The following DVDs are ready to invade your home on February 20th, 2007... Anna's Eve Directed by Kantz A quiet, dedicated social worker, Anna, suffers a mental breakdown when she finds the mur
If there’s one thing that’s always frustrated me about working with studios who want to promote their new horror films, it’s their lack of understanding that horror fans want to see the extreme, nasty
Dread Central is a very weird creature. We like to think of ourselves as the fan's horror website. We never shill (unless the price is extremely right; Butane and I have to keep our supply of Slim Jim
Every actor should have the freedom to say to his director, "If this movie’s not good, I’m going to punch you in the face. Publicly."
While I’m really not too sure why everyone’s so excited about a new Mummy film, myself included, as a news editor it is my job to give you guys what you want. So here we go. IGN has scored a lot of
We might be taking this whole Grindhouse campaign for granted here in the States; after all this was the home to double feature theaters showcasing all sorts of great exploitation films of the 70’s. B
Certainly not a huge update, but it's a good indication that huge updates are on the way! We just got word from our man at Monster Mania (going down as we speak in Jersey) that filming on Saw IV b
Nacho Cerda’s beautifully haunting feature-length debut, The Abandoned (review), is coming to theaters across the country this Friday, February 23rd. You need to see it if you missed it during the Aft
I don’t know about you, but the chance to see not just Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1 & 2 (the originals) but Funhouse (pictured) as well on the big screen is almost enough to make me travel the country to
Versatile (and incredibly busy) indie actor Lee Perkins (KatieBird: Certifiable Crazy Person) just dropped us a line with the good news that production on the anthology Edges of Darkness has wrapped! He was also kind enough to send us the shot of himself (in the role of a priest battling the Antichrist), which you can click on to see much bigger.
Yesterday we got to see the brand-new trailer for the Tarantino/Rodriguez slice of badassness, Grindhouse; today the IMP Awards got a look at the brand-new theatrical poster for the film and it is as
Mutant Zombie Vampires from the 'Hood!: Clearly a preposterously long title designed to try and give Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-A-Rama, A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell, and Chopper Chi
**The freaks at Fangoria had to go and burst out bubble by pointing out that this art is only inspired by Barker's story, not for the movie. But damnit it's cool anyway!** Now that, friends and nei
Konami unveiled today that Silent Hill will be coming to Japanese arcades. Using a translation off of Watch Impress, the Japanese website carrying the story, there are some details that can be pie
The Internet is a friggin' strange place. It's literally changed the way that most of us have gotten our entertainment. Remember when we would watch shows like America's Funniest Videos and such to get a dose of the crazy shit that happens to us all? Well, now we have access to that kind of stuff instantaneously because of sites like YouTube and Break.com.