The first thought that came to mind upon arriving to director Buddy Giovinazzo’s then-shooting supernatural horror flick Ginger on Sunday, December 18 of 2011 was, “This looks like some place Charles Manson would have frequented back in the Sixties.” As I was to find, I was correct in that assumption, and as it turned out, Giovinazzo himself, too, was working hard to add yet another creepy chapter to the location’s storied past alongside Ginger stars Marc Senter and Elissa Dowling.
Word of The Theatre Bizarre alumnus Buddy Giovinazzo's new flick has finally hit this crazy thing we lovingly call the interwebs, and we have the details for you on tap and ready to be poured into your horror-loving cerebellum.
Dread recently met with Brit director Simon Rumley as well as actor/producer Marc Senter and just-returned-from-Shanghai VP of Phoenix Films Edward McGurn. We engaged in a rather lengthy conversation, riffing on subjects ranging from Rumley’s hard-as-nails flick Red, White & Blue to his involvement with the upcoming horror anthology The ABCs of Death.
Following sold-out screenings of Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue (review here) at Fantastic Fest, IFC Midnight is bringing the film to several additional cities over the next few weeks. If you are not in any of these cities, you can currently find the film on demand via Comcast, Cablevision, Time Warner, Bright House, and Cox!
A new trailer for Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue (review here) has found its way online in celebration of the film's screening at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, and as always we have it for you right here!
With The Lost director Chris Sivertson established himself as a genre director to be watched. Part of what made the film so damned good was actor Marc Senter's chilling performance. The good news? The duo are reteaming to do another film. The bad?
Zach Passero, director of the 2008 Fever Dreams/Media Blasters feature Wicked Lake, has given Dread Central the skinny on the release plans for his director's cut of that feature. Hitting Blu-Ray on June 29, 2010, the disc will contain the original cut with the director's cut (titled Wicked, Wicked Lake) as a bonus that will feature an introduction by the filmmaker.
We've seen all the teaser posters and have dug on all the disturbing clips, and now the official trailer for Simon Rumley's Red White & Blue is out. Be warned, though ... you may not wanna be watching this one with the boss or the kids!
The final character-specific teaser for Simon Rumley's Red White & Blue has arrived! Are you ready to meet Nate? Here's a hint to keep you healthy ... you may not want to piss him off!
The Internet seems to be becoming like one giant bit of supplemental materials for our favorite films. Man, how times have changed. It used to be we had to wait monthly for the new issue of Fango to come out, then we had to wait for DVD's to see the behind-the-scenes goods, and now we get them instantaneously before the flick is even out! We're just happy to playing along I tell ya!
Are you ready for the first of three character-specific teasers for Simon Rumley's Red White & Blue? We hope so, but you may want to put the kids to bed or lock the door before watching as it is totally not meant for sensitive eyes! You have been warned, damnit!
With the surprisingly okay despite its problems Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (review here) hitting DVD next Tuesday, it's only right to offer our readers a little bit of the red stuff to get you geared up!
Revenge! Boobs! Blood! You see, now this is how we like to spend the afternoon here at Dread Central. Hide the kids, and cover your PC monitors! It's time for a little not safe for work trailer action!
Keep America strong! Watch horror movies! Ok, so in reality the new film Red White & Blue has less to do with patriotism and more to do with bloody revenge, but who could resist the opportunity to soapbox, especially now that we have a President who can speak in complete sentences? Either way ... we have gotten our hands on the flick's new festival one-sheet. Dig it!