The official teaser trailer has premiered for the next film adaptation based on a novel by Brian Keene, Dark Hollow. Read on for the gory details and of course to check out the eye candy.
The next film adaptation based on a novel by Brian Keene, Dark Hollow, continues to move forward; and we have the latest update on its progress. Read on for the gory details.
It's wonderful seeing horror author Brian Keene getting the recognition he so richly deserves, and we're completely stoked to tell you cats that the next film adaptation based on his work, Dark Hollow, has taken a big step forward.
Here at Dread Central we are big fans of badass poster art and have several hanging in our hallowed halls. After seeing these latest bits of eye candy for The Devil's Rock, we're likely to be hanging up a couple more.
We've all been waiting patiently to park our collective asses upon The Devil's Rock. It's been a while, but it is coming. In the interim dig on these new stills.
Getting ready to make its debut at this year's Fantasia Film Festival is the D-Day horror thriller The Devil's Rock, and to get you all geared up for the film's release, we've got a new still for ya to chew on! The Devil’s Rock, directed and co-written by Paul Campion, stars Craig Hall, Matthew Sunderland, Gina Varela and Karl Drinkwater.
With all sorts of deals happening at Cannes 2011, we're trying to keep our heads above water to bring you only the news you, the horror fan, care about. Case in point ... the D-Day horror thriller The Devil's Rock getting a home.
The atrocities of war have given birth to some of the most horrific images imaginable. Things that we'll never be able to erase from our collective memories. As if the real life horrors surrounding these events weren't bad enough, can you image what would happen if some supernatural shenanigans were sprinkled in?
Those damned wicked evil occult worshipping Nazi bastards are at it again in the new flick The Devil's Rock, and we've got the first stills and official synopsis for ya!
In reality World War II yielded enough real life horrors to last a lifetime, but those bastard Nazi's were so demonically evil that filmmakers just can't leave them alone. Prepare for more Third Reich themed terror in The Devil's Rock.
I've been wondering when someone would make a movie about a goatman. Though not specifically about the axe-swining Goatman of Pennsylvanian urban legend, the forthcoming chiller Dark Hollow, based on the novel by popular horror author Brian Keene, will offer up a satyr, a mythological half-man/half-goat, using its hypnotic powers to seduce a man's wife in order to keep its species alive.