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Cast the First Stone in Our Stonados Contest

Stonados, which began life as a Syfy Original Movie, is heading to DVD later this month from Arc Entertainment, and we've got a your chance to score yourself a copy on DVD right here, right now. Besides... we couldn't resist writing that headline!

Official DVD Release Trailer Blows in for Stonados

Stonados, which began life as a Syfy Original Movie, is heading to DVD later this month from Arc Entertainment, and we've got a look at its artwork and official trailer.

Red Hot Lava Flows in the DVD Artwork for Super Eruption

Earlier this week we told you about the upcoming August 13th DVD release of Super Eruption from Arc Entertainment, and as promised, we now have the artwork to share.

There's a Super Eruption Set to Explode on DVD August 13th

A long dormant volcano under Yellowstone threatens the United States and beyond in Super Eruption, heading to DVD from Arc Entertainment on August 13th. Check out the flick's trailer and synopsis, and look for artwork soon.

Official Trailer Blows in for Seattle Superstorm's VOD/DVD Release

Remember how many disaster flicks there were back in 2012 due to that whole Mayan thing? Well, one of them, Seattle Superstorm, is hitting VOD and DVD on August 27, 2013, and we have its new official trailer right here.

Frozen, The (DVD)

Starring Brit Morgan, Seth David Mitchell, Noah Segan Directed by Andrew Hyatt

Exclusive: Brit Morgan Talks The Frozen, Reflects on True Blood and More

She played bad girl Debbie Pelt on several seasons of HBO's "True Blood," but now up-and-coming actress Brit Morgan is tackling snowmobile accidents, creepy strangers and being stuck stranded in the middle of a wintry forest for her latest thriller The Frozen.

The Frozen to Induce Chills on VOD

In case you didn't know, ARC Entertainment will be releasing The Frozen on VOD on December 18, 2012, and we have a look at the official artwork and trailer for you. Check it out and don't forget to dress warm.

Brit Morgan and Noah Segan to Thaw Out The Frozen for ARC Entertainment

There are several reasons most of the Dread Central staff have relocated to a warmer climate. One - Shoveling sucks. Two - Being cold sucks. Three - Being cold and having to shovel completely sucks. Four - So we're not stalked by a madman after a snowmobile accident.

Creature Rampaging on VOD Now!

It really takes a special kind of something to screw up a simple formula like that found in Creature. Yet it happened and on a infamously historic level. Wanna see what all the hubbub is about? Now you can. If you dare.

Toothy New Creature DVD Art

Life has a funny way of turning things around. For the last few days I've been getting chastised for thinking that The Devil Inside was a decent little flick. Everywhere I turn I've been getting browbeaten. That's okay though. I have no problem taking my lumps and I stand by my words no matter what. Still, it's been kind of taxing, but then ... then I see a DVD cover that just brings a smile back to my face.

Creature Set to Rise from its Financial Sinkhole onto DVD

The plan to release Creature (review here) on 1,500 movie screens will go down as one of the most ill-conceived and costly mistakes in film distribution history. Grossing a miserable $331,000 on its opening weekend and earning the dubious distinction of being the worst 1,500-screen or more movie release in history, the producers had better hope the March DVD release is met with greater fanfare. Or should I say any fanfare?

CONTEST CLOSED! John Carpenter's The Ward - Win a Signed One-Sheet

The latest film from master of horror John Carpenter, The Ward, is getting set to hit Blu-ray and DVD next week, and in celebration of this momentous occasion, we've cooked up a contest to go crazy for!

Blu-ray Art and Official Specs: John Carpenter's The Ward

We're just a couple of short weeks away from John Carpenter's The Ward hitting Blu-ray and DVD so we figured it was about time to hit you off with the official specs and art! Dig it!

John Carpenter and Amber Heard Talk The Ward

It’s hard to believe it’s been ten long years since John Carpenter has had a feature film in theaters, but yes, Master of Horror Carpenter’s last directorial effort, Ghosts of Mars, was released way back in 2001. Since then genre fans have been clamoring for his return to the helm despite the fact that Mars wasn’t exactly a crowning achievement in the directing department.