We get sent a lot of stuff here at Dread Central, but this? This may well take the cake. In honor of The Innkeepers hitting Blu-ray and DVD on April 24th, we got a neat little package in the mail today that blew us away.
Some say a comet will fall from the sky. Followed by meteor showers and tidal waves. Followed by fault lines that cannot sit still. Followed by millions of dumbfounded dipshits. Some say the end is near. Some say we'll see Armageddon soon.
With The Terror Experiment's DVD and Blu-ray release this week, Dread Central chatted with star Jason London about his experience making the indie horror flick as well as tackling the more physical aspects of his role and becoming a reluctant hero along the way.
For his new flick The Terror Experiment, director George Mendeluk relied on his son Alexander’s horror movie sensibilities as well as the terrifying true events of 9/11 for inspiration, and Dread Central recently had the opportunity to chat with them both.
Sometimes the best lessons we learn in life are the most painful. That's just the case in these latest clips from the long awaited release of Darren Lynn Bousman's modern take on the old Troma classic Mother's Day! Dig it!
We've waited patiently. The barrels have popped up in the distance. A huge fin is speeding at us like a torpedo. The original classic film Jaws is headed to Blu-ray. Smile, you sonovabitch!
Finally Chiller TV's presentation of Steve Niles' zombie saga Remains is rotting its way home complete and uncut. Know what that means? More undead carnage! Oh, how we love that kind of stuff!
The Rider is blazing his way home all full of fire piss (literally) and vinegar, and we've got the artwork and specs you're curious about. That being said, start your engines, kids. Time to hit the road.
The Michael A. Nickles spooker Playback is on its way to DVD and Blu-ray, and we've get all the details regarding whether you'll watch or just fast forward to the chills. Read on!
It's Monday. There's a long week ahead of you and everything at this moments generally sucks. We totally get that. So how about a few new stills from The Aggression Scale to make you feel a bit better?
No, I haven't heard much good about The Wicker Tree, but that doesn't stop me from wanting to see it, asap! And while the Blu-ray/DVD release is just around the corner, we've got a little snippet from the supplemental material to tide you over.
With the home video release of The Darkest Hour upon us, we figured we'd hit you guys off with some clips to get you ready for the invisible alien invasion. Grab your flashlights!
One flick we're really looking forward to around these parts is The Aggression Scale, and we have your first look at the official home video artwork and more. Dig it!
If you haven't gotten any of Image Entertainment's stellar Blu-ray releases of the classic TV series "The Twilight Zone", here's your chance to nab the entire collection in one swoop! Hope you've saved up some cash!
We were very much on the fence for a long time in terms of covering We Need to Talk About Kevin, and I'm glad we came to our senses because what we have here is a truly chilling tale of madness. The good news? You can see it for yourself this May!