Indeed, this is a much cooler poster for Borderland, one of the 8 Films to Die For that hit theaters starting this Friday, November 9th, and running to November 18th. Borderland is based on true events and concerns a group of college kids who get mixed up with the very, very wrong crowd while travelling through Mexico. Check out the new poster below, and keep your eyes open for my interview with Borderland director Zev Berman later this week!
Over the weekend The Hollywood Reporter had some good news and more plot details for Chan-Wook Park’s upcoming vampire movie, Bakjwi, which of course came from the madness of AFM. That explains why we missed it till now...
So we’ve all been over-geeking about Romero turning around and instantly returning to the Diary of the Dead (review) characters and situations, since during AFM it was all over that Diary of the Dead 2 was definitely happening.
A quick rundown of a whopping total of three horror films being looked at during AFM showed up in The Hollywood Reporter this morning, in which mention was made of a possible deal for Stuart Gordon’s Stuck, so I thought you guys’d like to hear about it.
Your long awaited chance to get those bug-eyed bastards back for their incessant anal-probing is nearly at hand as Midway Games' latest alien blast-a-thon has officially gone gold for the PC and Xbox360!
Out of all of Sideshow Toys' 12-inch figure series, their Dead line is without a doubt my all-time favorite. How can you not love kickass looking fully articulated zombies?
If you didn't know by now, many of us here at Dread Central are very pumped about Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem. Buz, Andrew Kasch and myself have been waiting for someone to get it right ever since a certain director caused mass nerd hysteria with the first AVP movie ("Dinner for Aliens & Predators").
I've never been a big fan of subways. Once in DC I was almost shanked by a George W. Bush impersonator after I made the mistake of offering him 13 souls in exchange for ending the war in Iraq. They were good souls too! OK, maybe not ... most of them came from super-depressed MySpace users, but it was a bargain nonetheless.
Issue #73 November 2007 It’s really hard to follow up on something like Rue Morgue’s last issue, their 10th anniversary celebration as well as a focus on all things The Thing. But they don’t get a break for a few more months, so the best thing to do is focus on what could be the next best thing in horror; The Mist
If you saw Dragon Wars and thought it was absolute garbage with zero redeeming values, filmmaking at its crappiest, you would be correct. But if you are like me and found the film to be a lot of fun in the same vein as a 1970's era Godzilla flick, then you would also be correct. It is indeed both; a modern day Godzilla vs.
It looks like the creepy kid fad isn't going to die yet, but maybe the little bastards will actually get better with age ... and direct-to-video releases.
Though a lot of you out there may not have nabbed Steven Mena’s Malevolence (review) when it came out a few years back, you’ve got a damn good reason to check out its prequel, Malevolence 2: Bereavement, when it comes out sometime next year. What reason would that be, you ask? Michael freakin’ Biehn.
Even though Halloween is over, the DVD list stays huge. Check out the releases for Tuesday, November 6th, 2007... Blood Car (2007) Directed by Alex Orr
The updates for Fear Fest are just getting more and more bizarre if you ask me, but I can’t say that there won’t be something for everyone this year! In addition to our big name guests like Robert Englund, Neil Marshall and Tom Holland; in addition to the rock and roll we have planned to do the show right; in addition to the screenings for Fright Night and A Nightmare on Elm Street, you now get the one, the only ... Troll 2!
The Weinstein Company continued to make sure that very few horror films slip through their grasp this weekend with the acquisition of three movies from French sales house The Wild Bunch, according to a story in Daily Variety.