We've been talking about the indie horror flick Fetch for well over a year now around these parts, and the good news is that it's coming your way in just a few weeks. The weird news? It's under a new title, American Maniacs.
The next installment from the Bloody Disgusting Selects series, the horror comedy Chop, is heading to DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download on December 27th, and to get everyone geared up for it, we have three stills from the film to share.
Some fresh art, info, and even a trailer for the next flick in the Bloody Disgusting Selects line has come our way, and we've got all the goodies you need to get yourself geared up for Chop!
The 2011 Fantasia Film Festival is in full swing up in Montreal, Canada, and of course Trembles is on the scene. One of the fest's devilish delights, Trent Haaga's feature-length directorial debut Chop, is the subject of this week's Motion Picture Purgatory. Read on for the full review!
And Bloody Disgusting Selects snags itself yet another distro deal for some quality indie horror, this time coming from Trent Haaga and his latest horror comedy, Chop!
Around a week or so ago a story hit online regarding the sequel to the amazing indie flick Deadgirl. Even a possible plot was outlined. Today the man behind the movie, Trent Haaga, offered his two cents. From Haaga's blog:
If you missed Trent Haaga's Deadgirl at festivals or on DVD, do yourself a favor ... Rectify that situation immediately. The film is nothing short of riveting and features an absolutely fearless performance from star Jenny Spain. Like all good movies, talk of a sequel has begun to rumble ...
Okay, wiseguys. You've been mouthin' off a little too much lately, ya see? That means it's time to button ya lip, and focus your peepers on a bit of new eye candy (and wow is Shepis eye candy) for Bonnie and Clyde vs. Dracula.
Don't fill up your Halloween dance card just yet. Filmmaker Alex Bram is presenting some of the most promising new voices in horror at the second annual Carnival of Darkness Film Festival. Filled with haunting and disturbing short films from across the world, the fest takes place at LA Film School on Thursday, October 28th.
Charles Band's evil clown flick Killjoy came out in 2000. A sequel followed in 2002. I was under the impression that these films were not exactly warmly received, certainly not enough to warrant a third installment eight years later.
One thing that can really make or break a horror film is the choice of music for its soundtrack, and no one is more aware of that than Fetch producer Theodore Loscalzo, who dropped us a line with a little behind-the-scenes info on the scoring process for the film along with a few clips of the types of music we can expect to hear in the finished product.
Some more goodies have come to light regarding indie maven Trent Haaga's (writer of the acclaimed flick Deadgirl) latest slice of blood soaked carnage, Chop! Yes, dear reader, it is time for some production stills and the one-sheet!
Here at Dread Central we pride ourselves on our support of the little guys, aka the indie films that you might not hear about otherwise. To thank us -- and our readers -- DrippingDead Films has made available five full-size posters from Fetch printed on vellum and signed by the film's stars Ashlynn Yennie, Shawn G. Smith, and Jason Curtis Miller for us to give away
We've been following the progress of indie flick Fetch for a while now so it's great to see that the filmmakers have set a premiere date, and we've got the early word on the when and where right here!
We've been telling you guys about the indie film Fetch for some time now, and today Dread Central is pleased to debut the first official poster for the film provided to us by producer Ted LoScalzo of DrippingDead Films.