All right, Midwestern horror fans! Your big dance, the Chicago Fear Fest, is right around the corner, and we've got everything you need to know to make your plans accordingly right here!
We know this is pretty late notice, but you West Coasters still have time to make it to the Grindhouse Film Festival at the New Beverly Cinema this Tuesday, April 10th, at 7:30 pm. Look at this unique lineup they've got for you.
In our unending quest to land free stuff for every single reader of Dread Central, we bring something special for those of you in the Dread Central Chicago Chapter. Read on for info on winning a pair of tix to Sci-Fi Spectacular, a 14-hour sci-fi/horror movie marathon!
Indie Horror Month may be technically over, but that doesn't mean our coverage of indie films and events is anywhere near done, and if you're either an indie filmmaker or a fan of indie films, then you'll want to attend the Mass Indie Film Fest's upcoming showcase event.
Well, Tim Tebow might be gone, but life goes on in Denver. And that being the case, the organizers behind the Mile High Horror Film Festival have decided to carry on and are now calling for entries for this year's festival. Are you a filmmaker, do you have dreams of fame and riches? This is a good place to start.
Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival Now Open for Submissions; New Venue and New Competitions Announced
The Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival is calling for film and screenplay submissions for its 2012 edition. The festival has also announced a new venue for this year as well as two new competitions and a $500 prize.
The free community activities taking place during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival have been announced, including one of the most popular components of the annual event: the Tribeca Drive-In. This year two of the films being screened are beloved genre classics.
It's baseball time again, which means folks in the Windy City are going to need something to cheer them up and take their minds off of the fact that it's baseball season again. The good news is Chicago Fear Fest is right around the corner, and tickets are on sale now!
Fantasia may get most of the attention, but the Canadian Film Fest is another annual event put on by our neighbors to the north devoted to the celebration, promotion, and advancement of filmmaking - only their focus is strictly on homegrown Canadian talent.
Tribeca 2012: Second Wave of Films Revealed; New Stills for Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal, Rat King, Replicas, and More
The next group of films screening at this year's Tribeca Film Festival has been announced, and while several seem more thriller than horror, we're including info on the most interesting sounding ones as well as the full Cinemania section.
Maybe you checked out our review of Patrick Rea's latest feature film Nailbiter and are curious where you, too, can see it. Well, wonder no more because we have a list of upcoming events where SenoReality Pictures and Ministry Machine Production’s Nailbiter will be playing.
Tribeca 2012: Partial Lineup Announced and New Stills for Jack and Diane; Nancy, Please; Beyond the Hill; and More
Marketing folks try anything to draw the widest audience possible so it's often hard to know the exact genre of a film until we've sat through it. With that knowledge we bring you the handful of horror films screening at this year's Tribeca Film Festival thus far...plus those that MIGHT be.
A 12-hour horror marathon isn't something that happens every day. But our friends at Hudson Horror Show are making a habit of it. The fifth installment of their film festival series is scheduled for May 19 in Poughkeepsie, NY, and they have some legendary horror films scheduled to screen as well as some surprises up their collective sleeves.
Chicago Fear Fest is shaping up to be one hell of a great time for Midwest horror fans when it hits Rosemont, Illinois, in April, and this week CFF has announced that one of our more highly anticipated sequels around these parts, Paco Plaza's [REC] 3: Genesis, will be screening there.
You may have noticed a lot of short films on the site lately. That's because we love supporting indie filmmakers. If you're one of them and have a project of your own, you might want to submit it to the Massachusetts Independent Film Fest, which has opened its Call for Entries.