We have talked a lot about the upcoming Eighties inspired slasher flick The Axeman at Cutter's Creek, and now it's finally time to tease you with a little more eye candy. Get ready for a first look teaser trailer!
In the fall of last year we ventured into the mountains just outside of Big Bear, California, to the set of then-filming feature Axeman at Cutter’s Creek and while there chatted with many of the flick’s principal players.
A second still from writer/director Joston Theney's Axeman at Cutter's Creek has come in, and this one features Theney in front of the camera in the role of "Darren," who is finally ready to make his move. But is it as a hero or a villain?
Since announcing its full cast lineup last August, we haven't heard much about writer/director Joston Theney's Axeman at Cutter's Creek, but now the first production still from the film has arrived courtesy of independent production company Blood Red Films.
Director Jay Woelfel has just released the first trailer, poster, and a few production stills for his upcoming gore-gasm, Season of Darkness, and of course we have them right here.
We've been talking about John Wildman's horror flick Stripped for about two years now, and we are extremely happy to report that the little indie flick that's home to some stunning eye candy is finally gettin' cookin'!
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.
A new psychological horror flick is headed our way from indie director Ivan Zuccon, and it's packing enough blood and eye candy to more than grab our attention. Need proof? Check out the first trailer for Wrath of the Crows.
Some trailers focus on grossing you out. The bloody mouths, the stumped limbs, the overall yuck factor of it all. Some trailers focus on sexual deviancy, up-skirt shots, copulating with members of the clergy or fornicating behind a butcher's counter. The ambitious filmmakers behind Psycho Street decided to just go on ahead and throw it all into one pretty extreme trailer. Wow.
Ginger-Stein: Rise of the Undead, the First Mini-Series in the Ginger-Stein Franchise, Begins October 11th
It was a little over a year ago that we first heard about Dennis Willman's new comic series Ginger-Stein: Rise of the Undead, and now that the first issue is about to launch on Tuesday, October 11th, we have a lot more details and an image gallery to share.
It's no secret that here at DC we love us some Tiffany Shepis, and any time we get the chance, we're more than happy to point you in the direction of yet another horror flick starring this delectable creature! Read on for details.
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!
With Image Entertainment's Blu-ray and DVD release of The Violent Kind just a few weeks away (it hits store shelves on May 10th), the good folks at Image have released a new trailer for the flick, and of course we have it for you here! Synopsis:
Good. Bad. It doesn't matter. If Tiffany Shepis is in a movie, then we will be sure to watch it. Her next film out of the gate? American World Pictures' release of The Frankenstein Syndrome, and we've got a trailer and a release date for you!
Undoubtedly the modern independent horror landscape would be a very different place had Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz not taken a gamble on making a horror film in the 1980s. Kaufman, seeing the potential to reach horror fans everywhere, unleashed The Toxic Avenger in 1985, and the horror world has been a very different place ever since Toxie hit the streets.