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In this week's edition of Dread Central Live, special effects guru Vincent Guastini brought some props to the studio and showed us his interpretation of what the spider head from the new The Thing would've looked like.
If you can only spare a couple of minutes, this is The clip from Dread Central Live that you have to watch!
In addition to the spider head, whom host Vanessa "Gore Whore" Gomez immediately wanted to make out with, right after Staci Layne Wilson (you have to watch to get it), Vincent also showed off a monster head from Steven C Miller's Under The Bed as well as a couple of victim heads from Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.
Of course you should always watch the entire show, which is available right below. Dread Central Live airs every Monday @ 4Pm Pst / 7Pm Est. Be sure to tune in.
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In the summer of 2012, we learned that Justin Long was being lined up to star in The Ten O'Clock People, an adaptation of Stephen King's short story of the same name. However, it appears the Drag Me to Hell star has fallen away from the project, and now THR reports Jay Baruchel (This is The End, RoboCop) who has signed on to star in the film written and directed by Tom Holland, the original Fright Night and Child's Play helmer. King and Holland collaborated back in the 90s, most notably on the TV series "The Langoliers" and the film Thinner (Holland's last big screen work), so this is quite a reunion 16 years later. The story comes from King's 1993 horror collection Nightmares and Dreamscapes, and it sounds more like an episode of "The Twilight Zone." Baruchel will star in the film as Brandon Pearson, a former smoker who returns to »
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We first reported on Tom Holland adapting Stephen King’s The Ten O’Clock People for the big screen back in 2012. At one point, it looked like Justin Long was going to take on the lead role, but a new report reveals that Jay Baruchel has signed on to star in and executive produce the movie. According to THR, who broke the casting news, Tom Holland is looking to begin filming this June in Montreal.
Stephen King’s The Ten O’clock People was a short story published in 1993 as part of Nightmares and Dreamscapes. The story follows Brandon Pearson, “who in trying to kick his smoking habit uncovers a frightening aspect of reality, he plans to extinguish through extreme measures.”
We spoke to Tom Holland back in late 2012 and he had the following to say about updating the story for modern audiences:
“Stephen and I had dinner when I »
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