Another generically titled horror flick is on its way from Thailand! This latest anthology features four tales of terror so why not just call it Four? It makes sense, doesn't it? It nearly named itself!!! Not much is known about the flick other than the brief description below, but make sure you dig on the English subtitled trailer for a taste of what's to come!
"Humans are such easy prey." Ever since we heard that phrase uttered in the horror classic From Beyond, it has managed to stick with us. Since then there have been a myriad of horror movies and otherwise that have the human hunting premise with Hostel being the most famous of the bunch.
Yep, the news is slow right now, but the lull won't last long (it never does) so while waiting for the biz to officially reopen its doors for 2011, why not dig around for some mostly missed coolness?
José Luis Alemán's sequel to his own Spanish horror flick La herencia Valdemar, Inheritance Valdemar II: The Shadow Prohibited (or La Herencia Valdemar II: La Sombra Prohibida for you purists), will be opening in Spanish cinemas on January 28th; and we've got the trailer and more for you.
Israel is officially tossing its hat into the slasher sub-genre arena with the new flick Rabies (would totally have been funnier if they called it Rabbis), and we've got the first look at the movie for ya right here!
More Swedish horrors are headed our way, and while we don't know exactly when we'll being seeing the new flick Blood Runs Cold, we're still happy that it's on the horizon! Dig on the teaser trailer for the flick, filmed on a micro-budget by Sweden-based production company Stockholm Syndrome, below.
Demon-mania has spread around the world with every country offering the devil his due at the box office! The next tale of possession that's hit upon our head-spinning radar comes to us straight from Oz! Ready for a trailer? We thought you would be!
That's right, kids! The insane little flick I Saw the Devil has nabbed itself a limited theatrical release set for March 4th, 2011, courtesy of our favorite crazies over at Magnet Releasing.
Here at Dread Central any time the dead decide to rise and ravage the living is a really good time. Having them rise and lay siege to a church? Well, that's like a dream come true, and that's exactly what we're getting in the Danish horror flick Opstandelsen.
We didn't think generic horror movie titles could get any worse than The Haunted House Project and Italian Ghost Stories, but this may be the worst one of all time - brace yourself for the trailer for the terror out of Thailand - See a Ghost. That's right, See a Ghost. We shit you not.
Another French horror film has hit our radar this morning, once again dealing with the terrors of yet another home invasion (a seemingly big box office sub-genre draw over there). What's scarier than the thought of a stranger rifling around your home with you in it? Not much. Read on for the details.
Some more types of paranormal activity are about to be investigated, this time in a town instead of a house, and that opens the door for things to get really interesting, don't ya think?
Well, it's nice to know that America isn't the only one in the remake, retelling, reimagining, rebooting business! Veteran Hong Kong director Wilson Yip (Ip Man, Ip Man 2) is hard at work crafting his version of the classic Eighties horror flick A Chinese Ghost Story, and we have the first look for you right here!
Yep, there's just nothing like really bad CGI to snap you directly out of whatever mood or fun has been created by a film. The trailer for Chilean monster flick Los Elementales is total proof of that.
Finally after months of rocking semi-centered slightly blurry looks at the teaser posters for both [REC]: Genesis and [REC]: Apocalypse we've got a good look at the goodies for you. Sure, they're nothing too special and are exactly what you'd expect but at least now they're in focus!