Nature Run Amok
Saturday, September 25, 2010: A date that will forever go down in movie history as the day the world was graced with a motion picture about a hungry half-shark/half-octopus hybrid unleashed upon the world. Roger Corman produces. Eric Roberts stars. Declan O'Brian directs. Syfy is the channel. 9/8 Central with a midnight replay is the time. You have no excuses for not tuning in.
For the Dread Central staff there's no such thing as a normal occurrence. Every day brings with it new peril. New dangers. We risk our lives in the name of entertainment daily! Steady yourself for some skin-crawling terror!
Finally the granddaddy of them all, the original 1933 masterpiece King Kong, is hitting Blu-ray high definition next week, September 28th, and we've got a look at not only the cover art but three clips from the disc's bonus features! Start beating those drums!
Three new clips for the latest Syfy original film featuring a giant mutant something or other, Sharktopus, have made a splash online, and we have every drippy suction cupped second of them for you. So what's it all about? Hold on to your asses, folks! We've got a live one here!
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Most of us may have dodged a bullet when it comes to the latest outbreak of swine flu, but thanks to Magnet Releasing ... no one can escape the rampaging piece of living Korean pork now known as Chawz!
I don't think you could possibly insult makers of the new micro-budget horror comedy Attack of the Killer Turds by describing their film as shitty. Even if Attack of the Killer Turds turns out to be entertaining, it is still guaranteed to be one of the shittiest movies ever made.
When word first broke about the latest survival horror flick coming from director Joe Carnahan (The A-Team, Smokin' Aces) it looked as if Bradley Cooper (who worked with Carnahan on The A-Team) was set to star, but now it seems that yet another mercenary from the summer action flick may be getting the role.
Every good fish tale needs its eye candy, and David R. Ellis' Shark Night 3D has just gotten a couple of more beauties to don bikinis for his next toothy little film.
First Casting News for Shark Night 3D - Joel David Moore, Sinqua Walls, Chris Carmack, Alyssa Diaz to Become Bait
And another big 3D fish is looking to take a bite out of the box office next year (hopefully a bigger one than Piranha 3D did, we're still pissed about its performance) as the cast for David R. Ellis' Shark Night 3D is finally fleshing out.
Sharks or not, if Halle Berry asks us to go swimming, we're jumping in the water first and asking questions later. I mean, who could resist? Certainly not the following actors who'll be joining her in her latest film, Dark Tide.
In the race to come up with the most outlandish maneating sea animal flick, it appears b-movie legend Fred Olen Ray is out to give Sharktopus a run for its money. As you'll see in this "Shark Week" parody teaser trailer for his latest creature feature Super Shark Attack, this gigantic shark not only rules the ocean as the ultimate predator and can "Air Jaws" with the best of them, you won't even be able to escape on shore now because this sucker can walk on dry land.
It's amazing the resurgence that sea creatures have been enjoying over the last several months. Piranha 3D is just around the corner, but if you like your sea monsters with a bit more girth to them, the 2011 Halle Berry thriller Dark Tide just may be your hot ticket for terror.
Burning Bright is sure to be an instant sellout during its debut UK performances on the Discovery Screen at this year’s Film4 Frightfest, and those who miss out on a chance to see the hungry-tiger-on-the-loose flick at the fest now have reason not to be too disappointed – it’s landing on UK DVD shelves this September 6th!