What's this? Two Scream Factory stories in a row? Yes, they are that badass to warrant as much. On tap for you right now is a myriad of videos which takes you inside of the Blu-ray and DVD release of Terror Train!
We told you earlier about Jamie Lee Curtis making her first and last convention appearance at HorrorHound Weekend in Indianapolis on November 16-18, and now the great one has recorded an exclusive video teaser for us to share with you cats! Dig it!
If you listen carefully, you can actually hear horror -oving hearts around the world beating with joy! Check out all the info for The Scream Factory's release of Terror Train and The Funhouse right here along with some incredible artwork!
Jamie Lee Curtis to Make Her First (and Last) Horror Con Appearance at the November HorrorHound Weekend
Fans of the great Jamie Lee Curtis might want to start thinking about taking a trip to Indianapolis this November as she will be making her first - and last - horror convention appearance during that city's HorrorHound Weekend, which is taking place November 16-18.
The amount of joy coursing through the Dread Central offices right now is nothing short of electric. Why, you ask? Because of The Scream Factory and what they're planning to do with their upcoming release of Halloween II.
Words alone cannot express the overwhelming feeling of joy we have inside at this moment. If you thought the Shout! Factory was a great friend to the horror genre before ... brother, you ain't seen nothing yet! The Scream Factory is OFFICIALLY on its way!
If there's one thing that continuously tempts me to pack my bags and relocate to the West Coast, it's the New Beverly Cinema and their endless revival of classic horror films. I suppose not shoveling six inches of snow every other goddamn day would be a plus as well, but really, it's all about slasher movies.
Details are sketchy, but thanks to the Freefall Films website, we learned today that both the Terror Train remake and a new project called Slaughter (which has nothing to do with the film by the same name that played as part of After Dark's Horrorfest III) are gearing up for production.
When is a remake not a remake? How about when the title is different, the script is different and the film’s director blatantly says “This is not a remake”? Yeah, that might be a good indication of it not being a remake...