It Came From the Internet!
Here at Dread Central we love us some Kristina Klebe. Arguably she was one of the best parts of Rob Zombie's Halloween, and now that she's fighting zombies in Zone of the Dead, we couldn't be happier -- if not strangely aroused by the sight of her with a shotgun. *Ahem* ... Speaking of which, a music video mash-up featuring Kristina just popped up online, and in it you'll find some cool footage of her taking care of zombie business among other things!
We've all heard the Latin term Memento Mori and have a good idea of what it means. But what about its literal translation, "Remember you will die"? What does that have to do with the band Flyleaf and their reasons for selecting the phrase as the title of their new album? To help clarify things, we've got an exclusive look at one of the webisodes the group has put together for their upcoming sophomore effort, Memento Mori.
The format of new media is always evolving, and one thing that's white-hot right now is exclusive short-form online series. Though there are dozens out there, Eduardo Rodriguez's "Blood Cell" has really caught our eye. Now it can grab yours, too, as we have all eighteen episodes right here for you to dig on!
As we mentioned in our previous story about Web content provider Babelgum's new series "The Occulterers", TONIGHT FROM 6:00 pm TO 7:00 pm, Pacific, Dread Central will be providing LIVE streaming footage of the 2009 West Hollywood Halloween Parade. Check back here at that time for the goods!
Just taking a moment to wish you all a very happy Halloween. Here's to another year of laughs, chills, and obscenities directed at whoever decides to remake the next film that should be left alone.
Tired of your old ringtones? For the first time, the classic A Nightmare On Elm Street theme 'Jump Rope' (better known as 'Freddy's Coming') is available as a ringtone! Oh happy mobile day! To horror movie fans, it's a familiar song. "One, Two, Freddy's coming for you Three, Four, better lock your door Five, Six grab your crucifix Seven, Eight, better stay up late Nine, Ten, never sleep again"
G4TV's Attack of the Show is doing a good job of getting our ghost this Halloween season by offering some exclusive goodies involving slashers in search of higher forms of education, a video interview with Robert Englund, who dishes the goods on his new web series "Fear Clinic", and Joe Lynch discussing his opinions on horror and what you should be watching!
Have you been invited to a Halloween party and are expected to bring some food to the gathering? Are you at a loss for ideas? Well then, you'll want to check out the "Meat Hand" treat a reader sent our way!
Where do horror movie slashers head for a higher education? Just in time for Halloween, G4’s welcomes you to "Slasher School" – the only place the murderous, undead, and possessed can go to learn the fine art of the flashy kill.
EDITOR'S NOTE: We're always on the lookout for good new writers here at Dread Central, and with the addition of MattFini we hit pay dirt! Matt's not only one of our best and brightest, but he's also as opinionated as they come. You're almost always guaranteed to be either infuriated or amused at his musings. Each day this week he'll be posting his own Halloween Top 10 lists. Agree? Disagree? Laugh! Cry! Sound off inside!
We told you about Dexter: Early Cuts, which is a twelve-part animated series told in four, one to two-minute installments, just a couple of weeks back; and now you can dig on the first two parts of Installment One right now!
First time Reaper Award (or Grimmy, as he is affectionately known) winner for best direct-to-video feature, director Ben Rock, and producer Alicia Conway have taken part in Instant Film's Movies Made in 48 Hours Film Festival; and we've got a look at his entry for you ... a little flick that insists that you Shut Up! I Said Shut Up!
We've all heard and seen tons of stuff surrounding the very controversial new film Antichrist directed by Lars Von Trier, but we've never seen anything quite like this!
After nailing down a phenomenon with Paranormal Activity, Paramount has opted to throw its hat into the web series arena with its latest horror based entry, Circle of Eight, launching this month on MySpace.
Holy shit! Those are the only words that came to mind while watching the latest Halloween themed short from Adam Green and ArieScope Pictures. Starring Paul Solet (Grace), Jack Chop is an infomercial that would have Vince (you're gonna love his nuts) from "Slap Chop" pissing in his pants! Watch and enjoy!