Geeks around the world were incredibly saddened last week when Edgar Wright parted ways with the live-action Ant-Man adaptation he had been working on, which had been a true passion project of his.
You may have noticed that we really haven't written up any stories about Transcendence, and the reason for that is that it's not quite a horror film. Or is it?!
The first clip has come for the documentary West of Memphis, which opens on Christmas Day courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics; and we're pretty sure it will provide one of the most intense, powerful movie experiences this year. Check it out!
A new, longer trailer has come in for the documentary West of Memphis, which opens on Christmas Day courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics; and we're pretty sure it will provide the most intense, powerful movie experience this year. Check it out!
West of Memphis opens on Christmas Day, and Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled new poster art and another trailer for the documentary that tells the story behind an extraordinary and desperate fight to bring the truth to light. It's powerful stuff, and we especially like the music used in the trailer!
With Dark Shadows hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week, we figured it was about time to take you cats on a free high definition trip to Collinwood. That's the best we could do just short of inventing a time machine!
Playing as part of The Toronto International Film Festival's Mavericks lineup, which invites audiences into discussions with leaders in the film industry and beyond, is the highly anticipated documentary West of Memphis, and we've got three clips for you right here.
The Toronto International Film Festival has announced this year’s Mavericks lineup, which invites audiences into discussions with leaders in the film industry and beyond, and the highlight for Dread readers is the documentary West of Memphis.
Following up on our story from a couple of weeks ago, Warner Brothers has unveiled details and artwork for their upcoming Blu-ray and DVD releases of Tim Burton's Dark Shadows. Read on for a look at what to expect.
Dark Shadows opened this past May to box office indifference and wildly mixed reactions. The Tim Burton/Johnny Depp comedic updating of the classic Gothic 1960’s soap opera will get a second chance at life on DVD and Blu-ray this October.
Since first hearing about Johnny's Depp's involvement in a feature version of the '70s TV movie The Night Stalker, we've been excited. Even more so when news broke that Edgar Wright would be directing. Now we have a writer. Can the good news keep coming?
So the question beckons ... does Tim Burton's take on the classic vampire-themed soap opera "Dark Shadows" have any bite? Or is it the silly looking misfire that the trailers have suggested? Our verdict is in! Dig it!
At the recent press conference for the upcoming Dark Shadows, director Tim Burton and star Johnny Depp were eager to speak about their latest collaboration as well as their deep rooted admiration for Dan Curtis' original Gothic soap, which ran on ABC from 1966 to 1971.