The more we see of Shoreline Entertainment's 3D animated feature The Living Corpse, the more we like it! Check out the second trailer for the film based on the underground hit graphic novel by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson and let us know if you agree.
It's been a few months since we've heard anything from Shoreline Entertainment regarding its 3D animated feature film based on the underground hit graphic novel by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson, The Living Corpse, but that's about to change as today we have a look at the flick's trailer and poster art.
Here at Dread Central we believe that children are the future and teach them well and all that jazz. That's why we're big supporters of getting your kids started off right by having them cut their teeth on some really cool animated horror! Case in point ... The Living Corpse!
The first featurette from Trap, writer/director Jason Horton's follow-up to Edges of Darkness, just showed up online; and it offers an at times funny behind-the-scenes look at low budget movie-making for your pre-Thanksgiving cravings.
Filmmaker Jason Horton dropped us a line with some news on his latest project, Trap, about a brutal kidnapping that goes from bad to worse when a middle-aged kidnapper falls in love with his 15-year-old victim.
Indie anthology Edges of Darkness, which tells three tales set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse, is edging closer to a US release with Anchor Bay, according to co-director and co-writer Jason Horton. And it could come as early as September 22nd.
Prolific indie actor Lee Perkins (Katiebird: Certifiable Crazy Person) sent us an update this morning on a couple of his horror projects, and since he’s a cool guy and you all are cool readers, I thought it only right to share.