Eduardo Sanchez

Killer Vampire Film Midnight Son Hits FEARnet in January 2012

The unique vampire thriller Midnight Son will make its debut on FEARnet early in 2012. With both television and VOD capabilities, the FEARnet launch is an excellent opportunity for the filmmakers to get their picture out to the masses. Midnight Son is a totally original new look at the vampire genre. Read on for the deets.

Eduardo Sanchez Talks Third Blair Witch Project

Like it, love it, or hate it, The Blair Witch Project defined the cinéma vérité style horror films that have exploded over the last few years. Without it we'd have no Paranormal Activity, no [REC] franchise, etc. Talk of a third entry, despite the horrid second film, has been going on for years; and we have the latest for you right here!

Lovely Molly (2011)

Starring Gretchen Lodge, Johnny Lewis, Alexandra Holden, Ken Arnold, Tony Ellis Directed By Eduardo Sanchez

TIFF 2011: Badass Teaser Trailer Debut - Lovely Molly

Just yesterday we brought you the first clip from Eduardo Sanchez's latest film, Lovely Molly, and now that the first teaser trailer is here, one thing is really apparent ... there's a lot of stuff going on, and all of it is spooky!

Creepy First Clip from Lovely Molly

Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project, Seventh Moon, Altered) knows how to do creepy probably just as well if not better than any filmmaker working within the biz. His latest flick, Lovely Molly, is just days away from playing at the Toronto International Film Festival, and we've got a clip for you.

TIFF 2011: Exclusive One-Sheet Debut: Eduardo Sanchez's Lovely Molly

When it comes to tapping into fear in its most primal form, few directors do it better than Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project, Altered, Seventh Moon). When word broke that he had a new film premiering at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, we immediately got on the case and have brought you back the goods!

Eduardo Sanchez to Prove Bigfoot Exists

A new film is on the way from one half of the directing team that brought us the still terrifying little flick The Blair Witch Project, Eduardo Sanchez, and we can't wait to get lost in the woods again!

Indie Horror Month - Exclusive: Scott Leberecht and Matt Compton Talk Midnight Son

Before writer/director Scott Leberecht embarked on the sometimes difficult journey making his latest film Midnight Son (review here), he was working as a visual effects artist for Industrial Light & Magic.

Midnight Son Preview Blow-Out: New Stills! New Art! Screening Info! Q&A with Director Scott Leberecht!

With Midnight Son getting set for its festival premiere and run, we have a veritable grab-bag of goodies for you to get the blood pumping. Then spraying. The filmmakers released new key art and more to celebrate the upcoming festival screenings the film will have.

Midnight Son - Review and First Screening Info!

Well what do you know? A new vampire flick that delivers more than just pretty sparkling heartthrobs and fanged face freaks! Dread Central had the opportunity to get our claws into Scott Leberecht's latest film Midnight Son, and we happily dug in deep!

Exclusive Trailer Debut and First Info - Midnight Son

Here at Dread Central we're always on the lookout for the next cool fright film that shows the potential to send some much needed shivers down your spine. This latest vampyric flick which looks to be in the same vein as Habit and Romero's Martin, titled Midnight Son, may just do the trick!

Eduardo Sanchez Ready to Tackle Possession - First Casting News

The devil has certainly been getting his due lately by drumming up big box office scares.

The Blair Witch Project's Eduardo Snachez Invites Us to Witness The Possession

If there's one filmmaker out there who knows how to do a lot with a little and bring us horror on its most intimate level, it's Blair Witch co-creator Eduardo Sanchez. The news has just come that he has some more spooky up his sleeve!

Editorial: Paranormal Activity Shadows The Blair Witch

When filmmakers Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez wrote and directed The Blair Witch Project, which debuted in theaters ten years ago this past summer, they ushered in a sub-genre of filmmaking that was part reliant on the power of suggestion, part pre-reality TV, and part old-fashioned exploitation fright film.