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A Smörgåsbord of New Syfy Creature Features

This past weekend gave us Dinoshark (review here), the trailer for the Syfy bound Dinocroc vs. Supergator just went live, and we're all chomping at the bit for Sharktopus; but what else does Syfy have in store for viewers?

Chomptacular Dinocroc vs. Supergator Trailer

This past weekend saw the premiere of the Roger Corman-produced Dinoshark (review here) on Syfy. Today we get the trailer for another future Syfy flick pitting two previous Roger Corman reptilian behemoths in mortal combat. Feast your eyes upon the stupendous chomp-filled trailer for Jim Wynorski's Dinocroc vs. Supergator.

2012 (Blu-ray / DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Amanda Peet, John Cusack, Explosions, CGI Directed by Roland Emmerich Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Four Clips from 2012's Two-Disc Blu-ray Special Features

Here at Dread Central we're big fans of destruction and mayhem, which is why we were so fond of Roland Emmerich's 2012 (theatrical review here) when it debuted last November. And now, in anticipation of its Blu-ray and DVD release on March 2nd, we have four clips to share detailing how some of that destruction was crafted.

More Rabid Wolves on the Prowl in The Grey

Wolves are everywhere lately. Be they supernatural or realistic. If Adam Green's Frozen did anything, it reminded us just how dangerous these predators can be.

Roger Corman Ready to Unleash His Sharktopus

In a move that no doubt has our own Foywonder writhing with anticipation, word came down on Twitter (a strangely viable source of news) today letting fans know that Roger Corman's long rumored monster movie Sharktopus is that much closer to becoming a reality.

Early Art and Specs: 2012 Rocking onto DVD and Blu-ray

If you missed 2012 in theatres, then you missed out on the feel good extermination of the human race film of the century! What a spectacle! It's near impossible not to laugh! Lucky for you the film's hitting DVD and Blu-ray soon, and we've got the skinny on what to expect!

Cujo (Blu-ray)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Dee Wallace Stone, Christopher Stone, Daniel Hugh-Kelly, Danny Pintauro, Ed Lauter Directed by Lewis Teague Distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment

More Chaw Images Rampage Online

Still worried about the Swine Flu? Then you may want to stay far away from the rampaging piece of living Korean Pork known simply as ... Chaw! Dig it!

Motion Picture Purgatory: 2012

Roland Emmerich's latest end-of-the-world opus 2012 is a mish-mash of just about every disaster movie you've ever seen. Not sure if Nomad's 2012 review (read it here) quite did it justice? Then you won't want to miss Trembles' take on the flick!

The World is Over! 2012 Review is Now Live! Those Pesky Mayans!

Sometimes when you think about all the chaos in the world today, you can't help but feel that maybe, just maybe, it wouldn't be such a bad idea for nature to flip the switch on us and reboot our existence. Of course Platinum Dunes would then take this idea and make a grittier reboot in about a decade from now. We just can't win, I tell ya!

2012 (2009)

Reviewed by Nomad Starring Amanda Peet, John Cusack, Explosions, CGI Directed by Roland Emmerich

Another Grizzly Bear out for Grisly Revenge

There has been a brief uptick in killer bear flicks the last two years, and not all for the best. Now comes a new one simply titled Bear that, judging by its trailer, takes the T-Rex/jeep scene from Jurassic Park, ages the occupants in peril about 15 years, replaces the T-Rex with a very angry grizzly with vengeance on its mind, and builds an entire movie around it.

Swamp Thing Makes Akiva Goldsman's Heart Sing

Akiva Goldsman is a name almost universally reviled amongst the online movie geek community. Inside Hollywood, the Oscar-winning screenwriter is one of the most respected and sought after. Will the screenwriter of Lost in Space, Batman & Robin, I Am Legend, and I, Robot find redemption amongst the hardcore fanbase with his work in bringing Swamp Thing back to the big screen?

Finally a Syfy Flick About Mongolian Death Worms!

I've long had a theory that either someone at Syfy or enterprising producers that make movies for Syfy keep tabs on the various cable cryptozoology programs like "MonsterQuest" looking for ideas for future Syfy creature features. The news that Mongolian Death Worms will be premiering on Syfy next year pretty much confirms my suspicions.