If you’ve been waiting as long as I have for word on My Name is Bruce, breathe yourself a sigh of relief; the wait is over. Finally Dark Horse Entertainment is getting the film ready to make its way to theaters this October, and a sequel is being worked on as you read this!
The last update we had on some kind of release for Richard Kelly's The Box gave a somewhat reasonable date of March 20th, 2009 for its theatrical bow. So, of course, that appears to have changed.
Halo-8 Entertainment has announced its acquisition of James Tucker’s Pink Eye this morning, according to THR.
Rockworld.TV is currently hosting a new video where director Jake West updates us on the production of his new horror/comedy Doghouse (official webpage). Doghouse introduces us to Danny, who is "handling his divorce badly. He’s depressed. Gone to pieces. But his mates aren’t giving up on him. Struggling with their own mid-life troubles, they drag him off for a boy’s weekend in the country...
The official site for the second theatrical installment of The X-Files has been updated to include a sweet widget and ringtones for your phone.
During the recent Weekend of Horrors I met up with effects man Brian Spears (I Sell the Dead, Plague Town), who gave me a heads up that he had done some work for The Black Dahlia Murder on a video for their song “Everything Went Black”. Cool, right, but why the hell should you care?
This week’s Fear Itself episode promises to be the best one yet, if for no other reason than because it’s helmed by An American Werewolf in London director John Landis! It’s called “In Sickness & In Health”, and Landis intro’d a clip of the show just for Dread Central readers! Check it out below, and catch Fear Itself every Thursday night at 10/9c on NBC!
I guess we can take it as a good sign that the folks at Senator Distribution are finally going to be releasing All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (review) sometime soon since they finally came up with a new poster for the film, right?
We recently gave you the first word that the sickos behind The Scream Factory would be showing off their wares at this weekend’s Wizard World Chicago. Today we got word on just what one of those wares will be...
Cinéma-vérité. Reality horror. An unblinking look at terror at its most shaky. Call it what you will, the new trend of shot-on-the-cheap films featuring “found footage” from some horrifying incident or another isn’t going away anytime soon.
A story in Variety regarding Hammer’s upcoming production slate last week must have completely slipped under our radar, but I guess it’s all right that it happen from time to time. We punish ourselves and move on.
I’ve been hearing some mixed things about John Dowdle's Quarantine recently, but I can’t help but be curious how he pulls of this remake of REC (review), one of the most-loved horror films in recent years.
Who knew that a guy who built his fortune selling overpriced shoes to kids who could never truly feel accepted unless they had them was also a big geek? Phil Knight, the king of the Nike empire, took over Will Vinton Studios, most known for the California Raisins, and turned it into Laika a few years back, employing his son Travis as one of the lead animators.
Okay, by a show of hands ... who is ready for more tourists getting sliced up because they meandered into the waiting clutches of foreign psychos? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
Sorry it's so late, folks, but there's lots of horror DVDs to choose from coming your way this Tuesday, June 24th, so I hope you’ve been saving your cash! Cannibal Terror (1980) Directed by Alain Deruelle