Indie horror film fans will find a lot to like at this year's Sitges film fest with the announcement of five more titles being added to the lineup from some very impressive up-and-coming filmmakers. Read on for the details!
We already told you about the horror/suspense and sci-fi/fantasy films screening during this year's Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival (CCI-IFF), but a couple of zombedies slipped under the radar due to being included in the humor category. We have that info for you now.
The long road to get Scalene out to the masses is almost over for indie filmmaker Zack Parker, as Breaking Glass Pictures has announced a July 31st Blu-ray/DVD release date for his film Scalene, a dark, edgy thriller that asks you to decide the truth for yourself in the face of tragedy.
Indie film In the House of Flies has finished production and is ready to hit the festival circuit, and to help generate buzz (pun intended), director Gabriel Carrer (PGC) sent over the new teaser poster and theatrical trailer for us to share.
Indie Horror Month may be technically over, but that doesn't mean our coverage of indie films and events is anywhere near done, and if you're either an indie filmmaker or a fan of indie films, then you'll want to attend the Mass Indie Film Fest's upcoming showcase event.
Just in time for the film's April 6th world premiere, a new one-sheet for horror survival thriller Killing Brooke has landed in our inbox. Now that's how we like to kick off the weekend!
Exclusive Stills, Posters, Trailer & Film Debut: Jeff Stewart Discusses The Velvet Elvis and The Reunion
Want to see a black Elvis impersonator juggle both his music career and his full-time job of hunting demons in Hollywood? If so, then you’re in luck because feature film The Velvet Elvis is now FREE to stream online, and the flick’s maker gives you the skinny right here!
If only all of the living dead could look like the beautiful Audrey Hepburn, then maybe that unavoidable zombie apocalypse we have waiting for us wouldn't be so bad.
Mad Z Productions has announced that the world premiere of its horror survival thriller Killing Brooke will take place on Friday, April 6th, at 8:00 PM at the historic 800-seat Academy of Music Theatre, 274 Main Street, in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Buffalo, NY-based Buffalo Nickel Productions is in production on a trio new feature films: Decayed, Banshee, and Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster. Emil J. Novak, co-founder of the Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival, is the driving creative force behind all three films.
It isn't often that little indie films get week-long theatrical runs, especially in the Big Apple, but from January 20th-26th, 2012, you can catch Zack Parker's Scalene at the reRun Theater in Brooklyn. Best of all, stars Margo Martindale and Adam Scarimbolo, producer Carlos Jimenez Flores, and director/co-writer/co-producer Parker will be at the theater throughout the 20th and 21st for Q&As after the showings.
Aside from Derek Franson's Comforting Skin, which Uncle Creepy wrote about earlier today, the horror offerings at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival are slim indeed. In fact, it looks like just two other films are even sort of genre-related: OK, Good from director Daniel Martinico and Sundowning from director/screenwriter Frank Rinaldi.
Tuesday got you down? Still suffering the beginning of the week blues? Then how about we bug out a bit and let you dig on the first trailer for Metamorphosis? There, all better now, see?
We've been talking about David Yohe's adaptation of Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis for a while now. For those uninitiated, the story follows one unfortunate man's transformation into an insect. Today a video surfaced online discussing just how that change will take place.