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This July 11th- 24th, the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood will become a true grindhouse -- Italian style! The infamous theater’s got a massive programming schedule of classic spaghetti westerns, crime films, giallos and a lot more, all from Italy’s golden age of cinema!
All right, so our review for Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer isn’t exactly glowing, but don’t worry; that doesn’t mean you’re not going to enjoy it when it comes out. And now we know when that’ll be!
Magnolia Pictures has finally settled on its release plans for Lucky McKee and Trygve Allister Diesen’s Red, an adaptation of the Jack Ketchum novel of the same name.
Who doesn't love movies about nuthouses and angry specters? Ok, maybe that little sissy kid with the Pokemon T-shirt doesn't, but damnit, that doesn't mean the rest of us have to suffer so without further ado, it's time once again to dole out some free stuff!
Between Malevolence and its upcoming sequel, Stevan Mena wrote, produced and directed another flick that has been getting pretty good press and even a DVD release thanks to Anchor Bay. But ... will we get to see the horror mockumentary known as Brutal Massacre on the big screen?
Zombies. You love ‘em, I love ‘em, and yes, even Frontier(s) director Xavier Gens loves ‘em, which is why he’s produced a film called The Horde. Twitch Film managed to pin the man down during the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival, where he gave them the first details about the film.
Joss Whedon is working on so many thing right now, it’s hard to believe he’s actually got time to sit down and be interviewed. But interviewed he was, by MTV most recently, to whom he gave an across-the-board status update on many of his projects.
I know, I know, The Day the Earth Stood Still isn’t exactly horror -- in fact most would argue it’s about as sci-fi as one can get -- but I couldn’t help it; this trailer is actually way better than I expected it to be. Just watch it and feel free to bitch me out below. The remake opens everywhere on December 12th.
Over in the UK Channel 4 is prepping three of the four books in David Peace’s “Red Riding Quartet” for films, all adapted by Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas penner Tony Grisoni, according to Variety. Julian Jarrold, James Marsh and Anand Tucker will direct.
We got word in today that Quiet Earth is the first to view our post-apocalyptic world via an exclusive trailer of Roland Becerra's full length version of Dear Beautiful.
As more news comes out regarding Shrooms (review) director Paddy Breathnach's latest project, I can't help but wonder why the film's name got changed. Now that we have more of the plot details, the original title seems to fit a whole lot better.
For the last few months we here at Dread Central have been working with a group of incredibly talented writers and artists on a new project that we hope is going to change the way the horror community thinks about the undead.
So The Signal (DVD review) has been out on DVD for a while now, and if you’re like any other fan of the film, I’m sure you’ve already plowed through all the extras on the disc to make sure you have the full picture of what it was like to make this groundbreaking indie masterpiece.
To give you guys a taste of what you can look forward to when The Ruins hits DVD tomorrow (read our review here), we’ve got a very sexy exclusive look at one of the many featurettes on the DVD, just for Dread readers. Why? Cause we love you, damnit, and believe that carnivorous plants are the future!