Echoes of the original Prom Night abound plot-wise in the new indie slasher flick Raymond Did It, and we've got the trailer locked and loaded for ya.
A new trailer has hit online for the upcoming indie effort My Place in the Horror, and while the trailer itself is damned interesting, it has really reminded me what an incredible voice actor Keith David has. This dude should be narrating EVERYTHING!
Genre poster art has for too long been dominated by the floating heads of pensive teens. Hollywood churns these puppies out one-by-one. Leave it to the indie filmmakers to get things right!
A couple of weeks ago we told you about the latest spin-off from the Halloween franchise (Carpenter's universe, not Zombie's), Last Supper: The Russellville Hacksaw Murders, and now a bit of early teaser art has surfaced that is sporting some teeth!
Gutterballs and Star Vehicle actor Dan Ellis tipped Dread off last night to his involvement in his latest Plotdigger Films project, The Murder Mack, as well as providing a one-sheet teaser for the feature, which revolves around two convicts whose friendship-made-in prison leads to an "an orgy of murder, mayhem, and torture" upon their release from the big house (according to the film’s PR).
More "woman gets revenge" type mayhem is on tap for the new "psychodrama horror film" getting ready to rock the indie scene, Song of the Shattered, and we have the first details and image for you.
The death of a loved one is never easy to deal with. In fact some would go to any lengths necessary to have their dearly departed back with them. The only trouble is raising the dead never leads to anything good, and in the new flick Phasma Ex Machina the results can be deadly.
IFC. Man, these cats have been hitting it out of the park lately, have they not? Yet another spooky little flick will be hitting their On Demand service come June 23rd, and we have a sneak peek at the trailer for you. Get ready for your first glimpse of Marina de Van's Don't Look Back starring Monica Bellucci.
For all intents and purposes the video game Batman: Arkham Asylum and the short film Batman: Dead End featured Gotham's hero tackling not only the Joker but also Aliens and Predators. What's cool about the character of Batman and why he fits into the genre so well is that he's a bit of a psychopath himself. In this latest fan film City of Scars that really dark side is explored once again even further.
There's no doubt the horror market is kind of saturated with zombie movies right now, and we have to admit we really don't mind because we love ourselves some undead mayhem, but it can get a bit tiresome. Good thing for us then that every once in a while a flick comes along with a clever spin on things. Enter the upcoming zombie comedy Aaah! Zombies!!
For many years now foreign territories have cooked up their very own versions of American blockbusters. There were Turkish Exorcists, Bollywood versions of Jaws, and even Italian Spider-Men (we know that was just a YouTube skit, but wow did it rock). Steady yourselves now, dear readers. Are you ready for the horrific adventures of Banglar King Kong?
The Old West seems like the new horror hot spot lately, and that's just fine with us! Nothing like playing a little cowboys and zombies to get you through the day, and that's exactly what we're getting when it comes to Rene Perez's The Dead and the Damned.
Well now. Here's an interesting means of distribution. For years people have been downloading films illegally from various torrent sites, and now one filmmaker has decided to just distribute his movie that way for free and without worry. Neat!
Home grown horrors abound in Hank Bausch and Andrew Jackson's new terror flick The Farm, and we've got the first details and trailer for you. We're good like that.
Who says movie premieres only happen in LA or NYC? On Friday, September 24th, Birth of Separation will have its world premiere in the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia, PA.