Just like every year, Screamfest L.A. is shaping up to be the horror film fest of 2011 with all manner of insanity planned, including the world premiere of Eric England's Madison County!
A new one-sheet for Gilbert Chan's 23:59 has arrived online, and as always we are there to scoop it up and deliver it right to your front door ... er ... monitor! iPad? iPhone? You get the idea. Dig it!
"...and I would have gotten away with it, too, if it wasn’t for you meddling kids!. Just how many episodes of "Scooby Doo" ended with that line? And did anyone ever wonder why the criminals were able to bamboozle the entire town and police squad with their schemes only to be foiled by a dog and four stoner kids who rolled into town two days earlier in a van that had to smell like malted hops, bong resin and dog farts? We’ve got some info on a new movie where the meddling kids don't necessarily fare so well.
This Saturday night’s Syfy original movie Morlocks puts a new spin on the subterranean subhumanoids from the dark future of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, and we have a few clips to share from the film. Even after watching these snippets, I’m still not sure what exactly they are, but they certainly don’t look like the albino apemen we’re accustomed to.
We know you're used to the finer things in life, Orange County, California: the beautiful weather, the bodacious babes, the glitz and glamour. Well, there's a horror fest on the horizon that is going to strip away all the beauty that is Orange County and bring a little darkness to the area. Say hello to the Everybody Dies Horror Film Festival.
Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn 2) is set to star in Phobia, a horror/murder mystery to be directed by Jon Keeyes (American Nightmare, Living & Dying) and produced by Blake Calhoun (Killing Down, Pink) from a screenplay by Anne Gibson. Read on for the gory details!
A few days ago we brought you your first look at the new film from Hills Run Red director Dave Parker. Now we have the whole enchilada for you to feast upon! Dig it!
With Victor Salva's Rosewood Lane getting ready to premiere at this year's Screamfest L.A., all eyes are on the director to see if his next project will be the long talked about Jeepers Creepers 3. In fact some reports started trickling in that shooting has already begun. Unfortunately that's just not the case.
Okay, even though we don’t normally do this kind of stuff here at Dread Central, Doctor Gash is your buddy and always looking out for you. So here’s a real quick disclaimer: If you hate any of the following - boobs, bloody weapons, laughing, or fun - please do yourself a favor and avoid the film Know Models Were Harmed because it contains all four of those things.
It was last November when we first told you about Witch’s Brew, the beer-soaked gross-out horror comedy about what happens when a pissed off witch lays a curse upon your lager. A new trailer proclaims this blood-battered brewski is ready for serving.
Here I was planning to do a story posting this past Friday night’s “Nightline” segment about Creature’s box office apocalypse when I find out the film’s director did an interview lashing out at every online critic that didn’t like his movie in a way not seen since Uwe Boll’s famous online tirade following the release of House of the Dead.
It's been about a year since last we spoke about it, but lo and behold we now have a new trailer and artwork for the new flick that follows a serial killer named Purge who's ready to rid the world of the people whom he chooses, Filth to Ashes Flesh to Dust, directed by Paul Morrell.
One of the primary reasons why properties like "The Walking Dead" are so powerful is because the focus is held tightly to the human drama that comes as a result of living through a complete nightmare. The latest undead indie flick Last Days looks to skillfully continue that trend!
Movie-making isn't all parading around with Angelina Jolie and accepting Academy Awards. In fact, director Benjamin Cooper is here to tell us that on the low budget end of filmmaking it's all about being shrewd, making good decisions about everything and playing to your strengths. And Cooper is hoping with all this, and a little luck, his film Primitive can turn a profit.