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Annabelle Opening in October

New Line Cinema has dated The Conjuring spin-off Annabelle to begin haunting theaters October 3, 2014. That should more than fill the horror void left by the bumping of Paranormal Activity 5 to 2016. Still, are audiences willing to dig into yet another ghost story?

Annabelle Now in Front of Cameras; More Casting News

When it gets cooking, the Hollywood movie machine works FAST! For the past several weeks we've been talking about Annabelle, the spin-off film from last year's wildly successful chiller The Conjuring, and now today we're happy to announce that it's already filming!

A Pair of Clips from True Blood Episode 5.06 - Hopeless

With all the Comic-Con news we've been inundated with this week, we almost forgot about the regular stuff! But never fear - here's your weekly dose of "True Blood" previews for Episode 5.06, entitled "Hopeless".

An In-depth Look at True Blood Episode 5.06 - Hopeless

HBO must have picked up on the fact that a lot of "True Blood" fans really enjoyed the last episode because they've released a new featurette giving an in-depth look at the upcoming Episode 5.06, "Hopeless". Strike while the iron is hot, I always say!

A Preview of True Blood Episode 5.06 - Hopeless

This week's installment of "True Blood" was a nice return to form for the series so we're hoping for more good things from next Sunday's Episode 5.06, entitled "Hopeless". Here's a promo video for you to check out. But seriously, all we want is a good showdown between Russell and Roman, and we'll be happy.

2011 Emmy Nominations Include a Few Horror Favorites

As Dread Central's resident awards show junkie, I'm happy to report that while horror didn't make a super strong showing in this year's Emmy Awards nominations, it did make a respectable one. Read on for the full list of genre nominees, including a few that, while not pure horror, are definitely DC fan favorites.

UPDATE: James Frain and Alfre Woodard Join True Blood in Recurring Roles

And the True Blood casting news keeps on rolling in. Fans of The Tudors and 24 have a lot to be excited about as James Frain (aka Thomas Cromwell and Paul Raines, respectively) has just signed on as recurring character Franklin Mott.