Honestly ... can you think of a better way to kick off your weekend than by spending a little time with some brutal and bloodthirsty hillbilly cannibals and coming out unscathed? Yeah, man! That's a pretty tall order!
Sometimes the look of a killer alone is enough to make us tune in to a flick. If you've got a badass beast, consider our attention gotten. Such is the case with the new slasher on the block, Smiley.
Excited for Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings? You should be. At the end of the day it's a lot of bloody fun, and if you happen to get the munchies while viewing, have we got a cookbook for you!
Another difference between us and our friends from across the pond? Here in the States our lunatics kill you on sight. In the UK? Apparently they ask first! Now that's what we call civilized! Read on for the first details on the latest sicko run amok flick, May I Kill U?!
After sitting down with the Blu-ray of Scream 4 (Blu-ray/DVD review here), one thing became quickly apparent ... there were a lot of good moments that just didn't make it into the final cut. Case in point: the following deleted scene.
Starting today, the horror comedy Caesar and Otto's Summer Camp Massacre is finally available for you to sink your claws into, and to tease you a bit, we dug up an exclusive clip that won't find anywhere else. That is, until someone steals the video from us and puts it up elsewhere. Nature of the beast!
Directed by Master of Horror Wes Craven, Scream 4 is the latest installment in the (potentially growing) Scream series of flicks which not only reunited the director with the franchise's original trio of survivors (Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox) but also allowed the veteran director an opportunity to collaborate with a new generation of genre stars (Emma Roberts, Hayden Paniettere, Rory Culkin, Alison Brie, Erik Knudsen) as well.
Marcus Miller is a bad man. The newest cold-blooded (and I mean cold-blooded; this is guy is batshit crazy!) killer to hit the silver screen is the star of Matt Farnsworth's violent new film The Orphan Killer. And he doesn't fuck around.
Dick Maas’ yuletide slasher Sint (review here) stirred up quite a bit of controversy when it was released in its home country, the Netherlands. Just looking at the DVD artwork with the new Americanized title, I fully expect to hear about some angry American parents after they mistakenly pick this one up for their kiddies.
As Americans, we grow up with a few seemingly inborn values (similar to Robocop's directives) ... bigger is better, faster is better and if one is good, several is great (sometimes referred to as 'The More The Merrier' Philosophy). Well, some of our UK brethren have obviously gotten on board with these ideals and applied them to horror. The result? Slasher House...a film with one girl and four killers. I don't like her chances.
The time is almost here, kids! The next chapter in Wes Craven's iconic franchise, Scream 4, is getting set to hit home video, and we have your chance to score yourself a copy on us! Read on for details!
While Rare Exports stole the majority of the Yuletide terrors attention (and rightly so), we're also big fans of the Santa slasher flick Sint (Saint), if only for the Black Peters. Man, that sounded weird. In any event three new clips are waiting for you! Dig 'em!
Okay, even though we don’t normally do this kind of stuff here at Dread Central, Doctor Gash is your buddy and always looking out for you. So here’s a real quick disclaimer: If you hate any of the following - boobs, bloody weapons, laughing, or fun - please do yourself a favor and avoid the film Know Models Were Harmed because it contains all four of those things.
With the release of Scream 4 onto Blu-ray and DVD rapidly approaching (review coming soon), screeners are going out to media outlets, and the enterprising lads over at Scream Trilogy nabbed a couple of screen grabs from the bloody deleted scenes and posted them. Would it have killed the powers-that-be to give us a bloodier director's cut?