This weekend C2E2 goes down at the Lakeside Center at McCormick Place in Chicago, and if you're planning to attend, you won't want to miss the "Monster Mash-Up Mayhem" panel, on which all the brains behind the Quirk Classics Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, its prequel Dawn of the Dreadfuls, and Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters will all be appearing together for the first time!
You've been told that Adam Mason's new film Pig is not for everyone. Especially not for those of you out there who can't handle some truly disturbing and torturous imagery. So here's your chance to decide if you can make it through to the film's psychotic conclusion! Strap in and see the film's first thirteen minutes right now, and be warned ... none of this is safe for work.
Ready for the premiere of Adam Mason's Pig this weekend? Let's hope you have the stomach for it! To get your prepped (as if anything actually could), we have gotten our hands on four brand spanking new lobby cards for the flick!
The 2010 Dallas International Film Festival kicked off this past weekend by presenting actress Amber Heard with the first DALLAS Shining Star Award on Saturday, April 10, at The Angelika Film Center, and on Friday, April 16th, writer/director Frank Darabont will receive the DALLAS Star Award for his many contributions to the film industry over the course of his illustrious career.
When it comes to horror conventions, we here at Dread Central are pretty damned jaded. We always make it a point to show up to party and even give away tons of free stuff at events all over the country. Speaking personally, during my convention going tenure I thought I had seen it all. I don't think I've ever been happier to be wrong.
We're getting really close to the world premiere of Adam Mason's Pig so you can expect all sorts of goodies to be clawing their way out online, the first of which is this snazzy new one-sheet!
During the Craft Awards portion of the 2010 Streamy Awards held the evening of April 7th, Robert Hall's Almost Human Digital Effects Studio took home two awards for its FearNet web series "Fear Clinic", which stars Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Danielle Harris, and Lisa Wilcox.
Most of us agreed the 2009 remake of The Lodger failed to live up to its potential despite its stellar cast. Curious to see Alfred Hitchcock's original 1927 version of the tale accompanied by live organ music at UCLA this weekend? Then read on!
The Horror Society has announced another Women of Horror Film Festival will be held this coming May 1st in Chicago, and their goal for this festival is to show the female side of the horror genre in a way that most horror fans may not be familiar with. Read on for more details!
Are you a fan of Troll 2? It's okay. You can admit it! There are lots of us out there! So much so that a documentary has been made focusing on the fans, the film, and the spectacle that the little flick has turned into! Now that it has found distro though Area23A, you're gonna get your chance to join in on the heartwarmingly silly event that is Best Worst Movie at hopefully a theatre near you!
There will always be a soft spot in the hearts of every horror fan old enough to remember the goodness of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. It inspired hundreds of today's biggest filmmakers, and now that the publication has joined forces with IDW, it looks to inspire countless more. We've got the final look at Famous Monsters of Filmland Issue #251 for you that features new, dynamic artwork by legendary comics artist Richard Corben, as well as a peek at the first variant cover. As if you needed any more reasons to get excited!
The Streamy Awards, honoring excellence in Web TV programming, have officially come of age with the announcement that they are not just a one-time thing. In fact, the 2nd Annual Streamy Awards will be taking place in just a few weeks on Sunday, April 11, 2010, LIVE on the Internet.
You want badass and cool? This is badass and cool! Filmmaker Adam Mason, who has brought us the highly revered The Devil's Chair, Blood River, and Broken, has a new film he's ready to unleash upon viewers called Pig; and you'll be able to see the whole thing ... right here ... FREE!
There's LOTS of horror coming to the Lone Star state this April, and we've got the early word on what movies you can expect to see playing during the Texas Frightmare Film Festival.
There will always be a soft spot in the hearts of every horror fan old enough to remember the goodness of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. It inspired hundreds of today's biggest filmmakers, and now that the publication has joined forces with IDW, it looks to inspire countless more. We've got a second teaser look at Famous Monsters of Filmland Issue #251 for you that features new, dynamic artwork by legendary comics artist Richard Corben. As if you needed any more reasons to get excited!