Steven R. Monroe
We told you back in May that there is a sequel on the way to 2008's teen-friendly horror flick The Haunting of Molly Hartley from director Steven R. Monroe, and today we have the official word that The Exorcism of Molly Hartley is officially on the horizon!
Japan's Aokigahara forest, or the Suicide Forest, is widely considered one of the most frightening places on the planet and for good reason. Read on for details concerning the latest film set in this sinister locale.
We live in a world in which pointless sequels are thrown at us like balls being hurled at an annoying clown in a dunking tank. Yes, that's a given, but sometimes even we have to wonder just what in the world goes through people's minds.
Held Thursday, May 2nd, in Hollywood, CA, the Dread Central co-sponsored private industry screening of Steven R. Monroe’s Monika was a resounding success. Read on for photos from the carpet and a few comments from star and co-executive producer Cerina Vincent.
Because we love our readers, here's a chance to win a pair of passes to a special L.A. press screening of director Steven R. Monroe's revenge thriller MoniKa, starring actress Cerina Vincent. Read on for the details!
Here to kick off your work week is an update on the CineTel Films-produced rape 'n revenge flick I Spit on Your Grave Too.
On Saturday, February 23rd, the Syfy Original Movie End of the World hits the airwaves, and we have a look at the flick's trailer and a still right here.
I Spit on Your Grave Too. We're still not sure if that title is incredibly clever or extremely bad. In any event, CinTel Films has released the official synopsis for the upcoming flick, and you can read it right here after you stop staring at that amazing ass.
It’s been a while since we brought you an update on I Spit on Your Grave director Steven R. Monroe's latest feature, MoniKa, although the wait is now over. The Cerina Vincent-starring revenge thriller is slated to have its premiere this Friday, July 20th, at the Las Vegas Film Festival.
We caught up recently with I Spit on Your Grave star Sarah Butler, director Steven R. Monroe and producer Lisa Hansen, who weighed in on the status of a potential sequel to their 2010 redux as well as on the alternate ending to the which remake audiences didn’t see! Read on.
In Part 2 of our coverage of Dread Central's set visit to writer/director Steven R. Monroe’s psychological revenge thriller MoniKa last June at the Big Picture Soundstage in Burbank, California, we continue our chat with the film’s star, Cerina Vincent, regarding the titular role, her long-standing working relationship with Monroe, the latest in her Hot Chick book series, and more. In addition we're pleased to present the debut of the film's poster.
Dread hit the set of writer/director Steven R. Monroe’s feature film MoniKa last year at the Big Picture Soundstage in Burbank, California, and while there chatted with him candidly regarding the then-shooting violent psychological revenge thriller, as well as with the flick’s star Cerina Vincent. Read on for Part 1 of our extensive interview.
As a young man, he assisted a cross-dressing alien in evading the feds in Spielberg’s 1982 smash-hit E.T. The Extraterrestrial and was told to “Stay gold, Ponyboy,” in Coppola’s 1983 drama The Outsiders. He made famous the battle-cry ‘Wolverines!’ in John Milius’ 1984 Cold War flick Red Dawn and as ‘Jim Halsey’ nearly ate a french-fried finger in director Robert Harmon’s 1986 horror classic The Hitcher. Years later, and with nearly 150 titles to his credit, C. Thomas Howell sat down with us to discuss with candor his varied career as well as his role in Steven R. Monroe’s upcoming feature MoniKa. Read on!