Marvel Zombies Vs. AOD Wrap Up

When we last saw Ash (in our write up of issues 2 and 3 of Marvel Zombies Vs Army of Darkness), the "chosen one" was knee deep in a super hero zombie apocalypse. Every time an iconic ally seemed to pr

Full Saw IV Plot, Cast

Finally, we can rest easy knowing just what rumored plot Saw IV is going to follow when it rolls into theaters this October. It has nothing to do with the main character from the last movie trying

Unholy Theatrical

While we wait (and wait, and wait) for Anchor Bay to give us some final details on their DVD release of Unholy, the long-anticipated horror flick starring Adrienne Barbeau and Nicholas Brendan, seems it will be finding its way to theaters before it invades you home.

Horror From North And South

Filmmaker Demian Rugna sent us an e-mail informing us that he has just completed his first film The Last Gateway down in Argentina. The movie tells the tale of a married couple who discover one of the

Dead Matter Cast Expands

A whole lot of casting has gone down for the upcoming remake of Ed Douglas’ incredibly indie film The Dead Matter, according to an official press release from the film’s PR people.

Cloverfield Director Named

A bit more info has come down regarding the JJ Abrams-produced monster movie that’s been being kept so quiet we actually have to dig for any information about it. Usually it’s not this hard to find ou

New Horror From Within

If you grew up in a small town, surely you can understand what it’s like to just want to be out of your particular backwater burg and experience the world, and there’s nothing like the steady increase

Exclusive: Schmidt Has Insomnia

Butane just called in from this weekend's Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in Secaucus, NJ with some interesting news concerning the latest Stephen King adaptation that's heading to the big screen, Insomnia (order here), with Wrong Turn director Rob Schmidt at the helm.

Mena Makes More Malevolence

The weekends are usually slow for horror news, but when a convention is going on ... the phone just doesn't stop ringing. I just got a call from Butane, who is still attending the Fangoria Weekend

Take A Wrong Turn In October

Today the news may not be long, but it is short and sweet, especially for those that have been anticipating the release of Wrong Turn's direct-to-DVD sequel. We just got another call from Butane du

Exclusive: A Whole Lotta Niles

Johnny Butane just reported in from this weekend's Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in Secaucus, NJ, with some good news for Steve Niles fans regarding putting more of Niles' comics onto celluloid. First

Can Pirates Plunder Our Genre?

Low budget pirate-themed horror movies suddenly became a niche subgenre following the release of the Pirates of the Caribbean flicks. They've also been almost all universally terrible. Now another wil

Red Concrete in the City

I am amazed that out of all the reviews I've done for Dread Central, not a single one has been for a book. That probably is because I am, in fact, illiterate. Shhh ... don't tell anyone. I use a speec

FrightFest Schedule Unleashed!

Wankers. That’s all I have to say about the people who got Joe Lynch’s Wrong Turn 2, a movie we’ve been waiting to see for almost a year now, into this year’s FrightFest. I bet it’s Tony Blair’s f

Test Footage for The Clearing

Sometimes a film comes out of seemingly nowhere and just really grabs my attention, and damnit I love it when that happens. Today the film is The Clearing, coming to us soon from Texas director Da