We know what a great feeling it is to win an online auction. We've all snatched that eBay item at the last second from an unsuspecting rival. Check out the Scares that Care auction, win some swag, and do it for a good cause!
To celebrate the home video release of Immortals on March 6th, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and America’s Blood Centers have organized blood drives at 30 select universities across the country which started this week and continue through March 9th.
Live in the LA area? If so, on February 24th you can combine an evening of magic and mystery with benefiting a very worthwhile charity as Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre presents a one-night only event: Magician Micah Cover’s chilling interactive performance of Haunted House Calls.
What would horror be like without women? It would suck ass. Sure, a big guy is intimidating, but women as killers (or their creators) make everything so much more interesting. Which is why we're happy to remind you it's Women in Horror Month, time to give blood - and cash - to charity.
As a community horror fans are not only the best and brightest but also the most giving. We know it's a trying time of the year, but it's also time to bring your attention to one hell of a good cause.
In Austin, Texas and looking to take part in the mayhem that will be A Very Green and Lynch Christmas? Well you're in luck because we have your chance to win tickets to the event on us and officially be one of the cool kids helping to keep Austin weird!
All right, fangbangers, it's time to put your money where your mouths are. Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin, the "True Blood" stars who play vampire Bill Compton and telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse, are auctioning off a set of autographed "True Blood" Season Two posters and a DVD set for charity, and just a few days remain for you to take part!
Adam Green and Joe Lynch are filmmakers that give. Of course sometimes they end up giving you stuff that sends you to your doctor for regular treatments for the burning and itching, but damnit, they're generous! If you're in the Austin, Texas, area, they're ready to spread a bit more cheer (and other things) your way!
While Breast Cancer Awareness Month has come to an end, coverage stemming from Dread Central's The Horror Starlets bowling team's involvement with Bowling for Boobies 2011 and the Busted Foundation is still being generated, and we thought you might enjoy this saucy clip courtesy of Drew's Werd. Read on!
Nick Principe is a hard man to ignore. He stands about 6'7" tall, is covered in badass tattoos and is best known for playing a chrome-skulled killer that some feel could be horror's next iconic slasher. And now, straight out of Arkansas, Principe brings us his newest malevolent murderer, a pig mask donning psycho named Damien Ewell in Eric England's first feature film, Madison County.
We sadly report, for those who haven't heard, the unforgettable Jewel Shepard has been diagnosed with breast cancer. And due to limited health insurance coverage, she is forced to raise a considerable sum of money to pay for the treatment. But this is a great opportunity for us to band together as a horror community and help one of our own. And you can get some pretty cool swag out of it, too.
This writer and Dread Central's The Horror Starlets took part this past Sunday, October 23rd, in the seventh annual non-profit Bowling for Boobies Los Angeles breast cancer charity event, and we wish to thank those in the horror community and beyond who so generously donated to this wonderful cause. We couldn’t do it every year without you!
Meet The Horror Starlets at Universal CityWalk Sunday, October 23rd, and Join the Fight Against Breast Cancer!
Wanna meet Cerina Vincent (Cabin Fever), Ashlynn Yennie (The Human Centipede films), Gabby West (Chillerama), Sarah Butler (I Spit on Your Grave), Allison Kyler (Chromeskull: Laid To Rest 2), Carlee Baker (The Woman), Brooke Lewis (Slime City Massacre), FX artist Jacky Belle, and Dread Central's Sean Decker this Sunday, October 23rd and support women battling breast cancer in the process? You can, as they'll be bowling as part of the Bowling for Boobies event at Jillian’s Hi-Life at Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles, California, in support of the non-profit charity the Busted Foundation.
Two weeks ago we told you about The sCare Foundation's Inaugural Fundraising Event that's guaranteed to be brimming with celebrities and all manner of coolness in the name of charity, and today and every week between now and October 28th, we have your chance to win yourself a pair of general admission tickets to the event!
Jamie Lee Curtis has paved the way for many an actress in our industry and is without question one of the single most admired women to ever grace the silver screen. This October Curtis will be revered for her hard work by the sCare Foundation.