We were JUST telling you about the Scary Movies 3 film series in NYC, but the Film Society of Lincoln Center didn't want to just leave you with a heads-up. They also want to offer three lucky winners the chance to see two movies of their choice!
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of short films, and we know most of you guys are also. Which is why we jumped at the chance to give away ten copies of Curious Stories, Crooked Symbols: The Short Films of Rodrigo Gudino, a collection of visionary short films from Rue Morgue magazine’s founding editor and publisher.
We get emails all the time about this event or that event taking place across the country and do our best to pass on the info to our readers. Today a note about the third "Spooktacular" in Keene, New Hampshire, landed in our mailbox, and we have to say that it sounds completely badass!
One of our favorite indie flicks of the year remains writer/director Glenn McQuaid's I Sell the Dead so the opportunity to revisit its quirky characters is indeed welcome. How is that possible, you ask? By picking up the I Sell the Dead comic book that hits stores this Wednesday, October 7!
The red band clip from Lionsgate's Saw VI, which premiered exclusively on mobile phones at the San Diego Comic-Con this past July, has returned over on the official Saw VI website along with a bit more gore-soaked fun!
E1 Entertainment has found its funding to make the thirteen-episode TV series "Stephen King's Haven". And the King fans go wild!
Does the idea of Lance Henriksen delivering a monologue in which he explains his use of sex-magic to solve crimes pique your curiosity? If so, that's exactly what you can see in the clip from Godkiller that was provided to us today by Halo-8 Entertainment.
Director Russell Mulcahy is back with a new film on the horizon that promises to be full of bite. Shark bite, that is. All toothy and such, and in -- are you ready? -- 3D! Because you know, no one is making 3D movies anymore so this should be a nice change of pace!
With REC 2 (review here) enjoying a successful opening weekend in its homeland, buzz has already started that there will be a third entry into this now unexpected franchise.
One city several our readers have been hoping to see Paranormal Activity screen in is Pittsburgh, and we are happy to report that it is indeed included in the 12 new markets where the film will open this weekend due to your demands.
After a couple of weeks of some less than mainstream Motion Picture Purgatory installments, Trembles returns to the present day with his spin on Ruben Fleischer's Zombieland.
Here at Dread Central we can appreciate a good spoof just as much as anybody. And if it's a musical aimed at the Twilight crowd, even better! Enter the new iTunes-only rock musical I Kissed a Vampire.
One indie filmmaker who couldn't be more hot right now is Paranormal Activity director Oren Peli. Though we've been talking about his next film, Area 51, for over a month now, the project has finally firmed up an official start date!
Most people go on vacation to relax. It seems writer/director Tom Shankland went on vacation only to find inspiration for his next horror project. After all, it was while on a holiday with friends that he found some creepy inspiration for his latest film, The Children (review here).
It was just ten years ago that director Eduardo Sanchez left his mark on the horror genre. His independent docu-thriller The Blair Witch Project not only raised the bar in terms of independent filmmaking, but it became a cultural phenomenon that still resonates a decade later.