Hey, indie horror fans in the San Diego area, Santa's showing up a little bit early this year - December 18th to be precise. That's when writer/director Joshua Hull's zombie comedy Beverly Lane will be making its West Coast premiere as part of Horrible Imaginings' Ghoul's Yule.
Fans of MTV's "Death Valley", rejoice! We've got two new clips from tonight's episode on tap for you right here, brimming with the type of undead shenanigans that will have you grinning from ear-to-ear. Check 'em out!
I don’t recall having ever even heard of the 1978 horror comedy Vampire Hookers until seeing it mentioned in the awesome Filipino B-movie documentary Machete Maidens Unleashed. Something tells me Vampire Hookers cannot possibly be as amusing as its campy theme song.
One flick we've been talking about a lot around here is the new zombie buddy comedy flick DeadHeads and with good reason, too. It looks like tons of fun. Apparently someone else thought so as the movie has finally found some Stateside distro.
Ready for some more supernatural shenanigans straight out of MTV's hit show "Death Valley"? Then dig on the preview of what's to come tonight!
FEARnet has announced that it will air the second season of “Todd & the Book of Pure Evil” starting in March, 2012. "Todd" will continue to be part of FEARnet’s “Twisted Comedy” Block on Tuesday nights, only now it will be paired with the network's first original production, “Holliston.”
Ever since "Beavis & Butthead" left the airwaves 14 years ago, the world has gotten a little less bright - and ironically, a helluva lot dumber. Which is why Mike Judge is back with a relaunch of his iconic show, targeting everything that sucks: from pop culture teen trends to reality television. So why are we covering it at Dread Central? Read on!
In tonight episode of MTV's "Death Valley", Billy and Stu lose a partner in the line of duty while trying to help a drug addict. Sounds grim, right? But we're pretty sure there'll be a few laughs along the way as well. Check out these two clips MTV provided us from the ep to see if you don't agree.
Producer Jeremiah Sayys dropped us a line this evening with an update on his latest project, Opious, which was written and directed by his producing partner, Sheila Ryan. We have for you the flick's poster art and a teaser trailer along with the official synopsis.
Screamfest LA 2011 Exclusive: Writer/Producer Ryan A. Levin Talks Some Guy Who Kills People Premiere
As part of our continuing coverage of the 2011 Screamfest LA Film Festival, we chatted with Ryan A. Levin, the writer and producer of one of the fest's selections, the feature Some Guy Who Kills People, and got the lowdown on the horror-comedy, which is set for its Screamfest premiere on Friday, October 21st, at 10:00 pm.
Of course they do! Where do you think they buy conditioner for all that long stringy black hair? Not to mention little white gowns, shooting breasts, and 3D TVs that give new meaning to coming atcha!
The full trailer for the upcoming UK horror comedy Kill Keith has come our way, and we have every (literally) sidesplitting moment of it for you right here. Dig it!
Since its completion, writer/director Joshua Hull's zombie comedy Beverly Lane has been taking the indie horror world by storm; not only did it recently win "Best Horror Film" at the GIF Festival, but it was also nominated for five Golden Cob Awards earlier in 2011, with Hull being named "Best Emerging Filmmaker" as well. Hull recently announced his plans to self-distribute Beverly Lane, and with the flick's impending bow on October 25th, Dread Central caught up with him to get a few words on the DVD home release.
Let's face it. Being dead has to have its fair share of suckage. Never mind the whole maggots feasting on you thing ... that's just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
Are you like me and would prefer to just sleep in every morning? I can't understand the concept of "morning person". As far as I'm concerned, I never want to hear those two words together unless they are preceded by "…gruesome death of a…". But when you are forced to wake up early, what's the worst part of it? The morning news shows that are so sugary they make you want to puke. And that is the subject of Kill Keith.