In our ongoing attempt to make you guys aware of every horror project that's available to be seen these days, we now bring you some preliminary information on Massachusetts-based Harvest Tide Productions' first online and internationally self-distributed horror short independent film Microcinema.
Oh the goddamn creepy, crawlies…they skeev me out just thinking about them. Ugh. Well, if you love the eight-legged baddies as much as I do, we've got a couple of memorable shorts for you today with Spider on the Ceiling and Scratch.
What's worse than one strange visitor in the middle of the night? A subsequent, much stranger visitor that follows him. Such is the case in the short film, The Visitor.
Okay kiddies, you know all about Santa and Krampus and the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny, but how many of you are familiar with the legend of The Butcher Fairy? We've got a 15-minute short film for you showing that particular entity in action!
It can't be all brains, all the time. Apparently even the living dead need a little pinch and tickle just like the rest of us. And this is the basis for Girard Tecson's Romance of the Dead.
We've got an amazingly creative short video to share that will be especially interesting to all you Alfred Hitchcock fans out there. We bring you Jeff Desom's imagining of Rear Window in three minutes. Dig it!
We've made no secret of being big fans of the Bloody Cuts anthology film series. It's an impressive UK horror import. But now another British short film series has come to our attention. Sincerely, Psychopath production company brings us Creak.
We received a message from Italian director Francesco Picone a couple of months ago alerting us to the fact that he has a short film he'd like to share with the Dread Central readership. Some issues arose, delaying us getting the film to you, but the wait is over, and it was well worth it!
The wait is over! Writer/director Drew Daywalt soldiered through some rough technology battles to bring us his latest short film - The Old Chair - exclusively right here in honor of Dread Central's Indie Horror Month.
We Are What We Eat has quite the story behind it. The 10-minute British zombie short was shot over two days in July 2011. Five makeup artists, six locations and 220 shots later, the filming was done. Oh, and the director is 16 years old.
With Christian Ackerman’s short film Hell’s Belles having premiered this past Saturday, March 24th, in Hollywood, California, we thought we’d bring you a photo gallery from the red carpet invitation only event, as well as word on the audience’s response. Read on!
Indie Horror Month may be winding down, but that doesn't mean our love for and support of indie filmmakers is going anywhere, and one such project we're keeping an eye on is Dave Reda's new short film Love Potion #8. Read on for a casting update and the first bit of artwork.
In Lorcan Finnegan's latest short film Foxes, the Irish filmmaker plays with the audience's perceptions as we follow a young couple (Marie Ruane and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) who are trapped in a remote estate of empty houses that's haunted by sinister shrieking foxes from a distance.
Indie Horror Month Announcement: Dread Central Hosting the World Premiere of Drew Daywalt's The Old Chair This Friday!
Indie horror fans, get ready! Drew Daywalt, the master of the horror short film, has been busy slaving away on something special in honor of Dread Central's Indie Horror Month celebration, and undoubtedly it will be a slice of creepy awesomeness much like the rest of Daywalt's other short films.
Director Sam Lemberg's new short film Chameleon is a nice piece of work. It's well shot, well acted and draws the viewer into a tense dramatic standoff. And here's the best news…we've got it for you right here!