Burning? Drowning? Being torn apart and eaten alive by zombies in a subterranean military bunker? What is the worst way to die? We’ve all had that conversation, and just the title of Adam Wingard's new film A Horrible Way to Die is sure to incite the discussion again.
Adam Wingard's stellar A Horrible Way to Die is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in September, and to get you even more primed for what is one of the most haunting flicks we've seen all year, Anchor Bay has released a new clip. Dig it!
Arrow Video has announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Adam Green's Hatchet 2 on 29th August 2011. This sequel picks up right where the original ended, and Arrow's release includes a nice package of extras.
A Horrible Way to Die is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in September, and to get you primed for what is one of the most haunting flicks we've seen all year, Anchor Bay has released the official trailer. Dig it!
One of the best flicks we've seen in a while, A Horrible Way to Die, is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in September, and we have the lowdown on what to expect along with a peek at some early artwork for you.
See how simple that was? No police in theatres. No shutdowns. No silly controversy. Just pay for your ticket and see a movie about a swamp monster with a wireless belt sander. That's right, kids! The UK will be getting Hatchet II as it was meant to be seen when it opens there in theatres this week. Free of all the MPAA stupidity and hoopla.
While fans of Adam Green's Hatchet are celebrating news of a third entry in the series getting the green light, folks in the UK are still waiting to see Hatchet II. Well, mates, the wait is just about over as Hatchet II will be making its way across the pond on April 1st.
Exclusive to Dread, here’s a handful of photos from last night’s DVD and Blu-ray release signing for director Adam Green’s Hatchet II, which took place at LA’s house of the macabre, Dark Delicacies (3512 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA).
And the goodies just keep on coming for Padraig Reynolds' indie flick Rites of Spring. The official site is now home to lots of stuff to get you excited and we've got a taste for you right here!
The time is almost here, Hatchet Army! Next week the film they didn't want you to see in theatres, Adam Green's Hatchet II, will be hitting Blu-ray and DVD; and we've got your chance to win it and a whole lot more!
Ah, monster movies. So close to our hearts. So dear to our souls. In a world dominated by ghost stories, vampires, and slasher flicks, it's great to revisit the sub-genre of vicious beasts who have delivered so many screams. Hopefully that's exactly what we'll get with Padraig Reynolds' indie flick Rites of Spring.
It's great to see filmmakers going back to the old school approach to movie posters instead of the trendy overly Photoshopped floating heads route. Case in point: the new artwork for Padraig Reynolds' indie flick Rites of Spring.
If there's one project that has us excited beyond words if only because of its absolute coolness and badassery, it's The Bloody Best Project, and, man, do we have a treat for you!
Dread Central has just learned that the producers of the indie film Holy Oak have opted to push filming from January to sometime in late March.
We're just days away from the official home video release of Adam Green's controversial flick Hatchet II (amazing how a movie about a swamp monster with a wireless belt sander can be controversial, eh?), and to get you pumped for its release, we have an exclusive clip from the supplemental material for ya! Dig it!