Made for a meager $6,000 culled together from friends and family, Jeremy Gardner’s road movie set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse is focused less on the zombies than it is on the relationship between it
Eighteen years ago director Neil Jordan brought forth the film adaptation of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire, and now that the world of vampires has been reduced to sparkling, lovesick fiends with horrible S
The usually hyped-up and rambunctious Midnight Madness crowd at the Toronto International Film Festival fell into an eerily silent, spellbound state as they witnessed the premiere of Rob Zombie’s latest project, The Lords
Alliance Films released an Antiviral featurette just in time for the flick's premiere at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival, and in it we finally get to know Brandon Cronenberg and learn the genesis for this
It's been a long road for us here at Dread Central. What started out as an idea has grown into something bigger than we ever could have anticipated.
The shady world of underground body modification proves too strong an allure to resist for medical student Mary Mason in the Soska sisters’ fantastic American Mary.
Ever since the release of William Friedkin's The Exorcist back in 1973, we've seen countless exorcism-themed horror flicks over the last few decades, all usually involving Cath
Halloween is a very special time of the year for horror fans. Let's face it, it's our "Holiday Season". The only bad thing about it?
In ParaNorman, the latest animated adventure by the fine folks behind Coraline, we follow an 11-year-old horror-loving outcast named Norman (Kodi Smit-McPhee) who finds himself bullied at school regularly and chastised by