It Came From the Internet!
I don't think there's a movie that has inspired more awesome merchandise, both fan-made and official, than Alien. If you slap a Xenomorph onto pretty much anything, it instantly becomes totally badass, and it's pretty much a guarantee that I'm gonna buy it.
For the past five years the Blackout haunted house has been terrifying audiences and making quite the impression on the haunted attraction scene. This year they promise to make past years' attractions look like child's play with the launch of a brand new experience in terror - Blackout:elements.
A couple weeks back we reported that Full Moon was gearing up to launch its very own streaming service to provide movies and all kinds of fun exclusive content to the company's fans. And guess what? Today's the day!!!
Several things led to the demise of Guillermo Del Toro's recently planned adaptation of the H.P. Lovecraft novella At the Mountains of Madness, a project that had been talked about for years and at one point had Tom Cruise attached to star.
Pink Slime Is the Last Thing You Need to Worry About in These 'What If' McDonald's Horror Happy Meals
I remember the joys of McDonald's Happy Meals from when I was a tiny Creepy. I loved ripping into the box, securing the toy, and stuffing my face. Of course this would be followed by bouts of explosive diarrhea that would make Al Roker shart-shy, but, oh, to be young again, right?
When Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity came out several years ago, lots of things changed. Stars Katie Featherston and Micah Sloat were thrust into the spotlight, and a true film juggernaut was launched! Some folks even thought it was real. Speaking of which...
Don't get me wrong. I understand some people are creeped out by dolls, but if some little two-foot tall piece of plastic tried chasing me, I'd punt it into next year, then cage it and show it off to friends. Still, most people would shit their pants. Speaking of which...
CW Seed, the digital-only studio of The CW Network, has launched, and included among their new web series is "The P.E.T. Squad Files," created by and starring John Dale and Michael Hobert.
There's a new horror anthology series heading to the Internet next month, and it's backed by some pretty respectable names within the genre. Read on for all the details about Darknet, which promises to take us to the deepest and darkest recesses of the 'Net!
Ever since Brad Pitt asked the famed question "What's in the box?" in Se7en, we've had an idea lurking in the back of our minds... What if boxes filled with unknown spooky merch could find its way to your doorstep every month? Hell yeah! What if, indeed!
You know, when we think "hot chick in a bikini," the next thing we think of is how hot it would be to see her sexy bits bound in human flesh and detailed in human blood. Do you share the same mindset? If so, then this is for you!
The horror genre can rear its head in some truly weird places, and that's the beauty of it all! Who could forget The Headless Woman on "Happy Days?" The haunted air conditioner on "The Odd Couple?" Hell, any "Roseanne" Halloween episode! Add "Parks and Recreation" to that list.
All week long over on YouTube it's Geek Week, a celebration of the nerd in all of us that features all sorts of fun and exclusive content from over 100 of the most popular geeky channels on the 'Tube.
With ticket prices at the theater getting higher and higher, audiences more and more annoying and video shops all but gone, instant streaming services like Netflix and VUDU are fast becoming the preferred way for today's audiences to watch movies.
In what is one of the oddest things we've ever reported on here at Dread Central, Google Maps has uncovered a 1,200-foot wide pentagram embedded in the ground in an isolated corner of Kazakhstan. Read on for details.