We're getting closer, kids! Pretty soon Tom Six's The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence will be slithering our way, but for now Entertainment Weekly scored the first official image from the film featuring the two big bads taking a stroll!
Some truly cringe-worthy (that is, if you have an aversion to insects) sales art is here for The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence, and we have every slithery pixel of it for you! Dig it!
Well, this is some interesting casting news we didn't see coming! Three more fairly big names have been added to the cast of the currently shooting The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence, and we have all the details right here.
This Friday, Jules Stewart's edgy and challenging directorial debut K-11 arrives in limited theaters courtesy of Breaking Glass Pictures. Featuring an eclectic cast of characters, the indie prison-centric thriller is a bold introduction from the seasoned script supervisor.
Indie Horror Month Exclusive: Tiny Lister Talks K-11, New Friday Sequel; Reflects on No Holds Barred, Prison and More
Since making his feature film debut in the 1985 flick Runaway Train, Tommy "Tiny" Lister has worked on over 160 projects, quickly becoming one of the most recognizable character actors of modern cinema.
Rock band Viza released their latest album, Carnivalia, late last year. Now we get a video for the title track of the album featuring legendary horror actor Angus Scrimm. Come on in and get a look at the Phantasm icon in action!
Dread Center and yours truly caught up with filmmaker Greg Beville this week to get the lowdown on Blackstar Canyon, an indie horror feature currently in pre-production which he wrote and will direct. Read on for the first details.
The new supernatural action flick Lazarus Papers pairs Danny Trejo (Machete), Bai Ling (Crank 2), Tommy "Tiny" Lister (The Fifth Element), and Gary Daniels (The Expendables) in a tale of an immortal on a quest to find out why he keeps rising from the dead.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Renee O'Connor, Tim DeKay, Tiny Lister, Amanda Crew, Bill Parks, Carlos Leon Directed by Declan O'Brien