While at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central was invited to participate in a roundtable interview with the star of Lionsgate's upcoming reboot Dredd (review), Karl Urban.
There's no doubt there were tons of things happening at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, but when we heard that Dredd would be making its premiere, we knew we had to have asses in seats to witness it. So, is it a Raid rip off or does it hold its own? Read on for the verdict.
Not a day passes in which we're not grateful that Universal has come to its senses and is letting their film Ouija, based upon the Hasbro board game which lets users talk to the dead, be a horror movie instead of a Jumanji like adventure as originally planned.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson makes headlines wherever he goes because, well, he's The Rock, and that's all your candy ass needs to know. Over the weekend at Comic-Con the people's champ confirmed his Lobo involvement via Twitter.
While it may not be the feature film we've all been looking forward to, word has come that the popular web series "Mortal Kombat Legacy" is gearing up for a second season of fist-flying, fire-breathing lunacy. Read on for the initial details.
Believe it or not the buzz around Dredd here at Comic-Con has been surprisingly positive. Expect a review from us soon. In the interim check out the very first clip from the flick right now. Gotta admit, we like what we see.
One of the better Stephen King film adaptations, Pet Sematary, is finally making its high definition debut and we have all the details you need to decide if indeed sometimes dead is better. Dig it!
Don't worry, guys. I am not going Hollywood any time soon. Right now we're talking about my namesake, the great Uncle Creepy, and his brand of Creepy Magazine getting the big screen anthology treatment. Read on for details.
Author Cassandra Clare herself announced that the latest person to sign on to Harald Zwart's adaptation of her The Mortal Instruments novel is Irish actor Robert Sheehan, best known for his role in the UK TV series "Misfits".
Comic book adaptation number three has been announced during the San Diego Comic-Con, and we have the skinny on what this latest page-to-screen horror show will have in store for you. Read on for all the gory details.
Jeffrey Dahmer. The name alone can send a chill down the spines of even the most jaded of folks out there. That being said, a new adaptation is on its way that explores the crazed cannibal's younger days and more. Read on for details.
It's fitting that during Comic-Con a new big screen adaptation gets announced! Constantin Film has acquired Joe Golem and The Drowning City, a graphic novel by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden.
There are many heroes in the universe of World War Z. However, none of them will prove to be more valuable than the guy who can step in and save this troubled production. Enter The Cabin in the Wood's Drew Goddard.
If there's one video game series that's rife with enough plot to become a major motion picture, it's without question Sony's God of War. The tale of Kratos is a long and bloody one, and Hollywood has just picked two writers that can get the job done!