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Spector, Craig (Screenwriting, Splatterpunk, and More)

Back in the mid-80s, horror fiction had become more than a little complacent. In most people’s minds, what passed for cutting edge genre fiction was the work of word generators such as Stephen King, Dean Koontz, or Anne Rice. It was all spooky kids, rabid pets, daddy issues, and whiny, homo-erotic vampires.

In-Depth Interview - Craig Spector Talks Screenwriting, Splatterpunk, and More!

Back in the mid-80s, horror fiction had become more than a little complacent. In most people’s minds, what passed for cutting edge genre fiction was the work of word generators such as Stephen King, Dean Koontz, or Anne Rice. It was all spooky kids, rabid pets, daddy issues, and whiny, homo-erotic vampires.

DVD Releases: 6/15/2010: When The Horseman Meets The Stepfather, Feel the Supernatural Terror Inside

It's a good week for Blu-ray player owners as a batch of old favorites is being re-released on the format including Darkman, The Stepfather (the original), Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, and our pick of the week, Supernatural: The Complete First Season.

Animals (DVD)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Marc Blucas, Nicki Aycox, Naveen Andrews, Eva Amurri, Andy Comeau Directed by Arnold Cassius Distributed by Maverick Entertainment Group

Animals Comes Home to DVD

Arnold Cassius' feature film adaptation of Craig Spector and John Skipp's landmark 1993 lycanthrope novel Animals is getting set to make its DVD debut on June 15th from Maverick Entertainment, and we've got a look at the artwork for you.

AFM: The 2008 Round-up!

Horror may currently be in a slump, but the 2008 American Film Market has shown a huge light at the end of the tunnel. This year showcased a record number of horror titles and Dread Central was on hand to catch a great deal of them. Some were good, some were bad but all showed that this genre still has plenty of lifeblood left. Many exhibitors were also kind enough to show us movie promos, while others coldly showed us the door (Lesbian Vampire Killers, I’m looking at you).