With Hatchet III (review) making its debut on Blu-ray and DVD, we’ve been in something of a celebratory mood here at Dread Central. In fact, we’ve decided to bring you yet another list inspired by Victor Crowley and the Hatchet series.
Coming to Blu-ray August 6th is Wes Craven's Swamp Thing from the fine folks at Scream Factory and to mark the occasion, Dread Central sat down and discussed the upcoming hi-def presentation amongst many other really awesomely geeky things with Swamp Thing creator Len Wein.
The lovable video gods over at The Scream Factory have announced an August 6th release date for their upcoming Blu-ray of Wes Craven's Swamp Thing along with a list of special features. Read on for details.
Alrighty, kids! Time to shake off all that moss and swamp water because the Scream Factory has just revealed its official artwork for the release of Wes Craven's Swamp Thing. Check it out and count the days to see Arcane get his ass kicked!
Scream Factory continues its quest for home video world domination with this week’s announcement of Wes Craven’s Swamp Thing, slated for a high definition debut this summer.
One superhero whom we feel never really got a fair shake on the big screen is DC Comics' Swamp Thing. Yes, Craven's film (let's not even talk about its sequel) was pretty good for its time, but with such a cool and complex character, there's so much more that could be done. When it comes to complexity, you've got to give the nod to director Vincenzo Natali, and recently he spoke about possibly taking the reins behind a new film starring big green.
Akiva Goldsman is a name almost universally reviled amongst the online movie geek community. Inside Hollywood, the Oscar-winning screenwriter is one of the most respected and sought after. Will the screenwriter of Lost in Space, Batman & Robin, I Am Legend, and I, Robot find redemption amongst the hardcore fanbase with his work in bringing Swamp Thing back to the big screen?
Without a doubt the hardest part of our job reporting on the latest horror news is when one of our own is taken from us. We're very sad to inform you that Dick Durock, best known for his role as the "Swamp Thing", passed away last week at his home in Oak Park, California, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
To the best of my knowledge the world has not been clamoring for the big screen return of Swamp Thing but then it's not like remaking DC Comic's Swamp Thing would be sacrilege. Wes Craven's 1982 film version was enjoyably campy and Jim Wynorski's 1989 sequel tested the limits of campy fun; neither are classics. If uber producer Joel Silver wants to remake Swamp Thing in 3D, I say go for it.
It’s all about the traps this week. Check out what horror flicks are hitting DVD on Tuesday, July 15th, 2008...
With the release of Swamp Thing: The Series (review here) on DVD, fans have finally gotten their wish to relive the murky glory of days gone by. To celebrate, I sat down with star Dick Durock to find out about li