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!
A few days ago we told you about the three short films Joe Lynch is putting together for G4's Epictober celebration, each helmed by a different director. Now we're pleased to present the exclusive first look at the artwork for the Gregg Bishop-directed "The Birds of Anger", which closes out the mini film festival on October 26th.
Think you've seen just about every kind of zombie movie there is to see? Well, if you've got seven minutes or so to spare, you might want to check out the new short film from Chris Russell, Zombie in a Penguin Suit. It's nothing if not unique!
Our brothers in arms over at Bloody Disgusting have been busy beavers with their Selects line of feature films, and they're not stopping there either. Read on for the details concerning what's on tap.
I'm absolutely amazed at the amount of horror out there. It seems as if indie features and shorts are everywhere, and so many of you guys are doing amazing work. At Dread Central we do our best to get the word out when we stumble upon an impressive piece that might otherwise fly under your radar. With that in mind, say hello to Home.
If there's anyone out there who fits the bill of overseeing a mini-film festival of three shorts blending video game premises with familiar tropes from people's favorite horror movies better than Joe Lynch, we can't think of who it might be. Which is why we're super-excited to share the news about his latest project for G4TV.com's Epictober celebration, which begins October 24th. Read on for the details!
With the Halloween season in full swing, we thought we’d bring you a tasty little treat that ends with a bloody trick. Slash-in-the-Box is a horror short that runs about five minutes, and from the title alone you should already surmise what it’s about and how it isn’t going to end well for someone.
This past summer we got the first word on Howland, a short film from writer/director Domenic Del Carmine, and he dropped us a line this week to let us know that not only did the flick have an awesome premiere in Connecticut on August 13th, but now it's going to be available for everyone at the end of October - on YouTube.
Jack the Ripper is going to lay a finger on your Butterfinger this Halloween if Fathom Events has anything to do with it. Would you pay premium ticket prices to watch a comedy horror short promoting a candy bar in a movie theater? What if it was the warm-up act for a Jack the Ripper docu-drama?
Can anyone verify for me that Ron Purtee sleeps? I've got to doubt it. The creator of The Social Media Massacre just recently treated us to his newest short film, Love Is Not Enough. Now, before we could even digest that movie, he hits us with another short film to creep us out. Say hello to Minion.
Just a few days ago we told you about The Halloween Kid, a spooky Halloween fairy tale that will be both written and directed by Axelle Carolyn, and now that her online funding campaign has kicked off, Axelle has shared a blooper reel with us and promises lots of announcements soon, including the short film's first cast member and some new concept art.
Next up in Dread Central's Q&A interview series featuring several of the filmmakers whose work was selected as an official selection of the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival in Los Angeles, California, is indie horror multi-hyphenate Dave Reda.
On Thursday, September 29th, the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival kicks off in Los Angeles. The festival annually celebrates the best filmmakers working on the independent horror scene, and to get you indie horror-loving fans out there ready for this year's films, Dread Central will be bringing you a series of exclusive Q&A interviews with many of Shriekfest's featured filmmakers over the next week or so.
Any time one of our own gets to create something cool is a great day to be a part of the Dread Central family. Our very own Horror Chick, Heather Wixson, is getting set to try her hand at directing with the upcoming horror comedy short Paper Rock, Scissors. Read on for details and teaser art!