It has been nearly two years since last we spoke about Dante Tomaselli's Torture Chamber, and after quite a few setbacks thankfully the horror gods have finally prevailed! Tomaselli is getting ready to begin filming the movie later this month in New Jersey and New York!
Every good exorcist needs someone to lend a hand! After all, we can't expect our hero to be the only one who deals with all that nasty projectile vomiting, head spinning, and of course mother jokes involving the old bird sucking on various things in Hell.
One film that will be making its Stateside debut at this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City is the new South Korean horror flick Possessed (The Living Death), and we've got a clip and the trailer for you. Well, what else did you expect? That's what the headlines says doesn't it. Wow. I think I just broke the fourth wall, man.
On Tuesday, March 16th, Viz Media's new series Dorohedoro will debut. The gritty urban sci-fi/horror saga is both written and illustrated by Q Hayashida, who is known for her bold art style and the way she seamlessly integrates alternate universes into her stories.
Man, it hasn't been this hot for the Devil in Hollywood since the Seventies! Yet another big screen tale of demonic possession is readying production, this one with Sir Anthony Hopkins fixing to serve up a side of eucharists to go along with his fava beans and fine chianti.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Alli Kinzel, Michael Citrini, Lane Compton, Selene Luna, Elizabeth Bell, Leslie Jordan Written and directed by William Butler
Saw VI on DVD doesn't give you enough of the epic scowling you love from Costas Mandylor? This Saturday night on Syfy, Costas Mandylor and his kid brother Louis will be engaging in tag team action against a demonic creature when The Cursed makes its world premiere.
We meant to write up a quick story reminding Dread Central's readers about the premiere of Demons on BBC America this past Saturday, January 2nd, but it seems a reminder wasn't necessary after all as the show delivered the network its highest rated premiere ever for a new series.
Since we had the very first review of Paranormal Activity way back in 2007, it's only fitting that we should be the ones who bust out the first Blu-ray and DVD review, too, no?
They really are. The short-lived BBC series is making its way Stateside thanks to BBC America, and the show is sure to please fans who dig the Buffy the Vampire Slayer formula.
One of the many cool things about Paranormal Activity's success is that the supernatural subgenre is roaring back in a big way. I’m sure every major studio in Hollywood is looking through their scripts to find comparable material. Overseas the doors are opening as well with one such flick, The Possession of David O'Reilly, well under way!
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Available for the Xbox 360 (reviewed), PlayStation 3 Published by EA Games / Double Fine Want to get Brutal Legend for only $8.95? Click here to find out how!