Hot on the heels of yesterday's teaser artwork debut, the first official teaser trailer has arrived for Disney's Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, and Sharlto Copley. There's a whole lot of teasing going on around here!
We haven't talked much about Disney's Maleficent lately, but with the film's gorgeous new US and UK teaser posters hitting the Net, we thought the least we could do is share them with you!
Kicking off with a kick-ass party on a Saturday night, monster makeup master Rick Baker celebrated his new collaboration with MAC Cosmetics by inviting just a few hundred of his closest friends.
Well, this was a long time coming. Finally, after many movies and many decades, special effects giant Rick Baker is getting his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Read on for the details, and offer your congratulations in our comments section!
Octaman is a pretty terrible movie. I know this better than anyone; yet, I love every single second of it despite its numerous shortcomings. I love the monster, the baby monsters, you name it. Some may think I'm nuts, but I cannot help myself.
A gaggle of behind-the-scenes stills from Disney's upcoming Maleficent have made their way online, and since there are few things hotter in this world than Angelina Jolie being evil, we grabbed a few choice ones for you! Dig it!
We're not sure how much we'll be covering Disney's upcoming Maleficent, but since the film will be exploring the dark side of the studio's most popular villain, we thought we'd at least share this first look at Angelina Jolie in the title role and then go from there.
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave (read our review of Issue #1 here) so we're very happy to remind everyone that Issue #2 arrives in comic stores everywhere next Wednesday, May 2nd!
They promised, and they delivered! Our friends at Famous Monsters of Filmland gave their word they would celebrate the one-year anniversary of their return in grand style.
Back in the days when I was a young, fledgling horror fan, magazines and comics about my beloved genre were not nearly as readily available as they are today.
2010 was a huge year for Monsterverse, and 2011 looks to be even bigger. The second issue of Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave features a cover by Academy Award winning make-up artist Rick Baker, and today the artwork got its online debut. Read on to see it in all its seafaring glory!
While it was a fairly slow night for horror at the "83rd Annual Academy Awards", a couple of genre flicks did manage to take home some gold, and for that we are thankful!
While The King's Speech leads the pack with twelve Oscar nominations, Black Swan did the horror genre proud by landing five prestigious nominations earlier today. And the much maligned The Wolfman made a surprise appearance as well with a nod in the Makeup category for Rick Baker and Dave Elsey.
There are a million questions we have about Popeye, the sailor. We know that his nemesis was named Bluto when he was fat and Brutus when he was muscle bound -- but were they the same person? Then there's the oddly misshapen Olive Oyle - Anorexic or inspiration for Stephen King's Zelda from Pet Sematary? And how about Popeye himself? He spent a lot of time fighting off sea hags, sea monsters, and goons successfully thanks to his trusty can of spinach, but what if some of those supernatural beings rubbed off on him?