So the guys who made Bryan Loves You, the movie about a cult who took over a small town in Arizona that stars George Wendt and Tony Todd, must have either hit a nerve with a group of people or are tying to play it out like that for media purposes. Either way it’s a pretty smart tactic to get attention.
Remember that little flick we've been telling you about for months, The Telephone (review here)? For those who don't, this slice of Bava-esque love comes courtesy of Black Sunday Films and is now
Oooooh, yes, this I like a lot. It’s simple, it’s effective, and it doesn’t try and tell you the movie is about anything other than a giant crocodile terrorizing people. It’s also got just enough of a Jaws feel to it to give it insta-cred. But man, whoever came up with that tagline should loose their job. Ugh.
Though most looking into the life of Craig Shaw Gardner, and specifically his extensive bibliography, would question his inclusion in Dreadtime Stories, meant as a showcase for horror authors, they would be asking the wrong question. The right question is why aren’t more people giving this master wordslinger more attention? He’s written more amazing short horror stories than you’ve probably even thought of so not only does he earn a place in Dreadtime Stories, we could almost do a whole other series for his short horror work alone.
Small list of odd films is what you'll find on Tuesday, July 10th, 2007... Brutal (2007) Directed by Ethan Wiley Ah, it’s the “how many covers can we rip off in one?” game. Gotcha. That’s a fun
Well, the cover art is a bit terrible, but I guess one can’t blame First Look for trying to give the DVD for The Ferryman the creepiest look it can. Too bad it screams Lionsgate direct to video releas
Both the trailer and website for the low budget, high concept film Dying God are finally online, and believe it or not one is on top of the other. The site doesn’t have a ton of info on it yet but
No, not exactly, but it sure is a good sign! Don Coscarelli recently recorded a video tribute to the Alamo Drafthouse, the original of which is sadly closing it's doors, but before he gets to talking about the Drafthouse (and dies a horribly ironic way) he's watching something very interesting on the monitor. Check it out:
It’s that time of the year again; Fantasia where we put our health, our sanity, our relationships and our livelihood, on the line to bring you, dedicated Dread Central reader, the up to the minute hap
Finally, some art and specs for Anchor Bay’s September 4th release of Unholy on DVD, a film we’ve been tracking the progress of for years. The film is about a mother (Adrienne Barbeau) and son (Ni
Any of you luck bastards who are heading out to this year’s Festival of Fear up in Toronto might want to make sure you don’t make too many plans involving excessive drinking or drug taking, at least f
The official Japanese Resident Evil site (or Biohazard as it’s known in Japan) has put up another trailer (see it here) that gives us a deeper look at the upcoming Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronic
Now this is pretty cool; almost a good enough reason to go to that most dreaded place of seemingly neverending torture; the mall. Tartan Films just announced that, starting today and going through