We were recently contacted by filmmaker Michael Sharpe (we don't believe there is any relationship to the classic "Iron" wrestler of the same name) requesting a review for his short film Deviling. After viewing the 15-minute movie, we felt we owed our readers more than a review. We wanted you to see it for yourselves!
We've been talking about Axelle Carolyn's new short film The Halloween Kid for a few months, and now that it's about to have its world premiere at BUFF, the prestigious International Children and Young People's Film Festival in Malmo, Sweden, in March, Carolyn has released a teaser trailer to celebrate.
Here at Dread Central we realize that not everyone can make it to the lunacy that is the Sundance Film Festival, which is why we do our best to bring you all of the sights, sounds, and reviews you're hankering for. Next on tap for you? The Q&A session for Bloody Disgusting Selects' V/H/S (review here)!
Despite reports of the film causing moviegoers to pass out - or perhaps because of them - Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to the Bloody Disgusting Selects Sundance Midnight entry V/H/S for low seven figures. Plans are for a theatrical release in the fall and then VOD.
What is it with the people who go to Sundance? Every year at least one movie renders at least one viewer unconscious. The latest knock-out artist? Bloody Disgusting Selects' entry V/H/S. Read on for the details.
Darin Beckstead, the filmmaker behind Courage & Stupidity, a 25-minute film that reimagined Spielberg’s troubled experiences while making Jaws, is now throwing a hat into the horror genre with his tongue-in-cheek short titled Zombie Valley.
One flick we're DYING to see at this year's Sundance Film Festival is the Bloody Disgusting Selects entry V/H/S. Everything about it sounds badass. Speaking of badass, check out these viral posters found all around Park City, Utah in promotion of the flick!
French filmmaker Mathieu TURI dropped us a line recently to let us know that his post-apocalyptic short film Sons of Chaos is now online in its entirety, and we figured there's no better way to celebrate the first Friday the 13th of the year than by sharing it with you guys. Check it out along with the flick's poster and a few stills.
Now that she's busily submitting her latest film, The Halloween Kid, to festivals, Axelle Carolyn has put her previous effort, The Last Post (review here), online to share with everyone. Check out this short film produced by Neil Marshall and starring Jean Marsh, which had its world premiere at the 2011 Fantasia Film Festival, right here!
If you dream it, you can do it, right? Well, no, that's not always the case. Those grape jelly pajamas I was trying to develop never really took hold, and I know Uncle Creepy is having all kinds of trouble getting a patent on his line of Finger Paints for Pubes. But for up and coming director Christina Desiere, things are breaking just right... and a lot of that has to do with Stephen King's Dollar Baby program.
So how does this grab you ... twelve stories of horror, sex, murder, and mayhem. Over two hours of everything from psychological thrillers to psychosexual killers! Cheerleaders to zombies! Get the idea? Now how about a gaggle of indie scream queens thrown in to further sweeten the pot? We thought all that would grab your attention, and you'll be getting that and then some with the new short film compilation DVD, Cult Volume 1.
We've been sitting on this one for a couple of weeks because it's the perfect way to send out 2011. A fan film based upon Valve's video game franchise Left 4 Dead (reviews here) that is nothing short of badass. This is the perfect example of there being young talented filmmakers out there who know how to do a lot with a little, and we completely applaud them.
Just when you thought your afternoon couldn't possibly kick more ass (or get any stranger for that matter) comes news of a horror flick that explores what would happen if giant worms invaded a production of West Side Story. Are you ready for the Huhu Attack?