A trio of new images has arrived from the latest telling of the classic Stephen King tale of telekinetic lunacy, and we have 'em for you right here. Look for Carrie to start moving stuff around at a theatre near you on October 18th.
Before firing up your barbecue and gorging yourselves on hamburgers and hot dogs, why not take a moment to spend some time with everyone's favorite terrifying telekinetic teenager? Look for Carrie flick to start moving stuff around at a theatre near you on October 18th.
A slightly revised trailer for Kim Peirce's Carrie has arrived with a "Call Carrie" phone number! Go ahead! You know you want to! Look for the flick to start moving stuff around at a theatre near you on October 18th.
While the Internet is still shitting itself over the news that Ben Affleck is going to be the next Batman (shut up and give the guy a chance, why don't ya?), his donning of the cape and cowl has left Warner Bros. without a director for its new version of The Stand. However...
During the recent Flashback Weekend in Chicago, this writer had the extreme pleasure of moderating the Pet Sematary reunion panel alongside the film’s stars Dale Midkiff, Denise Crosby, Miko Hughes and Brad Greenquist.
Another spooky website has launched for Sony's Carrie remake, and with this one you can explore the White house while your Facebook friend acts as a lookout so you can "Find Carrie." Check out the details.
In what is no doubt the coolest news of the day, 69 minutes of lost behind-the-scenes footage from 1997's The Night Flier has made its way onto YouTube, courtesy of a user calling himself "Dwight Renfield," who was of course a character in the film.
When Kim Peirce's Carrie was bumped from its March 15th release date to October 18th, we figured there had to be some reason. Turns out that time was spent rather wisely. Read on for details.
Well, this was a no-brainer: CBS announced today that "Under the Dome" has been renewed for 13 new episodes, and Stephen King is writing the Season 2 premiere!
The Television Critics Association's Summer 2013 Press Tour is in full swing, and today it's NBC's turn to share some news. With the recent success of "Hannibal" and "Bates Motel," is it any wonder they're talking more short-form series based on popular horror titles?
The Spanish one-sheet for Kim Peirce's take on the classic Stephen King tale Carrie has arrived, and we have a look at it for you right here! Mira! Es muy aterrador! Todos van a reír de ti!
Carrie Set Visit Report Part 2: Cast Soundbites with Judy Greer, Alex Russell, Portia Doubleday and More
In Part 1 of our Carrie set visit report, we heard from director Kimberly Peirce and star Chloe Moretz regarding their thoughts on the upcoming retelling of the classic Stephen King novel.
A new viral in promotion of Carrie has hit the interwebs and this one takes a good long long at the genetic history of the infamous White family. Check it out!
Set Visit Report: Chatting with the Leading Ladies of Carrie - Star Chloe Moretz and Director Kimberly Peirce
Last August Dread Central had the opportunity to head up to Toronto, Canada, to visit the set of Screen Gems' upcoming remake of Carrie, and here's Part 1 of our Set Report.
Just in time for the big dance in San Diego, the official convention banner for Carrie has hit the interwebs courtesy of Yahoo! Movies! Check it out; it's pretty damned wicked!