We knew that Anchor Bay’s release of Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (review) was going to be limited, but until now the assumption was that, come March 16th, we’d have to just hope it was
The kind, gentle souls over at Anchor Bay Entertainment have given Dread Central the exclusive first look at the cover art for the infamous "lost" Don Coscarelli movie, Survival Quest, which they will
Last Saturday some of us at Dread Central got a peek at *ahem* a number of things including a certain new indie horror movie that piqued our interest. It centers around a haunted house that is wired w
The kind folks over at After Dark Films have finally supplied us with some new pics from Jim (Jason X) Isaac’s long-delayed werewolf film, Skinwalkers, which is in theaters March 30th. Skinwalkers tel
With the second animated movie set to premiere this weekend on The Cartoon Network, now is as good a time as any to sit down and chat with Hellboy himself, Ron Perlman. The LA Times did just that and found out that his next turn as Big Red will be on us before he likely knows it.
After the mess that was Lady in the Water it’s difficult for me to get excited about a new M. Night movie. Especially one that focuses on a family dealing with an environmental threat... Variety sa
It's time. Ash has travelled across the ages, warping reality ... and pretty much making things up as he goes. He's battled back an army of Deadites wherever they've reared their decaying, blood spl
Last Saturday Debi, Uncle Creepy and myself set forth to bring buckets of culture to the USF campus in Tampa, Florida.
Bryan is your friend. Bryan is sane. He wants nothing but the best for you. You see, as the title implies, Bryan Loves You. The folks behind the indie movie Bryan Loves You just dropped us a line with three (count ‘em three!) new posters for the film (check ‘em out below) as well as the exclusive news that a tagline has been chosen for the movie; "Meet Bryan, please. Bryan is good." Now if that’s not ominous, I don’t know the meaning of the word! Which I do!
We got an e-mail today from director Lola Wallace informing us about her newest feature, Ghoulde Creek, which was co-written by Lola and Tom Devlin. The talented duo will also be getting some help fro
Gregory Lamberson is back in the director's chair, and he's bringing a hottie with him. The Slime City scribe and helmer is working on a new project based on his new book Johnny Gruesome. There's lots
It's official: Hell has frozen over. Spanish madman Alex de la Iglesia (the warped genius behind Day of the Beast and Perdita Durango) is hard at work on his English-language debut... and he's no longer going for laughs.
Well, the month of suck is finally over. A horror movie (of sorts) every week for the entire month of February and not a one worth remembering come this time next year. So of course we had to dig
I would really like to know why it always seems the guys with the money to get the films made are almost always the ones with little to no clue as to what makes a movie good. Luckily Phillip de Bassi and Byron Willinger are all done with pitch meetings to clueless producers to get their version of Milton’s Paradise Lost on the big screen, as a producer who’s always wanted to see it done, Vincent Newman, eventually met the duo.
Remember a while back (here specifically) we told you about the horror screenplay competition that Slamdance would be hosting this year, with the promise that whatever screenplay won would actually se