Looking for a friendlier version of the trailer for the next entry in the George A. Romero zombie franchise, Survival of the Dead? No worries! We've got your hook-up!
I'm really starting to wonder about Amazon's system for categorizing movies. Left out of their "horror" DVD offerings for week of April 27th were The Descent Part 2, Mega Piranha, and the newest Tales from the Darkside collection (Season 3). Huh? In any event, they are indeed being released on home video this week, along with a big batch of flicks most of us around the Dread Central offices are not too familiar with.
Breck Eisner's better than we thought it'd be remake of the George A. Romero classic The Crazies is officially hitting Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got the goods on what to expect!
I swear I didn't think this day was ever going to come. I remember first reporting on the Adrian Paul/Danny Trejo killer robot flick Eyeborgs back in 2005, and ever since we would go long periods of time before hearing anything new. Five years later Eyeborgs will finally be coming home to a DVD player near you this summer.
The French thriller Vertige (or High Lane for us silly Americans) is getting set to make its home video debut for our friends across the pond, who seem to be getting everything cool first nowadays. Read on for info!
This week's DVD and Blu-ray releases hit shelves on 4/20, and you know what that means -- a new re-release of Reefer Madness in honor of its upcoming 75th anniversary! Along with that hilarious propaganda flick we have a plentiful assortment of more serious films that are sure to appeal to DC readers.
Our friends across the pond will soon be seeing the release of Harpoon: The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre, known here in the States just as The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre, at least for now, and we've got a look at the full trailer for its release for ya!
Martin Scorsese's foray into Gothic horror and terror divided lots of fans who went to see it in theatres. If you're undecided or missed it during its theatrical release altogether, no worries; the flick is on its way home!
On April 26th Ju-On: White Ghost and Ju-On: Black Ghost (or Ju-on: Shiroi rôjo and Ju-on: Kuroi shôjo, respectively) hit the UK as a single-disc double feature. To celebrate the release, we have three copies of the DVD to give away!
Fans of foreign horror and anthology flicks should be rubbing their hands together with glee as the Thai hit Phobia lands on UK DVD shelves on May 10th.
After what seems like forever it's finally going to happen! William (The House on Haunted Hill, The Fair-Haired Child) Malone's long awaited flick Parasomnia is set to hit DVD and Blu-ray in a few months, and we now have the list of included special features!
Could it be? Could it actually be? Studios usually never listen to fans, but horror fans? We're a rowdy bunch, and we like to get stuff done. As a result ...
HELL YES! Now this is what we're talking about, damnit! Giant monsters! Destruction! Random acts of violence committed by men in wacky rubber suits! Life is good!
The director of the splattery good gore-fest Black Sheep (review here), Jonathan King, has a new flick coming out from Lionsgate and Lightning Media called Under the Mountain, and though it's been given a PG-13 rating, we're still confident enough in King's filmmaking chops to insist that this one is worth a look!
Morgan J. Freeman's (emphasis on the J) psychological horror flick Homecoming is on its way home to DVD next week, and we've got your chance to win it along with some signed posters!