The summer may be nearly gone, but HORROR IS ETERNAL!! Monster-Mania 15 is set to hit the tranquil town of Cherry Hill, New Jersey (just north of Haddonfield ... no lie) this Friday, August 20th, running through Sunday, August 22nd.
As part of their Gruesome Twosome tour, Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper will be bringing the fine folks of Worcester, Massachusetts one hell of a stage show as the icons will be performing on Saturday, October 16th as part of this year's Rock and Shock!
It's become an October tradition for many members of the Dread Central crew to descend on the town of Worcester, Massachusetts for Rock and Shock, the combination horror convention/music blowout that just gets bigger and better each year. Now that the first guests for the 2010 edition have been announced, it's looking like this year is no exception.
The lovable loonies from Fewdio are back with a brand new short film, Firsts, that they're debuting at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we've got the first stills to give you a taste of what to expect!
The Pacific Northwest was once again invaded by Crypticon, and if you missed it, you missed a devil of a good time. Held the weekend of June 18th-20th, the big change this year for this growing event was the switch of venue from downtown Seattle to the Holiday Inn in Everett, WA. A transition that caused more than a few to scratch their heads.
This past Creation Weekend of Horrors in LA was a memorable event for several different reasons. The guest list was incredible, the panels entertaining, and the atmosphere a lot looser than normal. Like every good show out there, the folks behind the event want to make sure that you, the fans, have a chance to have your say about what they do for the next one ... starting now!
The Pacific Northwest's only horror convention, Crypticon, returns to the Seattle area June 18th, 19th, and 20th, and if the guest list is any indication, this year looks to be an even bigger event than last. Held just outside of Seattle in Everett, Washington, this con has been growing in size every year and has now become a major horror event attended by such genre faves as Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Don Coscarelli, Adrienne Barbeau, Lloyd Kaufman, and Ken Foree.
As if the good folks over at Creation aren't doing enough already to ensure that this weekend's con will be a show that fans in attendance will never forget, they're also setting up a donation area for the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank so that said fans can do their part to give back to the community.
The good folks over at Creation are doing their damnedest to make sure that this weekend's con will be a show that fans in attendance will never forget! More guests have been added, and we've got the whole schedule for you right here so you can make sure that you don't miss a single thing!
In the LA area and wondering what to do this weekend? Dudes and dudettes, if you're a horror fan, then trust us ... get your asses to the Creation Weekend of Horrors!
In the final days of VHS and throughout the glory days of DVD, there’s no question that Anchor Bay was THE savior for horror fans. The sheer amount of obscure, quality genre films they gave us access to is almost difficult to believe. It’s sad that their output has slowed to a crawl, but it’s great to see the Bay is still alive and kicking with some real goodies coming down the pike!
As a longtime horror fan, one of the things I still look forward to the most is a good convention. There are all the celebrities, the different movies and panels you can find out more on, searching for cool horror merchandise and just hanging out with people who not only understand, but share my love of the genre.
The clock is ticking away, and if you haven't done so already, we suggest you get your asses in gear and get your tix for the Creation Weekend of Horrors as the show is gonna be a veritable MONSTER!
In Dread Central's effort to promote independent horror, have we got the goods on a great horror film festival in Las Vegas! From May 12-16th Sci-Fi Center at 2520 State Street, Las Vegas, NV 89109, will be hosting The Polly Staffle Grindhouse Fest (aka PollyGrind), which includes 30 different films with five world premieres, seven Las Vegas premieres, and one U.S. premiere. There will also be a ton of music videos and trailers and more horror-related goods for you to feast your eyes on.
Do you need any more reasons to get your asses to the upcoming Texas Frightmare Weekend show? Film festivals! Premieres! Celebrities! Dozens of vendors tables! And now a live auction to enable you to get your horror loving claws into a plethora of items from your favorite fright flicks and more!