Exclusive: Coraline Art for the Letter D!

The producers behind Coraline, Henry Selick’s stop-motion animated adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s book, have provided 26 sites with 26 original pieces of art from the film in the form of the alphabet! Since we’re Dread Central, take a guess what letter we have for you?

Promo Art for Clock Tower Surfaces!

I’m not sure how they came about it, but the folks over at Filmz.ru got their hands on eight promotional one-sheets for Clock Tower, the long-anticipated adaptation of what many consider to be the first survival horror video game.

Baker Talks Wolfman

Rick Baker received the Tesla Award from the International Press Academy on the 14th, and during his speech discussed his work on The Wolfman remake, which he admitted he had no idea why it’s been delayed for almost a full year.

Zombie Returns to Halloween

For those of you who had maybe partially, out of the corner of your eye, been looking forward to Halloween 2 since the guys behind Inside were being circled to handle it, please return to your regularly scheduled angst; Variety has confirmed th

New Fright Rags in Evilshop!

It’s been a long, long, long time since we directed you guys over to Evilshop, but that’s because we’re nice guys. We know the economy isn’t what it used to be and who are we to tell you to spend your money?

Poster for Witch Mountain

The folks over at Trailer Addict just got a look at the poster for the questionable remake Race to Witch Mountain. I call it questionable both because one has to wonder if a remake was necessary and how valid its inclusion on our site is. But it’s here, so you’re just going to have to deal with it, ain’t cha?

New Underworld 3 Poster

For all of us who had been waiting for a really cool, werewolf-centric poster for Underworld: Rise of the Lycans ... I guess we'll just have to wait a bit longer and deal with this, instead. How disappointing.

First Look at Dante's Inferno

Not too long ago we made mention of Universal scooping up the film rights for the upcoming EA Games offering, Dante’s Inferno. Well, at Spike’s Video Game Awards the game was confirmed and Spike got their hands on an exclusive trailer for it, which you can now check out below!

DVD Releases: Death Comes in Blu

A very small list of horror DVDs are coming your way this Tuesday, December 16th. Almost makes you wonder why the even bother on such a scant week, doesn’t it?

Darkest Evil Becomes Dunwich, First Trailer!

It was back in April when I first told you about production beginning on The Darkest Evil, a new adaptation of Lovecraft's classic tale The Dunwich Horror starring Jeffrey Combs. Today we bring you the exclusive first trailer from this Lovecraftian horror!

The Birds Barbie is Here!

I know you’ve all been waiting not so patiently since we first announced that Mattel was making a Birds Barbie, so I’m happy to inform you that she’s finally here! Click here or on the image below to order The Birds Barbie via Evilshop, then come with theories as to why she’s still smiling despite being attacked by murderous avian!

'Zine Review: Rue Morgue #85

Issue #85 December 2008 As is my tradition, allow me to first point out how incredibly badass the art is for the latest issue of Rue Morgue. Another spectacular piece by Ghoulish Gary Pullin!

Twilight Staked Near Dark, New Moon Director Confirmed

We, as horror fans, actually now have a damn good reason to give thanks to Twilight. According to Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller, the planned remake of Near Dark has been canceled because of it.

Norrington to Reboot Crow Franchise

After taking a self-imposed sabbatical following the “demoralizing” experience of making League of Extraordinary Gentleman, which I felt demoralized just watching, Variety reports that Stephen Norrington is returning to filmmaking with a new film based on James O’Barr’s classic antihero, The Crow.

New Infestation Poster!

The sad truth is we still have no idea what the status is on Kyle Rankin’s follow-up to Battle of Shaker Heights, the giant bug movie Infestation, but when new key art for the film shows up online that’s usually a good sign.