Indie Horror Month
Indie Horror Month Announcement: Dread to Premiere Short Films Thirsty and Summer of the Zombies This Week
For the second week of our month-long Indie Horror Month celebration, Dread Central decided to amp up the awesome and debut two fantastic short films on March 14th and 16th.
Indie Horror Month Interview and Short Film Debut: UK Filmmaker Jen Moss Discusses Not So Lovely Films and The Morning After
With a filmmaking dream in mind and horror in her heart, in 2010 Jen Moss established UK production house Not So Lovely Films alongside fellow horror lovers Ailsa Scott and Catriona Scott.
Indie Horror Month Video Interview Part Two: Scott Glosserman Talks Before The Mask: The Return of Leslie Vernon, Theatrical on Demand and More
In the Part One of our interview with Scott Glosserman, we heard about the inspiration for Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, his stellar cast and the struggle to market a mockumentary during the torture porn craze.
"I made the choice to do indie films, and I’ve had a lot of fun. I’ve had much better roles than a lot of the women that are working in Hollywood because I get to do the sort of crazy, nutty characters... like in American Nightmare I play a psycho serial killer. Very seriously. Not for laughs. I get to play really good roles, and that’s why I’ve always been drawn to it."
Indie Horror Month Video Interview Part One: Scott Glosserman Talks Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon and More!
In 2006 Scott Glosserman turned the slasher genre sideways with his mockumentary Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, which depicted all the slashers from the 70's and 80's as not only real but just regular guys like you and me, struggling to work and get by in the world.
Indie Horror Month Interview: Writer/Director Richard Powell Discusses his Latest Short Film Familiar and More!
In just a few short years, writer/director Richard Powell has made quite a name for himself with his provocative and unrelenting trio of short films - Consumption, Worm and Familiar - which have established the up-and-coming filmmaker as a serious talent on the rise.
Indie Horror Month Interview & Exclusive Stills Debut: Filmmaker Darren Lynch Discusses UK Indie Horror Flick Ouija
UK-based actor-turned-director Darren Lynch is currently finishing up his filmmaking debut Ouija, which he's hoping will be hitting theaters across the pond in time for Halloween.
Exclusive Interview: Director Jarrett Lee Conaway Talks Season Two of His Zombie Comedy Web Series Bite Me
Today Season Two of Machinima and Lionsgate's zombie comedy web series Bite Me debuts online, and in honor of the occasion Dread Central recently caught up with series director Jarrett Lee Conaway to talk about coming back for a second season and more.
Indie Horror Month Video Interview: John Carpenter Discusses They Live, Independent Filmmaking vs. the Studio System, The Ward and More
In the first installment of our exclusive Indie Horror Month interview with the legendary John Carpenter, we left off with the Master of Horror discussing the backlash he experienced after his 1982 horror/sci-fi thriller The Thing and what kind of sequel he would have liked to have seen.
Indie Horror Month Video Interview: Master of Horror John Carpenter Reflects on the Early Days of His Career
After giving fans so many horror stories to fall in love with for over 30 years now, there's not much that hasn't already been said a million times regarding John Carpenter's contributions to our beloved genre, which is why for Indie Horror Month we decided to let the man speak for himself.
At age 21 actor/director Joe Raffa is already making quite a name for himself on the independent filmmaking scene. His first directorial effort (which he also wrote and co-starred in) - You'll Know My Name - has already been nabbed for distribution after a successful festival run in 2011.
With March just right around the corner, we thought it was about time to unveil some of the awesomeness we've been busy putting together over the last month or so for Dread Central's upcoming Indie Horror Month celebration.
Announcing the First Guest for Dread Central's Indie Horror Month Coming This March - John Carpenter!
With 2012 already being a few weeks in and the month of March sneaking up on us rather quickly, we thought it might be fun to give you guys a taste of what you can expect from Dread Central's Indie Horror Month celebration when it kicks off on March 1st.
We hope you have been enjoying our Indie Horror Month coverage, but believe us when we say we have saved the best for last. As a means to send the month out with a well placed shiver to cycle down your spine, we're going to be showing one of our favorite indie movies ever. Right here. ONE NIGHT ONLY. For FREE!
For up-and-coming genre writer/director Jason Christopher, horror has been a way of life for him for as long as he can remember. “I grew up watching horror movies ever since I was a little kid because I would get obsessed with the cover art on the VHS boxes."