Lately everyone has a web series. We're inundated with dozens of requests for coverage every week, but if we covered them all, that's all you would see news about. So, in the interest of cherry picking and only pointing you guys toward the good shit, we've kept things to a minimum. Now then, speaking of things that are worth your time ...
When it comes to reporting on web series, we really try to cherry pick because, let's face it, everybody has one. We've had our eyes on John Herman and Bryan White's "How to Survive the Strange" for a while now, and the first two episodes are finally here!
Web series "How to Survive the Strange" kicks off on May 17th, and in order to whet the public's appetite, creators John Herman and Bryan White have put together a trailer for the show.
As you may recall, Supernatural's web series spin-off "Ghostfacers" debuted on April 15 with two new episodes being added each week. In honor of the occasion, The CW has provided us with video interviews of stars Travis Wester, AJ Buckley, Austin Basis, Brittany Ishibashi, and Mircea Monroe along with a chat with Jim Beaver (aka Bobby from Supernatural) and some footage of the premiere party.
As mentioned in our coverage of the 2010 Streamy Awards, the first two episodes of “Ghostfacers” – the new original shortform series/brand extension of The CW's Supernatural – is set to premiere Thursday, April 15, on CWTV.com; and now we have a few more details to share.
You don't have to wait a second longer to dig on Kevin Pollak's take on the over-saturation of vampires in the genre with his webseries "Vamped Out". In fact, you can dig it now just by reading on!
Legendary comedian Kevin Pollak isn’t generally thought of as a terrifying person. However, the guy who is known in Hollywood for bringing the funny is now bringing the fear (along with some humor) with his new Babelgum comedy web series “Vamped Out.” “Vamped Out” was conceived by Pollak and Jason Antoon (Minority Report) from a simple joke over lunch.
Anyone familiar with Kevin Pollak's work knows that he has a devilishly dark sense of humor. That's also why we're so jazzed about his latest project, Vamped Out. Excited? Cool! We've got all the whens, wheres, and hows regarding how you can dig on it!
During the Craft Awards portion of the 2010 Streamy Awards held the evening of April 7th, Robert Hall's Almost Human Digital Effects Studio took home two awards for its FearNet web series "Fear Clinic", which stars Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Danielle Harris, and Lisa Wilcox.
The Streamy Awards, honoring excellence in Web TV programming, have officially come of age with the announcement that they are not just a one-time thing. In fact, the 2nd Annual Streamy Awards will be taking place in just a few weeks on Sunday, April 11, 2010, LIVE on the Internet.
The web series craze hasn't seemed to catch on with the general public, but as far as the horror genre goes, we have an abundance to choose from. And today we got word of another that looks to be worth at least a few minutes of your time to check out: director and lead actor Russ Cootey's "The Resolve".
Horror satire seems like it's one of the toughest things to nail down. Too often it either falls flat or is just plain stupid. But I've got a good feeling about the folks behind How to Survive the Strange, and if you do, too, you might be able to join them!
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of the sick and twisted Conor (Dead Meat, The Disturbed) McMahon so we thought we'd help him out with a little competition he's involved with over on Ireland's national broadcaster RTÉ for his web series "Zombie Bashers". Read on for how you can get involved.
This just in -- Joe Knetter, Scarlet Salem, and yes, me, Uncle Creepy, have agreed to be a part of Jonathan Moody's new webseries "Scream Queen Campfire", which will feature five beautiful scream queens sitting around a campfire taking turns telling two stories each and giving us ten terrifying and entertaining tales to digest. Just think of how many heaving boobs that can equal up to!
Indie filmmaker Sonny Fernandez has a thing for the Apocalypse. In addition to his film The Last Battleground, in which heaven and hell have an ultimate showdown for control of the earth, he also has a new web series entitled "Down Twisted" that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by war.