Fever Dreams' Flesh for the Beast is a bit of a guilty pleasure here around the Dread Central offices. While it broke no new ground, it did tread the old in a very serviceable way. Turns out there's a prequel to the sequel Flesh for the Beast II in the works that is coming in the form of a short film called "The Pick Up", and we've scored you some hot little stills along with the artwork!
Not that saber, you friggin' perverts! I'm talking about his new short film Saber. And no, it's not a horror movie, BUT it has hot chicks in their underwear dueling with light sabers. I can't think of a reason for you not to watch.
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Mike Cleven, Glen Matthews, Kristin Slaney Directed by Jason Eisener “Brilliant” isn’t a word I like to use a lot when it comes to reviewing horror; very few films can boast all the right elements to be granted such a distinction, but Jason Eisener’s follow up to the Grindhouse-award winning film “Hobo With a Shotgun” cannot, with any fairness, be called anything else.
Tomorrow night kicks off this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival in a very sick, twisted, and joyously demented way: with a screening of Frank Henenlotter’s latest body horror opus Bad Biology!
Last year short film director Mark Steensland unleashed his horror short "Peekers" on fans, and this year his newest project, "The Ugly File", is set for not only its world premiere but also its US debut during the Shocklines Short Film Series event later this month.
Indie director/producer Patrick Rea recently sent over some info on a project he's working on in conjunction with Outpost Worldwide. They are issuing a "call for films" for a national TV program pilot featuring works from America’s best independent filmmakers and aspiring film students of horror and sci-fi shorts.
For those of you who are planning to attend Philadelphia’s Backseat Film Fest this weekend, you are in for a special treat.
We recently got an update from Patrick Rea, SenoReality's short film writer/director/producer/editor extraordinaire, as to what events will be showcasing some of their works in the near future.
Remember that hairy ass monster flick Chohatsu Daikaiju Gehara we told you about here (Gehera: The Hairiest Kaiju You've Ever Seen!)? That thing was nuts lookin'! How would you like to see it in action? We thought you would.
The Kaiju, or giant monster, movies out of Japan have long been fodder for many a fan's amusement. There's just nothing like seeing a guy in a rubber suit stomp a building. With Gehara, director Kiyotaka Taguchi is out to prove that there's nothing like seeing a gut in a hairy rubber suit stomp a building.
My inner Foy was released today upon learning the trailer for short film "Boob", which was written and directed by the team of Jon Milott and Cary Murnion, also known as Honest (honest!), popped up online recently.
Good ol' You Tube! You never know what's likely to pop up over there. Earlier today we got a call from Captain Rhodes himself, aka Joe Pilato, to tell us about a short he recently put up on the site: "Rave from the Cave".
What do you give the girl who has everything for Valentine’s Day? Not chocolate, she’ll just complain about her complexion and/or weight. Puppies are good but they make a mess pretty quick. You can try and cheap out with a very sappy card, but most girls will see right through that.
Way back in August, when one could still go outside without extra layers, we told you guys about a cool little project that, while not directly related to Coffin Joe, was close enough for comfort, an animated short called “Undertaker”.
Think you have what it takes to make it as a filmmaker? Hollywood Film Festival, which runs October 21-26, 2009, is now accepting entries in the categories of comedy, drama, and horror features, documentaries, shorts, and music videos.