There's just something so sinister about the sound of a child's voice when singing. Hell, if The Shining proved anything, it's that little kids just standing around can be frightening when in the right hands! Both of those elements are present and accounted for in the latest trailer for the upcoming indie film Re-Cut ... and so much more!
Coming off the really fun Doghouse, we couldn't wait to see what director Jake West had up his sleeve for his next feature. Given the log line for his latest flick The Scribbler, which reads, "You're only using a small portion of your brain. Ever wondered what the rest of it is up to?", it looks like we could be in for a real headsy treat!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Andrew Howard, Molly Black, Lorry O'Toole, Juliet Quintin-Archard, Guy Burnet Directed by Adam Mason
Filming has wrapped on John Landis' Burke and Hare, and one half of the ghoulish duo recently spoke a bit about what you can expect from the flick!
The news today tends to be depressing, but sometimes a story comes across the police blotter that is just ... weird. Such is the case of a story out of Washington State earlier this week about cops detaining a crazy, sword-swinging hunter of movie monsters.
John Landis has been away from feature films for so long that I had to take a quick trip to the IMDb to recall what his last theatrical release actually was. And now that I've done the research, I'm not going to reprint it because it would surely dampen what I consider to be joyous news: A sneak peek at his long-awaited return to genre filmmaking!
Comedy star Jay Baruchel is looking to break into the horror biz and get away from the more friendly stuff he's done like Tropic Thunder, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Knocked Up, and the forthcoming She's Out of My League. Makes sense to us! Laughter is no substitute for some good old fashioned blood-curdling screams! The first stop on his horror road? A slasher flick tentatively titled Pig.
There are lots of things happening at this year's European Film Market show which is taking place now in Berlin, one of the most exciting of which is the announcement of the new film from the man who brought us some of the most surreal bits of cinema ever with Strange Circus, Love Exposure and Suicide Club director Sion Sono.
It's been a while since we last spoke about Robert Legato's chiller Choose, and with the European Film Market gearing up, it seems that the flick is finally ready to seek distro.
A Tale of Two Sisters has a lot of fans here on Dread Central, as does Oldboy, and a new production entitled Saw a Devil is bringing together the director of the former and the star of the latter. And they're being joined by Storm Shadow from G.I. Joe!
Following up on our news item last week regarding executive producer Greg H. Sims’ home-invasion thriller Behind Your Eyes, this scribe contacted Sims to get the 411 on the Southern California-shooting production. Written by Daniel Fanaberia and directed by Clint Lien, Behind Your Eyes is the first in-house feature for new production and distribution entity Vesuvio Entertainment Corporation, of which Sims is CEO (not Tri Coast as originally reported).
Are you ready for three new clips today from The Butcher Brothers' latest trip into genre land? That's right, kids, their new film The Violent Kind is just days away from making its debut at Sundance 2010, so that means it's time for a little bit of enticement!
Finally the bizarre little experience known as The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here) has gotten itself some U.S. distro! Read on for the skinny!
The official artwork for The Butcher Brothers' latest foray into the horror genre, The Violent Kind, has just made its way online, and we have every blood-speckled pixel right here for your perusal.