2011 LA Film Festival
Looking for a little creepiness to get you through your day? If so we have got your fix in the form of three new clips from Troy Nixey's Guillermo del Toro produced remake of the 1973 TV movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark to chill your bones.
The 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival wraps up today, June 26th, with a screening of the Don't Be Afraid of the Dark remake, but awards have already been given out, and the big genre winner is Attack the Block, which won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature.
It's here! Our early verdict on one of this summer's most highly anticipated horror offerings! Can Troy Nixey's Guillermo del Toro produced remake of the 1973 TV movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark live up to the creepiness of the original? Read on for details!
The prestigious 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival is currently under way, and while there aren’t a lot of genre films on this year’s slate, there’s one independent slasher flick that has caught our attention here at Dread Central: the creepy indie horror flick called Entrance.
Dread hit the Get Lit Summer Celebration at the swanky Rolling Stone Lounge in Hollywood, CA Monday night, June 20th, and brought back some video from the event. Read on for the goods and the ocular candy!
This coming Monday, June 20th, Lit Post, MPI Media and Glass Eye Pix will present a Summer Celebration and Get Lit Event in Hollywood, CA, in honor of horror director Ti West (on the occasion of his LAFF screening of The Innkeepers), and Dread has passes for ten lucky fans and their plus ones! Read on to get yours!
Ti West's The Innkeepers will be playing on June 19th and 22nd at this year's LA Film Festival, and in honor of the occasion, a new still from the film has been released by Dark Sky Films. Synopsis
Looking forward to Troy Nixey's Guillermo del Toro produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark? We are, too. On an epic level even. As a means to fan your anticipation flames, we've got a new one-sheet and some online digs for you to check out!
The 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival runs from June 16th-26th so expect coverage of the genre films that will be screening there over the coming days. First up is character-study-meets-horror-flick Entrance from directors Dallas Hallam and Patrick Horvath. Synopsis: