Curious about Spike Jonze's live-action adaptation of the children's book we all grew up loving? Yeah, I admit it. We are too. Good thing then that Warner Bros. released the trailer today.
Here at Dread Central we try and bring you goodies no one else can or will, up to and including asking filmmakers to do things just for us. Usually this means sending us a pic or two from their film that no one else has, but when we saw that Ben Rock’s excellent Alien Raiders was going to hit DVD without a commentary track from its director, we set out to do something about it.
We've been talking an awful lot about the latest Raw Feed flick, Alien Raiders, here on Dread Central and for good reason -- it kicks a copious amount of ass! That being said, get ready for some exclusive goodies you won't find anywhere else, starting with interviews with Ben Rock, Mathew St. Patrick, and Carlos Bernard!
** UPDATE: Sony has won the bidding war. Rejoice!** Ever heard the term “spiritual thriller”? I hadn’t either, but Variety used it today in their story about a new book called Angelology, the debut novel by Danielle Trussoni (pictured), which is in the midst of a bidding war between Sony, Warner Bros. and Universal that could last into the weekend.
Once again I know this is just on the cusp of being horror, but fans of Dan Simmons’ Hyperion novels have been waiting a long time for someone to finally get an adaptation off the ground, so now that it’s finally happening it’s worth a mention.
Have you ever wondered what you might look like as an evil demented clown bent upon blood, death, and destruction? Well, now’s your chance, if there ever was one!
Now that we’ve all had a chance to see Craig Singer’s follow up to Dark Ride, the Horrorfest feature Perkins’ 14, I’m sure the prominent question in everyone’s mind is; what is he doing next? Well, I’m glad you asked!
The official site for Amusement, the long-delayed anthology from Warner Bros, has finally opened its doors to the public, offering up new images and more information for the film which is skipping its planned theatrical release and going straight to DVD on January 20th.
Warner Bros. has some good-looking horror planned for 2009. Of course, films like Whiteout and The Box that have been sitting around for a long time now are part of it, but still it’s nice to see so much to look forward to.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring (It) Roddy McDowall, Jill Haworth, Paul Maxwell, Aubrey Richards; (The Shuttered Room) Gig Young, Carol Lynley, Oliver Reed, Flora Robson Directed by (It 1966) Herbert J. Leder; (The Shuttered Room 1967) David Greene
Yeah, yeah, so Terminator Salvation may not be 100% horror, I understand that, but if you can’t find horror elements in a story about robots taking over the world and killing off mankind, you’re missing some integral part of your brain workings.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring (Chamber of Horrors) Patrick O'Neal, Cesare Danova, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Laura Devon; (The Brides of Fu Manchu) Christopher Lee, Douglas Wilmer, Heinz Drache, Marie Versini
You’ve probably seen this elsewhere. Now you’re seeing it here. Below is the new web-only “poster” for Terminator Salvation, courtesy of the nice folks at Warner Bros. It’s like lenticular, only better!
Now this baby sounds like it’s going to be confusing; one of those time travel movies that takes a lot of pre-thought before pen can even be put to paper. Variety got word that Warner Bros. has picked up an alien apocalypse script from Chad St. John called The Days Before, and it sounds too cool to ignore.