If you melded The Fast & the Furious and The Crow into a single supernatural action vehicle, detailed it with mid-1980s garishness, and set the radio to Reagan era hair metal, you’d get something a lot like The Wraith.
This week up-and-coming indie filmmaker Jason Christopher's latest, Nobody Gets Out Alive, arrived on DVD everywhere courtesy of Image Entertainment. Since it's a film we've been covering here on Dread Central since the very beginning during Indie Horror Month 2011...
An exclusive clip from the upcoming DVD of Jason Christopher's Nobody Gets Out Alive just landed in our inbox, so pull up a chair and give it a look! Image Entertainment's release of the bone-chilling revenge thriller hits DVD and digital download on February 26th.
A brand new clip just landed in our inbox for Jason Christopher's Nobody Gets Out Alive so pull up a chair and give it a look! Image Entertainment's release of the bone-chilling revenge thriller hits DVD and digital download on February 26th.
Just days after we debuted the official poster art for Jason Christopher's slasher opus Nobody Gets Out Alive (formerly Down the Road), Image Entertainment has unveiled its release plans for the flick. Read on for details.
Here it is, kids! A bit of exclusive indie goodness right here for your hungry horror-loving eyes. Pull up your chair closer and get ready to dig on the artwork debut for Jason Christopher's slasher opus Nobody Gets Out Alive (formerly Down the Road).
In our relentless pursuit to bring you all sorts of badassery, we've dug up two never before seen bits of sales art for Punishment (known as Down the Road (review here) Stateside), one of which is so blissfully gory we've been grinning ever since finding it!
Some new artwork and a trailer for Punishment (known as Down the Road (review here) Stateside) has come our way, and we have the goods for you cold off the slab right here. Dig it and revel in one father's revenge!
Calm down, kids. Rob Zombie is NOT remaking the much beloved Asian film of the same name. What we're talking about here is a new commercial. No clue where he finds the time, but yes, the man has just released a new ad. Dig it!
Indie Horror Flick Down the Road Nabs Top Honors at ShockFest Film Festival and HorrorQuest Film Festival
Last weekend (November 18/19) writer/director Jason Christopher's debut film Down the Road was named Best Feature during the 2011 ShockFest Film Festival in Los Angeles, California, on a night where Eli Roth, James Gunn and Clint Howard (who also has a cameo in Down the Road) were all honored for their contributions to the world of genre cinema.
Know who else is working on Thanksgiving Day? Rob Zombie. The rocker turned filmmaker just released a holiday greeting from the set of his film-within-a-film in The Lords of Salem entitled Frankenstein Versus The Witchfinder, and we have it for you right here.
When Heather sent over the news last night about Clint Howard wrapping up a bit of filming on Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem, something rang a bell about him being involved so we did a little digging back at the source of all things Zombie (i.e., his Facebook page) and saw that he had indeed mentioned Howard's involvement, although not quite as you'd expect. Read on for the details.
Even though we've gotten an endless barrage of casting news and updates over the last few months for writer/director Rob Zombie's upcoming flick The Lords of Salem, it seems as though one cast member may have hopped aboard under the radar.
We know there are a lot of genre festivals out there these days, but there's one in particular that just popped up on our radars here at Dread Central: the Shockfest Film Festival of Hollywood, which celebrates short narratives, documentaries, and music videos that are different from the mainstream, films that move audiences (even if it means shaking them up), and of course some incredibly "shocking" flicks as well.