On the March 10th episode of Dread Central LIVE, indie horror superstar Bill Oberst, Jr., and director Jourdan McClure will talk about their latest collaboration for After Dark Films, Children of Sorrow, and a whole LOT more!
Fresh off of multiple festival wins, Children of Sorrow was scooped up by After Dark Films last year, and Lionsgate will be bringing the tale of a creepy cult home this coming March. Today, the trailer gives us our first look inside the cult. Dig it!
Here's the thing... you can put Bill Oberst, Jr. in any movie, and you've got our interest. Having Jourdan McClure (Die, Maniacs, Die!) and screenwriter Ryan Finnerty (TV’s “Smosh”), the duo behind Rogue River, behind him? Well, now we're standing at attention.
Here at Dread Central we've been singing the praises of actor and horror enthusiast Bill Oberst, Jr., for some time now, and it's great to see the rest of the world catching on. This dude knows how to do spooky, and that's the order of the day when it comes to these new stills from Children of Sorrow!
After Dark Originals, which features a combination of originally produced and acquired films, has announced the fourth film in its second series, the Jourdan McClure-directed Children of Sorrow, which brings us a “petrifying look into a cult psyche.”
On tap for you ghouls now is the first poster from Jourdan (Rogue River) McClure's film Children of Sorrow. In the film a woman embeds herself in a cult looking for answers to her sister’s disappearance, only to find a dark secret within the cult and an even darker secret within herself.
Some news has come on Jourdan (Rogue River) McClure's Children of Sorrow along with a few stills and a trailer. In the film a woman embeds herself in a cult looking for answers to her sister’s disappearance, only to find a dark secret within the cult and an even darker secret within herself.
Horror icon Lin Shaye is the next beloved actor to sign up for active duty in the new television series "Hell Hunters", and we have all the details you need on tap right here, Satan and his minions accounted for but not included. Read on!
Two Michael Biehn stories in a row? Yep, it's further proof that the man just doesn't sleep. Recently he created and starred in The Victim, then he starred in and toured for The Divide, and now a rumor has come that he's snagged a lead role in the upcoming TV series "Hell Hunters." Untrue.
Some interesting news is coming our way regarding two of the horror genre's most beloved figures: Bill Moseley and Michael Berryman. It sounds as if this duo is ready to raise a little hell on the small screen.
Fans of genre legend Bill Moseley, and his proficiency at portraying wide-eyed psychotic backwoods characters, have some good news right here as G2 Pictures and After Dark will be releasing Jourdan McClure’s twisted slice of savagery known as Rogue River (review here) to DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on January 16th, 2012.
So we just found out that next to our offices a new theatre has opened up that charges $19.50 for a regular ticket and $22.50 for a 3D ticket to see a movie there. Mind you, this has nothing to do with the new flick Theatre of the Devil, but those money-hungry bastards can go straight to Hell.
The 2010 Screamfest Film Festival just keeps plugging along and bringing fans some really great horror features along the way. Last night was no exception as Dread Central hit the premiere of the upcoming psychological thriller Rogue River.
We're always interested in seeing what genre fave Bill Moseley is up to and trust most of our readers are as well, which is why we're happy to start the week off with the trailer debut for Bill's latest project, director Jourdan McClure's Rogue River.