4 items from 2011
Well, folks, 2011 is officially in the can, and surprisingly it wasn't such a horrendous year. It was definitely better than 2010, which was a huge step up from the putrid 2009. We laughed, we applauded, we were left dumbstruck, and of course we were infuriated. Read on for our cheers and jeers!
Now, with a fresh movie-watching start before us, we're taking our usual yearly look back at the good, the bad, the Wtf, and everything in between.
And don't be lazy by just reading along! Get off of your asses and give us your lists in the comments section below. We wanna hear from you if only to compare notes. Lots and lots of notes.
Speaking of notes, the most common complaint we've heard over the years is that we don't have one definitive list representing Dread Central as a whole so for 2011 we dropped everyone's choices in the blender, hit puree, »
- Uncle Creepy
Crackle, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s multi-platform video entertainment network, has launched a deadly collection of horror films entitled "Kill Count". "Kill Count" features a select group of 30 of the most stomach-turning, blood-dripping, gut-spilling horror films available anywhere that catalogue the most outrageous death moments — from impalements to truck sandwiches.
From the Press Release:
For thirteen days, beginning Wednesday, October 19th, through Monday, October 31st, users will be able to watch, rate, and discuss their favorite kills on Crackle. "Kill Count" boasts more than 300 kills in its collection including, but not limited to, 35 vicious stabbings, 12 decapitations, 8 defenestrations, 7 zombie face slashings, 4 vehicular murders, and 2 spontaneous combustions ... all for 1 bloody good time.
“Crackle is excited to feature another unique program for our viewers just in time for Halloween,” said Lisa Dubbe-Herbert, Vice President, Programming for Crackle. “With such gruesome offerings as Silent Hill and Vacancy, our audience will be screaming for more.”
- The Woman In Black
In a good sign of things to come, the first folks cast in Fox's fourth Wrong Turn film are officially its inbred mutants! Hopefully this emphasis on killer over the meat for the beast roles carries over into the tone of the film. They are the reason we'll be watching after all.
I miss the days when the killers were the stars of the show. Still, I'm probably just reading into nothing at all, as a means to be hopeful. According to Winnipeg Free Press the role of "Three Finger" is being played by Sean Skene and "One Eye" is being played by his actor-brother Daniel Skene. Their father, Rick Skene, is the film’s stunt co-ordinator. Rounding out the killer trio is Winnipeg actor Scott Johnson as "Sawtooth."
Shooting is »
- Uncle Creepy
Back in January we broke the news that Fox Home Entertainment was gearing up for Wr)Ng Turn 4, with the studio tapping Wrong Turn 3 director Declan O'Brien to return behind the camera. With shooting underway in Birds Hill Park, Winnipeg, the local press reports that the role of "Three Finger" is being played by Sean Skene and "One Eye" is being played by his actor-brother Daniel Skene. Their father Rick Skene is the films stunt co-ordinator. Rounding out the killer trio is Winnipeg actor Scott Johnson as "Sawtooth." Playing a potential victim of the deranged locivores is Winnipeg actress Jennifer Pudavick as Kenia, whose resume has a number of horror offerings including Wishmaster III, Wishmaster IV and The Plague. Tenika Davis also stars. »
4 items from 2011
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