Jules Stewart's lunacy in prison opus K-11 is getting set to make its DVD and Blu-ray debut courtesy of Breaking Glass Films, and we have all the details you need on whether or not to sentence your cash flow to a worthy purchase!
This Friday, Jules Stewart's edgy and challenging directorial debut K-11 arrives in limited theaters courtesy of Breaking Glass Pictures. Featuring an eclectic cast of characters, the indie prison-centric thriller is a bold introduction from the seasoned script supervisor.
Heather Wixson. Honestly, this "horror chick" is a bit of an enigma. Where she finds the time to get the amount of things done that she does is beyond me, but I can tell you that we are beyond thrilled to have her on our team and love her more than words can fully illustrate.
Indie Horror Month Exclusive: Tiny Lister Talks K-11, New Friday Sequel; Reflects on No Holds Barred, Prison and More
Since making his feature film debut in the 1985 flick Runaway Train, Tommy "Tiny" Lister has worked on over 160 projects, quickly becoming one of the most recognizable character actors of modern cinema.
If you're in or around Los Angeles and are a horror fan, you should make it your business to attend this weekend's CineMayhem Film Festival in honor of Indie Horror Month! Read on for the skinny on all that's happening!
If you're heading to this weekend's CineMayhem Film Festival, you'll have a chance to see Jules Stewart's K-11 before anyone else. For the rest of you...
Dread Central's Indie Horror CineMayhem Film Festival - Full Schedule Announced; Tickets on Sale Now!
The CineMayhem Film Fest is pleased to announce its final line-up with tickets and festival passes going on sale TODAY for the two-day celebration of independent horror at the Muvico in Thousand Oaks, CA, this March.
With Dread Central's Indie Horror Month right around the corner, we have a contest for you indie filmmakers that's sure to get your blood pumping and then hopefully spraying right out of your jugular vein. Read on for details.
If you're a regular reader of Dread Central, then you know that March is officially Indie Horror Month around these parts. A time when we celebrate our future horror maestros! This year we're kicking it off with a bang!