The 11th annual New York Asian Film Festival (June 29 through July 15) has announced its full schedule, which will showcase over 50 feature films and three programs of short films from Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, the USA, and Vietnam.
Any of you filmmakers out there who are looking to make a splash in the business, here's a great opportunity for you. The Toronto After Dark Film Festival is calling for horror, sci-fi, action and cult film entries.
The UK's premiere film festival, Film4 FrightFest, has released its promo poster for this year's event, which is running from 23rd to 27th August, 2012, at the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square, London. Read on for details!
UK lovers of all things cult cinema would do well to mark May 24–26 on their calendars as the Cine-Excess International Film Festival and Conference returns for a sixth year of screenings and discussion regarding all things pulp and cult.
The 2012 Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) runs July 6th-14th in Switzerland, and the first few details of what they have planned this year are trickling out. Read on if you plan to be in the area this summer!
They've screened some of the grossest, most taboo, obscure and then again classic and memorable films in the history of horror during their brief existence. One of the best little film festivals around, the Hudson Horror Show, rears its ugly head once again!
Fans of Asian cinema in the New York area are sure to be happy to get the news that the 11th annual New York Asian Film Festival has set the dates of June 29 through July 15 for this year's event. We've got tons of news about it so read on.
With the Burbank International Film Festival slated to run this year from September 5th through the 9th at the Burbank AMC Theatres in Burbank, California, we hit the fest’s launch party on Saturday, April 28th, to chat with the fest’s president, Jeff Rector. Read on.
One of these years I swear I'm going to make it to Catalonia for the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival. What other fest would dedicate its image to and center its 2012 theme around such an iconic concept as the end of the world?
Time to add a bit of a massacre to your afternoon as we've gotten our claws into the first stills and artwork for Saturday Morning Massacre, which will be playing as part of this year's Los Angeles Film Festival.
The lineup of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival was announced today, and while there are a lot of impressive entries heading to the West Coast, not many of them are horror films. But there are a few that caught our eye so read on for the details.
Tribeca 2012 ran April 18th-29th in NYC, and Dread Central was on the scene. Here we have mini-reviews of four films that may be of interest to you as a horror fan or just on your radar as someone who loves good cinema that travels off the beaten path and into weirdsville.
Much beloved indie actress Debbie Rochon has been named the Honorary Chairperson of the Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival, which expands to six days in its third year, October 17th–22nd at the Market Arcade Film and Arts Centre in downtown Buffalo, NY.
Hitting its 8th year, the annual South African HorrorFest film festival has announced it is now open for entries. They plan to bring the house down at the Labia Theatre, Cape Town, across the coming Halloween season (24 Oct-2 Nov 2012)!
Although it's not being held until November, it's never too early to announce the launch of a brand new genre film festival. And Memphis, you're the lucky home to the Unreal Film Festival, being held amongst the backdrop of the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention, November 9-11.