As proof that sometimes the little guy does indeed get a break, we got word this morning that Jay Woelfel's indie film Live Evil has gotten itself theatrical distribution.
Although Twitter keeps getting most of the attention these days, Facebook is still a pretty valuable resource as well. Case in point: Ezra Buzzington's post pointing us in the direction of the trailer for his upcoming film New Terminal Hotel.
We've been following the progress of Halo 8 and Matt Pizzolo's "illustrated film" adaptation of the Godkiller comic for some time now, and finally our patience has paid off with the release of its official trailer.
One upcoming project that has definitely got our attention is the "illustrated film" adaptation of Godkiller, written and directed by Matt Pizzolo based on the comic book of the same name he created with illustrator Anna Muckcracker. As previously reported, genre faves Tiffany Shepis, Danielle Harris, Lance Henriksen, and Bill Moseley are all lending their voice talents to the project.
We're sure most horror fans would like nothing more than to wake up on Christmas day to find current scream queen Tiffany Shepis wrapped up with a pretty bow under their trees, but you know what we want here at Dread Central? A full scale zombie invasion!
Things have been really quiet news-wise concerning the little anthology that could, Monsterpiece Theatre. In all honesty the movie presented by John Carl Buechler and Ethan Terra has a lot going for it -- good effects, good writing, and a great cast that includes Tiffany Shepis, Kane Hodder, Eileen Dietz, and a host of genre personalities including two chubby bald guys whom you may just recognize immediately!
Today is all about horror icon news! Genre legends Lance Henriksen, Bill Moseley, and Tiffany Shepis, along with Justin Pierre (singer of Motion City Soundtrack) and Davey Havok (singer of A.F.I.), have signed on for the "illustrated film" adaptation of Godkiller, written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Matt Pizzolo based on the comic book of the same name he created with illustrator Anna Muckcracker.
The award winning indie horror flick Rule of Three (review) is getting some well deserved recognition worldwide and has been picked up to be broadcast overseas on Hart D. Fisher's "American Horrors" program.
The DVD art for Dark Reel (review) has shown up online, and for reasons that will be obvious when you click on it to see it full-size, we’re pretty damn happy with it!
Word just came in from Ethan Terra that Corey Haim and his soon to be Mrs., the-ever-so hot Tiffany Shepis, have officially joined the cast of the latest horror anthology Monsterpiece Theatre, which as you know features some of the writing stylings of our own Joe Knetter.
This morning we got a heads up from indie workhorse Lee Perkins about the poster for one of his latest starring roles, Live Evil. The poster is below; it was first seen at AFM but apparently we missed it...
In the future vampires and creatures less than vampires fight one another for the honor of feasting on the last remaining pureblooded humans. You see, anything that can possibly change our blood makes it instantly undrinkable for a vampire. At least that’s the future according to Jay Woelfel’s Live Evil.
The pic you see to your right is one of a whole slew of new images from Adam Gierasch’s upcoming Night of the Demons remake, which is rolling as we speak!
Earlier this week the local indie mavens making Beg, which to date had the likes of Tony Moran and Tiffany Shepis to boast in its cast, got the chance to add Tony Todd to their list of horror stars, and we’ve got the photographic evidence to prove it!