Roadside Attractions has announced a November 2nd release for Barry Levinson’s eco-horror The Bay, which will world premiere in September in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness section. The found footage flick was originally to be released via Lionsgate.
There's a lot of buzz surrounding Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here), and believe us when we tell you that it's well deserved. The flick is scary as hell, and we have the lowdown on how YOU can see it FIRST!
As the official theatrical release date of October 5th creeps ever closer, the brand new UK-exclusive quad poster for Scott Derrickson’s spookily promising Sinister has been unveiled. Peek through your fingers if you must... it’s okay, we don’t judge.
Not a day passes in which we're not grateful that Universal has come to its senses and is letting their film Ouija, based upon the Hasbro board game which lets users talk to the dead, be a horror movie instead of a Jumanji like adventure as originally planned.
While we have zero idea what is going on with Lionsgate's creature feature The Bay, some concept art from Daniel Colon has made its way online to offer up a possible look at some of the action. Dig it!
In case you missed it when it launched, here is the world premiere of the trailer for Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here)! Check out the spookiness and get excited!
Right now you can get your first look at the trailer for Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here)! Check out the spookiness and don't forget to participate in the LIVE Twitter chat!
Get ready for what could quite possibly be the best damned motion poster we've seen in a very long time in promotion of Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here). So much red stuff! Oh, the gory glory of it all! Dig it!
Just in time for this year’s Cinemacon, Summit Entertainment has released the following bit of bloody banner artwork for its upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here), and we've got every pixel of it for you on tap right here!
Some really interesting news coming out of Paramount to kick off your Easter weekend. Not only is the Paranormal Activity crew working on the fourth entry into the franchise, but there's a Latino-flavored offshoot in the works as well.
Another review has come in from one of our badasses on the scene at the SXSW Film Festival, and given the early buzz from just about EVERYONE in attendance, we could be looking at one of the best horror films of the year. Read on for our verdict.
We've been talking about what a missed opportunity it would be to turn a movie called Ouija, based on a board that lets you talk to the dead, into a big budget family extravaganza since the idea was first presented. Finally Hollywood has come to its senses!
It started with a mysterious knock on the door of the Dread Central offices early this morning. We ran to the door, but no one was there. Just a box. An unmarked box. Thinking it was our vintage 70's porn collection that we recently won on eBay, we let it sit for a bit. Upon opening it, however, we weren't greeted with any delightfully unkempt naughty bits. Instead there was a tea set and a little note ...
Dread Central Raises its Pinky High for Some Demonic Tea with the Cast and Crew from the Paranormal Activity Films
On a bright and sunny Friday the 13th, Dread Central was invited alongside several other journalists to have "Tea with Toby"- the demon behind all the terrifying shenanigans in the Paranormal Activity series- as well as a few of his co-stars and the mastermind behind it all, writer/director/producer Oren Peli.