#SDCC14: Get a Sneak Peek of Sideshow's New Court of the Dead Figures in this Concept Art and Making-of Video
Sideshow's "Court of the Dead" is expanding yet again, and if you'll be at this week's San Diego Comic-Con, you'll be able to get a first-hand look at the newest members. Not heading to SDCC? Then check out this making-of video to learn more.
Has it really been well over half a decade since Warner Bros. began adapting Akira into a live action film? It has, proving that Hollywood often moves as slowly as Congress! But there's some light at the end of that long tunnel...
2008. That's when we first reviewed the Dowdle Brothers' found footage film The Poughkeepsie Tapes (review). Years have passed, and no one has since seen hide nor hair of the movie... until now, that is.
Some quick news has come in this pre-Comic-Con weekend announcing a preemptive deal with progress-to-production elements by Russell Ackerman and John Schoenfelder's new company, Addictive Pictures. According to The Wrap they've optioned Matthew Kennedy's feature spec A Man Called Death.
As Comic-Con ramps up, the Television Critics Association's summer 2014 press tour is winding down, and a tidbit of news has come out about "Penny Dreadful" Season 2's big bad along with full details on the show's SDCC signings and contest to attend the post-panel party.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse was originally a three-book series written by Michael Mendheim, Mike Kennedy, and Sean Jaffe with art by Simon Bisley; and at the end of the month Titan is releasing a hardcover collection. We have a trailer and more details here!
In what's becoming a late Friday afternoon tradition, CBS has released some sneak peeks of the upcoming Episode 2.04 of "Under the Dome," entitled "Revelation." Check 'em out to see how the folks of Chester's Mill handle it when things go from bad to worse.
Playing this Sunday, July 20th, at 9:30 pm at the DB Clarke Theater as part of the 2014 Fantasia Film Festival is Cybernatural, and we have all manner of goodies for you to dig on, including a trailer.
I'm still kind of spitting up the bad taste left in my mouth by Sadako 3D. I mean, holy shit! Hopefully the third film in the American Ring franchise will help me purge myself of it once and for all. Read on for your first details on The Ring 3.
Some quick news has come in for the proposed prequel to The Shining, entitled The Overlook Hotel, as Variety is reporting that Mark Romanek is in negotiations to helm the project for Warner Bros.
Yes, the classic 1984 film Trancers is now available on Blu-ray from Full Moon Entertainment, and a grand release party is planned for July 19 in Burbank, CA. Also, one lucky entrant is going to win a copy of the disc signed by star Tim Thomerson.
Hailed by many as one of the best zombie films in years, The Battery (review) is being released by Scream Factory on DVD and Blu-ray this September, packed with all sorts of bonus content that of course wasn't attached to the VOD release. Read on for full details!
Here on Dread we love when horror fans make their own faux NES video games, and we've been delighted to come across many of them in our travels around the interweb. Today a brand spankin' new one has come to our attention, and you Italian horror lovers out there are absolutely going to love it!
Following up previous efforts like Saw VI and Saw 3D, Kevin Greutert returns this year with the Blumhouse-produced Jessabelle, which has been the victim of much release date drama.
Monster movies are monster movies in any language. While we wait for an English subtitled version of the trailer for Danny's Dommedag ((Danny's Doomsday), you can now sit back, relax, and check out the first stills and international goodies right here. Yep, we're interested!