Dread Central hit the world premiere of the Image Entertainment and Ariescope Pictures anthology film Chillerama at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California, last Thursday, September 15th (see Part 1 here), and today we bring you Part 2 of our coverage. In this installment we provide interviews with one of the film's directors, Adam Rifkin, and cast members Lin Shaye, Gabby West, Kristina Klebe and more!
Dread Central hit the world premiere of the Chillerama anthology film (review here) at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California, last night and while on the red carpet chatted with the flick’s directors - Adam Green, Adam Rifkin, Joe Lynch, Tim Sullivan - and more before taking in the screening with an enthusiastic and boisterous audience of over 3,000. Read on for Part 1 of our coverage and some ocular candy!
As we all anxiously await what we hear is one of the single most insane anthology films ever in Chillerama, director Adam Green has released an early look at his segment, "The Diary of Anne Frankenstein".
Having enjoyed a recent VOD run, the folks behind 2012: Apocalypse of the Dead (or Zone of the Dead or whatever they finally decide to call it) have put into our hands some rotting new stills for you!
We all love movies about zombies, but when Ken Foree is part of the team kicking undead ass, it's just a million times sweeter. We've been talking about Milan Konjevic's latest undead bash, Zone of the Dead, for a while now, and the time has come for you guys to see it for yourselves.
Mike Nichols' Hansel and Gretel themed horror tale Bread Crumbs, starring Marianne Hagan (Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers) and Kristina Klebe (Rob Zombie's Halloween), will be making its Cannes premiere on May 17th, but we've got a look at the promotional trailer right now for you! Why? Because you're all oh so damned sexy!
Two Michael Myers veterans - one survivor and one victim - will be re-teaming for another go 'round of brutal murder and madness, albeit far, far away from Haddonfield, Illinois this time. Will they have better luck, or will neither of them see the final reel?
One of the things we love so much about the Internet is that it enables people to have a voice all their own. One that can be shared throughout an entire community ... especially if said community is the horror one, which out here in Cali is a lot smaller of a circle than you'd think.
March 19-21, Orvieto Italy - You think America is the only horror-loving country on the planet? Think again, Sparky. North of Rome in the city of Orvieto, Italians are gearing up for what promises to be one hell of a time. The annual Fantasy Horror Award celebration is a pretty big deal, and they're pulling out guests and celebs galore to prove it.
Here at Dread Central we love us some Kristina Klebe. Arguably she was one of the best parts of Rob Zombie's Halloween, and now that she's fighting zombies in Zone of the Dead, we couldn't be happier -- if not strangely aroused by the sight of her with a shotgun. *Ahem* ... Speaking of which, a music video mash-up featuring Kristina just popped up online, and in it you'll find some cool footage of her taking care of zombie business among other things!
A spiffy new website has just gone live for Kevin MacDonald's Beg and serves as your one-stop shop for all Beg related goodies including downloads, news, etc!
Just a few days ago we hooked you guys up with a trailer for Kevin MacDonald's Beg. Tonight the filmmakers decided to give Dread Central readers a chance to dig on some exclusive behind-the-scenes stills from the shoot.
The trailer for Kevin MacDonald's Beg has gone live, and of course we have a look at it for ya! The film sports quite an impressive horror-centric cast so let's hope the end product turn out as good as the trailer.
Who wouldn't be down to see Ken Foree kicking some new zombie ass? Well that's exactly what we're going to get from Milan Konjevic's latest undead bash, Zone of the Dead, and we now have a trailer for you to sink your teeth into!
The last thing the zombie world needs right now is another half-assed attempt to cash in on George Romero’s brilliance, but it looks like that’s just what we’re staring down the barrel of as John Russo prepares to unleash Escape of the Living Dead on us.