Saw V, Paranormal Activity 4, the last three Halloweens...every franchise has a moment where the driving forces throw their hands up and say "fuck it." The Final Destination did more than kill its entire cast, it prevented U.S. audiences from flocking to the surprisingly great Final Destination 5.
Around these parts we are SUCKERS for good movie posters. Know what else we're big fans of? Talented artists who possess the know-how to add a new spin on things we've seen countless times. Yep, what's old is new again, kids, and it's never looked better!
After a few lackluster sequels, 2011's Final Destination 5 quite impressed me, wrapping up the entire franchise and ending it all on the perfect note. But we all know we haven't seen the last of the creative kills and a sixth installment in the franchise is imminent.
The new horror film You're Next is anything but traditional. So to celebrate the release of this new diabolical nightmare, we've decided to bring you a list that is anything but traditional itself. Take a gander at the Top 9 Most Unorthodox Weapons in Horror!
It's Thursday. Friday's still quite a few hours away, and you're looking for something to help you pass your time. We totally hear you. The Internet has become a veritable theme park of time-killing activities, and the following one is a treat for sure!
On December 27th Warner Home Video will unleash Final Destination 5 (home video review here), and we couldn't be more excited. The flick rocked on every level, and believe us when we tell you seeing all that carnage in high definition is nothing short of magnificent. That being said, we have your chance to score yourself a copy right here, on us!
What's up with kids being scared by artwork in the UK? It seems like at least once a year something is banned there because it's upsetting or scaring children. The latest offender ...
We've all been there. It's the holiday season. You're sitting around the table with pain in the ass relatives that you obligatorily see once a year, and everybody wants to do something fun. How about you put on one of the most violent films of the year and see them scatter! Ho ho ho!
No matter how you slice it, commercials in foreign countries are so much better than the homogenized bullshit we have to suffer through here in the States. Ads overseas aren't afraid to be racy or inappropriate and willingly display more balls than you're ever going to find on our tubes. Case in point ...
You just thought we were done discussing Final Destination 5 for a while - or at least until the film's home video release - but you should know by now that no one is safe until Trembles has the final word! Read on for his take on Final Destination 5!
Final Destination 5 Interview Series Part Four: Dread Central Talks with Producer Craig Perry, Director Steven Quale and Writer Eric Heisserer
In this fourth and final installment of our Final Destination 5 interview series, Dread Central gets an opportunity to chat with the madmen behind all the mayhem: longtime Final Destination producer Craig Perry and franchise newcomers director Steven Quale and writer Eric Heisserer.
We told you yesterday that starting on Saturday, August 13th, several copies of the original Final Destination sold in the WB Shop on Blu-ray or DVD will be signed by series creator Jeffrey Reddick. Nice, right? Even better, Dread Central, in association with Warner Bros., has one autographed Blu-ray to give away to a lucky reader. Super nice!
Final Destination 5 Interview Series Part Three: Dread Central Talks with Cast Members Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood
For this third part of our roundtable interview series for Final Destination 5, we had the opportunity to chat with several more of the cast members including Miles Fisher (who played Tom Cruise in Superhero Movie), Jacqueline MacInnes Wood ("The Bold and the Beautiful") and relative newcomer Ellen Wroe.
Since Final Destination 5 is doing its damnedest to wash away the bad memory of the last installment (and for our own Heather Wixson it has), we thought that you might be interested in what some of the other critics are saying about the movie.