I seriously doubt this will be up long, so make sure you get your eyes on it now if you really want to see a crappy shot-at-Comic-Con version of the Friday the 13th remake trailer.
Leonardo DiCaprio seems to have a soft spot in his heart for “The Twilight Zone”, citing it as one of his favorite shows, so together with Warner Bros. and his own production company, Appian Way, Leo is looking for material to put a brand-new feature together.
With E3 going down right now, I can imagine we’re going to be seeing more announcements like this in the coming days. Variety caught wind this morning that Capcom and Warner Bros. are teaming up to bring Lost Planet to the big screen, with Watchmen screenwriter David Hayter on board to pen the script.
The makers of The Lost Boys: The Tribe sure are taking the film’s heritage seriously, bringing back both characters and music from Joel Schumacher’s original for the sequel, which hits DVD July 29th (pre-order it here).
The folks over at DVD Active got a look at the disc art for the next title in Warner Bros.’ Raw Feed line, Rest Stop: Don’t Look Back.
Though it’s not due to hit DVD until the end of the year, I wanted to give some attention to another film from the Raw Feed line of direct-to-DVD horrors, if nothing else because Otis (DVD review) is out this week and we’re excited about what’s next for the label.
A few weeks back we gave you guys an exclusive audio behind-the-scenes walkthrough for the makeup work in Tony Krantz’ Otis (DVD review), the latest entry in Warner Bros.’ Raw Feed line (dig it here).
Who doesn't love a good party? Come on, man! Powder blue suits! Disco balls! Chicks in chains being tortured by heavy-set guys who just wanna boogie! What more could you want? Oh yeah, signed mementos of your magical evening! We've got you covered!
Otis (review), Tony Krantz's heart touching tale of a psychotic man named Otis and his quest for love ... and dismemberment ... will be hitting store shelves on June 10th, but you have a chance to see it on the big screen before that!
Edgar Frog is going to have his work cut out for him. What are the odds that his newest adventure against Xtreme suckheads is going to garner the same kind of following that the original Lost Boys had? The follow-up does look to have a bit of promise, but without the sax man, it's just not going to be the same.
Well, it’s actually happening. Someone’s making a new Terminator movie. I know, some may question why we’d be covering it here on Dread, but even though it’s about as sci-fi as you can get, we all have a soft spot for killer robots.
We’ve been working with Tony Krantz, one of the three producers behind the Raw Feed DVD series as well as the director of Sublime (DVD review) from the first batch and Otis (review) from the forthcoming set, to put together some very unique goodies just for Dread Central readers.