Garry Charles, author of Hammerhead: A Summer of Massacre, has joined forces with Ron Purtee, creator of The Social Media Massacre, and the dastardly duo have announced their upcoming film collaboration Inside.
Kurt Angle as the leader of an evil pagan cult! Tom Savini as a hard-nosed sheriff! Psycho Sid Vicious as an asskicker in a muscle car! Throw in Maniac Cop Robert Z'Dar, a few more pro wrestling stars, and more Druids than an Undertaker ring entrance; and you get the recipe for Bruce Koehler's Death From Above.
Robert, the evil sentient tire with a penchant for making people's heads explode(!), is getting ready to bounce onto home video courtesy of Magnet, and we've got all of the details you need! Look for the film on Blu-ray and DVD on June 7th, 2011.
Damned be official titles! You don't need a clever moniker to bring on the chills, and a new indie flick coming out of the UK is here to prove that. Sit back, kids! You're gonna be here for a little while as there's lots of new stuff to dig upon!
You know what makes us happy? Practical effects work, giant monsters, and gore laid on so thick you have to fight your own legs not to stick to the floor. The latest trailer for the indie flick The Millennium Bug has all of that and then some. Folks, this is gonna be good and messy!
Fighting Owl Films has released a new trailer for their independent feature film The Night Shift which will be complete within the next two weeks and is already in consideration for screening in several national and international film festivals. Dig on it here!
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!
We didn't expect to have an update on The Shroud so soon, but Hollywood's wheels keep on spinning so we just have to try and keep up while keeping you up-to-date.
A few weeks back we brought you the mind-blowing trailer for the zero budget superhero spoof The Amazing Bulk. While that film still seeks distribution, the filmmaker's next b-movie bonanza already has a trailer. It's not an April Fools Day prank. It's Aliens vs. Avatars, folks!
Here at Dread Central we get sent dozens of scripts a week. We're always happy (and a little shocked) when a young writer asks for our opinion on his or her work, but we like being here to lend a hand. A few days ago a script came our way that's quickly gaining momentum for its premise alone.
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."
Know what makes us happy? When we watch a new trailer and within ten seconds someone gets their eye blown clear out of their skull. Well, you get that and more from the official trailer debut of writer/director Joseph Sims' new movie Bad Behaviour.
Filmmaker Tim Sullivan is the kind of director who truly loves what he does. Making horror movies is in every fiber of Tim's being, and while some in his position would prefer to keep their earlier works from seeing the light of day, he'd rather celebrate them. Case in point ... Dracula 1980.
A Halloween haunted house attraction so terrifying that the proprietors offer a refund to anyone who can make it through the whole thing? Surely there must be a catch. Yeah - you're dead. Welcome to the House of Purgatory.
Indie Horror Month: Writer/Director Quentin Dupieux Talks Killer Tires and No Reason Filmmaking in Rubber
Undoubtedly, one of the most unique genre movies of 2011 is writer/director Quentin Dupieux’s latest feature film, Rubber, which is centered around Robert, an inanimate tire with telekinetic powers that becomes obsessed hunting down a beautiful woman and will destroy anyone that stands in his way of finding his mystery lady.