Ever since "Beavis & Butthead" left the airwaves 14 years ago, the world has gotten a little less bright - and ironically, a helluva lot dumber. Which is why Mike Judge is back with a relaunch of his iconic show, targeting everything that sucks: from pop culture teen trends to reality television. So why are we covering it at Dread Central? Read on!
Are you a fan of great horror literature? What about Guillermo del Toro? Chuck Hogan? Vampires (the non-sparkly kind of course)? Then you'll want to take a minute to enter to win one of ten signed copies of The Night Eternal, the final chapter in The Strain Trilogy from Messrs. del Toro and Hogan, which was released earlier this week. Read on for the details!
Another comic to film adaptation is on its way for a comic that hasn't even hit store shelves yet! Now that's what we call thinking ahead. Read on to find out just what kind of new bloodsucker will be heading your way in the future!
MPI Media Group has announced it has acquired all North American rights to My Sucky Teen Romance, the highly sought after breakthrough feature film from 18-year-old writer/director Emily Hagins. A spring 2012 theatrical release is planned for the film, to be followed by DVD and Video on Demand availability.
The unique vampire thriller Midnight Son will make its debut on FEARnet early in 2012. With both television and VOD capabilities, the FEARnet launch is an excellent opportunity for the filmmakers to get their picture out to the masses. Midnight Son is a totally original new look at the vampire genre. Read on for the deets.
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line this week to show off the inked artwork (by Rob E. Brown) for his upcoming film Red Moon, which he describes as a post-apocalyptic fantasy with lots of violence and creatures. Read on for more details!
It’s hard not to watch this trailer for Vampyre Nation and not get the sense that the makers of the movie watched Daybreakers and wished the film had more to do with characters hunting down those mutant vampire man-bats. And I would agree with them 100% on that point.
Halloween falls on a Monday this year, which means the holiday episodes of most TV shows are airing the week before, including those on The CW, but that doesn't mean genre fans don't have more to look forward to, as evidenced by the just released synopses of "The Vampire Diaries" Episode 3.08, "Ordinary People", and "The Secret Circle" Episode 1.08, "Beneath", both airing on November 3rd. "Supernatural" Episode 7.07, "The Mentalists", which bows November 4th, isn't sounding too shabby either.
Fans of the first two books in The Strain Trilogy from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan will be happy to hear that the final chapter, The Night Eternal, is coming out on October 25th, and of course we have all the details for you right here!
For those of you wondering just what the method behind the madness of actor Nicolas Cage really is, a possible answer has come that may literally shake the foundations of our society as we know it. Nicolas Cage ... is a vampire.
Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn 2) is set to star in Phobia, a horror/murder mystery to be directed by Jon Keeyes (American Nightmare, Living & Dying) and produced by Blake Calhoun (Killing Down, Pink) from a screenplay by Anne Gibson. Read on for the gory details!
Vampires vs. gangsters. What could go wrong? Well, you'll get a chance to find out on us as we're giving away five (5) copies of Dead Cert on both Blu-ray and DVD!
As far as this writer's concerned, last night's finale of "True Blood" went a long way toward righting what was wrong with Season 4 -- assuming that the people who apparently died stay dead -- and did a good job setting up the events of Season 5, coming June 2012. Want to relive some of what transpired? Here we have for you a recap of "And When I Die" along with an "Inside the Episode" video with writer Raelle Tucker and director Scott Winant.
Some pretty neat news coming out of the Toronto Film Festival pertaining to the Amy Heckerling horror comedy Vamps! The flick has scored a gaggle of foreign distro, and with any luck before the weekend's up we'll have some domestic news as well.
The 2011 Bram Stoker International Film Festival, running October 28th-31st, takes place in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, and shows independent narrative features, documentaries, and shorts from around the world, many of which will be having their world or UK premieres at this year's fest. Read on for all the details regarding the lineup!