Fresh off his role in the not at all genre-centric Miracle at Sage Creek for Universal, D.J. Perry is set to trade in Western mush for blood and gore in the indie horror/thriller Renovation.
As proof that sometimes the little guy does indeed get a break, we got word this morning that Jay Woelfel's indie film Live Evil has gotten itself theatrical distribution.
A month ahead of its release on DVD, the cover art has been revealed for Pop Skull, a manic, twisted, drug-infused, and award-winning psychological horror film directed and co-written by Adam Wingard.
Here at Dread Central we love us some zombies, especially of the shambling super-rotted variety! There's just something about those flesh-eaters we just can't get enough of! As a result, we're always on the look-out for the goods and we're always happy to help out an indie filmmaker by showcasing their work. Such is the case with Robert W. Filion's undead opus -- See the Dead.
Gore mavens Timo Rose and Andreas Schnaas have yet another new horror flick laced with boobs, broads, and blood coming our way with a rather unusual title. Are you ready for Unrated: The Movie?
Last week we brought you a look at filmmaker Gris Grimly’s Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind. Gris dropped us a line today with an update on filming and a behind-the-scenes look at this warped horror show.
There are few studios that embrace offbeat and non-mainstream film projects like Halo-8 does. Case in point: Pop Skull, a manic, twisted, drug-infused, and award-winning psychological horror film directed and co-written by Adam Wingard.
Wondering what's gonna be next for Mane after Michael does his thing this August? He's heading down to indie town, to explore a little known place called Penance Lane.
So last week the first tiny tidbits of news broke surrounding the Eliza Dushku thriller Valediction. Not a whole hell of a lot was known about the feature then, but oh what a difference a week can make!
Gris Grimly returns with another demented short film adapted from his own warped paintings, "Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind". The film, a surreal and nightmarish study of love and obsession, details a one-sided relationship between Lovesick and the object of his affection, Beauty. When it becomes clear that the girl wants nothing to do with her admirer, he turns to murder in order to preserve her beauty.
During a break from the surprisingly renewed "Dollhouse", Watertown, Mass. native Eliza Dushku has returned to her roots to appear in indie thriller Valediction. Home base for the crew is reportedly South Boston's Seaport District.
As if Mitt Romney's chances weren't shaky enough with Christian conservatives simply because they consider Mormonism a heretical religion, can you imagine how the Pat Robertsons and Dr. James Dobsons of America are going to feel when they find out about the Mormons turning into flesh-eating zombies. It's true. So sayeth The Book of Zombie.
It's been a while since we've gotten an update on the indie anthology Edges of Darkness, but today one of its stars, Lee Perkins, dropped us a line with a peek at the film's new Japanese poster.
Two years ago Transformers was a box office smash. The Asylum countered with the post-apocalyptic mockbuster Transmorphers. The Transformers return to the big screen in a sequel on June 24th. The Asylum counters with the prequel Transmorphers: Fall of Man on DVD June 30th. The first trailer has also fallen to give us a taste of all the human hauling ass away from the rampaging robots action to come.