It Came From the Internet!
Screw Myst! One of the all-time great horror games - the haunted-house classic The 7th Guest - has just been resurrected in a new port for the iPhone and iPad, and it’s every bit as creepy as it was back in the day. Ain’t nostalgia great?
If you were a fan of TV's "Millennium", you'll be getting quite a post-Christmas present this Sunday, December 26th, in the form of podcast featuring Lance Henriksen, Megan Gallagher, and Brittany Tiplady...yes, Brittany Tiplady!
Sick of endless repeats of It’s A Wonderful Life or those seen-to-death Rankin-Bass animated throwbacks? Well, fans of cheesy monster movies have an alternative on Christmas Eve.
After more than 20,000 votes for three possible choices, fans have selected a “Roswell” storyline for Syfy and IGN.com's B Movie Mogul – the online development and production site that lets fans weigh in on an upcoming Syfy Saturday Original Movie.
Forget the Oscars, the Golden Globes, the Emmys, and all those other mainstream awards shows. What we have here are the 4th Annual Splatcademy Awards celebrating the very best films, actors, and moments the horror genre had to offer in 2010. Where else do breasts get their own category?!?
Internet horror is everywhere you look these days, and webisodes are quickly becoming a popular option for enterprising young filmmakers. Today we've got the scoop on a recent series of Internet shorts called Fractures.
As you may recall, during the Halloween season Dread Central partnered with the fine folks at Dailymotion and "Camera Obscura" for the "Camera Obscura" Terrifying Costume Contest with a $1,000 first place cash prize, and today the winners were announced.
For the 12 Days of Christmas, FEARnet is running a set of 12 one-minute animated videos called Fear Academy, and they've given Dread Central an exclusive early look at the episode entitled "When the Lights Go Out". The short cartoons demonstrate the lessons we all know and love about horror films: the virgin lives, don’t drink, clowns and dolls = death, and never say "I’ll be back."
As we told you a few days ago, the folks behind the animated web series "Xombie" (Epic Level Entertainment) have a new live-action zombie comedy series called “Bite Me”, and now we have the web series' poster and a more detailed synopsis to share.
Filmmaker Jonathan Moody, who is in the works on horror webseries "Scream Queen Campfire" and the horror anthology Trick or Eat, has created another new webseries being planned to debut April 12th, 2011, called "Echo Lake". It's a horror mystery thriller about a small town beset by a relentless serial killer. Anyone can be a suspect, and anyone can also be a victim.
The folks behind the animated web series "Xombie" (Epic Level Entertainment) have a new live-action zombie comedy series called “Bite Me”, and the first two episodes have debuted online. Of course we have them for you here to check out! From the Press Release:
A little bit of a computer meltdown delayed the newest episode of Creep Creepersin's Monster Killers Club from going live, but that's not enough to stop Crom. The new episode is live for your enjoyment!
We have all been there -- there's a horror fan on your list who seemingly has everything and you haven't the slightest friggin' idea what to get them. Why not invest in something unique from Sid Haig, the Captain himself? From the Press Release
There are lots of things we really dig other than horror around the Dread Central offices. As long as it's bizarre in some fashion, we're all in. One thing we have a passion for is wrestling that's not of the PG-rated WWE brand or the old folks home known as TNA. Give us Dragon Gate, New Japan, Ring of Honor, and of course Luche Libre any day! Speaking of which ...
Some cool news coming in for those of you excited for Bart D. Van Bemmel and Jason A. Wheeler's new web series, Throwing Stones! We have got the skinny on where and when you can dig it!