We've done a lot of cool things here at Dread Central over the years, but one that stands out among the crowd was our participation with filmmaker Drew Daywalt to bring his fantastic web series Camera Obscura to the masses. A few weeks ago we let you know about a mobile game version of the spooky property, and now we have even more coolness to drop on you!
Nowadays everyone has a web series. There are so many out there that it's getting harder and harder to point you to the ones that are worth your time; however, in the case of "Viva Berlin"... well, let's just say that you'll see for yourself.
Two guys walk into a bar... which is strange because you would think if the first guy walked into it, the second guy would have seen it! *rim shot* Wocka, wocka, wocka! Ah, to be a funny man. And that is the subject of the new web series presented by Daily Motion entitled, just that, The Funny Man. However, this dude is anything but funny and actually seems really difficult to get along with.
A month ago we got the first word on a new web series entitled "NYPDM" about a world where a pair of unusual detectives pull back the curtain of shadows and lies that surround the unnatural criminal underground of New York City. Now the first four episodes are available, and we have them for you right here to check out along with a few stills and an update provided to us by producer Monique Yamaguchi.
Ladies and gentlemen, Chopper has arrived. And the tense initial offering has set the stage for the horror that is sure to come. Featuring a showdown between horror big boys Tyler Mane and Andrew Bryniarski, the first episode of Chopper, entitled Slice 1, certainly does a nice job setting the stage in the biker-themed horror series.
It was back in the summer of 2010 that we first reported on Joe Wilson's web series Vampire Mob, and now we've heard from Joe that Season Two has begun with six episodes already available, including “Dinner for Six” with cast members Kirsten Vangsness ("Criminal Minds"), Emmy winner Marcia Wallace ("The Simpsons") and Tony winner Rae Allen ("The Sopranos").
Remember the Camera Obscura web series from Drew Daywalt that we featured last October? Well, Camera Obscura is now available as a mobile game that you can download to your smart phones to go along with your Angry Birds.
Former NBA star Rick Fox is well-known for his acting prowess. Now he's taking on a new entertainment venture. Fox is producing a web series entitled Hysteria, directed by Frank Lin, which is divided into 26 segments. The producers are releasing one piece a day until Halloween.
Are you looking for that next killer app for your smartphone? Have you bashed every pig you could find in Angry Birds and need a new challenge? Well then, look no further because our friends at MWG Entertainment have you covered with the upcoming launch of the Camera Obscura mobile app.
Producer Monique Yamaguchi sent over word about a new web series she's working on entitled "NYPDM" about a world where a pair of unusual detectives pull back the curtain of shadows and lies that surround the unnatural criminal underground of New York City. Check out the trailer and let us know what you think!
Coming speeding at us like a bat out of hell is Tyler Mane's new web series, Chopper, and we've finally nailed down the details concerning when you'll be able to take the ride! Dig it!
It's hard to believe that we're about a decade removed from the release of the epic Neil Marshall werewolf movie Dog Soldiers, but alas, time flies. With a sequel looming in the distance, Kismet Entertainment has released a trailer for the new web series Dog Soldiers: Legacy, which leads up to the eventual Part 2. Dig it!
Season Two of the popular web series Throwing Stones is well on its way, and to help usher in its arrival, we have some new eye candy for you fans of the spooky antics of Blair High to dig upon! Check it out!
Coming up in the industry, one of the first folks we met was FX artist Ralis Kahn, and we were drawn to him because ... well ... he is just as sick as we are, and that's a rarity! So naturally when he wrote in today with the first word on his new web series, we immediately sat up and took notice.
When it comes to web series, it seems as if everyone and their grandmother has one either online now, in production, or just getting started. That's why we use a lot of discretion when reporting about them and only bring you the good stuff. Case in point: "The Dead Hour".