Feeling parched for some horror comedy? Then pull up a chair and get ready for all sorts of beverage-induced hilarity with Dread Central’s own Andrew Kasch’s short film Thirsty, which we are proud to debut (for 24 hours only!) as part of our Indie Horror Month celebration this March.
Indie Horror Month Announcement: Dread to Premiere Short Films Thirsty and Summer of the Zombies This Week
For the second week of our month-long Indie Horror Month celebration, Dread Central decided to amp up the awesome and debut two fantastic short films on March 14th and 16th.
In Minnesota? Looking for some free indie horror action? Then we have some info on a free double bill that you're not going to want to miss! Grab a raincoat and bring a drink! Things may just get really sticky!
Here at Dread Central we love seeing the indie filmmaker make good. You just never know where the next big director is going to come from. We can tell you, however, what one of the craziest is up to next. Get ready to open Jonathan Lewis' The Black Box! From the Press Release:
It's time to see if your shorts and features made the cut - Shriekfest 2009, which runs October 1st-4th, 2009, has released the titles of those films that have made its 2009 Finalists list.
While there’s been no shortage of horror festivals in recent years, it’s cool to see another one taking shape, this one in Seattle, WA. If you’re in the area, or you’re up for a road trip, this one looks like it’s going to be worth checking out!
It's been a long time coming for those of us who have been following the progress of the short film called "Thirsty" since its inception, but we're pleased to announce that it will be having its world premiere this Friday, August 7th, at midnight, during the 13th annual Rhode Island International Film Festival. Way to go, guys!
We first told you about the film adaption of the Joe Knetter story, Thirsty (story here) just a couple of weeks ago and holy shit do we have more for ya!
We've all been there, man. Driving alone down the highway with billboards and bad radio being your only company. Then you see it ... its warm inviting glow beckoning you to make a pit-stop -- the late night convenience store!