Anyone who has seen Wrong Turn 2 or Hatchet is very familiar with the names Joe Lynch and Adam Green. Part of what makes these two young filmmakers so credible within the horror genre is that first and foremost they are fans. They live it. They breathe it. They're two of our own. When the two of them get together, good things happen. Good and pretty damned funny!
I may not be the biggest fan of Tim Burton, but the thought of his style used to populate Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland does tickle my interest. Regardless of my opinion of the filmmaker, the news that came down today about Alice in Wonderland's recent cast made this a must see.
I must confess that I've never seen the original 1983 House on Sorority Row so I cannot fully feign contempt for the remake soon going into production other than my usual ongoing annoyance with Hollywood's war on originality. Things are shaping up for the remake with the announcement that Step Up 2 The Streets hotty Briana Evigan has signed on to play the lead.
During the recent Monster Mania convention, when we gave you guys the first look at Craig Singer’s Perkins’ 14, we started hearing that former Misfits frontman Michale Graves’ role in the film wasn’t just a glorified cameo like we had assumed, but actually a real acting part.
All right, a werewolf story! No one told me Timo Rose’s follow-up to Barricade was a freakin’ werewolf story! It’s called Beast, and today a source close to its production sent us a look at the film’s poster and some behind-the-scenes shots from the set, which you can feast upon below!
All right, you uncultured fiends, bust out your Playbills and clove cigarettes. Dread Central is taking you to the opera!
There have been rumors about a new Candyman movie, be it remake or sequel, since the last film crawled its way to home video almost 10 years ago. Most recently a remake has been the talk of the town, with one theory being that Sony wanted to make Candyman a white boy, as insane and missing-the-point as that idea would be.
After numerous delays, directorial changes, and times when it seemed like it’d be better to just not make the movie at all, Clock Tower is finally getting ready to go in front of cameras this November in Los Angeles. Variety reports that it has even found itself a lead: Brittany Snow.
According to a story on THR this morning, the latest novel from Beautiful Lies author Lisa Unger, Black Out, has been optioned for big screen treatment by long-time Martin Scorsese producer Barbara De DeFina as well as Austin Chick and Andrew Kletjian.
Val Kilmer, Patrick Muldoon, and Armand Assante are three men with one thing in common: They’ve all joined the cast of an indie thriller called The Steam Experiment, a new directorial project for prolific producer Philippe Martinez according to THR.
If ya missed out on Feast (review) and want to get up to speed before the sequel to John Gulager's hilarious and bloody flick hits stores on October 7th, then Amazon has a deal for your.
Don't go messing around in the Florida swamps. Trust me here; I've got a bullet in my leg and gator bite marks to prove it's just a bad idea. Though ... I would risk it all again if it guaranteed a supernatural experience.
It’s been a long time since there’s been any movement on Kevin Smith’s first foray into horror, Red State and for a while there we began to think maybe the project was DOA.
J.T. Petty’s Old West monster movie, The Burrowers, premieres tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival, and damn I wish I could be there for it. I’ve been looking forward to this flick since the moment it was announced!
Child’s Play: 20th Birthday Edition (review) hits DVD today, and if you’re still on the fence about getting it, maybe this clip from one of the DVD's special features will help? It better, sucker; we went through a lot to get this for you!