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First Sweet Home Stills Far from Alabama

Filmax dropped the first stills from Rafa Martinez' directorial debut Sweet Home on us today, and we have every pixel of them right here for you. Check out the goods by reading on, and look for more on this one really soon!

Grace: The Possession Sees Through the Eyes of the Damned

Remember how the Maniac remake jolted the hell out of you by unfolding strictly through the eyes of a killer? Well, Grace: The Possession is taking the same route with possession. Read on for details.

Film4 FrightFest 2014: X Moor Trailer Suggests You'd Better Stick to the Road

Playing as part of this year's Film4 FrightFest is Luke Hyams' scare-a-thon X Moor, and right now we have the official trailer for you guys to dig on. You don't even have to take a flight across the pond to see it! Enjoy!

My Name Is A By Anonymous Finally Gets Distro!

After years and years of being tied up in a legal battle over release rights, My Name Is A By Anonymous is finally getting a release, and to go along with the glorious news, it's gotten itself a new title as well.

Fantastic Fest 2014: A Trailer Checks in from Norway

Playing as part of Fantastic Fest 2014 is the vampire flick Norway, and if it's half as cool as these stills and the following trailer indicate, then we could very well be in for one hell of a treat. Dig it!

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Character Gallery Blow-Out

Over the last several days there has been a shit-ton of posters released for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Instead of doing a story each time one was released, we now have every single one in one neat little place for you cats to ogle. Check 'em out!

The Damned Ask for Help

No, this has nothing to do with crowdfunding! We're referring to the content in this new clip from IFC's latest acquisition, Victor Garcia's The Damned (review), starring The Twilight Saga's Peter Facinelli. Look for The Damned in select theaters August 29.

Starry New One-Sheet for Honeymoon

Time for another poster premiere for Leigh Janiak's Honeymoon (review). Check it out, and let's hope that our newlyweds get in at least one quickie before the terror begins!

Make a Date with the Devil in Asmodexia

The devilish folks over at IFC Midnight have granted a release date to the upcoming satanic spooker Asmodexia. Look for it on VOD September 26th. In the meantime hire an old priest and a young priest to watch over you until the pea soup starts flying.

Official Trailer Crashes Through Open Windows

On tap right now we have the official trailer for Nacho Vigalondo's Open Windows, which was picked up for distribution here in the States courtesy of Cinedigm. Read on to check it out.

The L.A. Slasher Begins Teasing Us!

We've been talking about the upcoming thrill-kill L.A. Slasher for a while now, and the time for words has come to an end. Suit up, Dreadies, as the teaser trailer is here, and we cannot wait for the mayhem to come. Check it out.

Exclusive: Dread Central Gets Depressed with Sigourney Weaver at Tribeca 2014

Real-life horrors are all around, and few are more terrifying than the fear of becoming mentally ill and spiraling down into an abyss of depression and despair. But there's always hope, as shown in Elizabeth Swados' My Depression: A Picture Book, now an animated short film.

Will Adult Film Star Bree Olson's Heart Go On When She Tries to Survive Aliens vs. Titanic?

She survived Charlie Sheen. Now can ex-porn star turned legit actress Bree Olson outlast a cataclysmic vehicular space disaster and lethal alien infection in Aliens vs. Titanic?

Trailer for Horror Story Anthology Dark Forest Sees the Light

It's pretty hard for a book trailer to grab our attention, but with its cozy yet creepy campsite setting, this one for Uninvited Press' recent release of Dark Forest managed to do so. If stories about the "malignant wilderness" sound intriguing, then read on!

Exclusive: Documentarian Olivia Klaus Talks Life After Manson at Tribeca 2014

The 25-minute documentary short Life After Manson premiered during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, and with the 45th anniversary of the Manson Family killings having just passed, we thought now was a good time to share our interview with the film's director, Olivia Klaus.