Here at Dread Central there's no greater apocalypse we're interested in than a zombie apocalypse. That's why when word of a new indie film of that name surfaced, we found ourselves looking to unearth some goodies for you guys.
Filmmaker Sean Cain, who’s currently mixing sound for his holiday ghoul opus Silent Night, Zombie Night, sat down with Dread Central yesterday to give us an update on that project, as well as his currently-casting Velvet Hammer Films/ArsonCuff Entertainment feature Breath of Hate, which “centers around a young woman in the escort business, who on her last job is confronted by a trio of escaped mental patients looking to change the world; one victim at a time” (according to the film’s PR).
The teaser trailer for the latest French zombie opus, The Horde, shambled online over the weekend and it's looking pretty sweet. Gangsters and the living dead? How could it not!?! Official Synopsis:
I haven’t seen I Sell the Dead yet, and I’m guessing I’m in the same boat as a lot of people. If you check out Andrew's review, however, I bet your curiosity will be piqued. And that’s what writer/director Glenn McQuaid is banking on because, as we've reported previously, he’s already planning a sequel!
We can all be thankful that Fred Dekker’s 1986 classic Night of the Creeps is on its way to DVD this fall, but horror fans can’t say the same for the planned DVD artwork – which you can have some say in choosing! The only problem is finding one that isn’t a goddamn eyesore!
Here at Dread Central we love two things in particular: video games and zombies (titties and booze was a close second). When you combine those two things, magic can happen (if you can combine all four, then we're really talking)! Still, I don't think we've ever seen anything as magical as what we're about to show you!
A new trailer for Tommy Wirkola's slice of Nazi Zombie mayhem, Dead Snow, surfaced today, this time for the film's UK release. It just looks so damned good!
Here at Dread Central we love us some zombies, especially of the shambling super-rotted variety! There's just something about those flesh-eaters we just can't get enough of! As a result, we're always on the look-out for the goods and we're always happy to help out an indie filmmaker by showcasing their work. Such is the case with Robert W. Filion's undead opus -- See the Dead.
Well, the quantity of DVD releases definitely increased this week. The quality? That's up to you guys to decide.
One film we've been anxiously awaiting footage from is Zombieland, and today, finally, our patience has paid off. Sure, stills are nice, but nothing beats zombie mayhem in live action.
For a while, it looked like the World War Z (review here) adaptation was ready to roll under the watchful eye of Quantum of Solace director Marc Forster. But today we’re getting word that while things are still a go, it’s going to take a little more time than initially expected to bring Max Brooks' zombie apocalypse to the big screen.
Things have been a bit quiet in Zombieland lately, but today a couple of stills showed up online and give a pretty good idea of what we're in for from this zom-com starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg.