Amusement parks certainly have the potential to be creepy. We saw that in Funhouse and plenty of films since. Now a film that actually started as a Kickstarter campaign and succeeded in raising the funds brings a new angle to the amusement park horror idea. Take a look at Scream Park.
There are few things we enjoy more here at Dread Central than helping out indie filmmakers, and today we're happy to point our readers in the direction of all three parts of Staci Layne Wilson's short "The Key to Annabel Lee [A Woman in Triptych]". Staci decided to post them online, and of course we have them right here!
Lots of exciting news for Staci Layne Wilson's upcoming short "The Key to Annabel Lee [A Woman in Triptych]" today. Not only is Dread Central home to the exclusive online debut of the film's full trailer, but we also have an update on when and where "Annabel Lee" will be having its premiere. First things first … here's a quick overview of "The Key to Annabel Lee [A Woman in Triptych]":
We've been talking about Staci Layne Wilson's upcoming short "The Key to Annabel Lee [A Woman in Triptych]" for a while now, and this week marks both the end of principal photography and the opening of the film's official website - on Edgar Allan Poe's birthday no less!
Staci Layne Wilson's upcoming short film "The Key to Annabel Lee" has, in Staci's words, evolved into a form of "installation art", and to give us a better idea of what to expect, she's provided Dread Central with two new exclusive stills and a quick clip.
We told you a few weeks ago about Staci Layne Wilson's upcoming short film "The Key to Annabel Lee", and now there's a teaser video online that shows off a little of what you can expect, which Staci has dubbed "the accidental trailer".
We knew from the wonders of Facebook and Twitter that Staci Layne Wilson is making the leap from journalism to filmmaking via her upcoming short film "The Key to Annabel Lee", and now that principal photography has wrapped, she's revealed some plot details and provided us with a few production stills.
John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Chelan Simmons, and a hulking computer-generated ogre with bitch tits: it must be a Sci-Fi Channel original movie! And it was. Premiered this past March. Now you'll be able to own Ogre (review) on DVD this coming March.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Ryan Kennedy, Chelan Simmons and Brendan Fletcher Directed by Steven R. Monroe
It wasn't until I happened upon info about the movie Ogre that it suddenly dawned on me that there really haven't been many movies made about ogres, at least ones that didn't involve a computer animated ogre voiced by Mike Myers. Something tells me the titular Ogre featured in the upcoming film from Steven R.