The After Dark Horrorfest has become a genre staple of sorts by releasing eight films to die for every year. True, they're not all winners but over the years some real gems have emerged from the mediocre, and there will be more to come.
They say you can't go home again, but that's not the case for Grace writer/director Paul Solet. On April 25th, 2009, his overwhelmingly positively received film will play as part of the 7th Annual Independent Film Festival Boston, which runs April 22nd-28th.
This past week Boston was witness to the 11th annual Boston Underground Film Festival, which kicked off on March 19th and ran until the 26th.
The fiends and fiendettes behind the Independent Film Festival of Boston just released the lineup for this year’s event, which goes down April 22nd–28th. I wish there was better news for horror fans, but the number of genre films is pretty small this year. But hey, it’s not called the Boston Horror Film Festival so we can’t complain too much, can we?
Tomorrow night kicks off this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival in a very sick, twisted, and joyously demented way: with a screening of Frank Henenlotter’s latest body horror opus Bad Biology!
You've seen plenty of horror film festivals and conventions over the years, but how many events actually take you to a famous haunted location?
West Coast indie horror fans have a great chance indulge themselves in a great collection of genre flicks during the first ever Paranoia Fest from March 13-15 in Long Beach, CA. The best part? The festival will take place aboard the world famous Queen Mary. Enjoy today’s creepiest new horror films aboard this unique property as they are screened in some of the most haunted parts of The Queen!
Few horror films this year have had as much positive buzz as Sam Raimi's return to our genre, Drag Me To Hell. A lot of folks are saying that it's a true return to form and could be as close as we'll ever get to Evil Dead 4. Well, if you can make it to the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, then you'll have your chance to judge for yourself.
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival has announced its 2009 Call For Film Entries. The fest welcomes submissions of all forms of international and independent thrilling cinema including horror, sci-fi, fantasy, animation, crime, action, cult, documentary, and music videos.
The cellar dwellers behind the Boston Underground Film Festival have just given word to Dread Central about this year’s lineup, and fellow East Coasters are going to be stoked!
One of the biggest and baddest film festivals of them all, Sundance, just recently announced the full slate of movies for this year's event, and in case you're wondering what genre offerings will be there for consumption, we detail for you some of the highlights!
It’s been a while since we had any good updates on Murder Loves Killers Too (review), the oddly-titled indie slasher from director Drew Barndhardt, but we forgive the film's producers for their silence because they’ve satiated us with images of beautiful women!
Just a few weeks ago we found out that Autopsy and Dying Breed (review) were going to be part of After Dark Horrorfest III, but now we can finally say the announcement is official thanks to a press release from After Dark Film's CEO Courtney Solomon.
Timecrimes (review) will be playing in some select theatres in November, but Magnolia is keeping us on edge as to where we can see it.
Just under two weeks to go before the Eerie Horror Film Festival takes over The Warner Theater in Erie, PA for the first time, and needless to say, its organizers (our very own David & Melissa Bostaph among them) are eagerly waiting the film festival’s debut in the prestigious theater.