Though the weather outside is getting warmer and warmer, let's not forget what a miserable snowbound winter this was, especially for those of you who live up North. In case you needed a reminder, some new images from Hypothermia popped up online that are sure to bring you all kinds of chilly haunted memories.
Director Josh Vargas (Sway) dropped us a line today updating us on his remake of the S.F Brownrigg film Don't Look in the Basement, and things seem as if they're finally cookin'!
After recently appearing in a couple of just so-so movies with the likes of Julia Roberts and Naomi Watts, Clive Owen has found a new partner that will hopefully result in some box office -- and genre -- gold: director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.
The international trailer for Ju-On creator Takashi Shimizu's latest dive into the terror deep, The Shock Labyrinth in 3D, has arrived, and its riddled with stuff we can't understand. That's okay though. Screaming is a universal language.
One documentary we've been waiting to get to see for a long time is filmmaker Robert Galluzzo's (Rob G to all the cool kids) definitive doc about the Psycho franchise - The Psycho Legacy. A true labor of love for all those involved, the feature is finally coming home!
Filming has wrapped on John Landis' Burke and Hare, and one half of the ghoulish duo recently spoke a bit about what you can expect from the flick!
A 3D movie involving sharks and a big-breasted blonde's boobs? Shouldn't The Buz be writing this story? Is there even a story here? There will be if Heidi Montag has it her way. God help us.
Pill Hill Press recently sent over the news that Eric S. Brown is releasing a new novella this month entitled How the West Went to Hell that's primed to take readers on an Old West adventure of epic proportions.
Many years ago Richard Diaz started posting on horror message boards along with myself and many others. He was affectionately known to his online buddies as "Gory", and he traveled with us from Fangoria to the place that shall not be named (we wish them well) and now finally to here on Dread Central. His love of horror is pure and as evident as can be, and it's with great pleasure and honor that we debut the trailer for his first indie horror film. Get ready for a look at Distortion!
Lars Von Trier is a filmmaker who's really looking to leave his stamp not only on the genre but on film in general. If he keeps churning out stuff along the lines of Antichrist, he may just succeed. Now that the filmmaker is looking to tackle death and horror on an epic scale, it's going to be very interesting to see just how his latest film, Melancholia, pans out.
John Landis has been away from feature films for so long that I had to take a quick trip to the IMDb to recall what his last theatrical release actually was. And now that I've done the research, I'm not going to reprint it because it would surely dampen what I consider to be joyous news: A sneak peek at his long-awaited return to genre filmmaking!
Earlier this morning Dread Central was invited to a very preliminary sneak peek at the upcoming King Kong attraction that will be integrated into the backlot tour at Universal Studios Hollywood Theme Park this summer.
We've been talking about Kevin Smith's horror project Red State for several years now, and through it all a lack of funding has been what was keeping this baby at bay. Until now.
Aja's Mirrors was hit or miss with fans, and we can only hope that Victor Garcia's follow-up will hit more of the marks that fans wanted it to. We'll get the chance to judge for ourselves soon enough!
Well, this is refreshing. A young actress who actually claims to want to appear in horror movies. Abigail Breslin, welcome to the family!