With James Gunn moving on to other things, the question beckoned: Who would be at the helm of this season's "Scream Queens" for VH1? It didn't take long for the answer to come.
And the news keeps trucking in this weekend, but this time it's not AFM related! We just got our claws on a brand new exclusive image from the recently retitled sequel from Tim Sullivan, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams. Check it out!
Just a few scant hours after the announcement of the change in the film's title, we've gotten our grubby blood-soaked claws into three exclusive new images for you from Tim Sullivan's newly retitled 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams! Get ready for the South to rise again -- ever so violently!
Just in time for AFM a little title change has gone on concerning Tim Sullivan's follow-up to 2001 Maniacs. The subtitle The Beverly Hellbillys has been ditched, and in its place we now have Field of Screams, making the full title for anyone not playing along 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams.
How rare is it that you get the opportunity to learn from one of the genre's staple filmmakers? If you plan on attending the Big Bear Horror Festival this weekend, you'll be getting that very chance as director Tim Sullivan will be appearing to teach a special "Slash Course" and show the first Maniacs film!
To say that we're eagerly awaiting Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys is a bit of an understatement. The dude is just one of us through and through as evidenced by the gleeful amount of sick he puts into his films. This coming sequel looks to be no different!
Just a few days after the teaser art for 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys dropped, we've now gotten our hands on the official word concerning Tim Sullivan's sequel and the first ever stills for you guys to dig on!
One sequel we're gleefully anticipating around the Dread Central offices is Tim Sullivan's follow-up to his remake of the "classic" Herschell Gordon Lewis flick 2000 Maniacs, entitled 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys! Why? Because Sullivan is a madman and gets what it is that he's making ... a no holds barred non-stop gore-laden freak-out with its tongue planted firmly in its cheek.
With Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 quickly becoming a reality, little bits of news have trickled out here and there such as casting announcements, etc. How about some real details?
The sickos over at Icons of Fright have fulfilled their promise of delivering more “pirate” commentaries today with not one but two exclusive commentaries for Tom Holland’s classic Fright Night!
A while back before he became a director, Tim Sullivan used to write a column in which he would candidly interview horror luminaries called Shock N Roll. It was always a favorite of mine, and now it's making its triumphant return!
You may recall that a few months back we did a story about Tim Sullivan (2001 Maniacs, Driftwood) making first mention of a new film he was working on called Clowns ("Sullivan Talks Clowns, Blood” – December 2007).
Well, this weekend will see the second annual Fear Fest, in case you couldn’t tell by our constant screaming about it on every corner of the site, and to prepare for the debauchery that shall follow, we decided to have a nice, sane conversation about it.
We here at Dread Central and the fine fiends over at Pit of Horror do our best to make sure everything works out perfectly for our upcoming Fear Fest 2, but like conventions of every kind, changes are bound to occur. First let's start off with the bad news.
Hey, remember the last story I did when I said we had the final lineup for Fear Fest 2008, going down this March 7th-9th in Dallas, TX? Yeah, I guess I was kinda kidding about it being final final, cause we have more names to add!