Another Shriekfest has come to a close, this year's 13th annual event wrapping up in Los Angeles over the weekend. As always, we've got the full list of winners for ya. Check 'em out below!
Playing as part of the 2013 Shriekfest Film Festival (October 3rd to 6th in Los Angeles) is Gary Michael Schultz's horror comedy road trip movie Devil in My Ride, and right now we have a new image for you featuring Doreen (Erin Breen) possessed by the devil on her wedding day!
We're just a week and a half away from the start of the 13th Annual Shriekfest Film Festival, where over 40 films both long and short will be screened to the public. The fun begins with the world premiere of a new film called Malignant, and you'll find all the details about it below!
Playing as part of the 2013 Shriekfest Film Festival (October 3rd to 6th in Los Angeles) is Gary Michael Schultz's horror comedy road trip movie Devil in My Ride, featuring Sid Haig, and right now we have a new one-sheet and trailer for you!
For over a decade now, Los Angeles has been playing host to the film festival known as Shriekfest, a showcase of both movies and screenplays that we've been covering for the last several years here on Dread Central.
Shriekfest 2012 was a huge success! Denise Gossett, festival director, hosted Shriekfest October 4th-7th at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Shriekfest screened almost 40 films and had 30 screenplay finalists and 10 original song finalists. Read on for the winners.
The 12th Annual Shriekfest Horror/SciFi Film Festival and Screenplay Competition kicked off with a raucous Opening Party last night, and of course we were there to photograph the talent on the carpet and get the lowdown on this year’s event. Read on!
Even with Albert Pujols and a slew of Red Sox coming to town this year, Los Angeles won't be seeing the World Series, but judging by the film lineup for the 12th Annual Shriekfest, LA is getting something even better.
One of the premier horror festivals in the country is the Los Angeles-based Shriekfest. This year Shriekfest enters its 12th season and has now dropped the deadline date for film entries. Filmmakers, read on for the details.
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.
And the praise continues to come in for director Mike Flanagan's stunning atmospheric thriller Absentia as the film nabbed the Grand Jury prize during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival awards ceremony last night, closing out the Shriekfest's four-day celebration of the world of independent horror.
In the horror musical The Dead Inside, we meet tortured young lovers Wes and Fi, and while their love for each other burns strong, artistically their hearts have been locked in a box for years. Wes is a burned out photographer paying the bills by shooting weddings, and Fi is the writer's blocked author of a series of zombie novellas called "The Dead Survive."
Y2K hysteria and vicious hillbillies. They go together almost as well as peanut butter and jelly, right? At least that's what director Kenneth Cran is hoping with his latest flick, The Millennium Bug, slated to screen during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival in Los Angeles on Friday, September 30th at 10:15 pm at Raleigh Studios (5300 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood).
In writer/director Micah Levin's indie thriller Opus, seven strangers show up at an empty house to star in an independent horror film, none the wiser of the misdeeds to follow. Each of the seven cast members are hand-picked from online submission videos by a mysterious director to be part of an unscripted horror film.