It seems only appropriate that with next year’s Wrestlemania slated for April Fool’s Day, a motion picture like Monster Brawl, starring several personalities from the world of professional wrestling that is patterned after a wrestling pay-per-view but with monsters stepping into a ring to fight it out, would get released on DVD the same week.
Do you like zombies? Do you enjoy having a laugh? Well, if the term “zombedy” doesn’t prompt you to roll your eyes in disgust, then you’ll be glad to hear that the Pierce Brothers’ entertaining and well-received horror/comedy romp DeadHeads (review here) will be roaming onto DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on January 2nd, 2012, courtesy of G2 Pictures. Check out the trailer right here!
The indie horror comedy Bloodsucka Jones has been kicking around for about two years now, but finally a trailer has come that has a really cool retro kinda vibe! Whattaya you waiting for? Open up and start sucking!
For the past two weeks we've been inundated here at the Dread Central offices with movies utilizing the plot device of TV paranormal investigators actually encountering the actual paranormal. We took in four of them actually, and they each pretty much sucked. That's why when this latest web series caught our eyes, it was like a breath of fresh spooky air!
Barry Duffield is trying to make a vampire movie. Unfortunately for him there are several things standing in his way: an inept cast and crew, lack of real directorial talent, sabotage...and a poltergeist haunting his set. This is Bloody Hell.
It's comforting to know that the United States is not the only country that insists on churning out wretched looking horror comedies. Yep, just like Tribbles on the Enterprise, these things are everywhere. Behold in horror the one-sheet and trailer for Promocion Fantasma (Ghost Graduation).
It started with a tweet. I have no idea who put said tweet in my feed, but in that feed there was a trailer for a film that sounded so vague that admittedly my curiosity was piqued. The name? Some Guy Who Kills People.
The commencement of the shopping season got you down? Well then, get ready for a little holiday fear from the frontman of Powerman 5000, Spider One (MTV's "Death Valley")! Time for a short film with an equal balance of classic monsters and classic laughs! Dig it!
You know, if your high school years would have taken place during a zombie holocaust, class reunions would be so much more bitchin'! Lock and load, kids! There's another zombedy on the way, and we've got an early look at it for ya!
All good things must come to an end, or at the very least a season finale, and that's exactly the case with MTV's "Death Valley"! Check out the final clips of the season right here!
Here I am, tryin' to figya out just how come every time I bring a chick home she ends up with the hots for my mom's new guy. Then it dawned on me ... My Stepdad's a Freakin' Vampire. It all makes sense now, ya know?
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.