Indie Horror Month Announcement: Dread Central Hosting the World Premiere of Drew Daywalt's The Old Chair This Friday!
Indie horror fans, get ready! Drew Daywalt, the master of the horror short film, has been busy slaving away on something special in honor of Dread Central's Indie Horror Month celebration, and undoubtedly it will be a slice of creepy awesomeness much like the rest of Daywalt's other short films.
With March just right around the corner, we thought it was about time to unveil some of the awesomeness we've been busy putting together over the last month or so for Dread Central's upcoming Indie Horror Month celebration.
Leaving a much-coveted trail of critical acclaim and festival awards in its wake, Adam Wingard’s tense psycho-horror film A Horrible Way to Die will finally be making a mark on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK this March 19th, courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. Check out the latest trailer right here!
Another indie horror flick has found itself a home as IFC Midnight announced today that the company has acquired the U.S. rights to director Padraig Reynolds’ thriller Rites of Spring.
Ah, the holiday season! So rife with cheer, smiles, and goodwill toward man! It's the perfect time of the year to engage in mass amounts of zombie slaughter and terror, is it not? Thankfully that's exactly what we'll be in for when Silent Night of the Living Dead comes shambling home!
FEARnet has announced a deal with Dead Rabbit Films to acquire the domestic rights to “Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales,” a brand new anthology series. Ten episodes of the series of short films written and directed by Tom Holland will be made available on FEARnet.com in July 2012. Dead Rabbit Films is the imprint owned by Holland and his partner David Chackler, who will also executive produce the series.
As a means of gearing up for its premiere on Saturday, October 22nd, at 12:00 noon at the 2011 Screamfest LA film festival, we've gotten our claws into a clip from the monster/slasher flick Rites of Spring. Pull up a chair and peel your peepers!
With the 11th annual and venerated Screamfest LA Film Festival running this Friday, October 14th through Saturday, October 22nd at Manns Chinese 6 in Hollywood, CA, we chatted yesterday with the director of one of the fest's selections, the feature Rites of Spring, and got the skinny on the slasher/hybrid, which is set for its world premiere on Saturday, October 22nd, at 12:00 noon.
Premiering Saturday, October 22nd, at 12:00 noon as part of the 2011 Screamfest LA is the much-talked about creature feature Rites of Spring, and we have your hot ticket to see the trailer right here. Dig it!
The good folks over at Phantom City Creative have unleashed a brand new concept one-sheet for Adam Wingard's latest film, You're Next (review here), and it's so badass we just had to share. Dig it!
After a scary bidding war over the rights for Adam Wingard's latest film, You're Next (review here), one studio came out on top and has landed a possible new franchise in doing so.
Dread Central hit the world premiere of the Chillerama anthology film (review here) at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California, last night and while on the red carpet chatted with the flick’s directors - Adam Green, Adam Rifkin, Joe Lynch, Tim Sullivan - and more before taking in the screening with an enthusiastic and boisterous audience of over 3,000. Read on for Part 1 of our coverage and some ocular candy!
Monster movies should be a no-brainer. That's why we're astounded that this week's incoherent Creature failed so incredibly miserably. Good thing we've got some Rites of Spring imagery to make us feel better.
Director Adam Wingard hit the horror scene running with his feature film debut Home Sick back in 2007 which centered around a maniac with razors, a super human killing machine attacking a group of unsuspecting teens and featured performances from genre favorites including Bill Moseley, Tom Towles and Tiffany Shepis.