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Red Band Trailer Offers Up The Sacrament

Just 24 short hours after an awesome new poster came across our desks here at Dread Central, the long-awaited trailer for Ti West's latest, The Sacrament (review), has arrived. That's the goods news...

Live and Die by This New Poster for The Sacrament

Magnet Releasing scooped up the rights to The Sacrament (review), Ti West's latest contribution to the genre, at last year's Toronto International Film Festival, and right now we have some new artwork for you to dig on.

Clown Trailer Ready to Tear Out Your Funny Bone

The Film Stage just checked in with the trailer for the Eli Roth-produced flick Clown starring Peter Stormare (Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, Fargo) and Laura Allen (From Within, The Collective). Check it out if you dare!

Make a Date to Head into The Green Inferno

A release date is making the rounds online for Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), and apparently the flick will be seeing the light of day on September 5, 2014, via Open Road Films.

Magnet Releasing Gives The Sacrament a Release Date

Premiering earlier this year at the Toronto International Film Festival, it wasn't long before Magnet Releasing scooped up the rights to The Sacrament (review), Ti West's latest contribution to the genre. Today comes the news that a release date has been set.

Eli Roth, Eric Newman, and Scott Kosar Involved in History Channel's New Jesus Project that Could Include Exorcism

We've all heard it said that Jesus was the first zombie, but the first exorcist? If this latest news of a potential series on History is correct, that's exactly how he'll be portrayed! Read on for the details.

*UPDATED* The Green Inferno Chews Its Way Onto German Home Video

One thing I always make sure to tell fellow horror fans is that they need to invest in a region-free Blu-ray player so they can watch releases from all over the world. Case in point: While we sit around and wait for a U.S. home video release...

Eli Roth and David O. Russell Working on a Horror Film Together?

After a six-year absence, Eli Roth returned in a big way this year with The Green Inferno, which gobbled up accolades on the festival circuit and is headed into theaters next year. What's next for the Splat Pack'er? A collaboration with David O. Russell perhaps?!

Take a Brief Look Into The Green Inferno

A quick glimpse of Eli Roth's next film, The Green Inferno (review), made its way to the "Tonight Show With Jay Leno," and we have the clip for you right here. Check it out!

Eli Roth Talks Watching the Audience Squirm, Political Allegories in His Films, Flying Monkeys, and More!

It's Masters of Horror week on "Larry King Now," and most recently King dissected the brain of Eli Roth. We've got the full interview here along with the lowdown on who else's brain Larry's been munching.

Madeline Brewer Walks Into Hemlock Grove

The Eli Roth-produced series "Hemlock Grove" returns to Netflix for a second season next year and will bring along with it a pretty face that should be quite familiar to Netflix subscribers.

Green Inferno, The (2013)

Starring Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, Sky Ferreira Directed by Eli Roth

Sitges 2013 Bursting at the Seams with Horror: The Green Inferno, Machete Kills, Insidious Chapter 2, The Sacrament, Grand Piano, and MUCH More

Sitges 2013 kicks off 11 October, and if you'll be there, just about every recently buzzed about horror film will be too so get some rest between now and then - you'll need it!

Magnet Releasing Officially Announces Acquisition of The Sacrament

At the tail end of last week, Magnet took to social media to confirm that they had scooped up the rights to The Sacrament (review) at the Toronto Intentional Film Festival, and today the official press release has been sent our way. Give it a read, for all the details!

TIFF 2013: Magnet Confirms its Acquisition of The Sacrament

Magnet Releasing, director Ti West, and producer Eli Roth all tweeted in succession the news that yes, Magnet has indeed acquired The Sacrament following its successful (to say the least) screening at the Toronto International Film Festival. Expect release details soon.