In case you missed it elsewhere, Lionsgate and After Dark Films have already announced the street date for the Horrorfest 3 DVD box set; March 31st,2009. Not only that, but they already have the box art for all 8 and the box set ready to go as well! Use the store below to pre-order one, two, six, or all of them through Evilshop! You’ll be thankful you did.
Two more posters for titles that are part of this year’s Horrorfest have appeared online. We had your exclusive look at the Butterfly Effect: Revelations poster, B-D had the Slaughter poster, and below you can find the teaser images for The Broken and From Within (review).
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.
We've been keeping close tabs on the 8 Films to Die For that will be playing during the upcoming After Dark Horrorfest III, and today we got the news that the dates of the fest have shifted slightly to January 9-15, 2009.
After Dark Film’s third annual Horrorfest has just added another film to its lineup, Phedon Papamichael’s From Within (review). The film is the story of a small town hit with a rash of suicides. One young girl begins to distrust everyone and believes she will be next.
Reviewed by Evil Andy Starring Elizabeth Rice, Thomas Dekker, Kelly Blatz, Laura Allen, Adam Goldberg Directed by Phedon Papamichael
Ah, the sweet beauty of Montreal in July. For me there’s nothing like it. I love coming to this city every year when it’s at its very peak, and this year I couldn’t be happier simply because this trip came so close to not happening.
Just like our extensive and exhausting (on our side, at least) coverage from last year (read it all right here), we’re compiling as much info as we can for the horror offerings at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, going down in N
From April 23rd to May 4th the Tribeca Film Festival once again takes hold of New York City, presenting films from across the globe in a wide range of flavors to suit every taste. Of course, you of the greatest of taste are on Dread Central, so you bark back, “Hey, Nomad!