We told you about a month ago that Dread Central teamed with Jesse Baget's Ruthless Pictures for the anthology Zombieworld, comprised of short films made by YOU, the readers and fans. The response has been tremendous and it will only get better!
Indie horror filmmakers, listen up! One of the best genre festivals out there, the New York City Horror Film Festival (NYCHFF), is now accepting entries for its 2014 event, which will be held this upcoming November.
Los Angeles-based filmmaker Ryan Spindell is a huge fan of 80s horror, particularly the practical effects and lifelike monsters that slashed up screens both big and small during that oh, so glorious decade.
"Mind-Blowing Psychopaths!" are on their way to Hoboken, New Jersey, as Scavenger Killers has been named Closing Night Film at the 2014 Hoboken International Film Festival.
Lawrie Brewster has been scaring the ever loving shit out of people with his macabre creation "The Owlman" from his film Lord of Tears (review), and right now we have yet another prank video for you guys to dig on! Do yourself a favor! Get a copy of this flick NOW!
So Mine Games was originally titled Mine Games before it was retitled The Evil Within, but now it's back to Mine Games. Ya follow? Good. That being said... here's the artwork for the newly retitled to the old title Mine Games.
Indie horror's favorite duo, Caesar and Otto, are back, and now that they've tackled Summer Camp and Christmas, they're turning their attention to Halloween!
James Balsamo carries a torch for indie filmmakers. He is truly devoted to his craft, and his newest release, Catch of the Day, is a great example of his work. Balsamo recently sat down with Dread Central to talk about his project.
The official Blu-ray and DVD release of Caradog James' The Machine is heading our way, and right now we have your chance to score a Blu-ray copy of the film along with a poster signed by star Caity Lotz. Get to clickin'!
We told you it was good! Son of Ghostman, the horror-themed comedy about two rival horror movie hosts, was recently named Best Independent Film by the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards Committee, and Kurt Edward Larsen, writer/director of Son of Ghostman, wants to celebrate.
In case you're wondering what a periphery is, think of it as an area usually home to what you see with your peripheral vision. If you don't know what peripheral vision is then you probably get into lots of accidents and have a habit of bumping into stuff. In any event it's also the new home for horror!
You never know what kind of hidden terrors you can stumble across on the streaming service Hulu, but one thing's for sure... this latest tidbit of news will be anything but hidden. Read on for details.
Jason Mewes in a zombie flick?! Yep, that's the in-a-nutshell premise of Devil's Tower, which has just been scooped up for distribution in various territories. Put down that joint and read on for full details!
Next out of the gate for you indie horror loving cats is your first look at the trailer for the new flick from Brett Kelly, The Bonesetter! Even the title unnerves us a bit. Check it out along with the previously released artwork and details.