Director Jon Keeyes has released a really unique steampunk trailer for his upcoming short film/TV pilot "The Mechanical Grave." Sure, all the traditional horror sub-genres are great and much loved. But when something totally unique like this trailer appears, we've got to be sure to send it your way also.
Man, what is with Poland lately? Every time we turn around, it seems that there are more and more horror flicks headed our way from there. Not that we're complaining, of course; it's just a bit odd!
It's been a while since last there was anything to talk about concerning Oldboy director Park Chan-wook's new thirty-minute short film Night Fishing, or Paranmanjang for you purists, which he shot using the Apple iPhone. However, now that the flick is getting set to make its Fantasia appearance, we have a trio of new stills for ya!
That's right, kids! Scantily clad hot chicks are here to kick some alien ass, and they're taking no prisoners and breaking no nails! What are you waiting for? Bust out your lube ... err ... I mean lotion and get to ... umm ... oh, just watch the damn thing already!
And there it is, kids! Our favorite headline of the week and it's only Tuesday! Horror can cum ... I mean come in many shapes and forms, sneaking up on you when you least expect it. Even when you're at your most vulnerable.
Oh, the room to make jokes here. We'll contain ourselves and play it straight. Polish zombies, though ... sigh. So hard ... must refrain ... Okay. Better. Read on for the first details and teaser trailer and art for the latest undead fest, Wataha.
It happens all too often. You're sitting there on the beach, soaking up some sunshine, and before you know it, an alien invasion springs forth. Now, instead of getting a tan, you're getting a probe, and the bastard extraterrestrials weren't even kind or thoughtful enough to remove your bathing suit first. Who can save us from such horrors?
Yet another reason to keep your dick in your pants has surfaced via a new twelve-minute short film, and we have every second of it here for your ... ummm ... enjoyment? Director Rory Lowe's short film The Midge is playing as part of the I've Seen Films - International Film Festival. Hit up the link below the flick after you've watched for even more bits of indie primed mental floss.
So, what's in a name you ask? A whole hell of a lot when it happens to be one of the single greatest monikers for a film (short or otherwise) ever created! Get ready to feast your eyes on the very first trailers for Killer Ice Cream Men and the Untimely Waffle, Zombies and Cat.
Drew Daywalt and company know how to do one thing masterfully ... release horror-themed short films that kick a copious amount of ass. The prolific madman is at it again, and as a result yet another short form sliver of terror has clawed its way online.
As promised, today we bring you the exclusive online debut of Dave Reda's killer romantic horror comedy short film "The Horror of Our Love" to close out Dread Central's Indie Horror Month celebration.