Exclusive: Linda Blair Reflects on 40 Years with The Exorcist for FEARnet's February 17th Five-Film Marathon
On Sunday, February 17th, FEARnet celebrates 40 years of The Exorcist with a marathon of all the franchise films starting at 2 pm EST, and to mark the occasion, we spoke with genre icon Linda Blair about her experiences making one of the most influential horror movies of all time.
It's officially Halloween, and to help kick off the day's festivities, we have the online debut of the latest short film from Patrick Rea and SenoReality Pictures, Split the Check. Enjoy... and be careful whom you share tonight's dinner with!
Those lovable loonies at SenoReality Pictures have just finished up another new short film, entitled Split the Check, and we'll be premiering it here on Dread Central this coming Halloween. In the meantime we have the synopsis and a still to share.
Demon: I'm not Regan. Father Karras: Well, then let's introduce ourselves. I'm Damien Karras. Demon: And I'm the Devil. Now kindly undo these straps. Father Karras: If you're the Devil, why not make the straps disappear? Demon: That's much too vulgar a display of power, Karras.
Event Report: Screamfest LA 2011: Exclusive Photos from Nights #7 and #8; Coverage of the Premieres of Enter Nowhere, No Rest for the Wicked, The Little Mermaid, Infected, and More
Coverage of this year's Screamfest LA Film Festival continues with Dread Central's event report for Thursday, October 20th, and Friday, October 21st, when we hit the carpet to bring you more photos and caught the premieres of Jack Heller’s feature film Enter Nowhere (Night #7) and of Ryan Schifrin’s No Rest for the Wicked, The Little Mermaid, Infected, and more. (Night #8).
Just in time to help put everyone in the Halloween spirit, Dread Central is pleased to present the online debut of Patrick Rea's latest short film, Time's Up, Eve!, which is set in the 1940s and follows a woman pursued through the city who must elude shadowy figures that have claimed the souls of her friends and loved ones.