2001 Maniacs director Tim Sullivan dropped us a line with a first look at the upcoming horror comedy Bloody Bloody Bible Camp, which promises to be all sorts of blasphemous!
Director Josh Vargas (Sway) dropped us another line today updating us on the casting for his remake of the S.F. Brownrigg film Don't Look in the Basement. There's good stuff coming, folks.
Some more details have come in for those of you starving for your fix of Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams. If you're in Texas, you're going to be in for one hell of a good time!
Ready for some new character images from Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams? Of course you are! What better way could there be to kick off the weekend than by spending some time fearing when the South will rise again?
The wait is nearly over to see Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, and we have a teaser peek at the official Blu-ray/DVD artwork to prove it!
It seems like we've been waiting to see 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams forever, so it's with relief that today's news is helping put an end date in sight.
Director Tim Sullivan just returned to the States from his whirlwind 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams UK Tour and has dropped some exclusive screengrabs on Dread Central ... along with a couple of pics of Sullivan with three very familiar faces.
Finally we get our first look at the artwork for Tim Sullivan's long anticipated sequel 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, which is set to hit DVD/Blu-ray in the UK on July 5th. No word on a domestic release yet, but we should have something for you soon. In the interim ... dig it!
Tim Sullivan's crazed sequel 2001 Maniacs - Field of Screams is ready to introduce a little Southern hospitality to the UK, and we've got the skinny for all you fans across the pond!
Just heard from director Tim Sullivan regarding the premiere of his latest film 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams. Apparently the good folks of Glasgow will be getting the first look at this tale of hellbilly inspired mayhem and carnage!
Hey Driftwood fans! In case you were unaware, there's a nifty auction going on right now which offers you the chance to take home a bit of horror history!
It’s not often in the world of horror you can use the term wunderkind, but J.D. Lifshitz might be just that and then some. At 17 years old, Lifshitz is anything but your average teenager. He recently finished filming his first feature film, Killed on the Fourth of July, during the summer of 2009 after writing the script and securing independently-raised funding alongside his partner Josh Adams.
It’s Wednesday, December 2nd (and incidentally this scribe’s birthday), when I arrive to the set of VH1 and Joke Productions’ reality series "Scream Queens 2". The show is shooting in a foreboding manse made infamous by its use in Rob Zombie’s Halloween (and across the street from the house Wes Craven made iconic in People Under the Stairs) off Western Avenue in Los Angeles, CA.
Another exclusive image from Tim Sullivan's upcoming sicko-sequel 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams has fallen into our laps but that's not the only cool news here ... Director Tim Sullivan is reaching out to fans to add a bit music to the carnage? Who wouldn't want their band associated with Tim's special brand of mayhem and fun?!?
It was just a few short months ago that we had the honor of meeting teenage horror uber-fan J.D. Lifshitz. We were at a Fango convention, and this dude knew how to light up a room with his enthusiasm. Horror fans are a rare breed, and usually when we put our minds to something, we set out to get it done. At just 17 years old the kid has begun living the dream, and it's with great pleasure and pride that we let you guys know that his very first film, Killed on the Fourth of July, will be slashing its way to your home soon.