Stealth Media Group
The living dead are running amok in the Wild West in the new flick from Joshua C. Birch and Michael Du-Shane entitled Bullets for the Dead, and we have the sales art and more for you budding buckaroos.
Another flick on its way to AFM 2013 from Stealth Media Group is the witchy new flick The Coven, and right now we have the artwork along with the sales trailer for you! Check them out!
More goodies have come our way just in time for this year's American Film Market, and next on tap is another flick which deals with the dead in all sorts of wonderfully wicked ways. Read on for the skinny on Tower of the Dead.
Word is coming out of the 2013 Cannes Film Fest that UK-based Stealth Media Group and Cathartic Pictures have teamed up to produce a revolving slate of films, and the first two projects will be a zombie Western and a vampire flick. Read on for the first few details.
World War II and Dracula. Two things that go together like Rankin and Bass, peanut butter and jelly, me and my profound curiosity as to why men have nipples. Either way, we've got some nifty new sales art for ya!
It's been a while since we last spoke about Stealth Media Group's latest film, Manor Hunt Ball, which is a retelling of Richard Connell's classic story The Most Dangerous Game, but the cast has filled out and we've got the details for ya!
And the fourth story today about a movie with the word "dark" somewhere in its title has come our way, this time for the mysterious Dark Peak, which we last told you about a few months ago during AFM. Dark Peak is a sci-fi thriller in the vein of The Philadelphia Experiment meets The Descent and based on a true story.
We make no bones about it ... the original Kingdom of the Spiders is a big-time favorite here around the Dread Central offices. The flick was badass, starred William Shatner, and was home to one of the best endings we've ever seen in a horror film.
Every day unexplained things happen all over the world. Sometimes several times in the same exact place. That's right, kids! Time to dig on a new flick that examines the unknown and is based upon "actual events".
One of our favorite films around the DC offices is without question the William Shatner classic Kingdom of the Spiders.
Balls can be the source of lots of fun -- and we're not just talking about the secret policeman's other one! (Oh, Monty Python. How we miss you.) Actually this particular Ball has no comedic edge. In fact, this one is all about the action and horror baby. Hopefully of the gore soaked variety.