The first bit of casting news has come down for the upcoming remake of the Fillipino horror hit, Sigaw, which has been retitled The Echo here for good reason.
Another cool-sounding zombie film that has, for whatever reason, not managed to find any distro in our country is making news today because of its sales pretty much everywhere else. Variety is repo
Holy shit, this movie sounds ripe with potential, too! It’s a good morning for interesting projects, it seems.
All right, now this one sounds very interesting....
Just got a heads up from a reader that Your Video Store Shelf has the first look at what I hope and pray is just temp art for Uwe Boll’s Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance. Not that we should be expecting anyt
Over the weekend we got dropped a line from director Ron Carlson about his latest feature, Pearblossom, which we first told you about right here. You’ll recall from that article that one half of t
The time is here! Yes, the hour has come to unleash our newest feature here at Dread Central -- Splattrax!
I know this news is going to appeal to about two of you, but if you’re one of those two you’ll likely be very happy about this… The official site for Hideo (The Ring) Nakata’s latest film, L, is no
Know what my favorite part of the summer is? Waiting for it to end. Why? Because that will mean Halloween is right around the corner! So what will you be? Who will you emulate? You could always sha
Variety got word this morning that the Ed Gorman novel The Poker Club is getting the film adaptation treatment, courtesy of a script by Cemetery Dance co-founders Richard Chizmar and Jonathan Schaech.
In my neverending quest to bring you information about the oddest, schlockiest horror movies coming down the pike, I give you... VAMPIRE CHICKS WITH CHAINSAWS "All the myths about vampires are j
Horror invading your home this Tuesday, June 12th, 2007... Blood & Chocolate (2007) Directed by Katia Van Garnier
Finally you can all stop your bitching about when a new website for Uwe Boll’s Postal will be online. I know it’s been a long wait, you’ve been promised a lot, but now, today, finally, the website is
I question if anyone still cares about a remake of A Tale of Two Sisters nowadays, when J-horror (and yes, I know it's technically K-horror) finally seems to have run it’s course with US audiences, but I guess it depends on if they can make it as good as the original.
Not a big slice of news, but Davis DVD, who tend to be more reliable than not, learned the Genius Entertainment have plans to release Quentin Tarrantino’s half of Grindhouse (review) this fall. De