Everything that I have ever done in my life has led me up to writing the above headline. Seriously. This is my finest moment. With that I hereby resign from Dread Central as I am now complete. Of course I'm kidding but still!
We’ve got no details whatsoever on this (yet), but according to the official site for First Look Home Entertainment, they’ll be putting both a Steelbook and Blu-ray edition of Neil Marshall’s freshman film, Dog Soldiers, on DVD soon!
Let me get this straight: the people responsible for Zombie Nightmare made a slasher spoof about a basketball team getting slaughtered by a psycho with the head of a Madball and somehow this has been allowed to sit on a shelf for almost 15 years?
This Tuesday will see the release of Dorothy Mills, a movie we’ve been hearing bits and pieces about for a while now. It follows a psychiatrist who is sent to a small village to try and help the titular teenager, who has been accused of trying to strangle a baby. When she gets there she finds out that there’s a lot more to Dorothy Mills than anyone believes.
All you Twilight fans must be psyched that so much effort is being put into separating you from your hard-earned money. The latest attempt at this is a super-special collector’s edition that will only be available through Amazon, which you can see on your right.
It's been called “wonderfully perverse” and “one of the best films that has come out of Japan recently"; finally Go Shibata’s Late Bloomer will be hitting DVD via Bone House Asia on March 24th, the company announced today.
This Tuesday, February 3rd, all sorts of masked antics are coming to DVD, including a fantastic retrospective on the entire history of the Friday the 13th series that features our own Uncle Creepy! Enjoy!
The Feast films are an interesting lot. Fans have either loved them or hated them. Me? I loved the blissful carnage associated with a guy in a rubber monster suit running rampant through the deranged mind of director John Gulager. With the third chapter in the series, Feast III: The Happy Finish, right around the corner, we got the lowdown on what to expect to find on the DVD.
I’ll be honest, we’ve not heard a whole helluva lot about Edward Anderson’s Shuttle round these parts, save for the occasional news story here and there we’ve done on it, but apparently it’s gotten some good reviews via its festival screenings over the last year or so.
Maybe you didn’t notice it, but I know we sure as hell did; Splinter was supposed to hit DVD on January 27th. It didn’t. Why the hell is that, do you ask? No idea, but Magnolia will now be releasing Toby Wilkins’ badass monster movie on April 14th.
The sickos behind next Tuesday’s Blu-ray and standard release of the original Friday the 13th (DVD review), uncut for the first time in the U.S., have provided Dread with an exclusive clip from one of the disc’s bonus features! Don't worry, we won’t be greedy, we'll share it with you. Use the links below to pre-order yours today!
You know, after sailing through some troubled waters for the better part of 2008, Lionsgate continues to make amends with horror fans by pulling off some really unexpected DVD coups. Following in the steps of the original My Bloody Valentine (review), the studio is now set to release Slaughter High uncut when it hits store shelves on April 14th.
Funny how Guilala went from being a giant Japanese monster that only appeared in a lone movie that's mostly unknown to today's audiences yet nearly 40-years later The X From Outer Space has not only returned in a new movie, he's even become a spokesmonster for a jobs' website.
The freaks over at Upcoming Horror Movies got their hands on the specs for the April 21st release of Hellraiser on Blu-ray, and we thought we’d share ‘em with you. Cause, you know, we care.
A bunch of stuff you’ve likely never heard of hits DVD this Tuesday, January 27th, 2009. Will there be a gem or two among them? Only one way to find out!