Sometimes a bun needs a little more time in the oven. We're totally cool with that, too, as long as it is extra tasty when it's served up for public consumption.
Two news stories about the same movie within several hours of each other? Yep, we are anal retentive, but we gotta keep you up-to-date on your horror knowledge so that you can offend your neighbors and have your friends think you're either a freak or just friggin' cool!
A brand spanking new one-sheet has debuted for Universal's Devil that proves the devil is in the details!
Just days after officially dropping M. Night Shyamalan's name from the title, Universal has finally unveiled the trailer for its upcoming film Devil.
Some interesting developments regarding M. Night Shayamalan's forthcoming project The Night Chronicles: Devil. Universal has decided to tweak the title a bit to something less ... attributed to.
It's been a few months since last we heard anything about John Erick and Drew Dowdle's (Quarantine, The Poughkeepsie Tapes) latest horror-thriller based on an M. Night Shyamalan story entitled Devil, but finally there's a bit of progress to report.
Excited for this weekend's release of Repo Men? Well, here's a boatload of stuff to fan your flames! Everything you could ever want or need is here, just short of a new pair of eyes for after you're done digging on it all. However, we're pretty sure the Union can take care of that for you.
Miguel Sapochnik's Repo Men hits theatres this Friday, March 19th, and to help get everyone geared up for its debut, Universal has released a nearly seven-minute long motion comic as part of its intensive online viral marketing campaign.
We're quickly coming up on Repo Men's March 19th release so of course Universal Pictures is releasing a boatload of goodies to help get everyone psyched for the film's debut, including a new restricted director's cut trailer and a big batch of photos.
It's no secret the the road to bring Universal's redux of The Wolfman has been a long and arduous one. From losing the first director at the eleventh hour to the scoring to the reshoots. You name a problem, and it's a safe bet that this production suffered from it in one way or the other.
With Universal Pictures’ The Wolfman redux in day five of its American release (the flick earned $30 million over the weekend and registered as number #3 a
Dread Central attended the red carpet premiere of Universal Pictures’ The Wolfman redux earlier this evening at the Arclight in Hollywood, CA, and brought back a handful of pics of the event as well as having an opportunity to chat with the film’s screenwriter, David Self, and F/X man Rick Baker.
One of the selling points of the recently released The Fourth Kind was its ambiguity. Was it really based on actual news reports about and research into alien abductions in and around Nome, Alaska, or was Hollywood pulling a fast one? According to the legal agreement reached between seven Alaskan newspaper companies and Universal Studios, we're definitely leaning toward the latter.
And The Wolfman's long road to the big screen takes yet another unforeseen twist. This time it's a situation around the film's score that needs some extra TLC.