Another film legend has passed on, and though his name may not jump out at you, his contributions to the world of special effects will long be remembered and revered. It's with a heavy heart we report that Stuart Freeborn is no longer with us.
There's a lot to see and do at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. So much so that some of the cooler and smaller things may escape your prying eyes. That's why we're here. Time for something completely random.
Everyone loves a great horror movie villain. In their prime the likes of Jason, Freddy, and Michael could take a person apart in any number of ways. The only problem? People get old! What if they did, too? Read on for what is no doubt one of our favorite collections of fan images ever!
San Diego Comic Con 2011: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Bringing Thrills, Chills and The Force!
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has something for everyone at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Along with previously announced signings and panels with numerous fan favorites, Fox will bring additional fun to the Downtown area including an outstanding line-up of Blu-ray and DVD releases featuring blood, bunnies, babes, and even Bruce Campbell.
With Troll Hunter (review here) enjoying a limited theatrical run and gaining cult-status steam, it's only right that somehow it invades every aspect of pop culture ... including Star Wars.
One of the big hits on last year's Dread Central convention tour, where we gave out loads of free stuff to fans, was without question Funko Toy's Star Wars Monster Mash-Ups. I mean who could resist undead Storm Troopers?
Joe Schreiber, author of Death Troopers, is back with another tale of gore-soaked mayhem in the Star Wars universe ... you know ... if chopping people in half with laser swords, cannibal teddy bears and killing Jedi children were not enough. Red Harvest looks to drop this December, proving the Dark Side can always get just a little darker.
It's been some time since we talked about Death Troopers, the novel by Joe Schreiber where the worlds of horror and the pop culture phenomenon called Star Wars collide. The idea was instantly applauded, though, at the time, it was shocking that Lucas would allow such liberties to be taken with his creations.
If there's one thing that will surely set any force-fueled fanbase on fire, it's news of something fresh within the Star Wars universe. For horror fans, not so much, but take your favorite characters and spin them around and anew by adding a dash of horror into the mix? Boom! You've officially gotten our attention!
"Star Wars" and "Zombies". Those are three words that just immediately bring a smile to our faces when put together. Ever wonder what the famed series would have looked like with a little undead goodness seeping in through the flying ships and horrendous dialogue? (I'm looking at you, Episodes I-III!)
I know ... we're talking about Star Wars on Dread Central. Who thought we'd ever see the day? Writer Joe Schreiber, that's who. With his upcoming book Death Troopers Schreiber intends to take the series where it has never gone before -- into the realm of horror!