Revved up for some chainsaw swinging action? Then you are gonna LOVE these latest clips from [REC] 3: Genesis (review here)! Sit back and enjoy! Please, video gods... give us this movie now.
Photo gallery time, kids! That's right! We've got well over a dozen new images for you on tap from Magnet's upcoming chiller Apartment 143 aka Emergo. Dare you take a look inside?
A new making-of video has surfaced in support of [REC] 3: Genesis (review here), and though it doesn't feature any subtitles, you can still check out some new bits from the flick. Dig it!
SXSW 2012 Exclusive Interview: Director Paco Plaza Talks REC 3: Genesis, Working for the Fans and More
As mentioned in an earlier news piece about [REC} 4, Dread Central has been on hand in Austin, Texas, for the 2012 SXSW Film Festival, and during our time we had the opportunity to chat with one of our favorite independent filmmakers working today: Paco Plaza.
Consumer voting for the 2012 Home Media Magazine Awards has begun. HMM, you may recall, has been our partner in crime for the Reaper Awards over the past few years. Along with the typical categories of Best Theatrical, Best Direct-to-Video, Best Current TV Show, and lots more, they also have a Best Horror category.
Ready for a little bit more action from [REC] 3: Genesis (review here)? Then check out the latest trailer for the flick from the UK!
The hype wheel for [REC] 3: Genesis is spinning in overdrive. Ready for some clips? Of course you are! Sit back, relax and chew slowly, folks. It's the good stuff!
We've been hearing for a while now that Magnet, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, would be handling domestic distro for [REC] 3: Genesis. Though no official confirmation has ever come, word of the news has again begun spreading. So we decided to call on the powers-that-be.
Good news for fans looking forward to the ghostly new tale from Buried and Red Lights director Rodrigo Cortes: Emergo had landed distribution! Read on for details.
With a release on its way from Magnet in April, a trailer has finally dropped for Bobcat Goldthwait's latest horror film God Bless America! Check it out!
On November 29th Magnet Releasing is finally unleashing one of the best horror comedies of the last ten years when Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (review here) finally hits DVD and Blu-ray shelves everywhere. In the film our titular characters, a pair of well-meaning hillbillies (Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk) get mixed up in a gory but hilarious bloodbath when a group of college kids go camping near their vacation home and suspect the duo of kidnapping their friend Allison (Katrina Bowden) when they pull the co-ed's lifeless body from the water after she gets knocked out while skinny-dipping.
Come this November there truly will be a lot to be thankful for as that's when we'll see the DVD and Blu-ray release of the incredible horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. To whet your appetite for the flick's debut, we have a peek at the artwork for ya! Dig it!
Dread Central's Andrew Kasch reported in from the press junket for Tucker & Dale vs. Evil with some news regarding what we can expect on the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release for the film along with a bit of a tease from writer/director Eli Craig as to what his next project might be.
That's right, kids! Bobcat Goldthwait's latest horror film God Bless America has found itself some Stateside distribution at the Toronto International Film Festival. Hopefully this run of good fortune will also have it finding a good poster artist to erase the bad memory of its teaser one-sheet!