Friday the 13th
This year's Halloween Horror Nights is progressing quite nicely with the announcement of Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses in 3D, but the question beckons ... what else is on tap?
The good folks over at Creation are doing their damnedest to make sure that this weekend's con will be a show that fans in attendance will never forget! More guests have been added, and we've got the whole schedule for you right here so you can make sure that you don't miss a single thing!
In the LA area and wondering what to do this weekend? Dudes and dudettes, if you're a horror fan, then trust us ... get your asses to the Creation Weekend of Horrors!
So, how did Platinum Dunes' revamped Freddy do on opening day at the box office compared to their 2009 version of Jason? It turns out he trounced the competition but couldn't quite top the numbers posted by PD's Friday the 13th redux.
Well, folks ... I made up my mind some time ago that Mr. James Coker won our weird retrospective contest. His unbridled enthusiasm – as evidenced by good usage of caps lock and exclamation points – charmed me in a way too profound to deny him an in-depth look back at Night of the Demon, an ugly and gruesome Bigfoot flick from 1980.
While talking all things A Nightmare on Elm Street during the press junket this morning at the Four Seasons, Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller gave us an update on the Friday the 13th sequel that offers a little more insight than his recent tweet on Twitter that proclaimed the project pretty much dead in the water.
The clock is ticking away, and if you haven't done so already, we suggest you get your asses in gear and get your tix for the Creation Weekend of Horrors as the show is gonna be a veritable MONSTER!
You just never know where news is going to come from nowadays, and you have got to be really eagle-eyed to spot it. Luckily we have eyes everywhere and rarely miss a trick.
With Morgan J. Freeman’s Homecoming hacking its way onto DVD today (courtesy of Paramount Pictures), we here at Dread Central thought it a perfect occasion to take a look back at our favorite on-screen axe murderers as a way of indoctrinating this new blood into the mix. 10. Gaear Grimsrud (Peter Stormare) – Fargo (1996)
There's badass, and then there's badass Sideshow Collectibles style. Their 16-inch Jason Voorhees "Terror of Crystal Lake" polystone statue is now available for pre-order, and we've got a look at both the Sideshow exclusive and regular versions for you here.
You're all too familiar with him. The creepy Burger King peering out from behind the cold, dead eyes of his trademark mask. This story is not about him, but he should be starring in his own horror film, damnit!
Another addition to what's shaping up to be the mother of all Re-Animator reunions has been made! You can add Dr. Dan Cain himself, Bruce Abbott, to the festivities, which also include appearances by Barbara Crampton, Robert Sampson, Stuart Gordon, Jeffrey Combs, and Dennis Paoli.
When a young actress named Adrienne King signed on for a small horror film called Friday the 13th, she had no idea that it would end up becoming one of the most successful independent films with a budget of around one million dollars and a gross of over 50 times that to date and that it would become one of the biggest franchises in Hollywood (spawning ten sequels including Freddy vs. Jason and one remake so far).
Things just got a lot sweeter for Re-Animator fans! In their quest to put on one big ass-kicking convention, those lovable sickos at Creation's Weekend of Horrors have just brought in some more West created firepower!
Editor's Note: Reposting this because this is your last chance to get in on owning one of the most badass collectibles ever! If you're a Friday the 13th fan, this is too cool to miss!