While sifting through the wonderful place known as the Internet, we came across something exciting at DVDActive: the 28 Weeks Later (review) DVD art! It isn't anything flashy, but the amount of red an
After the sneak peek at Adam Green’s follow-up to Hatchet, the slow burn psycho drama Spiral (review), Green took the stage at Fantasia for the usual Q&A that follows the films, and even though he was
I’ve been going back and forth with a reader named Rob about this, and it’s almost as if JJ Abrams was reading our e-mails.... which, knowing his works, wouldn't surprise me too much. He's sneaky lik
Word came down this morning from Variety that the Fantasy Filmfest has just announced its lineup for this year, and featured among its 77 films are 8, count ‘em 8, world premiere movies. Specifica
Last week Fangoria got word from The Rockville Slayer director Marc Selz about his newest project titled Satanic Panic. Salz started shooting his newest picture on June 2nd in Rochelle, Illinois, and all has been going well since.
In space no one can hear you say, "Goddamnit! We ran out of Mountain Dew!" Well, maybe the other crew mates on your ship would, but by that time they have probably already gone space crazy and are hid
Finally a real, high quality version of the teaser trailer for the JJ Abrams-produced monster movie tentatively being called Cloverfield (that’s a mouthful) is online. If you didn’t see Transformers y
It seems as if everyone nowadays is having its own film festival, and I say the more the merrier! There's a lot of talent out there in the indie scene and abroad. Anytime Dread Central gets the chance
According to Variety today the remake of The Creature from the Black Lagoon has entered the pre-production phase with the fine folks at Strike (Dawn of the Dead 2004 and Slither) Entertainment serving as the production company.
So the guys who made Bryan Loves You, the movie about a cult who took over a small town in Arizona that stars George Wendt and Tony Todd, must have either hit a nerve with a group of people or are tying to play it out like that for media purposes. Either way it’s a pretty smart tactic to get attention.
Remember that little flick we've been telling you about for months, The Telephone (review here)? For those who don't, this slice of Bava-esque love comes courtesy of Black Sunday Films and is now
Oooooh, yes, this I like a lot. It’s simple, it’s effective, and it doesn’t try and tell you the movie is about anything other than a giant crocodile terrorizing people. It’s also got just enough of a Jaws feel to it to give it insta-cred. But man, whoever came up with that tagline should loose their job. Ugh.
Though most looking into the life of Craig Shaw Gardner, and specifically his extensive bibliography, would question his inclusion in Dreadtime Stories, meant as a showcase for horror authors, they would be asking the wrong question. The right question is why aren’t more people giving this master wordslinger more attention? He’s written more amazing short horror stories than you’ve probably even thought of so not only does he earn a place in Dreadtime Stories, we could almost do a whole other series for his short horror work alone.