Nothing puts me in a better mood than getting exclusive images from a movie. OK, that mood is even more rich when said pics happen to include lots of nudity and puppets. Today such a dream came true when we got three new images from Black Devil Doll with F/X by Ed Martinez! **WARNING: THESE ARE NOT SAFE FOR WORK!!!**
Author, screenwriter and artist Stephen Romano wants to take us on a trip behind-the-scenes of 101 of the sleaziest films you've never seen! Impossible? Why, no sir! Nothing like this is beyond reach thanks to his new book Shock Festival.
Seeing that Transformers hottie Megan Fox is playing the title character, I wouldn't mind being the one in charge. OK, now that you all are physically sick, we'll move on to the real news about who has been chosen to direct the pic.
Well, shit, I sure am glad I waited to do a story on the official French-language Frontiere(s) site, which showed up online a few days back, since Fangoria just got word that the film will be out in theaters on May 2nd, 2008!
Here in the U.S., we’re lucky if a horror film with monsters and gore gets any kind of decent distribution. Over in Finland, they’re celebrating the fact that they even have a horror film with monsters and gore in a very big way.
We've been talking a lot about Insomnifest this month (“Grief & Gutterballs for Insomnifest” – January 2008), but I think it's time for an official recap of the event.
All right, so we took way too long to get together and talk about Alien Vs. Predator: Requiem (review) but, believe it or not, most of the venom is still very fresh!
Wanna see something cool? Something we’ve been waiting for Condit, the man who makes the magic happen, to finish since the re-design in October? This is for all you guys who don’t have any kind of MP3 listening device but still want to experience Dinner for Fiends, Dreadtime Stories, or any of our audio interviews with horror celebrities.
A nice diversity of titles coming your way this Tuesday, January 8th, 2008...
Wanna see what the Cloverfield monster did before it hit the shores of NYC? Sure you do! This kinda makes makes me wonder if this was reported to the U.S. at all and if so, if it was seen by the partygoers who are getting down when the Big Apple is attacked; you’d think it’d be cause for some concern, no?
There are some books out there that I don’t feel should ever be attempted to be adapted for films; The Dark Tower series is one I’ve always been afraid of being tainted. But then there are the books that simply beg to be translated to the big screen, and the Neil Gaiman/Terry Pratchett masterpiece Good Omens is one of them.
I know you’ve all been waiting with breathless anticipation to find out when Lake Dead would be hitting DVD so you can share its greatness with your friends and family. Finally you can breathe!
Yes, this is a direct-to-DVD movie from Lionsgate. Yes, it’s directed by Albert Pyun, helmer of the Nemesis series, Captain America and Alien from L.A., but Left for Dead sounds like it could be something worth checking out. Seriously.
Issue #9 Jan/Feb 2008 Why we don’t have more reviews for HorrorHound magazine is beyond me (“'Zine Review: Horror Hound #4” – October 2006). The publication has to be one of the best horror genre ones on the market right now. Recently I picked up other competing mags and they just feel a little dated. When it comes to HorrorHound, I feel that there’s something new and fresh … not to mention you aren’t bombarded with more ads than articles.
Here at Dread Central we truly are looking forward to Halloween: Nightdance, the upcoming new comic from Devil’s Due Publishing written by Stefan Hutchinson and Tim Seeley. The publishers are pretty happy with it, it seems, going so far as to create a gimmicky cover!