If you're a fan of old school radio horror like The Weird Circle, Lights Out!, Sleep No More, The Hermit's Cave, there's a new treasure trove of horrific stories being told by some of today's best filmmakers and actors called Tales from Beyond the Pale that is just waiting to keep you up at night!
There's no greater guilty pleasure I have than horror themed radio drama. I listened to it all to this very day. The Weird Circle, Lights Out!, Sleep No More, The Hermit's Cave -- all classics and all on heavy rotation in the Creepy household.
One of the coolest things about making horror movies is that some of the more spooky locations for a film crew to shoot in end up being haunted. Such is the case with the setting Ti West has chosen for his latest film, The Innkeepers. Ready to take a look inside?
As everyone reading the site knows, I'm a huge fan of old school radio drama so this latest news that Larry Fessenden's Glass Eye Pix is launching a new genre audio program entitled "Tales from Beyond the Pale" is music to my ears!
Horror fans seem to be fairly split on the work of Ti West, but after The House of the Devil, I'm looking forward to anything this guy does. That includes his upcoming haunted house flick The Innkeepers, which promises to bring the spooky.
After a long bout of pre-production things are really cooking on Ti West's next project for Dark Sky Films, The Innkeepers, and we've got the first three stills from the shoot to haunt you through the evening!
It's been a while since we've gotten any sort of update on Ti West's upcoming The Innkeepers for Dark Sky Films, but now that this week marks the start of production, we have some solid casting news to share.
As if trying to survive in a land with sub-zero temperatures wasn't tough enough, what if there was also a creature lurking about looking to do a lot more than just tingle your spine? That's what our protagonists are up against in Hypothermia, and if this latest batch of images is any indication of what's to come, these poor folks are in A LOT of trouble!
Though the weather outside is getting warmer and warmer, let's not forget what a miserable snowbound winter this was, especially for those of you who live up North. In case you needed a reminder, some new images from Hypothermia popped up online that are sure to bring you all kinds of chilly haunted memories.
Larry Fessenden and his production company, Glass Eye Pix, along with their low-budget horror sideline, Scareflix, have
Starting right now you can run out and get your hands on a shiny new copy of a flick we're absolutely nuts over -- I Sell the Dead. That's right, dear readers, take your asses to the store post-haste (or order one below), and score yourself a copy of either the DVD or Blu-ray! Need more enticing? Check out our review and exclusive interviews below!
Larry Fessenden and his production company, Glass Eye Pix, along with their low-budget horror sideline, Scareflix, have been making some of the best indie horror to come out in recent years.
The stellar I Sell the Dead (review here) is finally hitting DVD and Blu-ray on March 30th, and in honor of the occasion Dread Central will be running a series of interviews with several members of the cast and crew. First up is writer/director Glenn McQuaid.
With all the blizzards happening throughout the country, this is surely both the best and the worst time to be filming a movie called Hypothermia. Some images from the set just surfaced, and damnit, they make us wanna put the heat on!