It Came From the Internet!
Never underestimate the cool factor and dedication of fans. Wanna see something impressive? Then check out the fan film Dead Island: Riptide - No Retreat from YouTuber pwnisher. Yep... pretty bad-ass.
On a personal level I make no bones about it... The Creature from the Black Lagoon is one of my all time favorite movie monsters, and to this very day it holds up as one of the best monster suits ever created. Get ready to take a full color look at him in all his gilled glory!
We caught up with actor and producer Marc Senter over the weekend to chat with him regarding his role in Grace director Paul Solet’s BlackBoxTV short Going Down as well as his growing musical inclinations and more. Read on!
If you are an Amityville Horror fan, then believe me you're gonna want to be paying attention to the following story, which features some badass artwork that all collectors should have hanging on the walls of their homes.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best. Like, what's more off-putting than an elevator ride? It's claustrophobic; you're trapped in a tiny box with strange people. Any number of bad things can happen. And that's the premise behind a dastardly short entitled Going Down.
Be warned. Once you watch the following video you will NEVER be able to unsee it. It will haunt you throughout your day and send you sweating and screaming into the night. Think you have the guts? Get ready to be scarred.
Ever wonder how some of your favorite monsters would stack up against others size-wise? How much taller is Godzilla than, say, a T-Rex? How big is King Kong in comparison to both? Godzilla fought King Kong in Japan so they're about the same size, right? Wrong! Read on!
We first told you about the new horror-themed YouTube channel BlackBoxTV way back in January of 2012, and since then it's been steadily picking up steam. On tap for you cats to dig on right now are three clips that are nothing short of a must watch!
Judging by the popularity of Evil Dead at the box office this past weekend, one thing is for sure... Horror is hotter than ever. As a result everyone's looking to capitalize on it as much as possible. Including Netflix, which is already spinning off "Hemlock Grove" in the most unlikely of places...
When it comes to creating a living and breathing universe for fans to play in, few people do it better than legendary horror author Stephen King. Part of the charm of the worlds that King creates is that they intersect with each other from book to book. It can be pretty hard to keep track of. Until now.
It's a crying shame that Roger Ebert will never get to see and review the upcoming films that are just screaming for his critque. However, that doesn't mean that we cannot take a look back at some of his views on several much beloved horror films.
Here at Dread Central we are very fan-centric. You guys are the reason we're allowed to exist so we try to spotlight your work as much as we can. Every now and again we come across something a fan has done that is nothing short of stellar. This is one of those times.
In the tradition of the chop-sockey grindhouse films of yesteryear comes a man more skilled than the one with the iron fists. Sharper than Machete. A whirlwind dynamo of kick-tastic violence who channels the spirit of the Dragon himself.
In 2008 Brian Collins opened the doors of Horror Movie a Day, and since its inception Collins has reviewed a horror movie a day, just like the site's name suggests. He has become an amazing voice in this industry, and rarely will you find someone with more dedication to the genre.
It truly is amazing what a bit of editing can do. For instance, take The Hangover, arguably one of the funniest films of the last ten years. Do a little editing, add some music, and what you're left with can chill you to the bone.