Just in time for its premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival, comes the first clip from the new film from director Nicholas McCarthy (The Pact), entitled Home. Check it out, and look for more on this one soon!
Just in time for its premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival, come a trio of stills from the new film from director Nicholas McCarthy (The Pact), entitled Home. Check 'em out, and look for more on this one soon!
Blumhouse Productions returns to haunted house territory with Home, which has just signed on a new resident. Read on for the latest casting details!
SXSW 2014: Ten-Film Midnighters Lineup Includes Oculus, Exists, Late Phases, Home, The Guest, and More
The real "meat" of the 2014 SXSW Film Festival has arrived with the announcement of the ten films that will comprise this year's Midnighters lineup. Read all the details and see some new stills here!
Nobody does supernatural horrors better than Blumhouse Productions, who have brought us flicks like Paranormal Activity and Sinister. They're set to return to ghostly territory with Home, which has just secured itself a star. Read on!
Director Nicholas McCarthy (The Pact) has an all new haunted Home for us to feast our eyes upon, and now that it's wrapped, it will be heading to this year's European Film Market. Read on for details.
With great pleasure we sat down recently with actor Lew Temple, who’s currently essaying the role of Axel on AMC’s "The Walking Dead," and what followed was a fascinating conversation with a true Southern gentleman.
AFM 2012: Distro Deals for Home and Stung; New Titles Announced Include Witch Tale Blood Shed and Dracula: The Dark Prince
More news from the 2012 AFM: distro deals for Nicholas McCarthy's Home and Benni Diez's killer bee thriller Stung plus early info on new witch tale Blood Shed and new vamp flick Dracula: The Dark Prince.
Oh, AFM. How we hate that you begin on Halloween! No fun for us! At the very least, though, we're getting some of the news out early. Read on for the latest on two new horror flicks headed our way that will be at the big dance.
Not being a political site, we don't delve much into that polarizing subject. But when we find out about a horror film wrapped in political satire, well, then you're speaking our language.
I'm absolutely amazed at the amount of horror out there. It seems as if indie features and shorts are everywhere, and so many of you guys are doing amazing work. At Dread Central we do our best to get the word out when we stumble upon an impressive piece that might otherwise fly under your radar. With that in mind, say hello to Home.
There's an old saying ... you can pick your friends, but you can't pick your family. That's a shame, too, because family members can be the biggest assholes on the planet. Especially when they decide to come back and haunt you. Speaking of which ...
Do you by chance have a highbrow friend or two on your holiday shopping list who equally love both horror and the finer arts? If so, you're in luck because the first zombie "popera", Home by Gavin Castleton, was recently brought to our attention, and now of course we're bringing it to yours.
Fresh off of a successful revisit to The Last House on the Left, Wes Craven is looking to take us to a new nightmarish place he calls Home.