The public's fascination with serial killers is well known, and Dancing with Rip, a new movie inspired by the "Grim Sleeper" case in Los Angeles, is on its way to capitalize on it. We have some early details on the film along with a concept trailer shot a few months ago.
It's sometimes hard to judge how Dread-worthy a new project is, but when we hear about one that involves serial killers, we figure you guys want to know about it! So here's the latest on "Those Who Kill", for which A&E has ordered up a pilot.
Prior to this Thursday's "Dexter" panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Showtime will debut the first chapter of the new season of the animated webisode series "Early Cuts: All in the Family," and we have a look at the trailer and three posters for it right here.
Canadian filmmaker Barry J. Gillis reports to Dread Central that he's extremely disappointed to hear that his film The Killing Games has been tagged as too violent to screen at the Edmonton International Film Festival, an event that basically takes place in the director's own backyard.
The first round of imagery for The Frozen Ground, the directorial debut of Scott Walker, who also wrote the script which is based on true events surrounding Alaska’s most notorious serial predator, Robert Hansen, has come our way. Dig it!
C2E2 is happening this weekend in Chicago, and the first bit of news has come out from Dark Horse Comics announcing Ex Sanguine, a unique blend of horror and thriller from Tim Seeley.
A new trailer for IFC's disturbing little film The Snowtown Murders (formerly Snowtown) has come across our desks, and we have it all bundled up and warm for you right here. Dig it!
Dave O'Shea has a story to tell. For the last five years he's been creating Day Job, a low-budget offering illustrating how those brutal serial killers that have become part of American history seemed, at one time, to be just regular people walking among us. How fucking scary is that?
It was over a year ago when word first broke that Leonardo DiCaprio would be portraying H.H. Holmes, the first real serial killer in America, in an adaptation of Erik Larson's nonfiction book The Devil in the White City, and now finally the project has a screenwriter after being picked up by Warner Bros.
Say what you will about Immortals. Odd casting choices and historical inaccuracies aside, it looks simply amazing. As have both of director Tarsem Singh's previous films (The Cell, The Fall). While we wait to see what develops with his upcoming Mirror, Mirror, news of his next project has broken, and it sounds right up our alley.
Casting news has broken today for The Frozen Ground, the directorial debut of Scott Walker, who also wrote the script, which is based on true events surrounding Alaska’s most notorious serial predator, Robert Hansen. Along with word from THR that genre fave Radha Mitchell will be playing Nicolas Cage's wife in the flick comes confirmation that Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has also signed on for the film.
Now this is what we call exciting news! Kevin Williamson has landed a put pilot commitment from Fox TV for a new series the revolves around a serial killer. Those of you who haven't watched his show "The Vampire Diaries" recently might be skeptical, but those of us who have know full well the depths to which Williamson's mind can travel.
Most of us are well aware that truth is often stranger - and more horrific - than anything a genre filmmaker can come up with. Case in point: serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who is the subject of this week's Motion Picture Purgatory review - The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer from director David R. Bowen and screenwriter Carl Crew, who pulls double duty portraying the title character in the film.
We'd do anything with Nicolas Cage. Plant daisies, go shirtless and shoeless for some Fight Club type action, embrace him from behind while making pottery and listening to The Righteous Brothers. You name it. Wait ... what we were talking about again? Oh yeah, casting news ... Frozen Ground. Read on ...
Any time we get a chance to post the picture of Nicolas Cage you see before you, you'd better believe we're taking it. The look on his face just brings us total unadulterated joy. We could stare for hours at ... Huh? Oh yeah. Frozen Ground.