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So exactly what, the marketing asks, is The Anomaly?
That question is at the heart of Noel Clarke’s new film, a high-concept sci-fi thriller with a fine young cast including Ian Somerhalder, Alexis Knapp and the third of the Hemsworth brothers, Luke. Brian Cox also joins in the fun and he’s always worth watching.
The trailer below gives an idea of what’s in store, with a neat near-future design and some hearty violence amongst the rapid fire Quantum Leap mystery elements. We’ve got an exclusive look at the poster and very nice it looks too.
Here’s the poster, click it make it big. The mystery will be solved on the 4th of July when the film hits UK cinemas.
MSN had the trailer, which you can see below.
- Jon Lyus
Calgary - As pages go, Warren Littlefield is slightly overqualified. The Brandon Tartikoff protege spent 20 years as an executive at NBC, cultivating in a '90s run as NBC Entertainment President a gig that was, at times, rather wildly successful. On this March day in Calgary, though, Littlefield is serving as a tour-guide for a group of reporters visiting the set of his FX limited series "Fargo." Just a 10 minute drive from downtown Calgary, we've left the urban center behind and we're at a facility that is doubling for the Bemidji Police Department, as well as several other rural Minnesota hubs. Depending on which way you wander, there are interrogation rooms, a main squad area, portions of a local hospital and a middle school cafeteria, in which we're conducting most of our interviews next to a fine piece of juvenile art that has nothing to do with "Fargo," but I'm including it anyway. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Today is of course St. Patrick’s Day, which essentially means that us horror fans are allowed the freedom to do two things, without incurring the wrath of judgment that doing those two things typically incurs; not only do we get to drink all day, but it’s sort of an unwritten rule that we must plop our asses on our couches and watch as many of the films in the Leprechaun franchise as we can possibly endure. A great holiday this one is, to say the least.
That said, if you’ve already seen all the Leprechaun movies, and don’t have much interest in watching them again, then have no fear, because we’ve got you covered. We came up with a list of films to accompany you on today’s couch-riding, beer-drinking escapades, all of which are worthy alternatives to the Leprechaun films.
These ten Irish-made horror »
- John Squires
Look for the movie on DVD & Digital Download February 11th.
During a wild weekend in Las Vegas, four young friends get into trouble with a loan shark and must skip town in a hurry. But gambling problems may be the least of their worries after they get stranded in the Nevada desert. One of the guys discovers a mysterious metal fragment, then promptly goes missing during the night. When the remaining three catch up with their lost friend, there’s something different about him. As his condition worsens, the others realize that something unearthly might be stalking them in the desert.
- Michelle McCue
Review Rachael Kates 15 Jan 2014 - 07:51
Don't presume to tell Vincent how to handle his beastliness, argues Rachael. Here's her review of Don't Die On Me...
This review contains spoilers.
2.9 Don't Die On Me
The episode kicks off with Tori flitting around Vincent and making me so angry I want to break things. To be perfectly clear, I’m not upset because of my deep and abiding belief that Catherine and Vincent’s true love will prevail. I’m not angry because Tori doesn’t want to hide being a beast either. After all, there’s nothing wrong with Tori wanting to be beastly her way, in the open air and sun. That’s totally fine by me. I do so love me some autonomy and freedom of choice. What I have a problem with is the way she’s trying to push that desire on to Vincent when he »
Jennifer Lawrence’s strapless Dior gown was a controversial choice during the Jan. 12 Golden Globe Awards — so much so that several impostors took to the Internet to mock her black and white look.
Jennifer Lawrence, 23, was a big winner at the Jan. 12 Golden Globes, but the jury is still out on her choice of attire. Many Internet users — some famous, some not — mocked her getup in some inspired tweets and Instagrams, and we’ve gathered some of the best copycats below.
Colton Haynes is a huge J-Law fan, so we doubt he meant any harm when he posted his hilarious version of Jen’s Dior gown on his Instagram page. He also made her Taylor Swift photobomb face, letting everyone know it was all in good fun. “#GoldenGlobes were a blast,” he wrote.
Countless Twitter users also noticed »
- Shaunna Murphy
Another year has come to an end, which means it's time for the Dread Central staff to weigh in with their picks of the best and worst of 2013's horror offerings. We're giving you a full dozen lists this time, and per usual they come in a variety of formats, each reflecting the unique styles of our writers.
We've also compiled them to come up with the year's overall winners and losers. We averaged out the top and bottom five vote getters on everyone's lists, and here are the results:
Worst: Texas Chainsaw 3D
Runners-up: The Purge, The Last Exorcism Part II
Check out the Dread Central staff's Best of and Worst of lists for 2013 by following the links below!
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[Debi "The Woman in Black" Moore]
[Gareth "Pestilence" Jones]
[Scott "Doctor Gash" Hallam]
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7 items from 2014
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