Here it is, folks. No more waiting and no need to cruise around to other parts of the deep, dark Internet. We've got Night of the Pumpkin for you right here in its goopy, seed-filled entirety!
Everyone starts somewhere, and some pretty bitchin' news has come that John Carpenter's very first student film, Captain Voyeur, has been found at USC. Even cooler? It bears some resemblance to the 1978 classic Halloween (which just celebrated its 33rd anniversary yesterday)!
The third and final entry from G4's Epictober celebration (which we first told you about here) has arrived, and believe us when we tell you that Lynch and company have saved the best for last! Hide your pigs!
The second of the three short films from G4's Epictober celebration (which we first told you about here) has arrived, and it offers a truly insane take on one of the most beloved video game franchises ever! Check it out!
For most people Christmas is their favorite time of the year, but for the horror crowd it's definitely Halloween as that's when we're inundated with all manner of goodies and treats geared specifically toward us. And, best of all, we get to share them with our readers! Case in point: today's debut of Karl Holt's Negative Image, winner of Best Short Film at the 2011 Shriekfest film festival.
If the candy and the costumes and the fact that it's the only time of the year you can scatter bones in your front yard without having the neighbors alert the authorities aren't enough for you to look forward to Halloween, here's a new reason: Sideshow Pictures is promising to deliver a great short film each year, just in time for the holiday ... and the first one, Night of the Pumpkin, is ready to launch.
The first of the three short films from G4's Epictober celebration (which we first told you about here) that add a terrifying spin to the video game age of yesteryear is online and shooting down ducks with reckless abandon, and you can watch it right here, right now.
Event Report: Screamfest LA 2011: Exclusive Photos from Nights #7 and #8; Coverage of the Premieres of Enter Nowhere, No Rest for the Wicked, The Little Mermaid, Infected, and More
Coverage of this year's Screamfest LA Film Festival continues with Dread Central's event report for Thursday, October 20th, and Friday, October 21st, when we hit the carpet to bring you more photos and caught the premieres of Jack Heller’s feature film Enter Nowhere (Night #7) and of Ryan Schifrin’s No Rest for the Wicked, The Little Mermaid, Infected, and more. (Night #8).
Just in time to help put everyone in the Halloween spirit, Dread Central is pleased to present the online debut of Patrick Rea's latest short film, Time's Up, Eve!, which is set in the 1940s and follows a woman pursued through the city who must elude shadowy figures that have claimed the souls of her friends and loved ones.
The 11th annual Screamfest LA commenced this past Friday, October 14th, (it runs through the 22nd at Manns Chinese 6 in Hollywood, California), and filmmaker Peter Podgursky provided us with an exclusive photo from one of the fest’s selections, his short film The Night Caller, along with the actual film itself. Read on to watch!
Do you have that one house on your block that you just wonder about? I'm talking about the house whose Halloween decorations always look just a little too good, a little too bloody, a little too runny, a little too ... off-putting. Well, folks, we've got a short film for you in which Mr. Tricker owns that house.
With the 11th annual Screamfest LA Film Festival having commenced this past Friday, October 14th (it runs through the 22nd), at Manns Chinese 6 in Hollywood, California, we hit the carpet Saturday night, October 15th, to bring you some additional eye candy and to catch the anticipated Short Film Program #1 and the premiere screenings of the features Crawl, The Tunnel, and Rosewood Lane. Read on!
Fan of computer animation? Fan of vampire horror? Then you've come to the right place. The new short film Raven's Hollow is now available for viewing right here on Dread Central. If you're interested in some impressive CGI, come on in and take a peek.
Shot in the style of a 1950's PSA, the yearly Halloween short from Adam Green and ArieScope Pictures (lucky #13 this year!) has landed online today, taking a lighthearted swing at the illegal downloading predicament. Internet pirates, take warning! The rest of you, watch and enjoy!