Dave Fincher’s upcoming serial killer opus, Zodiac, is at the top of a lot of "must-see" lists mainly because... well, it’s David Fincher and he fucking rocks. Though I’m not entirely thrilled with th
Tomorrow night’s episode of Masters of Horror, the Brad Anderson-helmed "Sounds Like," is unlike any Masters you’ve seen before. It’s dark and serious and will likely leave you feeling emotionally dra
I’m sure as you sat on your couch, riveted to the screen during the three-day run of Stephen King’s last mini-series, Rose Red, you couldn’t help but wonder just where the writer got his wacky idea fo
From the star of one of the most successful horror re-envisionings in recent memory to a bloodsucking fiend of the highest societal standing; no one can accuse Andrew Bryniarski of not having range.
Warner Bros just doesn’t learn, does it? Right here is a perfect example why just a few guys in suits making the decision of what works and what doesn’t is why most studio movies suck. A lot. In t
I almost passed up a news item on Twitch Films about yet another low budget zombie flick on the horizon, but then I saw the name David A. Prior listed as the filmmaker and immediately knew this was a
We’re giving it all to ya anyway, hard and fast, cause that’s just how we roll. The kind folks at Fox Atomic were nice enough to digitize their entire EPK (that’s Electronic Press Kit to you, bub)
Just got a heads up from Brian Corder, director of the upcoming indie horror flick Carnies, that the first teaser trailer has made its way online via the sickos over at Toxic TV. Doug Jones, Chris Stvaiski, Dave Markham and Reggie Bannister star in this twisted tale of murder and mayhem at a travailing carnival during the 1940’s.
Though the original plan to have directors get out there and discuss their movies with fans in some of the larger markets for this weekend’s After Dark HorrorFest didn’t go quite as smoothly as all ha
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has scheduled a January 23rd DVD release for Night Skies, a sci-fi/horror film I've been waiting to finally see the light of day. Directed by Cemetery Gates' Roy Knyri
So now that Joel Schumacher has a cast in place for his first horror film in many years, the question is if he still has it in him to pull off a truly scary movie. Unfortunately the film in questio
One of the coolest aspects of my recent trip out to London for the set of 28 Weeks Later had absolutely nothing to do with the movie; it was what went on in the hours we weren’t on set seeing the infected fuck shit up.
Word has come down via the beasts of Fangoria about two new trailers which we think you may find interesting. The first is for the new movie from Jon (American Nightmare) Keeyes, Fall Down Dead, a
I’ve said it before, I will say it again; this is what I’m talking about!
The American Film Market in Santa Monica is like Christmas for the movie industry: You never know what great titles will pop out of the woodwork. This year over 800 films were screened for distributors, quite a few of them horror. Dread Central was on hand for the week-long extravaganza, braving the ice-cold stares of exhibitors and studios to catch the new hot genre titles. The following is a mini wrap-up of the event brought to you by insomnia and SoBe™ brand energy drink. Enjoy!