In truly sobering, sad, and tragic news, another star has been taken from us all too soon. This one WAY before his time. It's with a heavy heart that we report the death of Paul Walker, age 40, as the result of a fiery auto wreck in California.
You may recall that someone recently cut together a six-hour online movie version of The Last of Us video game, but if you're still jonesing for more, this latest news about a possible big screen adaptation should be right up your alley.
It's been a tough weekend for Spike Lee's Oldboy (review). Not only is the film getting hammered at the box office, expected to rake in only around $2 million, but the alleged stolen poster art fiasco is just adding to the negativity surrounding the film.
Director Bernard Rose (Candyman) has a new flick seeking distribution with a rather interesting premise called Sx_ Tape starring Caitlyn Folley, Diana Garcia, and Ian Duncan. Read on for the first few stills.
For better or worse the Weinsteins have kept some of our favorite film franchises alive and kicking with their horror arm, Dimension. Now the company Bob and Harvey built is ready to turn its attention to the small screen.
Remember the band Letters to Cleo? If so, odds are you grew up in the 1990s. Few bands scream “Nineties” like Letters to Cleo. They were a perfect choice to provide a B-Sides for a motion picture about teenage witches just learning their craft.
Dracula Videos: Ep. 1.05 - The Devil's Waltz - Unearthed; Sneak Peek of Ep. 1.06 - Of Monsters and Men
It's Saturday morning, which means it's time to go behind the scenes of "The Devil's Waltz," aka last night's episode of "Dracula," along with getting a sneak peek of next week's Episode 1.06," Of Monsters and Men."
It's not every day the boogeyman visits Portland, so it's only fitting that NBC released a special creature profile for last night's Wesen of the Week, "El Cucuy." Watch it here along with a preview of Episode 3.06, "Stories We Tell Our Young."
RIP Horror Film Festival Returns December 6-8 with West Coast Premiere of Killing Brooke and Lots More
Sure, this weekend is all about leftovers and shopping, but by next week you're gonna be craving some horror, and with a full slate that includes the West Coast premiere of David Zagorski's Killing Brooke, the RIP Horror Film Festival should fit the bill perfectly.
We're halfway through NBC's "Dracula," and next week's Episode 1.06 tells "Of Monsters and Men." Here are about three dozen stills from the ep showing off members of both categories.
Is it Demon or Wesen? What sounds like a very interesting case lands in Nick's lap - forcing Rosalee to make a tough decision - in Episode 3.06 of "Grimm," entitled "Stories We Tell Our Young." Here are several stills from the ep.
When World War Z hit home video back in September, we were bummed to discover that the much-publicized alternate ending of the film, which was completely re-shot for the finished product, wasn't included with the release or even mentioned in any of the special features.
Even though we're one month removed from that magical time of year, Halloween is still very much on our minds here at Dread Central. That being said, this first image from Bruce McDonald's Hellions should get you back in the spirit of things.
Here it is, post-Thanksgiving, and we Americans are stuffing our faces with a steady stream of leftovers. Thankfully the rest of the world is still pumping out goodies for us to watch and look at between bites. Just remember to wipe off your mouse, touchpad, and keyboard, ya slobs!
An international one-sheet has made its way to the interwebs for the upcoming release of Vampire Academy via The Weinstein Company, and it wants you to tickle its pink spot. Wow, that sounded dirty.