One of Beyond Hollywood's readers sent in the new poster for Dominic Sena's adaption of the comic book Whiteout. The pic stars Kate Beckinsale as a U.S.
UPDATE: Here is a bit of a problem: STYD says the source who sent them the plot below is reliable, but Bloody Disgusting has a trusted source as well who states the synopsis is old and bogus. Who do we believe?! BD's informant says, "BS... there are no giant bats and no legion of zombies. Simon is not the lead in the film, it's Trevor!" Guess we play the waiting game now.
Can you say ABOUT TIME? After a very long hiatus, THE BUZ is FINALLY back. If you don't remember THE BUZ, you should be head shotted. But because it has been nearly a year since the last one, I'll forgive you if you don't remember. In any case I apologize for the long wait to my adoring five fans. The film that is in this month's crosshairs is my personal favorite: ALIEN. Hope everyone LOL's and ROFFLES. Look for next month's THE BUZ: Teh L0st B0ys.
This past weekend saw the release of not only the year’s best horror film, but the finest creature feature since The Thing. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? A little movie called The Mist from this guy named Stephen King. Many of us have been waiting a few decades for it. Regardless, I’m willing to bet a lot of you haven’t even seen it. And it’s hard to fault you for that.
A small but eclectic list of DVD releases for your post-Turkey pleasure this Tuesday, November 27th...
A few weeks back we first told you about Chain Letter, a new horror film coming from the sickos at Twisted Pictures that will star Michael Bailey Smith (The Hills Have Eyes) as a very vicious serial killer.
After many delays, numerous title changes and years of head-scratching trying to figure out just what Wicker Man director Robin Hardy was doing, his next film is finally going to get in front of cameras this March according to IGN.
It’s been just over a year since the Norwegian horror film Cold Prey was first mentioned on Dread Central (“Dread Central at AFM!” – November 2006), and it’s just now getting around to being released here in the sates.
"The touching story of drunken superheroes battling a seemingly unbeatable zombie menace", that's how filmmaker Jeffrey Ebright describes his upcoming flick The League of Extraordinary Alcoholics VS. The Horde of Really Creepy Undead Zombie Flesh Eaters. Yes, that is the actual title.
Lionsgate has announced the DVD date for Saw IV, after very little waiting on our part; January 22nd, 2008.
I can’t say how good Ryan Nicholson’s follow-up to Live Feed, the horror/comedy Gutterballs, is going to be yet since we haven’t seen much from it, but their hearts are sure in the right place.
There are a short list of international horror films out there that we’re really anxious to see here at Dread and [REC] (review) is definitely near the top of that list.
Since it’s Black Friday, I guess this is an appropriate time to discuss Black Friday the movie, eh? A horror movie by horror fans for horror fans; we’ve all heard that one before, but how often does it actually feel that way when we sit down to see the final product?
While it’s not something I’m able to follow or appreciate as much as others, I still understand the importance of music in film, especially horror movies. That’s why, to me, who is chosen to compose a film’s score is a good indication of what we can look forward to from the movie itself.
It was bound to happen sooner or later: Sasquatch vs. Yeti. I don't believe the humongous hairy hominid of forest and swamplands and his frosty Himalayan cousin have ever actually met on film - until now. As evidenced by the film's title, I'm guessing they're not on speaking terms.