Hot on the heels of her appearance at Cincinnati's HorrorHound Weekend convention earlier this year - her first and last convention appearance - Jamie Lee Curtis is now going one step further in her bid to use her star power to get horror fans to raise money for her favorite charity...
Each year Dread Central takes a stand against breast cancer with our Horror Starlets Bowling for Boobies team, and we need you to take this stand with us. Simply put, time is running out, and this cause needs your attention and help!
Sad that another Friday the 13th has come and gone? Missing the hockey mask-wearing momma's boy? Well then, here's a little something to hold you over until the next one in December: a fun art project that benefits a really good cause.
When it comes to doing good deeds, it's usually the living who reap all the benefits, but that's about to change as the Voices of the Pioneer Memorial Cemetery have cooked up some spooky ways for you to help preserve this historic sliver of spooky.
This writer is imploring you, our tightly-knit horror community, as we approach October – our month of months – to unite for a good cause: supporting Los Angeles women battling breast cancer by contributing to the Bowling for Boobies campaign.
We're breaking away from our usual horror coverage for a bit, hoping to help out a friend and colleague. Ed Douglas has been a strong voice in the online film community for quite a few years now. He gave of himself and his insight freely, and now is the time to give something back.
Perhaps no organization represents the giving spirit of the horror genre family and fanbase than the sCare Foundation. And for those of you in Los Angeles, sCare is hosting a Masquerade Ball with a remarkable performance by composer Alan Howarth that you won't soon forget!
Throughout the past several decades actress Karen Black has been pretty much synonymous with the horror genre, appearing in countless films from Trilogy of Terror to House of 1000 Corpses. She's given us many memories, and now she needs our help. Let's give back.
We just got word about a really cool charity auction that may interest some of our readers. Jacob Burman, the Program Outreach Director of NORMAL nonprofits, has announced a charity auction to meet and greet for lunch or dinner with Ashley Bell.
Have you ever wanted to step into the shoes of one of your favorite scream queens? Then by all means keep reading because we have the lowdown on the "Kick Up Your Heels" auction supporting the Lancaster Opera House Theatre program for arts for children and teens.
Dread Central's 2012 Horror Starlets took part in the eighth annual Bowling for Boobies breast cancer charity event and wish to thank those in the horror community and beyond who generously donated to this wonderful cause. Check out some photos from the event!
Dread Central hit the sCare Foundation’s 2nd Annual Halloween Benefit on Sunday, October 28, in Los Angeles and brought back some photos, video, and interviews from the genre-heavy red carpet and event. Read on!
On Saturday, October 27th, the Son of Monsterpalooza horror convention in Burbank, CA, is hosting Dread Central's 2012 batch of Horror Starlets, who will be signing items plus a special edition Bowling for Boobies color photo.
To those stuck-up people who think the horror industry is run by inhumane deviants, here’s concrete proof that you’ll find more kindness and goodwill here than most places.
The sCare Foundation announced today it will honor legendary actor Malcolm McDowell (Rob Zombie’s Halloween, A Clockwork Orange) with the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award at its 2nd Annual Halloween Benefit on October 28, 2012.