Cannes Tidbits Offer the Latest on Zombeavers, The Master Cleanse, Soulmate and The Night Comes For Us
On tap for you today are lots of little morsels of info regarding four upcoming horror films, so let's waste no time and jump right in, shall we?!
In NYC and planning to see Zombeavers at Tribeca? Or maybe you're on the other side of the country like we are and jonesing for any kind of update you can get. Either way, we have the film's new poster to share!
What a way to end a Hump Day! On tap for you cats right now are two Zombeavers stills that showcase the little furry undead bastards doing what they do best... swimming and gnawing! Check 'em out!
Be warned, kids! When the Zombeavers promotional dam breaks, you're likely to be flooded with all manner of goodness. On tap right now in support of the flick's appearance at Tribeca are a few new stills that don't shy away from the red stuff.
The second half of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival's features slate is here, and with films like Zombeavers, Extraterrestrial, Preservation, and Indigenous included in the Midnight section, there's a lot for horror fans to love.
With the Academy Awards right around the corner and films like American Hustle, Her, and Gravity getting all the love, Jordan Rubin's horror comedy Zombeavers is here to remind you that it's pretty friggin' deserving of an Oscar, too!
Zombeavers. It’s all in the title. And given that such a title excites us here at Dread Central (but not in a necrophilia-bestiality kind of way, we promise), we figured it was high time to sit down with director Jordan Rubin to get the skinny on his upcoming horror-comedy feature.
Hailing from the producers of American Pie, Cabin Fever, and The Ring, Jordan Rubin's horror comedy Zombeavers is heading to EFM with Epic Pictures Group so they've released an official trailer and new artwork. Check 'em out!
Just as the VHS revolution of the '80s allowed the little guys to make their own movies and have them inhabit the same space on video store shelves as the high budget movies being made by the big guys, what we're experiencing nowadays could be considered quite the same sort of revolution, only of the digital kind.