The found footage sub-genre has taken us many places over the years so it only seems fitting that it now takes us into the deepest and darkest part of Africa for a Safari of fear that we'll be lucky to come back from in one piece.
If there's one sub-genre of horror that's showing no signs of slowing down, it's the found footage film, and we've got another one headed to theatres this October. This time around the cameras capture a terrifying real life urban legend!
The last time horror fans visited Serbia, we were left shaken by an experience we likely won't ever forget. This year, we're headed back over there with the found footage flick Fallen Angel (Pali Andjeo), which I've got a feeling won't be quite as memorable...
On the off chance that you still haven't had your fill of found footage horror films, and you can still manage to suspend disbelief enough to refrain from rolling your eyes when a movie tries to convince you you're watching real footage, then get ready for your latest dose of found fear with Spirit in the Woods!
After bone-chilling horror film The Paranormal Diaries: Clophill (review here) makes its debut at FrightFest 2013, it'll be released on UK DVD courtesy of Second Sight. Read on for the details!
From the headline you would think, "What? Dread Central is covering porn now?" But that's not the case. In fact, while that would be fun if we could get away with it, what we're really talking about here is an entirely different kind of beast.
Finally a trailer is here for the upcoming sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek. Check it out right here right now before its body is stripped clean by strange woodland creatures.
We told you a couple of months ago that the MPAA had branded the upcoming cinéma vérité effort Lucky Bastard with the dreaded NC-17 rating, but the show must go on, right? Check out some new video goodies and the latest one-sheet right here!
Alrighty, kids! On tap right now is the official sales art for the steller new spooker from Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett, The Paranormal Diaries: Clophill (review). Dig it in all of its spooky glory!
Time to kick off your week with a nice sampling of spooky as we have landed the official festival trailer for Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates' The Paranormal Diaries: Clophill (review). Saddle up, kids, and get set for your exclusive first look!
Alrighty kids! On tap right now is the sales art for the steller new spooker from Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett, The Paranormal Diaries: Clophill. Put on your night vision goggles, say a quick prayer, and check it out!
We have five new stills to share from the upcoming sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek, which recently had its premiere at the Boston International Film Festival. Check 'em out!
There are many out there who feel that the whole found footage film style may have run its cycle, but there are certainly others who would say that it's still got a lot of mileage in it, including Paramount head honcho Adam Goodman.
The found footage subgenre continues to press on despite many saying that it's in its death throes. Next on tap for you cats who are always on the lookout for some cinéma vérité flavored goodness comes the first word on As Above, So Below.