Anyone who made their way out to this weekend’s After Dark Horrorfest likely got to see the trailer for Amusement, a new genre offering from Picturehouse. It’s not a bad trailer, has a very creepy clown laughing guy in it, to boot. Now we just have to hope the film is worth our time! AOL got the first look at the trailer online, which you can check out below. More Amusement updates will be coming soon so keep your eyes peeled!
Details are sparse at best, but the boys at Twitch Film just got word that Versus/Death Trance star Tak Sakaguchi is gearing up for his second directorial effort, following Sakigake!! Otokojuk (Be a Man! Samurai School).
Even though we always say we’re going to do these more often, you have no idea how difficult it is getting a bunch of freaks together to talk about horror on a regular basis!
Marcus Nispel came on the scene, dragging fans kicking and screaming with him into the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake back in 2003.
Thomas Jane has finally gotten behind the camera for his long-awaited directorial debut, The Dark Country, a noir thriller that will be released on both standard and 3-D formats when it’s all said and done according to Daily Variety.
Sideshow Collectibles has done it yet again! Their long line of bad ass figures, statues and replicas has just gotten a little bit longer thanks to the upcoming addition of AVP: Requiem's PredAlien!
Director Robert Kurtzman let us know today that his project The Rage (review) is ready to beat its way onto DVD come February 26, 2008. The disc will be a special edition with over an hour of bonus features including a making-of documentary and two music videos.
QEETASTROPHE is a project put together by Toy2R, Steve of Level 27 clothing and our own Paul Nomad. We've got two very simple goals. 1. To raise money for St. Jude's Pediatric Research Hospital
In just over a month Aliens Vs Predator will return to the big screen and hopefully this time we won't be treated to hot metal HIV covered spikes up the ass. Oh, and there will be kick ass toys too!
Sure we may have borrowed from the 1987 anthology movie Deadtime Stories for our own on-going podcast Dreadtime Stories, but is it really fair for George A. Romero to borrow from us?
The ever-evasive and hard to pin down Alone in the Dark 5 from Atari pops up yet again with another smattering of potentially good news. The latest in the granddaddy of all survival horror series is now not only heading to the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, but IGN confirmed today that it will make it's way to the PS2 and the Nintendo Wii.
Jonathan Hensleigh’s Welcome to the Jungle (DVD review) is out on DVD today, so as a special treat we got our hands on a nice, juicy clip from the film just for Dread Central readers to feast upon!
How far-reaching does this strike by the WGA go? That has yet to be determined but according to STYD, it’s caused Mick Garris to lose his own show.
This morning it was announced that Ridley Scott is finally making his way back to our genre with a new flick called Stones. Welcome back, Ridley, welcome back.
Some more details about Jennifer’s Body have surfaced over at The Hollywood Reporter that shed light onto the project even more than it was first announced ("Fox to Show Off Jennifer’s Body" – October 2007).