British horror is making a comeback here in the US. Over the past few years we've seen some great films from the UK (surprisingly ... considering the state of Hollywood) getting wide releases in theaters nationwide. Even more refreshing is that some studios are actually making an effort to promote the films ("4 Till Doomsday" - July 26th, 2007).
Reporting in from Comic-Con, Andrew Kasch confirmed what Frank Darabont alluded to in an interview with Lilja's Library some months back: He has indeed signed on for adaptations of the two Stephen Ki
Check it out; Lionsgate just sent out a much better look at the Saw IV teaser poster that was first seen at Comic Con a few days back; obviously they’re not going with the Tobin Bell’s head poster as
If I weren’t married or if I were in one of those “open marriages” (something that I really don’t think can exist, but that’s neither here nor there) and had a thing for stalking celebrities, I think
Video Watchdog guru Tim Lucas is finally unveiling his until-now mythical tome on the work of Italian maestro Mario Bava. Bava, as you better know, was the director behind classics such as Black Sunda
Man, a lot of changes have come down as to when you’re going to see the most anticipated horror films of the near future according to Box Office Mojo. Not sure why it’s happened all of a sudden, but the dates they are a changin'.
IGN Movies got the word via Comic-Con, where all words are coming from for the next few days, that the official dates and specs have been solidified for the separate DVD release of both movies feature
Who would’ve thought that the day would come when we’d have two news stories on Dread Central about musicals? Fucked up. But it’s a good thing in both cases, especially here with AICN nabbing the
Ah, the news has been all over the place, but we kept skipping it. Sorry for that; just want to make sure this is out there to as many people as possible because Repo! The Genetic Opera is one of my m
Know how you can tell when a project has staying power? When decades after its release people are still talking about it.
Ah, Grindhouse films. As evidenced by Eli Roth, Edgar Wright, and Rob Zombie, even fake trailers for these now classics can be as fun as seeing the film itself. So much so that Nucleus Films is releas
If you're like me, you remember Peter Jackson's good old days. While the Rings trilogy is an epic piece of filmmaking, I still prefer the time he spent piling on the red stuff with Bad Taste and Dead Alive (aka Brain Dead for you purists out there).
We just got some text messages in from Nomad who is attending the San Diego Comic-Con. Zombie fans ... get happy!
More news fresh from Value at the San Diego Comic Con. This time it involves the upcoming torture porn sequel Saw IV ("Another Saw IV Poster" - July 26, 2007). It seems that the MPAA was not too pleas
Clive Barker is coming back to the horror genre in a big way this year. The master of torture has one project after another on his slate with the latest being Midnight Meat Train ("New Meat Train Pic"