teeth is a very special film indeed, the first (that I know of) about a girl who realizes she has teeth in her vagina and the power it gives her over the male of the species.
Whether you're willing to admit it or not, the Internet is going to be the future of all media. Right now we can watch nearly any TV show or movie or listen to any song we want to on the World Wide Web, and it's only going to keep growing. The series of tubes is also a great launching ground for many who want to break into the entertainment business, like with Internet radio.
It’s kind of strange to see a film shot in English by a Spanish director, only for it to be dubbed in Spanish for the sake of trailer-izing it, but such is the case for the latest from Alex de la Iglesia (Day of the Beast), The Oxford Murders. The trailer, which you can see below, comes to you courtesy of Cinema VIP and is the first proper look at the long-awaited horror/mystery.
When it comes to scoring horror films these days, few names are as instantly recognizable as Marco Beltrami. Over the years the man has created original scores for fright flicks like the Scream trilogy, The Omen, Hellboy, Joy Ride, Mimic ... the list goes on and on.
This Friday, November 23rd, [REC] (review) will finally arrive in Spanish cinemas. Early word is that it’s going to scare a shitload of people; hell, they’re even showing audience reaction in one of three TV spots that were just put up on Aullidos!
Wow, it feels like a few years ago all over again this morning. The Hollywood Reporter got word that David R. Ellis (Snakes on a Plane) will return to the Final Destination franchise for the fourth movie in the series for New Line, which they plan on shooting in 3-D.
Are you tired of not being able to fly around the world to be part of the film festival experience? Do you wish to have your work shown to millions of people across the globe without having to pay hefty entrance fees and deal with all the B.S. politics? Then we’ve got some badass news for you today.
Today it was verified that Christopher Smith, director of Creep and Severance, two very different movies in terms of tone and attitude, will be next working on a feature called Triangle.
I’ll make this short and to the point: As promised, a high-quality version of the new Cloverfield trailer has shown up online, and Empire is the one who nabbed it. Check it out right here, and be on the lookout for monsters; there are quite a few shots of them, big and small!
It’s been five months since Glenn McQuaid’s 18th Century period horror film I Sell the Dead has been in front of cameras, but over the weekend we learned that finally all is back in place to continue making what promises to be the most interesting of Larry Fessenden’s Scareflix film lineup to date.
Not a lot of good will be out on Tuesday, November 20th, but then you'll be too tired from all the turkey to care...
One thing, I think, that’s always set Dread Central apart from our fellow horror sites is our focus on horror in literature. I would venture to guess, of all the general horror news sites out there, we have more book reviews and stories about books than most. It’s something I’ve always been proud of, even though at times it was a struggle to keep such coverage alive.
For those of you who have never had the occasion to visit Dark Delicacies in Burbank, California, you really don’t know what you’re missing. It’s been years since I was there, but I remember it as the kind of shop I could see myself spending hours in and was very glad it wasn’t any closer to my home otherwise I’d be a very poor man in no time.