Drag Me to Hell
One gift that's coming this December for horror fans is Chiller TV's look back at the decade's 13 scariest moments. Did your favorite fright flick make the cut? Find out on December 17th. From the Press Release
There weren't a lot of horror films or TV shows honored during the 36th Annual Saturn Awards, presented last night, June 24th, by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, but those that were certainly are deserving.
The nominees for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards have been announced, and shock of the century! The Twilight Saga: New Moon did not garner the most nominations. That honor went to The Hangover, but New Moon does boast a respectable five nominations. In addition, MTV has created a new category that should appeal to horror fans: Best Scared-as-Shit Performance.
It's that time of year again: The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the nominations for its 36th Annual Saturn Awards.
The Dread Central crew were in attendance at this past weekend's Spike TV Scream Awards reporting on the events as they happened, and to get you geared up for watching the show yourself, Spike has released a few highlights!
Dread Central (in this case Heather Wixson, myself, and a moonlighting Brian Smith) hit the red carpet this past Saturday for the taping of the fourth annual Spike Scream Awards, held at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and brought back a slew of photos and video interviews from the press line, as well as from the event itself and subsequent after-party (which was held at the Forever Hollywood Cemetery in, well, Hollywood).
“Resistance is futile” -- The fourth annual Scream Awards, the first and only global event of its kind to honor the best in sci-fi, fantasy, horror and comic genres are happening RIGHT NOW, at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, and we're bringing you the results as they happen. The two-hour extravaganza will premiere on Spike TV on Tuesday, October 27 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT).
Another great selection of DVDs hits store shelves this week (it's obviously October!) including one of the year's most fun films, Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell; the long-awaited Richard Stanley classic Hardware; Blu-rays of The Craft, Killer Movie, and Midnight Movie; and for the Robert Pattinson completists there's The Haunted Airman, a BBC television movie that was filmed five years ago and aired in the UK in 2006.
It is common knowledge that when directors hit box office gold, they can make whatever they wish for a follow-up film. For Sam Raimi, coming off three Spider-Man films that all rank among the top 50 domestic box office grossers of all time, he could have made virtually any film he could conjure as his next cinematic venture.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Alison Lohman, Adriana Barraza, Chelcie Ross, Lorna Raver, Justin Long
This Tuesday Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell finally hits home video. Despite the flick's anemic box office returns, it was one of the best damned horror films of the year, and you now have NO EXCUSES not to should see it!
And now a bit of international flavor to cap off your Tuesday (which strangely feels very much like a Monday). International posters for four of the States' biggest horror titles have surfaced today, and we've got every single one of them for you along with a side of your choice.
Universal released all the home video related goodness pertaining to Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell, and in several weeks fans are gonna be swimming in high-definition goo and bile! Hooray!
If you missed Drag Me to Hell because it was rated PG-13 or some other lame-ass excuse, you now have a chance to atone for your sins when the movie hits DVD and Blu-ray this October just in time for Halloween!
After a couple of weeks of looking back at some older classics, Trembles returns to the present day with a review of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell. It seems he's not quite as enamored of it as most of the rest of us.