The first word and stills for John Keeyes' next foray into fright, The Harrowing, arrived just a few minutes ago in our e-mail inbox, and since we're just suckers for hot chicks who are drenched in blood, we decided to share. Dig it!
We love it when we come across a cool indie trailer that looks like it has the potential to be a kick-ass film, and Nightmare Box just sent one to our inbox. Take a look at the crazy shenanigans going on here.
It was last September when we got the first word on Jon Keeyes' The Mechanical Grave, and now the project is complete and ready for viewing at film festivals and conventions as well as on DVD. Check out the flick's artwork, a photo gallery, and more info on Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions' steampunk-horror extravaganza.
Highland Myst Entertainment will be launching its new sister company, Highland Myst UK, with the production of Nightmare Box, and we have the first details on the film, which is set to begin filming in England this January.
Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn 2) is set to star in Phobia, a horror/murder mystery to be directed by Jon Keeyes (American Nightmare, Living & Dying) and produced by Blake Calhoun (Killing Down, Pink) from a screenplay by Anne Gibson. Read on for the gory details!
Director Jon Keeyes has released a really unique steampunk trailer for his upcoming short film/TV pilot "The Mechanical Grave." Sure, all the traditional horror sub-genres are great and much loved. But when something totally unique like this trailer appears, we've got to be sure to send it your way also.
And the list of horror talent keeps right on growing for the latest anthology film to come our way, The Gathering. Want to talk about a hell of a cast?
Ah, the Internet. It's home to lots of goodness, but it can also be a source of rumors with no merit. Case in point - a previous story we ran (sourced from Variety of all places) that mentioned Danielle Harris as being signed to appear in a new horror anthology to be directed by Jon Keeyes entitled The Gathering.
As self-professed suckers for anthology films, we here at Dread Central are always on the lookout for some quick and dirty entertainment that helps us fondly remember the golden age of EC Comics. A new one has just been announced that sounds absolutely stunning! Oh, happy day!
A press release from Highland Myst Entertainment and New Film International recently landed in our mailbox announcing the limited theatrical release of Fall Down Dead. Directed by Jon Keeyes and starring Dominique Swain, Udo Kier, and David Carradine in one of his final horror film roles, Fall Down Dead will open this December in select cities across the country.