What does one hot blonde plus a band of murderous and rotting skallywags with an unquenchable thirst for bloodshed and mayhem equal? A damned good time, that's what! Such is the case with Steve Sessions' Zombie Pirates.
What better way to start off the new year than with a new entry in the ever-growing Sasquatchploitation genre? The latest stomping DVD shelves this January is the grindhouse-styled (complete with fake film damage) Shriek of the Sasqautch.
Drugs. Drugs are bad. Especially manufactured drugs. If it's not grown directly out of the Earth, you probably shouldn't be messing with it. However, if it's made in a lab and causes an undead epidemic, screw it, dude - toke up!
The Mile High Horror Film Festival, running October 7-9 in (where else) Denver, Colorado, has dropped some information on us concerning their upcoming event. We have in our hot little hands the names of the first feature film and short announced to be part of the festival. Interested? Read on, Broncoville.
If you're in Denver during the weekend of October 7th-9th, that trouble breathing you're having might not be from just the high altitude and lack of oxygen. It might be from the sheer terror generated by the Mile High Horror Film Festival, which recently announced a big time partnership with FEARnet.
Tim Tebow is trying to bring a winning environment back to Denver, but even if the Broncos can't get their shit together again this year and there is no Super Bowl on the horizon, the Mile High City does have another pretty interesting event scheduled that might make all the fans of pigskin violence forget their gridiron woes for a while.
In Minnesota? Looking for some free indie horror action? Then we have some info on a free double bill that you're not going to want to miss! Grab a raincoat and bring a drink! Things may just get really sticky!
Time for some more good old fashioned Sasquatchploition in a movie filmed with hot chicks and scary hairy beasts! Do you think you have what it takes to heed the Shriek of the Sasquatch? Prove it by watching this new trailer.
Some news on a couple of films coming out in 2011 from Minnesota. Indie horror Scream Queen Scarlet Salem, the very woman who has the pleasure of seeing famous horror author Joe Knetter's wonderful ass tattoo each and every day (lucky girl), has a role in each film. Let's take a quick look at both!
A double dose of horror hits Minnesota on Wednesday, October 27th, starting at 7:00 pm at the historic - and also haunted - Mounds Theatre in St. Paul, MN, with the highly anticipated world premiere of blood & boobs splatterfest Strip Club Slasher followed by the “Blair Witch meets Evil Dead” inspired shocker Off the Beaten Path.
An indie scream queen (Scarlet Salem), zombies, guns, blood, a machete, gore and an Evil Dead homage shot. Another low budget horror film? Not this time.
While it's not even summertime yet, there are already a couple of cool things to look forward to during the months leading up to winter. One of them is a new indie flick that isn't afraid to get more than just a little bit messy.
This just in -- Joe Knetter, Scarlet Salem, and yes, me, Uncle Creepy, have agreed to be a part of Jonathan Moody's new webseries "Scream Queen Campfire", which will feature five beautiful scream queens sitting around a campfire taking turns telling two stories each and giving us ten terrifying and entertaining tales to digest. Just think of how many heaving boobs that can equal up to!
This November will see shooting commence on The Half-Life Horror from Hell or: Irradiated Satan Rocks the World from writer/director Mark Mackner in Personburg, PA, where crime, corruption, incest, Voodoo, Satan, and heavy metal reign supreme!
With production winding down on his new film for Not For the Squeamish Productions, Strip Club Slasher, famous horror author and Dread Central's resident perv Joe Knetter dropped us off some exclusive semi-NSFW stills from the flick that may get your monitors just a wee bit steamy.