Exclusive: Slamdance 2010 Report: Amber Benson's Drones, The Last Lovecraft, The Scenesters, and More!
Last week Dread Central's own Heather Wixson (aka The Horror Chick) and Brian Dreads packed up and headed off to the snow-covered hills of Park City, Utah for both the Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals.
Of all the films playing at this year's Slamdance, one of the ones we're most excited for is Henry Saine's horror comedy The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu. Why? Because it looks nothing short of badass! Check out the trailer and judge for yourselves!
Tony, the UK import about a London serial killer, has a brand new quad poster for you fiends to dig on, and of course we have it here. Tony is the debut feature from Gerard Johnson and is being called one of the most important and disturbing British films of recent years.
As a means to gear up for its run at this year's Slamdance 2010, some new stills and even a one-sheet have debuted for the psycho thriller YellowBrickRoad. Which way will you follow?
Just yesterday we brought you the first ever stills from the UK import slasher flick Tony, and now today we have a brand new trailer for you fiends to dig on. That's what we call progress!
Several new stills from the new serial killer import out of the UK, Tony, have found their way online today, and they're about as awkward as a film about a misfit killer would be!
As part of Slamdance 2010, 64 short films were chosen from around the world and of all genres to debut in Park City during the fest. Today we heard from the director of one of them, Pierre Ayotte, who pointed us in the direction of the trailer for his submission, "Massacrator".
Another film has been added to the already packing roster for Slamdance 2010, this one a UK import that's been causing quite the buzz. Sit back, dear readers, and get set to meet Tony.
Everyone has that one road in their home towns or cities. You know the one you just don't go down and avoid at all costs? Three new stills have surfaced for YellowBrickRoad in anticipation of its debut at Slamdance '10, and we have them for you without the peril caused by all those nasty twists and turns!
Slamdance, which runs concurrently with Park City’s Sundance Film Festival, has announced its 2010 line-up, and there are several choices that look to make genre fans sit up and take notice.