Bobbi Sue Luther
Excited for this weekend's premiere of Adam Gierasch's Night of the Demons on Friday? You should be! The film kicks off this year's Screamfest in style, and to further sweeten the pot, you can win yourself a couple of tickets and more!
CONTEST CLOSED: In LA? Here's Your Chance to Party in Hell at the Night of the Demons Punk Rock Show
Horror and music go together like peanut butter and jelly. Godzilla and King Kong. Me and nipple tassles. You get where we're going, right! Of course you do! Like any good horror fan you like to rock out! If you're in LA on October 2nd, you'll get a chance to do just that on us!
A great deal of heartbreak came with the news that Adam Gierasch's Night of the Demons (review here) was going the direct-to-video route. This film looks like too much fun not to see on the big screen. However, if you're in LA or are planning to attend this year's Screamfest, this is one wrong that is going to be fixed!
Finally, after months and months of waiting, the trailer debut for Adam Gierasch's Night of the Demons (review here) is upon us and looking really friggin' good!
Here at Dread Central we work pretty friggin' quickly to make sure that you sickos are as up-to-date as possible in regard to the things going bump in the night in our genre. Just hours ago we showed you the UK quad poster for Night of the Demons (review here) remake from director Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson, and now we've got a bunch of sexy and gory stills for you to drool over.
Oh, how we envy our friends in the UK from time to time. While we have to settle for home video, they're getting to see the Night of the Demons (review here) remake from director Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson on the big screen. Le sigh.
One of my favorite parts of last week's San Diego Comic-Con was getting to catch up with Night of the Demons director Adam Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson to help unveil the movie's official artwork. The flick looks damned good, and the original has been a staple in the Creepy household forever so to say I'm excited for this movie is an understatement. Even more exciting? This brand new gore-filled still!
Well then. This is kind of depressing. Instead of the theatrical run they had been talking about, E1 Entertainment announced today that Adam Gierasch's long awaited Night of the Demons remake will get a home video release on October 19th, 2010. At least we're getting a Blu-ray and the film won't be just sitting on the shelf for too much longer.
If you weren't already stoked for Adam Gierasch's Night of the Demons remake (review here), we're pretty damn confident you will be after seeing these new slices of demonic mayhem!
Dread caught up with director Adam Gierasch yesterday in an effort to ascertain the current plans for his feature Night of the Demons, a flick that initially was to have received a theatrical release last October via Seven Arts Distribution. Revealed the director, who co-wrote with Jace Anderson his remake of director Kevin Tenney’s 1988 feature of the same name, “Night of the Demons is aiming for a decently-wide release on September 23, 2010.” In addition, he provided us with some new exclusive production stills!
Taking on a web series may seem like a step back in a director’s career, but not for Robert Hall. He saw the opportunity to do something new and different with “Fear Clinic” and perhaps even change the game in terms of internet-based horror content.
Like most fans, director Robert Hall found watching horror films to be an avenue of escapism. “I immediately found a connection with horror, especially since I didn’t have the greatest childhood,” said Hall.
Now this should make for a Happy Halloween; Robert Hall just dropped us an exclusive clip from his next film, Laid to Rest, which you can check out below! The story follows a girl who wakes up in a coffin, unaware of how she got there and pursued by a relentless madman in a mask.
Robert Hall and Bobbi Sue Luther took some time to sit down with me at Comic-Con to talk about their latest fear film, Laid to Rest, and although it was uber-noisy in the room (we could barely hear each other and we were next to one another), there are still a lot of goodies to be dished!