First Look at It's Hell Getting Old from Hellevator Man Anthology; First Word on New Feature Mindless
Two forces to be reckoned with have teamed up to bring us our first look at "It's Hell Getting Old," a horror short from director Patrick Rea that will be part of Blanc/Biehn Productions' new elevator-set anthology Hellevator Man.
With its 35th anniversary, a new video game, Ripley collectibles, and even a trilogy of novels all upcoming for the classic Alien, what better time to re-release Alien: The Official Movie Novelization? Take a few moments and check out an excerpt.
Welcome to the first ever Blood Stream and my first post on Dread Central! Truly, it is a momentous occasion. For all of us. Have you ever found yourself with nothing to watch, hopelessly scanning Netflix or Hulu for something, ANYTHING you haven’t seen?
Films don't get much more indie than K. D. Barker's Bikini Girls vs. Dinosaurs, and now that the schlocky sci-fi comedy is on a global roll-out, including being available on Amazon, we have a look at its new artwork and a few more character posters.
The second half of "Teen Wolf" Season 3 brought a lot of changes to the series, and if you're ready to relive them - or are behind and want to catch up - mark your calendars for June 17th, when it arrives on DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Here are the details.
Michael O'Neill, who's been so chillingly great during this season of "Bates Motel," is next going to be seen on CBS in "Extant," and the part of his character's daughter will be played by soon-to-be ex-"Grey's Anatomy" co-star Tessa Ferrer.
We were lucky enough to get to play with demons on the set of Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs earlier this month while the complex “horror noir,” which is the brainchild of writer-producers Brian Lubocki and Michael Hayes, was shooting.
Ever dreamed of getting your movie shown at one of the UK’s leading horror film festivals as well as in cinemas and on DVD and VOD platforms all around the world? Well, here’s your chance to enter Grimmfest 2014!
Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all? Actually, it was Captain America, followed closely by talking animated birds. The new haunted mirror movie Oculus still managed to score a fair share in its third place opening weekend.
Several days ago Showtime released "Penny Dreadful" character posters for Dorian Gray and Brona Croft, portrayed by Reeve Carney and Billie Piper, and now they're back with a new video that reveals a bit more about them both.
"Grimm" is taking a quick week off before returning on the 25th for its final four episodes of the season, which include a new grimm who first appears in Ep. 3.19, "Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen." Here's a preview.
The CW's making sure you don't forget its flagship shows are returning from spring break soon, and next on the promo wheel is a Producers' Preview of "The Originals" Episode 1.18, "The Big Uneasy," with Julie Plec and Michael Narducci.
The tables are turning as we head deeper into this season of "Hannibal," inching toward the ending we saw (or think we saw) at the beginning. In any event, here's a preview of the next step on our journey: Episode 2.08, "Su-zakana."
Syfy continues to ramp up its slate of new scripted dramas with a straight-to-series order for space opera project "The Expanse," based on the book series by James S.A. Corey, it was announced today by Syfy President Dave Howe.
A new TV spot for Hammer's upcoming spooker The Quiet Ones is here, and it's pretty damned creepy. Let's hope that vintage Hammer vibe will once again live on, shall we? Check it out!