Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment hooked us up with a new trailer for F.E.A.R. 3 featuring Point Man, the genetically enhanced super soldier originally introduced in F.E.A.R., and revealed some more scoopage on F.E.A.R. 3’s story.
This scribe recently caught up with Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai, who filled us in on the status of his sequel to director David Slade’s 2007 vampire chiller 30 Days of Night.
And the video game terror train keeps on rolling. After last week's big announcement that F.E.A.R. 3 is finally becoming a reality, we were all pretty stoked. Then the trailer came, and now finally we have the truly badass box art for ya!
Just a day after the game's announcement, Warner Brothers Interactive has delivered what is probably one of the single coolest trailers for a game we've ever seen! F.E.A.R. 3 is officially on its way! Can't wait to see what new and exciting ways Foy will find to set us all on fire!
Anyone who visits Dread Central know that we're all avid gamers around these parts. Hell, it's the only way for us to blow off some steam while sifting through the endless barrage of remakes and sequels. One of our favorite gaming franchises has always been F.E.A.R., and we just received word that a new one is on the way with some heavy horror hitters backing it up! Can you say geekgasm?
It's been a really long time since last we talked about the latest Steve Niles property to get the big screen adaptation, Freaks of the Hearland. You know that old saying, sometimes no news is good news? Well, that doesn't always apply. Case in point ...
Dread Central hit the set of Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days earlier this month - the film wraps principal photography today in Vancouver, Canada, under the watchful eye of co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai - and while there sat down with producer JR Young (among others) to discuss the flick (cast interviews to come).
The very first still from 30 Days of Night: Dark Days just arrived in our inbox, and because we are quick like cats, here it is for the rest of you guys!
Moments after the report came in that actors Mia Kirshner, Diora Baird, Rhys Coiro, Harold Perrineau, and Monique Ganderton had joined the cast of 30 Days of Night: Dark Days (the follow-up to 2007's vamp thrill-ride 30 Days of Night), the series’ writer and producer Steve Niles called this scribe to confirm the news (we held off on running this until Sony signed off) and also to provide us details on the flick’s plot, shooting schedule, and more.
We haven't been especially excited about the 30 Days of Night DTV sequel, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, but now that some casting news is trickling out, we admit to being at least a bit more curious. Read on for more details.
Some news about the proposed sequel to 30 Days of Night surfaced today regarding the person who will be helming the film and whether or not star Melissa George will be back. Curious? You know you are.
Yet another comic property is getting the big screen Hollywood treatment courtesy of Universal as the studio that horror built has picked up the rights to develop Steve Niles' Criminal Macabre.
My name is Cal McDonald. I’m a private detective. I don’t handle cases most detectives handle because I don’t have that kind of luck. I deal with monsters and freaks and every dark, fucked up thing normal law won’t.
According to MTV's Splash Page, Steve (30 Days of Night) Niles' Wake The Dead has been delayed by work being done for The Hobbit, which is being directed by Guillermo (Hellboy) Del Toro and is slated for a 2012 release.
Reaction to the live action version of the Steve Niles graphic novel was for the most part positive, and you know what that means -- sequel time! It may even be happening sooner than you think!