All right, we’re finally getting down to the nitty gritty casting for the Platinum Dunes remake of Friday the 13th, which starts rolling in Austin, TX on April 21st. Variety got word this morning that former “O.C.” starlet Amanda Righetti is in final negotiations to take on the lead in the Marcus Nispel-helmed redux.
Good old Lionsgate; their DVD division can always be counted on to provide us with a constant supply of low budget fright flicks. Today I decided to help spread the word about six of the more low profile Lionsgate straight-to-DVD horror offerings coming in the next three months, starting from June and working backwards. Good news: none of them are new movies from Ulli Lommel.
I’m not exaggerating when I say that Monster-Mania is one of the best run convention series in the world. I feel that since I cover around 8 conventions a year, I’m qualified to say this! At every show I like to talk to vendors and celebs alike to see who is doing well and what their experiences are like. It’s the suit in me.
Jackie Estacado is the heir to The Darkness, a power allowing him to create things out of the purest black of night…things that often bite. Though Jackie often leans toward the side of good, he is by no means a white hat. Jackie works with a powerful crime family as its most lethal weapon against their enemies. When he’s sent in, nothing is left but pulp.
We haven't done much coverage of the CBS series "Moonlight" other than Melissa's Look at the Moonlight Premiere, but it seems to have developed quite a loyal fanbase.
Now this is what I’m talking about; Fangoria got word from TLA Releasing today that they’re finally getting the Pakistani horror film Hell’s Ground (review) onto DVD this June 24th!
Though it’s only got a German release to date, Jennifer Lynch’s follow-up to Boxing Helena (15 years later), Surveillance, finally has a trailer online, and the boys at AITH got a look at it today. Lynch, daughter of David, directed the film about an FBI agent who is hunting a serial killer with the help of three potential victims, all of whom have wildly different stories to tell.
I purposely avoided doing any story on this new C.H.U.D. remake rumor that showed up yesterday because A) it was April Fool’s Day and B) we’ve been burned by C.H.U.D. stuff before. This morning, though, B-D has a chat up with the writers of the upcoming remake, Ian Malone and Andrew Goring, so we're going forward assuming it's all legit.
In case anyone was wondering about the progress of The Descent 2, today a pretty clear indication that things are moving forward came to us via Upcoming Film Scores.
Though I’m no fan of vampires, I have to say the basic concept of Last Blood is pretty cool. The indie comic is now in the hands of Benderspink, who will be adapting it for the big screen in the coming months according to Variety this morning.
It’s been a while since we heard much from the After Dark camp regarding Frontier(s), the film that was originally going to be one of the 8 Films to Die For until they couldn’t bring in an R rating. Luckily, their silence was due to hard work on their side building promo materials for the film!
Been a long day? On the outs with your honey during the zombie apocalypse? Got some red on you? Time to knock back a few cold ones! Drown your sorrows in style by heading over to our EVILSHOP and getting yourself a 16 oz. glass from everyone's favorite zombie shelter, the Winchester Pub!
Could it be true? You bet your ass it is, and what do you care that it’s all in Spanish? The show will tentatively kick off on April 25th, and the producers have promised they’ll get the shows on YouTube as early as possible after their airdate. Check out two promos for it below!
Yesterday we got the word on Diary and Night of the Living Dead DVD dates. This morning we pointed you to the first look at the art. Now Dread Central can exclusively tell you what will be on both discs!
Well it’s about damn time. Fangoria got word today that the Weinsteins have finally set a release date for Greg McLean’s killer croc opus, Rogue, but you won’t be happy with its theater count…