Recently we had the opportunity to sit down with director Ho-Cheung Pang to talk about his latest film, Dream Home (review here), which is available now on VOD courtesy of IFC Midnight. Dig it!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Josie Ho, Michelle Ye, Eason Chan, Norman Chu Directed by Ho-Cheung Pang
And the gory goodies continue regarding IFC Midnight's release of Dream Home. With the film set to debut on VOD on February 9th and hitting limited theatres on February 11th, we've got a brand spanking new trailer and more for you!
Nudity! Dismemberment! Evisceration! Ah, the joys of running a horror website! That's right, horror heads. Lock your office door and hide from your boss because we have a very not safe for work clip from IFC Midnight's Dream Home for you! The film will be released On Demand from IFC Midnight on February 9th! Synopsis:
Dream House. Dream Home. It's really easy to get confused today with all of the movies coming out with similar titles. What we're talking about here is the official international one-sheet for Pang Ho-cheung's splattery good flick Dream Home which we'll be seeing soon from IFC Midnight.
While we all wait patiently for IFC to deliver us Pang Ho-cheung's splattery good flick Dream Home sometime quarter one of 2011, a new clip from the flick has found its way online. Sure there's no red stuff, but trust us ... it's coming by the gallon. Man, that sounds sticky, no? Synopsis:
IFC continues to flex its genre muscle with the IFC Midnight series of films, its most recent acquisition being Pang Ho-cheung's splattery good flick Dream Home. Look for more on when you can expect to see it soon. In the interim how about some EXTREMELY not safe for work stills? Synopsis:
It's been an insane year for horror already, and now that the summer convention season is approaching, news and event reports will continue heating up! Amid all the chaos, we did manage to take in an offering or two from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. This year's lineup was fairly light on the creepy offerings, but we caught three films getting a fair amount of buzz. Here's the skinny…
The 9th Annual Tribeca Film Festival kicked off this week, and to celebrate, the kind folks running the event have offered Dread Central readers the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to two of the films having their North American Premiere during the fest on Sunday, April 25th: Tetsuo, The Bullet Man and Dream Home.
Okay. We're really starting to wonder just when we're going to see a trailer for Wai dor lei ah yut ho (Dream Home) that offers a bit more incentive for slasher fans to tune in. So far we've gotten pretty much nothing, but we're still hoping. Check out the latest trailer, and tell us what you think!
Following up on our story about the first half of the Tribeca 2010 slate, the remaining feature films have been announced, and as we suspected, there are quite a few more genre gems that will be shown at the fest.
A not-so-action-packed trailer for the slasher flick Dream Home from Hong Kong debuted online today, and we've got a look at every single second of it for you. Whether you like it or not.
As a first-time home buyer, I find myself pretty squeamish when it comes to homeowner horror flicks these days (I’ve been eying my Amityville Horror Blu-ray for the past few weeks with particular disdain). You try staying positive while all the while wondering what in the hell is going to go wrong next.
How far would you go to keep your dream home? That's the question director Pang Ho-Cheung will ask of audiences when his new movie Dream Home comes out later this year. Judging by the stills this film's main character is willing to go pretty damned far!