It's been a long time since we heard any horror themed music from composer Fabio Frizzi, but that's about to change thanks to his participation in Mark Steensland's new short The Weeping Woman. From the Press Release:
One filmmaker we've had our eye on for a while is Mark Steensland. The man's made some truly tremendous short films including the critically acclaimed The Ugly File, and now he's back with a new short-form fright fest along with Evil Ed himself! From the Press Releaae
Not to be confused with the epic sized read of the same name from Stephen King and Peter Straub, what we have here are the first stills from the new Latin horror short film The Talisman!
Known for the outrageous horror-comedy films 2001 Maniacs and 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams (as well as his hosting duties on the VH1 "Scream Queens 2" reality series), filmmaker Tim Sullivan tipped us off today regarding his latest genre effort, an upcoming short film adaptation of Stephen King’s One for the Road.
Here at Dread Central we're always on the lookout for new and exciting cool things for you guys to dig on. It's what we're here for after all. Well, that and lacing every news story with as much innuendo as possible. Anyway, another new short film is now available to watch in its entirety, and we've got the goods for you right here.
The last couple of years have been riddled with lots of Sasquatchploitation, and it's great to see the original forest dwelling big guy getting so much love. It seems like every week there's a new flick starring the mythical man-beast to tell you about, but instead of telling you about this next one ... How about we just show it to you instead?
Just a few days ago we brought you the news that Oldboy director Park Chan-wook had filmed a new thirty-minute short film, Paranmanjang, using the Apple iPhone.
Here's something kind of cool that honestly we've been waiting for someone to do. Oldboy director Park Chan-wook has filmed his new thirty-minute short film, Paranmanjang, using the camera on the Apple iPhone.
ArieScope alumnus Jason Richard Miller has a new horror short film on the way starring a few very familiar faces to populate his latest landscape of badassery. Get ready to be Infected!
One of our favorite short films of the year, The Legend of Beaver Dam (review here), is poised to make a splash at this year's Sundance Film Festival screening ahead of the highly anticipated Hobo with a Shotgun in the "Park City at Midnight" lineup, and we've got all the info for ya!
Writer-director Jeff Angel dropped us a line looking to put the word out there that a two-minute trailer for his 45-minute short film Pixel is now online. According to Angel, multiple film festivals have rejected the short due to its controversial subject matter.
When we find something fresh and unique here at Dread Central, we don't scrimp on letting our readers know about it. And from the looks of things, the whole world is soon going to know about it, too, since the much talked about and highly praised "The Legend of Beaver Dam" 12-minute horror musical short film is about to appear in a myriad of film fests.
I have never read Stephen King’s short story The Boogeyman, but now that I know there’s a short film adaptation on the way, I’m going to have to seek it out post-haste! We’ve got a look at the poster today so come on in and check it out!
Jerome Sable and Eli Batalion have made the shift from stage to screen with a splash — of blood, that is. Their filmmaking debut, a horror musical short film called "The Legend of Beaver Dam" will have its world premiere on September 9th at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, and we've got a look at the flick's poster and trailer.