And another interesting sounding project from the UK landed in our inbox today, this one entitled The Disappearance of Alice Creed. It's the first feature from writer/director J Blakeson, and there are only three characters in the entire film.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about Renovation, an upcoming thriller directed by Robert Gwinn and starring D.J. Perry, but today we learned they've completed their trailer and opened up a spiffy new website as well.
The trailer for Leigh Dovey's indie thriller The Fallow Field starring Michael Dacre, Natalie Overs, and Steve Garry just popped online, and we have it for you right here void of any memory.
Back in mid-2009 we got the first word from writer/director Ian Fielding about his upcoming Wilby Park, and now there's an official trailer for us to check out.
The third clip for Psych: 9, the upcoming horror thriller from the UK starring Cary Elwes, Sara Foster, Michael Biehn, and Gabriel Mann, recently went live to coincide with an update to the film's website that's now home to new stills and more!
As we keep hearing over and over from filmmakers struggling to get financing for their projects, the industry has changed beyond recognition, and the old rule book has literally been torn up. As a result, they now need to find new and creative ways to get their films made. Case in point? Simon Cox's decision to offer the opportunity for people to get involved in the making of his new film Kaleidoscope Man by way of a donation.
Trickster Moon Productions, which is moving into pre-production on its pioneer project, a short film entitled "Blood & Dust", has released its first audio promo, and it's sounding pretty sexy if we do say so ourselves!
It's the start of Week 3 of shooting on Vampire Diaries Renfield in Houston, Texas, and Renfield himself, Phil Nichols, sent over a batch of new stills -- and a pretty cool lobby card -- for the film.
Dread Central recently caught up with producer Jude S. Walko, who tipped us off to his upcoming horror feature Donner Pass, which is set to shoot in Los Angeles and its surrounding environs next month.
First time writer/director Joshua Hull definitely did one thing right in prepping his new horror comedy Beverly Lane: He hired Michael Bukowski to do the artwork for the film's eventual DVD release.
You know what, man? We're just gonna say it - Screw going into the woods! Too much bad shit happens there. At least cities (while still populated with their own fair share of loonies) have buildings you can duck into and people you could alert to your dangerous plight!
Cautionary tales. You would think that by now someone would listen to at least one of them. Especially ones concerning the horrors of meeting up with strange people and offering ... let's just say your bodily services.
We've covered the indie flick God of Vampires from director Rob Fitz quite a bit here on Dread Central. Why? Are vampires, high powered weapons, gore, and the Asian Underworld good enough reasons for you? Yeah. We thought so, too. Finally the film is officially hitting DVD on May 4th from Midnight Releasing, so you're gonna get a chance to dig on it for yourselves!
One of our favorite indie directors, Chad Ferrin (The Ghouls; Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill!), has a new movie poised to hit DVD on May 25th via Breaking Glass Pictures, and we couldn't be happier! Why, you ask? Because Ferrin is a friggin' madman and doesn't think twice about pushing any and every boundary he can!
It's been over a year since we've heard anything about the indie vampire film Vampire Diaries Renfield (whose title used to be Bram Stoker’s Vampire Diaries), but Poison Apple Films just sent over the full cast list and the news that principal photography is beginning on February 18th in Houston, TX.