If you're a fan of crazed genius John Skipp's works, you'll want to stop what you're doing and spend a few moments watching this sales trailer for The Long Last Call, an in-development horror feature based on the novel to be co-directed by Skipp and award-winning filmmaker Andrew Kasch.
It's Friday and you're wondering, "What the hell am I gonna do this weekend?" You could go see Evil Dead again, or you can download the original splatterpunk novel from John Skipp and Craig Spector to read... for FREE! Here's the hitch... the offer ends today so you'd better hurry!
In the time it's taking you to read this story, you could have already made your way over to Amazon and picked up John Skipp's splatterpunk e-book short story Art Is the Devil. The Charlie Sheen inspired cover art is worth the $.99 price alone!
Fresh of its win of the Audience Award (Bronze) at the 2012 Fantasia International Film Festival, the short film Stay at Home Dad is now online, and you can watch it in its entirety right here!
At long last the names of this year's Bram Stoker Awards have been revealed by the Horror Writers Association. In addition to the 12 new Stoker Award winners, the HWA also gave a one-time Vampire Novel of the Century Award. Read on for the details.
Sometimes your home life can be even more bizarre than anything you see in any movie, anywhere. Especially if John Skipp, Andrew Kasch, FX legend Mark Shostrom, Cody Goodfellow, and Buz Wallick have anything to say about it. Get ready to get teased in the strangest of ways.
Splatterpunk icon John Skipp has always been one to be on the cutting edge of our genre. There's just no one like him. Last July we told you about his latest digital print venture, Ravenous Shadows, and today the official word has come.
October is here, and everyone is crazy busy. Especially genre favorite John Skipp, who has a boatload of things on his plate, all of which we have served up for you right here, fresh and hot!
Believe in miracles, kids! John Skipp's latest project, Rose: The Bizarro Zombie Musical, has been fully funded thanks to generous folks like you! All that's left to do is to start shedding the red with a song in your heart!
Another viral video has debuted online for legendary horror writer John Skipp's latest project, Rose: The Bizarro Zombie Musical. Dig on the goods below, and let's all hope this thing finally gets made! It's the zombie apocalypse, and cable access puppet show host Rose is interviewing the latest batch of survivors!
Some pretty cool news has come our way thanks to some sneaky sniffing around we've done. Dread Central has learned exclusively that there's a new genre book label getting ready to make a splash in the red stuff, and there couldn't be a better captain steering the ship!
Legendary Horror Writer John Skipp Relaunches Kickstarter Campaign For Rose: The Bizarro Zombie Musical
Veteran horror writer John Skipp has a new vision. Skipp is in pre-production for Rose: The Bizarro Zombie Musical, an incredibly unique musical feature starring a gorgeous, machete juggling ex-mental patient hosting an internet/cable-access puppet show in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Have you ever seen anything like that before? Me neither. Sounds intriguing though, doesn't it?
John Skipp has just released some crazy new puppet-packed video shorts from Rose, showcasing adorable machete-juggling, zombie-slaughtering powerhouse Chase McKenna in the title role.
We've spread news, heard singles, and kept you as up-to-date as possible on John Skipp's upcoming 3D zombie puppet musical Rose and now the time has come to tease you even further!
A few weeks ago we told you about John Skipp's upcoming 3D zombie puppet musical Rose, which recently launched a full-fledged horror community campaign on Kickstarter. Now Skipp is offering fans a taste of the film's eclectic soundtrack with the release of the first single, "Empty Vessel".