Lots of us here at Dread Central were big fans of The Pact, and we've been eagerly anticipating its sequel, entitled, cleverly enough, The Pact 2. If you're in the same boat, you'll be delighted to hear that the new flick has been picked up for distro!
Some quick casting news is coming in for the sequel to terror tale The Pact, entitled The Pact II, as Camilla Luddington ("Grey's Anatomy") has signed up for active spookery. But wait... there's more!
The film synopsis for the sequel to terror tale The Pact, entitled The Pact 2, has made its way online, and we have the whole enchilada for you right here. Minus the heat palpitations and hot sauce of course. Dig it!
If you live in or around the Los Angeles area and are available to attend a special screening of Entrance following by a Q&A with the directors this Friday night, May 18th, then act quickly to win a pair of tickets on us!
IFC Midnight is releasing Entrance in limited theaters and nationwide on cable VOD and via digital outlets on May 18th, and in honor of the occasion, we finally have a trailer for the character-study-meets-horror-flick to share.
The prestigious 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival is currently under way, and while there aren’t a lot of genre films on this year’s slate, there’s one independent slasher flick that has caught our attention here at Dread Central: the creepy indie horror flick called Entrance.
The 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival runs from June 16th-26th so expect coverage of the genre films that will be screening there over the coming days. First up is character-study-meets-horror-flick Entrance from directors Dallas Hallam and Patrick Horvath. Synopsis:
It's been over a year since we got an update on Patrick Horvath's Die-ner (get it?), but today actor Daniel Schweiger, who plays a sheriff in the indie zombie flick, dropped us a line with some news.
Zombies have become the backbone of the indie filmmaking scene; I've said that countless times in the past. Throw a little grey paint on one of your buddies, and you're ready to make something that'll end up at my front door to torture me. But there are filmmakers out there who know how to properly use the undead.