What's a Friday without a little witchcraft, right? Though we're sure most of you are already under the spell of The Avengers, we'd be remiss if we didn't let you know about another, darker project heading your way!
The first film in AD Calvo's planned Gothic mental illness trilogy, The Melancholy Fantastic, is about to hit USA Video-On-Demand in April. Take a look at the trailer below, and we're sure you'll agree that this definitely falls into the mental illness category.
Some early evening distribution news has come out of the bustling American Film Market, and we've got the latest for you on tap and ready to go. Into tales of creepy dolls and Christmastime? Then, brother and sisters, do we have a fix for you!
Director A.D. Calvo checked in with us with some exclusive images from his latest film, House of Dust, for you to dig on. Whatcha waiting for? Spookiness awaits! Get to it!
One of the last direct-to-video horror releases of the year, A.D. Calvo's supernatural tale The Haunting of Amelia, hits store shelves next Tuesday, December 28th, courtesy of MTI Home Video; and if you've been wondering if it's worth setting aside some of your Christmas cash for it, here's the flick's trailer for you to check out.
Just after the holidays, on December 28th to be exact, MTI will be releasing A.D. Calvo's supernatural tale The Haunting of Amelia (a.k.a.The Other Side of the Tracks) onto DVD, and we've got a quick look at the cover art for ya! Chad Lindberg, Brendan Fehr, Tania Raymonde, Natassia Malthe and Beatrice Rosen star. Dig on the goods below. Synopsis
A huge film favorite around the Dread Central offices is Lucky McKee's debut feature, May, which pretty much played as a national friggin' anthem for the misunderstood soul. A.D. Calvo's latest feature, The Melancholy Fantastic, looks to echo that film and up the ante in terms of freaky! Dig it!
There's more horror coming from the team of director A.D. Calvo and producer Todd Slater, as the duo have secured financing for a slate of new flicks including the campus chiller House of Dust and a more Gothic telling of Snow White.