The good folks at MGM just provided Dread Central with two exclusive pics from the upcoming cinema verite film The Poughkeepsie Tapes, directed by John Dowdle, one of which is to your right, the other slightly below.
Yet another film joins the growing disturbingly fast, "See a Few Minutes Now", trend -- this time it's the giant monster mash, Cloverfield. But the shenanigans don't stop there! Not only will you get to see a few minutes of the flick, you'll also get a chance to score your very own private screening!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Manuela Valasco, Javier Botet, Claudia Font, Pablo Rosso Directed by Paco Plaza & Jaume Balaguero
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Katie F. and Micah S. Edited by Oren Peli Dread: (1) awful: causing fear or terror; (2) apprehension: fearful expectation or anticipation; (3) fear: be afraid or scared of; be frightened of.
Starring Nathan Baesel, Angela Goethals, Robert Englund, Scott Wilson Directed by Scott Glosserman Released by Anchor Bay
Let me start out first by saying that I LOVED The Blair Witch Project. As a matter of fact, I loved The St. Francisville Experiment (for all the wrong reasons mind you; it was cheese at its funniest). When I got this one into my creepy little paws, I was excited to say the least! Especially since: A- this movie(!) was filmed 2 years before Blair Witch and B- because the acting(!) was rumored to be quite good
George and Uncle Creepy have become fast friends over the years. As a result, whenever the two get together to shoot the shit, the results are anything but the usual interview fodder. This was just such an occasion. With the release of the latest Dead film onto DVD,
Every year there’s at least one or two horror films made that pick up amazing word of mouth from the moment they’re seen and never slow down. This year one of those films the Spanish entry
Every now and again we get an awesome reason to take more than the usual amount of pride in what we do. A while ago co-directors Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates contacted u