A few weeks ago we saw a UK TV spot for Pacific Rim, and now it's being repackaged as a new spot for the US. Sneaky! Want more? Then check out the new international version.
With E3 bearing down on us, video game companies are all vying for our attention, and one that definitely grabbed ours is Techland, who just released the first trailer for Dying Light.
Good news today for Friday the 13th fans... Everyone's favorite serial killing mama's boy, Jason, is coming back to the original studio in which he and his mom first set up camp! Now if they can just promise to bring back Derek Mears as Jason and lose Platinum Dunes.
There’s a seven-hour Crystal Lake Memories documentary inbound this year, meaning Friday the 13th fanatics already think life is pretty sweet. But what if the good news didn’t have to end there? What if, for the first time ever, we obsessive fanatics could have it all?
On tap right now is a smattering of new ocular candy for Guillermo del Toro's upcoming monster mash, Pacific Rim. A fine potpourri if you will. Pull up your chair, kids, and bring a tissue. There's lots to drool over.
Yes, the remake of Clash of the Titans was pretty bad, and director Louis Leterrier had some truly choice words for the 3D conversion of his film. We here at Dread Central hate conversions as much as the next guy, but this is truly hilarious.
Finally a clear view of a couple of the creatures that will be wrecking cities and taking names in Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim have arrived, and we likey. We REALLY likey! Check 'em out!
Here in the States "America's Got Talent" is about to begin, but in the UK "Britain's Got Talent" has been on for weeks. Capitalizing on the show's popularity, a TV spot for Pacific Rim debuted during this weekend's episode leading up to the live semi-finals, and we have it for you here.
The 2013 Cannes Film Festival and Market hasn't even officially begun yet, but already a deal is closing for Ryan Gosling's How to Catch a Monster as Warner Bros. grabs U.S. rights to the film, which is shooting now.
January 13, 2011. That was the date that Shane Black (writer of Lethal Weapon, Lethal Weapon 2, Monster Squad, The Last Boy Scout, Last Action Hero) was announced to direct a live action adaptation of the Japanese manga series Death Note. Since then nothing. Until now.
Not to be confused with the previously announced WWE film from January, another studio is getting set to sail the deadly seas between reality and holy shit what was that? That's right, kids! Time to head out in cinematic search of the Bermuda Triangle.
Curious about what went into the making of Jack the Giant Slayer? Then you'll want to check out this new featurette that's home to interviews with the cast and crew along with a few peeks behind the scenes.
A fifth TV spot has landed for Jack the Giant Slayer that is full of running and jumping and flying through the air. Will you be catching the film when it arrives on March 1st?
The other day we showed you several of the giants Jack will soon be slaying, and now today we have two dozen images from Jack the Giant Slayer that focus on the humans. Check 'em out, and look for Bryan Singer's 3D action adventure on March 1st everywhere.
There's one reason and one reason only why we're covering Jack the Giant Slayer: It has monsters. Giant monsters in fact (obviously), and we have here Image Gallery #1 for the film, which is overflowing with giant monstery goodness. Flip through it, and then look for Gallery #2, which is home to the humans, soon.