It’s competition time again for all of our wonderful fans in the UK, and this time we have a delightful heaping of gore up for grabs in the form of five copies of Meat Grinder, courtesy of 4Digital Media. Synopsis:
And the Friday trailer bus keeps on rolling. This time we've got a look at the upcoming UK thriller Basement on tap for you. In case you can't tell horror from a hole in the ground.
A while back we told you about an indie film called The Deadlines that was looking to get into the Guinness Book of World Records by shooting a ninety-minute horror film in the span of 24 hours. Well, it looks as if they've succeeded, and we've got a still to prove it!
If you’re in the UK and haven’t signed up to the Film4 Frightfest newsletter, you really should. Since we love you so much, though, we thought we’d give you all a heads up on how you could be the first to see some exclusive footage from Saw 3D this weekend (Saturday, August 14th to be exact) with Cary Elwes in attendance! This is extremely time sensitive so READ IT NOW!
Daniel Grou's intense revenge thriller 7 Days, or Les 7 jours du talion for you purists out there, is getting set to make its UK DVD debut on August 23rd (we Yanks are going to have to wait until September 28th), and we've got the artwork and a trailer for you!
Although its originally announced premiere month of July has come and gone, we've received confirmation that Splintered, the debut feature from production company Not A Number and director Simeon Halligan, will indeed be hitting UK cinemas in just a few short weeks - September 3rd to be exact.
Another film playing at this year's Film4 FrightFest is the new werewolf thriller 13Hrs, and to celebrate, we have a couple of fresh stills for you. Also, for a few tiny looks at the creature itself, visit Shock Till You Drop.
Finally the trailer has come for Paul Andrew (The Cottage) Williams' latest terror tale, Cherry Tree Lane, which will be making its premiere at this year's Film4 FrightFest. Have a look! Synopsis
Here at Dread Central we work pretty friggin' quickly to make sure that you sickos are as up-to-date as possible in regard to the things going bump in the night in our genre. Just hours ago we showed you the UK quad poster for Night of the Demons (review here) remake from director Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson, and now we've got a bunch of sexy and gory stills for you to drool over.
It’s always great when those inside the filmmaking biz get in touch to turn us on to some of the more interesting upcoming releases so we were delighted when prolific producer Jonathan Sothcott (Dead Cert, The Asphyx remake) gave us a heads-up regarding the UK DVD release of Robert Pratten’s indie body-horror Mindflesh.
Oh, how we envy our friends in the UK from time to time. While we have to settle for home video, they're getting to see the Night of the Demons (review here) remake from director Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson on the big screen. Le sigh.
A slight change has occurred to the lineup of the UK's popular horror film festival Film4 FrightFest due to the withdrawal of Kaboom by its director Gregg Araki. But no worries; Plan B is now in effect, and writer/director Brett Anstey's Damned by Dawn will be screening in its place.
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Mitsuru Fukikoshi, Issei Ishida, Shintaro Matsubara, Airi Nakajima Directed by Tak Sakaguchi Distributed by MVM Entertainment