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Exclusive Interview: Filmmaker Nicholas McCarthy on The Pact and More

On Friday, July 6th, up-and-coming writer/director Nicholas McCarthy's feature film debut, The Pact (review here), hits limited theaters nationwide courtesy of IFC Midnight Films; and in anticipation of its release Dread Central had the opportunity to chat with McCarthy about the flick.

New Rites of Spring Stills Showcase Chicks in Distress

Director Padraig Reynolds’ thriller Rites of Spring is finally seeing the light of day as IFC Midnight has announced a July 27th VOD and limited theatrical run for the monster flick. In the interim you can dig on two new stills! Check 'em out!

IFC to Practice the Rites of Spring on VOD and in Theatres

Another flick we've been talking about for a couple of years now, director Padraig Reynolds’ thriller Rites of Spring, is finally seeing the light of day as IFC Midnight has announced a July 27th VOD and limited theatrical run for the monster flick!

The Pact: Enter a Livestream Haunted House RIGHT NOW!

Bored? How about a little ghost hunting to get you through your afternoon? The best part? In support of the UK theatrical release this Friday of The Pact, you can do it right now without even leaving your computer! Nifty, eh? Dig it!

IFC Midnight Ready to Start Pumping Out Replicas

One of the bigger films at this year's Tribeca Film Festival was the new flick Replicas, and word has just broken that one of the horror genre's best friends has picked it up for distro! Read on for all the details.

Latest Clip from The Pact Features a Ghost Caught on Camera!

Available on demand right now is the Nicholas McCarthy creep-fest The Pact (review here), and we have gotten our hands on another clip to get your ghost. Or at least someone's ghost. Dig it!

Make a Pact with this Latest Clip

IFC Midnight is ready to bring some more spooky into our lives as they're unleashing the Nicholas McCarthy creep-fest The Pact (review here), which debuted at Sundance earlier this year, to VOD on May 25th. Check out the latest clip for some quick shivers.

New Artwork, Stills, and Trailer for The Pact

IFC Midnight is ready to bring some more spooky into our lives as they're unleashing the Nicholas McCarthy spooker The Pact (review here), which debuted at Sundance earlier this year, to VOD on May 25th. Check out all the new spine-tingling goodness!

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Pair of Tickets to the May 18th LA Screening of Entrance

If you live in or around the Los Angeles area and are available to attend a special screening of Entrance following by a Q&A with the directors this Friday night, May 18th, then act quickly to win a pair of tickets on us!

Two Clips From Asylum Blackout Come to Light

Time to add a little darkness in the literal sense to your afternoon. Two new clips from Asylum Blackout (formerly The Incident (review here)) have made their way online and we have 'em both right here. Dig it!

All Spotlights on the Trailer for Asylum Blackout

Hot on the heels of yesterday's one-sheet debut for the newly renamed Asylum Blackout (formerly The Incident (review here)), we now have the trailer for you cats. Dig it!

Official Trailer for IFC Midnight's Release of Entrance

IFC Midnight is releasing Entrance in limited theaters and nationwide on cable VOD and via digital outlets on May 18th, and in honor of the occasion, we finally have a trailer for the character-study-meets-horror-flick to share.

Inmates Break Out in New Asylum Blackout One-Sheet

A new one-sheet for the newly named Asylum Blackout (formerly The Incident (review here)) has made its way online, and we have it for you right here complete with lunatics who have some red on them.

The Pact - First Stills and International Trailer

More goodies are coming in from across the pond. A new trailer and the first ever stills for the Nicholas McCarthy spooker The Pact (review here) have arrived, and we have it all right here for you. Dig it!

UK One-Sheet for The Pact Makes an Impression

A new UK quad one-sheet for the Nicholas McCarthy spooker The Pact (review here) has hit the interwebs, and it's very reminiscent of the antics of The Frighteners and everyone's favorite dream maniac.