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Amazon Studios Gives a Series Order to Chris Carter's The After

This news came out about a week ago and somehow slipped under our radar, but today we're remedying that situation! Remember hearing about the new Chris Carter pilot, "The After," which Amazon posted for viewer feedback? Well, here's an update...

It's Pilot Season on Amazon - Check Out Chris Carter's The After

Back in August we got the word that Amazon Studios was proceeding with a pilot for "The After" from "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter, and now it's ready for you to watch and vote on along with a few others.

Darren Bousman Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

You just cannot keep anything quiet around fans of the horror genre. After all, we are a tricky and nosy bunch. If it's out there, sooner or later someone will exhume it. Case in point ...

New Trailer, Images, and Poster for Adam Mason's Junkie

It's been a while since last we spoke about the new film from director Adam Mason (The Devil's Chair, Luster, Pig), but brothers and sisters, we have just hit the mother lode. Go ahead... read on and get your fix!

AFM 2011: Isle of Dogs Nabs Distro

And Week Two of our extensive coverage of this year's American Film Market has officially kicked off! Before we get to the dozens and dozens and, yes, dozens of things we have on tap for you, let's kick things off with a little distro news!

New Images From Adam Mason's Luster Shine Online

We've gotten our hands on some fresh new imagery from Adam Mason's next film, Luster, for you guys to dig upon courtesy of Epic Pictures Group, so get ready to go a little psycho along with Mason's newest madman!

First Images - Adam Mason to Unleash His Junkie

If there's one thing that director Adam Mason (The Devil's Chair, Luster, Pig) is very, very, good at, it's exposing you to the darkest and most violent side of human nature to the point that no matter how hard you try, you just can't look away. If the latest stills from his new film Junkie are any indication of what's to come, it perfectly follows suit.

Trailer and One-Sheet Debut - Limitless

Well, we now know why the film's original title of The Dark Fields was dropped. It made the thriller now known as Limitless sound a bit too much like a horror movie. In some ways we guess it still is, but barely. Tell us what you think. Limitless stars Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Anna Friel and Robert De Niro. Look for it on March 18, 2011.

Limitless Proves that Drugs are Good

We've all seen the commercials for strange medications that we've never heard of before. You see the images of happy people engaging in any number of activities -- hugging their loved ones, playing with pets, running on the beach -- but they never tell you what the hell the pill is for!

The Dark Fields are Now Limitless

The next star-studded horror flick from director Neil Burger has gotten a snazzy new moniker and a host of on-set video journals. Interested? Yeah, we figured that you would be.

Trailer Debut - Adam Mason's Luster

If there's one man who knows how to paint a distinct picture of insanity at its most brutal, it's director Adam Mason. We've been talking about his new film, Luster, for a very long time now, but judging from the newly released trailer we won't have much longer to wait.

Motion Picture Purgatory: I Spit on Your Grave (Remake)

While we wait for Steven R. Monroe's unrated I Spit on Your Grave remake to hit home video, Trembles has weighed in with his take on the flick following its limited theatrical release.

Butler, Sarah (I Spit on Your Grave)

Dread caught up with Sarah Butler, star of Cinetel Film’s controversial I Spit on Your Grave, a week before the film’s September 29th Hollywood premiere (see our coverage of that here) to chat with her regarding her courageous turn as the survivor of a filmic, yet altogether brutal, gang-rape and the repercussions that follow.

Exclusive: Sarah Butler Talks I Spit on Your Grave

Dread caught up with Sarah Butler, star of Cinetel Film’s controversial I Spit on Your Grave, a week before the film’s September 29th Hollywood premiere (see our coverage of that here) to chat with her regarding her courageous turn as the survivor of a filmic, yet altogether brutal, gang-rape and the repercussions that follow.

I Spit on Your Grave CENTRAL

Support Unrated Horror! This weekend sees the limited release of Steven R. Monroe's unrated remake of I Spit on Your Grave. While there are fewer theaters showing this film than last weekend's Hatchet II, it is still important to show your support. If it's not showing where you live, buy a ticket for a friend in a city where it is!