Serial killer story Snowtown, which we provided a trailer and some artwork for earlier this month, has officially joined the Critics Week (la Semaine de la Critique) lineup at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
As if Canada hasn’t given us enough in Pam Anderson, Jim Carrey and Peter North, north country filmmaker Barry J. Gillis has tapped the true story of alleged Canuck murder suspect Mark Twitchell for the subject matter of his new film The Killing Games.
Okay, so this has nothing at all to do with the Roddy Piper cult flick of yesteryear, but this new title left us feeling all sentimental (mainly just mental). Ready for some more hard core Aussie frights? We knew you would be.
With 11 11 11 happily spinning in the hype wheel, it's easy to forget that Darren Bousman has yet another numerically themed horror flick in the works ... a little movie called Ninety whose premise is simple ... 90 kills in a 90-minute movie.
Anyone who has played the Playstation 3 serial killer on the loose game Heavy Rain (review here) knows how dark, scary, and overall insane this remarkable piece of software can be.
No, not Karl Kolchak, everyone's favorite paranormal investigating reporter. We are talking about one of the most evil men to ever walk the face of the Earth here, the serial killer known as The Night Stalker, Richard Ramirez.
The fifth season of Showtime's "Dexter" came to an end last night, and reactions have been mixed to say the least. Some were disappointed while others (like yours truly) were satisfied overall. Chiming in with their reflections are both showrunner Chip Johannessen and this season's primary guest star, Julia Stiles.
We knew it was coming, but still, it's always good to have official confirmation, and today Showtime released the news that "Dexter" has been picked up for a sixth season. What better way to celebrate than by watching two preview clips from the fifth season finale, entitled "The Big One"?
Though it took a while to get cooking, the latest season of the Showtime hit series "Dexter" is totally reaching a very intense boiling point, delivering some of the best TV on the air right now. Are you hungry for more?
One thing you can count on here at Dread Central is our never ending quest to uncover the best horror fiction out there and share it with our readers. Today we got word of a new serial killer saga called Chalk from DC alumnus Ryan Acheson. Just don't expect your father's serial killer ... in Chalk he's a blatant racist!
At the end of last night's episode of "Dexter", the relationship between Dexter and Lumen took a turn that most of us saw coming but still weren't quite ready for. And with just two episodes remaining in Season Five, we suspect a lot of things will be happening soon that the parties involved with aren't ready for either. With that said, here's a look at Episode 11, "Hop a Freighter".
With just three episodes remaining in Season Six of "Dexter", things aren't looking so good for motivational speaker Jordan Chase, but then again, there's that pesky Stan Liddy snooping around Dexter and Lumen, which surely can't end well for any of them. Maybe these two clips from Episode 10, "In the Beginning", will shed a little light on things.
Hard to believe there are only four more episodes left of "Dexter" Season Five, but the way things have been heating up for our favorite serial killer and his protégé, we expect this season to go out on a major high. Here are two clips from the upcoming Episode 9, "Teenage Wasteland", along with a new behind-the-scenes chat with showrunner Chip Johannessen.
Those who were worried that this season of "Dexter" might be taking a slight backseat to the stellar Season 4 should be sighing with relief about now thanks to the great job being done by both the series regulars and the numerous guest stars, in particular Julia Stiles. And it looks like Episode 8, "Take It", is going to continue the high quality seen thus far.