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Fernando Barreda Luna Taps Sean Wathen to Write New Film - The Dragger

Fernando Barreda Luna, director of the 2010 film Atrocious, has announced a collaboration with writer Sean Wathen for his first English language horror flick, The Dragger.

CONTEST CLOSED! UK Readers: Win an Atrocious DVD!

It's UK competition time here at Dread Central once again, and what could be more welcome this close to October 31st than a free fright flick? I'll tell you – nothing, that’s what! The ever so generous guys at Revolver Entertainment have shot us three copies of “found footage” shocker Atrocious to give to YOU! Rest assured that the quality of the flick is nothing like its namesake, so read on...

An Atrocious DVD Release on its Way!

After a successful festival and limited theatrical run, the latest title in the Bloody Disgusting Selects catalog is finally on its way home. Are you ready for the terrors of Atrocious (review here)?

Atrocious Gets Limited Theatrical Run in August

Another one of the fine films coming to us from Bloody Disgusting Selects is making its way to theatres, and having seen it already, we can tell you that it's pretty damned Atrocious (review here).

Atrocious (2011)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Cristian Quintanilla Atauri, July Quintanilla Atauri Directed by Fernando Barreda Luna

Slamdance 2011: Exclusive: Crime Scene Photos From Atrocious

It's always nice to kick off your weekend with a little gore. As always we're ready to dole out the goodies! Playing this Saturday at Slamdance 2011 will be Fernando Barreda Luna's found footage film Atrocious, and we have some exclusive crime scene images for you to chew on! Synopsis:

Slamdance 2011: New Trailer Debut for Atrocious

Ever since Paranormal Activity burst onto the scene and earned millions, people have been looking for the next big indie flick to fill its shoes. Could it be Fernando Barreda Luna's Atrocious, premiering at Slamdance 2011 on January 22nd? Check out the film's new trailer, and judge for yourself. Synopsis: