What a mess. At this point, nothing is surprising when it comes to news surrounding Paramount Pictures flop-in-the-making World War Z. And what's the latest? That producer and star Brad Pitt is not on speaking terms with oft-maligned director Marc Forster. Color us stunned!
The trailer for Paramount's Halloween-themed trick or treat Fun Size is here, and though it's pretty damned light on the spooky, we just cannot resist talking about anything that happens during our favorite time of the year!
Some more news has come in for Paranormal Activity 4, and now that we're getting closer to October, we could be seeing a lot of it! Read on for the latest on who will be there sending shivers down your spine next.
Rarely do films that will be in "the vein of" this or that catch our eye because we prefer original content over something that can be compared to something else. Unfortunately those types of flicks come once in a lifetime so we take what we can get.
After the glory of Attack the Block, there is no film director Joe Cornish can make that will not get our attention. Given the fact that the latest film opus he's about to tackle, Snow Crash, involves some good old fashioned brain frying material, well that's just a bonus!
The theatrical run of The Loved Ones via Paramount/Tugg continues, and to generate a bit more buzz around the film, on this Friday, June 15th, beginning at 3:00 PM PT/6:00 PM ET, Xavier Samuel, one of the stars, will be live tweeting with the fans.
You have got to love Paramount. They actually listen to fans, and in this day and age that is something that's virtually unheard of. Case in point ... you wanted it, you got it! The theatrical release for the stunning horror flick The Loved Ones has expanded!
In Sean Byrne's Australian darkly comedic horror flick The Loved Ones, we see what kind of hell gets unleashed when a "Daddy's Girl" named Lola doesn't get her way after she asks her fellow schoolmate Brent to the prom and he declines.
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In Sean Byrne's Australian horror import The Loved Ones, Robin McLeavy plays spoiled "daddy's girl" Lola Stone, who isn't used to not getting her way, especially around prom season.
The Loved Ones is playing in select theatres right now, and if you need any more incentive to get your asses in gear to go out and see it, we have a brand new clip ready and waiting to entice you even more! Dig it!
In Sean Byrne's The Loved Ones, up-and-coming Australian actor Xavier Samuel plays Brent, a high schooler suffering from depression who finds his will to live challenged when Lola (Robin McLeavy) doesn't take to kindly to him declining her invitation to the prom.
Time for a nifty exclusive, kids! In anticipation of one of the best damned horror films we've seen in quite some time hitting U.S. shores courtesy of Paramount, we have nailed down another new motion image for you cats. Dig it!
It's so nice to know that the incredible little flick The Loved Ones is more than on its way to U.S. shores thanks to Paramount Insurge. To celebrate the film's eventual arrival, we have the very first clip right here for you!
Here at Dread Central we LOVE when people go the extra mile to support their movies, and the good folks over at Paramount always deliver in pretty cool and imaginative ways. To see what we're talking about, check out these new Loved Ones motion images!
Ever since it hit our radar months ago, The Upper Footage (formerly Upper) has both confused and intrigued us. Amongst the many virals for it, we've seen two trailers and more but never any mention of when we could see the actual "footage". However, that could be changing soon.