When announcing that the new release date for his home invasion thriller Hate Crime would be October 15th, director James Cullen Bressack revealed that his latest project, To Jennifer, would be arriving on DVD/VOD the same day; and we now have its artwork to share.
In conjunction with Psykik Junky Pictures releasing the first official trailer for its new found footage film To Jennifer, filmed entirely on the iPhone 5, the company announced the flick will be available later this year in its entirety as a stand-alone app in the iTunes App Store.
Another found footage flick is heading our way, but this one has a twist: It will be the first feature film to be shot, edited, and distributed all on the iPhone 5. Read on for the early details and artwork for To Jennifer.
Nothing beats the classics, and the people at Hammer Films are giving you the chance to relive some of your favorite moments from their iconic films with a new iPhone app, The Hammer ScreamBoard.
Tommy Wiseau and BrainBlast Games have teamed up to bring you a great new trailer for Curio, a 2D side-scrolling horror game that tells the insane story of Ron Templeton III. If running around an asylum for the criminally insane to escape a lobotomy sounds like a good time to you, then keep on reading!
Who knew fighting off an invading demonic force during the middle of World War I could be fun? Red Wasp Design released its new title Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land today for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch; and it allows you to do just that.
The iPhone is really turning out to be one helluva viable gaming platform, and honestly? We never saw that coming. Still, games are being released by the dozens, and this latest one that caught our attention has us really curious!
We've done a lot of cool things here at Dread Central over the years, but one that stands out among the crowd was our participation with filmmaker Drew Daywalt to bring his fantastic web series Camera Obscura to the masses. A few weeks ago we let you know about a mobile game version of the spooky property, and now we have even more coolness to drop on you!
Quirk Books has teamed up with eBook company PadWorx (renowned for their #1 book apps Dracula: The Official Stoker Family Edition and A Christmas Carol for iPad) to release Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: The Interactive eBook for the iPhone and iPad (and soon the Android). We first heard about the app last summer, and now we have all the details.
Oh, Paranormal Activity, you have drawn us in twice before and scared the holy hell out of us; and it looks like you're going to do it again this weekend with the release of the third installment of the series. For those iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch users out there who just can't get enough of Katie and the rest of the Paranormal gang, dial up the Paranormal Activity: Sanctuary app on your phone and dive even deeper into the mystery.
Remember the Camera Obscura web series from Drew Daywalt that we featured last October? Well, Camera Obscura is now available as a mobile game that you can download to your smart phones to go along with your Angry Birds.
Are you looking for that next killer app for your smartphone? Have you bashed every pig you could find in Angry Birds and need a new challenge? Well then, look no further because our friends at MWG Entertainment have you covered with the upcoming launch of the Camera Obscura mobile app.
We've all been there, man. Sitting around playing with our phones and then it happens. The people around you ... the people that you trust ... something seems ... different. It's time to find out who's human.
It's been a while since last there was anything to talk about concerning Oldboy director Park Chan-wook's new thirty-minute short film Night Fishing, or Paranmanjang for you purists, which he shot using the Apple iPhone. However, now that the flick is getting set to make its Fantasia appearance, we have a trio of new stills for ya!
"We're gonna get you ... We're gonna get you ... Not another peep ... Time to go to sleep ..." Does anything satisfy like the Sam Raimi classic The Evil Dead? Not really! Over the years the beloved franchise has seen many incarnations, the last one being the Army of Darkness tower defense game, but the mobile fun doesn't end there.