Regular Dread Central readers know how deathly afraid of nuns our Uncle Creepy is so I thought I'd shield him from his fears and do this write-up for him. If nun nudity, nun profanity, and most of all, nun violence are your things, then you'll definitely want to keep reading!
No, we're not talking about Ghostbusters again. This time "sliming" refers to a new indie project, Slime City Massacre, Gregory Lamberson's follow-up to 1988's Slime City.
Friend of the site and indie producer Jeff Chitty (Bonnie and Clyde Vs. Dracula) dropped us a line yesterday with a heads up about his latest film, The Devil’s Fork, complete with a trailer you can check out below.
We just got word about a new horror film shooting in my neck of the woods, specifically the Boston area, that brings the original Michael Myers back to the screen along with some very recognizable faces.
We just got word in that SFX legend Tom Savini will be directing a flick called Voracious. The cast is said to be populated by familiar horror faces Tiffany Shepis, Debbie Rochon and Michael Berryman (who is currently unsigned but in talks).
We were promised a lot more on Mel House’s sophomore directorial effort, Walking Distance, his follow-up to the cool indie flick Closet Space (review), and today we got it. And then some!
I know most of you have not seen Closet Space (review) yet, and for that I’m sorry. As indie movies go, it’s one of the best ones out there right now, as is evident by its recent inclusion in this years RioFan festival, going down in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
I’ve not seen Ivan Zuccon’s adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Shunned House, though I have heard some good things about his follow-up feature, NyMpha. So I was intrigued when I heard of yet another Lovecraft story the man is bringing to the screen, The Colour From the Dark, based on the author’s "The Colour From Out of Space".