It looks like a few more cyborgs will be joining Albert Pyun's currently in production Cyborgs: Rise of the Slingers (it was originally named Cyborg: Rise of the Slingers), and he's provided us with a sneak peek of the first test composite shot from yesterday's shoot in Las Vegas.
The 2010 film Defcon 2012 has suddenly experienced a bit of a rise in popularity due to its subject matter and the coming 2012 end-of-the-world prophecy. Check out what producers of the film had to say and see the ... unique ... trailer.
Director Abel Ferrara is known for releasing films that are, if nothing else, extremely bold. His latest flick, 4:44 Last Day on Earth, showed recently in New York, and IFC sent over some cameras to grab the audience's reaction. Dig it!
Ah, the apocalypse. We've been waiting for you forever now. Just waiting for mother nature to fix it all soon. To come around and put it back the way it ought to be. We can dream, right? In any event ... dig on this clip!
If it were our last day on Earth, we're not quite sure we'd wanna spend it with Willem Dafoe, but hey, I guess if the apocalypse were coming, you just have to make do with who you've got. As long as he doesn't pull any of that talking to himself Green Goblin crap, everything will be okay.
Curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do small scale? Well then, you'll be happy to hear that his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell has been acquired for U.S. release through Arc Entertainment later this year.
French filmmaker Mathieu TURI dropped us a line recently to let us know that his post-apocalyptic short film Sons of Chaos is now online in its entirety, and we figured there's no better way to celebrate the first Friday the 13th of the year than by sharing it with you guys. Check it out along with the flick's poster and a few stills.
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line with an update on his upcoming Cyborgs: Rise of the Slingers (formerly Red Moon) and included a bit of teaser art for us to share. He's in the process of nailing down the project's lead actress and promises to reveal that info next week along with the full cast roster.
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line with an update on Cyborg: Rise of the Slingers (formerly Red Moon) noting that he's leaving the sword and sorcery elements behind and instead will be adapting the loose prequel to his 1989 Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle Cyborg into the steampunk universe. He also included the film's revised artwork by Rob E. Brown.
Ryan M. Andrews is preparing to dive into the post-apocalyptic world for his upcoming film Sick. Featuring a diverse cast of newcomers and veterans (including scream queen and Doctor Gash's #1 crush Debbie Rochon), Sick begins spreading the disease as cameras start rolling this week in Toronto.
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line this week to show off the inked artwork (by Rob E. Brown) for his upcoming film Red Moon, which he describes as a post-apocalyptic fantasy with lots of violence and creatures. Read on for more details!
We've been waiting for the latest chiller from the UK, Devil's Playground, for a while here in the States, and finally the flick hits home video this week from Vivendi. To celebrate its arrival, we have two new clips for you! Dig it!
Here at Dread Central we've been waiting for the zombie apocalypse to arrive for the full five years we've been kicking around. Hopefully it'll come before we're forced to get real jobs and become part of America's work force. Actually ... scratch that. America barely has a work force, and we're lucky to be able to do what we do for a living. In any event Z-day is at the very least on its way to DVD!
Time for a little depression to get you through your afternoon in the form of a UK trailer for Lars von Trier's latest trip down kill-yourself-lane, Melancholia!
We saw the full international for the Roland Emmerich produced post-apocalyptic thriller Hell a few weeks ago, but now a version with English subtitles has hit YouTube. Check it out, and let us know what you think now that you can better tell what's going on.