Spend Your Monday Getting Gory With Malevolence

It's Monday. The work week is just getting started, and it feels as if the weekend is about a thousand miles away. We were just as blue as you are until someone decided to splash a healthy bit of the red stuff around our day!

Malevolence 3 Looking For Victims

Here at Dread Central we're inundated with e-mails every day pertaining to filmmakers who want us to cover their Kickstarter projects. Nine times out of ten we pass because if we didn't, we'd be writing all day and who knows if said projects will ever even get made (that is, if you're not Veronica Mars).

Hulu Celebrates the Season with Starz All Month Long with Huluween

It's the most wonderful time of the year again for horror fans! Our very own holiday season, if you will. Everyone has some type of madness on tap to bring on the spooky, especially Hulu and its annual Halloween event: Huluween!

Exclusive Interview: Writer/Director Stevan Mena Talks Bereavement, Trilogy Plans, Real-Life Serial Killer Joel Rifkin and More!

In 2005 up-and-coming writer/director Stevan Mena set the indie horror world ablaze with his feature film debut, Malevolence, which introduced us to the twisted world of serial killer Martin Bristol, who made a living of capturing and torturing innocent people. For Bereavement, the prequel and second film in the filmmaker's planned trilogy, Mena takes us back to where it all began.

Exclusive Interview: Actor Brett Rickaby Talks Bereavement and More!

In 2005 writer/director Stevan Mena introduced genre fans to the twisted world of serial killer Martin Bristol in his breakout indie horror flick Malevolence, which was the middle part of a trilogy of films surrounding the serial killer as envisioned by storyteller Mena.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Copy of Bereavement on Blu-ray and DVD!

Bereavement hitting home video this week can only mean one thing ... we're giving away copies on both Blu-ray and DVD! Excited? Feeling lucky? The horror's fresh, on tap, and waiting for you! Dig it!

Go Behind-the-Scenes of Bereavement with Director Stevan Mena

The sequel/prequel to the way above average slasher flick Malevolence, entitled Bereavement, is well on its way, and we've got a new behind-the-scenes clip for you to dig on while you wait for it to get here!

Bereavement (Blu-ray / DVD)

Starring Michael Biehn, Alexandra Daddario, Brett Rickaby, Spencer List Directed by Stevan Mena

New Behind-the-Scenes Bereavement Clip Takes You Inside the Slaughterhouse

The sequel/prequel to the way above average slasher flick Malevolence is just weeks away from its release date, and we have a new behind-the-scenes clip lined up for you that takes you deep inside of the killer's lair. Dig it!

Yet Another Bereavement Clip Brings on the Spooky

A new clip has arrived for Stevan Mena's long awaited sequel to the way above par slasher flick Malevolence, entitled Bereavement. Read on for the goods!

New Bereavement Clip Preps for the Kill!

Excited for the release of Stevan Mena's long awaited sequel to the way above par slasher flick Malevolence, entitled Bereavement? You should be. The flick is pretty damned good, and to get you geared up, we've got another clip for you to dig on.

Anchor Bay Brings Home Bereavement

Bereavement, the long awaited sequel to Stevan Mena's Malevolence, is finally making its way home courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment, and we've got all the info you need to get yourself ready for this murderous slice of lunacy! From the Press Release

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Signed Bereavement One-Sheet

With Bereavement, Stevan Mena's long awaited prequel/sequel to Malevolence, opening in theatres this weekend, we've got a chance for you to win something truly nifty!

Bereavement (2011)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Alexandra Daddario, Michael Biehn, Spencer List, Brett Rickaby

First Bereavement Clip Brings the Spooky

The March 4th release of Stevan Mena's sequel to Malevolence, titled Bereavement, is right around the corner, and to celebrate, we've got the first clip from the flick that offers a glimpse of the evils to come.