Out of one hundred plus entries, the ten finalists have been decided in the Halloween Horror Nights ‘Scary Good Film Competition’ contest. If you’re down for checking out all ten shorts, break out the candy corn and apple cider, settle in, and read on for the skinny!
Aside from the better than it should have been "Harper's Island" (review), the pick of this week's DVD crop seems to be a couple of Blu-ray re-releases: Creepshow and Freddy vs. Jason.
This past Thursday Dread Central received an exclusive invitation from John Murdy (the creative director behind Halloween Horror Nights, which kicks of October 2 at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park – see our previous item here) for a bit of fun in the Saw: Game Over maze.
This year's Halloween Horror Nights looks set to be the biggest, best, and most rockin' horror themed shindig ever! My Bloody Valentine, Halloween, Saw, Shaun of the Dead themed attractions will be alive and kicking along with the addition of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
While it would have kicked a copious amount of ass to have Gore Verbinski at the helm of the live action adaptation of the Take Two video game BioShock, it just wasn't in the cards. That's okay, though, because Universal's next choice is a winner and a half.
Given the maze-like nature of the film's centerpiece, this really makes sense! My Bloody Valentine's killer Harry Warden is the next fun-loving psycho to stalk the grounds at this year's Halloween Horror Nights!
Man, you don't hear anything for a scarily long time, and then BOOM! Wolfman-a-mania! Not that we're complaining of course; in fact we couldn't be happier! To go along with yesterday's Wolfman stills and today's Wolfman trailer, we've gotten another batch of stills for you to howl over!
As promised, the trailer for Universal's The Wolfman redux launched today, and we've got it for you in all its hairy goodness!
Universal Pictures announced today that the worldwide debut of The Wolfman trailer will take place online tomorrow, Thursday, August 20th, 2009! Tune in to Yahoo! Movies and AccessHollywood.com tomorrow, and be the first to check out the highly anticipated trailer debut!
In preparation for the launch of Southern California’s highly anticipated Halloween Horror Nights (which kicks off October 2 at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park), Universal invited some key members of the genre press to the backlot this afternoon for a tour of one of their key upcoming attractions: the Saw: Game Over maze.
Universal released all the home video related goodness pertaining to Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell, and in several weeks fans are gonna be swimming in high-definition goo and bile! Hooray!
Since she's never been one to shy away from interacting with and directly communicating with her fans, it was only a matter of time before Anne Rice addressed the rumors swirling around a new adaptation of her Vampire Chronicles and particularly the potential casting of Robert Downey, Jr., as Lestat.
Can it get any better? Yes, it can! Finally the icon everybody has been clamouring for is coming home to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights! That's right, kids, come October 2nd strap in for some vintage Michael Myers induced terror!
This year at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights not only will you be stalked by the Wolf Man, not only will you be trapped by Jigsaw, not only will you be doing "The Time Warp" again, but the powers that be have also seen fit to send you straight to hell! Well, actually Hell as in their New York City street attraction. What demons await? We've got your exclusive first look at the concept art for those devilish things that shall be stalking you soon!