Horror Comedy

A Zombie Comedy That Will Deliver Me to Hell

Well, not me personally but definitely someone. That's right, kids; a new indie flesh-eater flick is on its way from Camelot Entertainment Group, who announced today that it will co-produce an interactive zombie comedy titled Deliver Me To Hell about zombie-filled streets where only brave delivery boys can save the world. Hopefully one of them has our pizza.

The DeadHeads Shamble Home Stateside in March

We've been looking forward to the zombie comedy DeadHeads for a long while here at Dread Central, and the flick is finally coming home according to the movie's Facebook page! Look for it on March 6th from Freestyle Releasing!

Danielle Harris' Among Friends Starts Moving

It's been a while since last there was anything to report on Danielle Harris' latest project, Among Friends, but some really good news has just floated into our offices!

Vampire Comedy Coming from Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititi?

Fans of "Flight of the Conchords" will be happy to hear that one half of the team, Jermaine Clement, could be teaming with writer/director Taika Waititi for a new vampire comedy. Sink your teeth into the news right here.

Monster Brawl Brawling Later

It seemed a natural fit scheduling a DVD release the same week as Wrestlemania for a movie designed like a pro wrestling PPV about monsters stepping into the ring to fight each other with a cast that includes several well-known names from the world of pro wrestling. Unfortunately, that March release date just marched all the way back to the summer.

New Animated Horror Comedy to Take Us to Hell & Back

Weird things can happen purely by accident. You know what we're talking about... pick up a book, read aloud, and boom! plague of locusts. Yeah, that can suck, but you know what sucks more? Accidentally getting dragged to hell.

Sundance 2012: First Official Clip from Grabbers

Monster movies. You can never have enough of them, and we've been excited about Grabbers, starring Richard Coyle (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Ruth Bradley (Flyboys), and Russell Tovey ("Being Human" UK), since we first mentioned it many months ago. The first clip has slithered online, and as always we have it for you here.

Detention of the Dead Graduates to a Full-Length Trailer

So what if the NFL playoffs are taking place? Zombies don't care about football! As some counter-programming, indie zombedy Detention of the Dead has unleashed its official trailer, and of course we have it right here.

Monster Brawl Home Video Artwork Ready to Rumble

Somewhere in the middle of all of the holiday madness of 2011, The Foywonder reported that Monster Brawl (review here) would be hitting DVD in March of this year. As a quick follow-up to that tasty nugget of news, the official artwork has come our way! Dig it!

Hey! You Smell That? Lionsgate is Breaking Wind at The Twilight Saga!

Though it's still a bit of a mystery to us how the teenage saga of beastiality and necrophilia known as The Twilight Saga ever became so popular in the first place, we are happy about one thing ... the spoofs.

Sundance 2012: A Whale of a New Still From Grabbers

Helmed by Jon Wright and penned by Kevin Lehane, the creature feature Grabbers, starring Richard Coyle (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Ruth Bradley (Flyboys), and Russell Tovey ("Being Human" UK), is looking to make its premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and we've got a new still to getcha going.

Feast on Your High School Years with First Detention of the Dead Teaser Trailer

When there's no more room in hell, the dead will go to detention. That's the premise, well sort of, for the latest indie zombedy, Detention of the Dead, and we've got your first look at the teaser trailer right here.

New Panman Art and Trailer Dishes Out the Evil

It's been a long time since last we dined on death with the new slasher flick Panman, but some new artwork and a trailer (both marinated in a fine mixture of carnage, torment, and insidious devilry) have just come across our plates! Dig in!

New Artwork for Harold's Going Stiff

Not all zombies are bad. Hell, we've met a few over the years who were quite nice ... Bub, Fido, etc. Well, you can now add Harold to the ever growing list of cuddly cadavers, and we've got new artwork and a still to show you just how friendly he is!

Ten Best Horror Comedies to Haunt You Over the Holidays

The horror-comedy. Perhaps the most difficult sub-genre of film to perfect. Most attempts at horror-comedy don't come off well. Either they're too scary without enough comedy or (more frequently) mostly humor with not enough horror. A lot of times they just come across as trying too hard and cheesy. But every once in a while a movie gets it just right. And when that happens, audiences embrace and celebrate the brilliant and elusive successful horror-comedy.