Can't decide what to see in theatres this weekend? Well, maybe these two reviews will sway you one way or the other. That's right, kids! It's time to decide who's getting your cash this weekend... House at the End of the Street or Dredd 3D!
Today's the day, kids! Dredd (review) is officially available for mass consumption, and we have a few videos with the stars and a quick look behind the scenes. Watch them now. Pass judgment later.
Even though Carrie didn't work, that's not stopping anyone from adapting Stephen King tales for the stage, and the next project up for the live theatre treatment is the tale of an obsessed fan who knows all about Misery.
Yet another comic book adaptation is on its way to the small screen, and we certainly hope that this one fares better than the highly anticipated and tragically cancelled "Locke & Key" project from last year. Read on for details.
A few days ago we learned that Jenna Dewan would be playing one of Julia Ormond's daughters in Lifetime's "Witches of East End," and now we know who's been cast as her sister. Read on for the details of the latest Beauchamp family member as well as two male actors who'll be joining her in the pilot.
We are just a few days away from the release of Dredd (review), and to keep you in the spirit of things, we have a new featurette detailing everything the good judge needs to render his unique verdicts on the bad guys! Dig it!
You know what Guillermo del Toro needs? More projects, man! If we didn't know any better, we'd swear the guy has a secret factory somewhere that does nothing but pop out clones to help him juggle multiple projects.
We've been talking about a film version of the Konami video game Castlevania for what feels like forever now, and finally some news has come from a rather unexpected place. That's just how it is sometimes. Read on!
It's utterly amazing to us how Sylvester Stallone still continues to kick an incredible amount of ass given his age, but we're happy he's still doing his thing. Next up for Sly is an adaptation of a book that will pit him against more than just the cold in the Arctic Circle.
Exclusive: Writer Alex Garland Discusses Dredd 3D, the Future of the 28 Days Later Franchise and More
This Friday, September 21st, Lionsgate is set to release Pete Travis' face-smashingly fun Dredd (review) in theaters everywhere, reintroducing the iconic character in a far more befitting manner than a certain Sly Stallone flick did back in 1995.
At the end of August we got the news that Julia Ormond would be starring as the matriarch in Lifetime's pilot "Witches of East End," and now we know who'll be playing one of her witchy daughters.
Even though we had the opportunity to chat with Dredd (review) star Karl Urban during the 2012 SDCC, we didn't get to cover everything we wanted to with the actor behind the iconic helmet so we jumped at the chance to get on the phone with Urban during a recent press day for the film.
Exclusive Interview: John Shirley Talks Resident Evil: Retribution - The Official Movie Novelization
Dread Central recently had an opportunity to chat with author John Shirley to discuss several of his novels, including Resident Evil: Retribution: The Official Movie Novelization, Bioshock: Rapture, Borderlands: The Fallen and many more.
Even though everyone pretty much knows him as the ghostly and caring father of "Dexter," James Remar will always be Ajax from The Warriors to us. Given that Michael Beck's (Swan) career ended in Xanadu, we all now know who the real Warchief was.
Are you a fan of the Capcom video game series Monster Hunter? If so, you better be quaking in your boots as the man of a million Resident Evil movies could be turning his attention to another monster-filled franchise.