Another anthology film is heading our way from executive producers James Cullen Bressack and Jarret Cohen at Psykik Junky Pictures. Entitled Treasure Chest of Horrors, it'll be available on DVD June 19th from World Wide Multi Media.
Acid Bath Productions is proud to announce the release date for its upcoming film I Spill Your Guts, featuring a classic film star, a former ECW grappler, and a few musicians. Oh my! Look for the flick on April 1st!
Author and filmmaker Gregory Lamberson has announced three new theatrical screenings for Slime City Massacre, his gooey celebration of 1980s cult films which stars Debbie Rochon and Brooke Lewis and features cameos by Roy Frumkes and Lloyd Kaufman, taking place in Tampa, FL; Las Vegas, NV; and his hometown of Buffalo, NY.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 3 (July 23) Schedule Now Live; Coppola, Kirkman, Immortals, Vampires, Dinosaurs, Badass Knights, and More!
By the time Saturday rolls around during the San Diego Comic-Con, we've separated the men from the boys and know who's in it for the long haul. This year Saturday is chock-full of horror offerings throughout the entire day so if you'll be there, make sure to drink plenty of coffee, wear comfortable shoes, and be ready to hoof it from one end of the convention center to the other!
Later this summer Slime City Massacre will be released theatrically through indieFilmNet’s new "Cinema Meets Horror" midnight movie-flavored series. IFN will make the film available to as many as 60 digital theaters in North America, which can book it as a midnight show, single screening, or full-on engagement.
With the May 10th release of Shriek Show’s two-disk DVD of Slime City Massacre just around the corner, author and filmmaker Greg Lamberson let us in on a slew of upcoming SCM events, including screenings in Buffalo and New York City and cast signings at NYC's Forbidden Planet and Burbank's Dark Delicacies. From the Press Release:
With Cannes speeding at us like a freight train filled with goodies, super genius Lloyd Kaufman and his Troma team have unveiled some kick ass new sales art for both Father's Day and the big daddy of them all, The Toxic Avenger 5: Toxic Twins. Dig it!
Jimmy Duncan is a filmmaker who broke all of the rules. He now sits rotting in prison. What did he do that was so very wrong you ask? You're about to find out in the latest indie flick to cross our radar, Little Big Boy. From the Press Release
It was announced today by Tromadance Program Director Jonathan Lees that the feature film selections for the Tromadance Film Fesitval (April 22-23 in Asbury Park, NJ) will be Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson's The Taint, Joshua Grannell's All About Evil, and the East Coast premiere of Miguel Angel Vivas' Kidnapped.
Undoubtedly the modern independent horror landscape would be a very different place had Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz not taken a gamble on making a horror film in the 1980s. Kaufman, seeing the potential to reach horror fans everywhere, unleashed The Toxic Avenger in 1985, and the horror world has been a very different place ever since Toxie hit the streets.
Chances are, if you’re an avid reader of Dread Central, then you are very familiar with Lloyd Kaufman, creator of Troma Entertainment and vocal supporter of both net neutrality and independent filmmaking. That’s why when this writer was putting together her coverage for DC’s Indie Horror Month celebration, Kaufman was at the top of the list of people I definitely wanted to chat with.
Hey, indie horror filmmakers out there - looking for festivals to submit your genre film to but are tired of paying insane entry fees? Then why not submit your movie for the 12th Annual TromaDance Film Festival, being held in Asbury Park, NJ this upcoming April 22-23.
While Toxie himself is nowhere to be found, some images from the set of the now shooting The Toxic Avenger 5: Toxic Twins have surfaced online displaying a couple of the flick's many assets.
There is a new official trailer plus several stills and a poster available for William Instone's upcoming serial slasher Jon. The film opens in a limited release in Texas on February 12 and will then venture out to find DVD distribution. Synopsis: Who says imaginary friends are harmless?