Submitted by UncleMortimer on Tue, 11/16/2010 - 07:07
With three of the six episodes having been shown most fans can't wait for AMC's second season of "The Walking Dead" to get started. Well according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, it may be a long wait. AMC is planning to launch the 13-episode second season next October. The reason is simple - Fearfest. AMC's annual horror movie marathon was the perfect promotional platform to ramp up interest for The Walking Dead, which also took advantage of the higher audience levels during the fall. They plan on using the same strategy next fall with season two. Enjoy the next three remaining episodes in season one because it's going to be a long wait for more zombie goodness from AMC!
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Fri, 11/12/2010 - 10:30
The mastermind behind "Beverly Lane" writer/director Joshua Hull, in association with DREAD CENTRAL, has announced a really cool contest. Hull is looking for the next character/killer for his next project titled "Idiot Gore" - a slasher comedy which Hull describes as "Tropic Thunder meets Halloween". According to dreadcentral.com the contest will work as follows. Between November 12th and December 31st, contestants should submit artwork and a brief "killer bio", along with name address, telephone number and age to email@example.com
Then in January 2011, Dread Central readers will get to vote for the top three submissions. For full details, visit DREAD CENTRAL
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Fri, 11/12/2010 - 09:59
Image Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to Hammer's film The Resident. Slated to hit theaters sometime next spring, THE RESIDENT stars two-time Academy Award® winner Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hammer icon Sir Christopher Lee. The film is a psychological thriller in the style of Hammer's classic "mini-Hitchcocks" of the 1960s. Full press release and scene art are below.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Tue, 11/09/2010 - 15:38
Teasers, sample tracks, excerpts... what ever you'd like to call it. Here's a sampling of our latest CD release THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER. Also see additional behind the scenes photos from the Burbank recording session. Check it out below!
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Thu, 11/04/2010 - 09:26
Below are four promotional trailers for our latest Audio Drama release - THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER. We would greatly appreciate it if everyone would consider posting one of these trailers on their Facebook, Myspace, Web Site, blog, etc.
Remember, this is a charity project. We're donating 75% of ALL first year net profits to "A World Fit For Kids" and we need your help to spread the word about this project.
Each cast member has their own trailer - Kevin Sorbo, Jim O'Rear, John Billingsley and Bonita Friedericy. Pick out your favorite and grab the link or embed code at the end of the trailer. Thanks in advance for your help in making this "A World Fit For Kids".
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Tue, 11/02/2010 - 12:37
Well it should be obvious now that we missed our projected October release of THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER on compact disc. The distributor had this project tied up for about seven weeks. This should have only taken one week which would have let us release it around the second week in October. No reason to cry over spilled milk. It was out of our control.
The good news is THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER was very quietly released today. That's right - it's now available for purchase.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 13:11
Grace, the acclaimed horror film from writer/director Paul Solet won the “Best Indie or Foreign Disc” Award October 12 at the 2nd Annual Grim Reaper Awards. Solet accepted the award during the ceremony, held at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Grace, the 2009 Sundance Film Festival sensation about a new mother (Jordan Ladd, Cabin Fever, Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof) coping with her baby’s increasing hunger for human blood, beat out such titles in the category as Albino Farm (MTI), Mother (Magnolia), The Shadow Within (MTI), and Taxidermia (eOne). Grace is an Indigomotion release of an ArieScope Pictures Production in association with Dark Eye Entertainment, produced by Ingo Vollkammer, Cory Neal, Adam Green and Kevin DeWalt.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 13:05
We just received a few photos from the second annual Reaper Awards that took place on Tuesday night at The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, CA - a joint venture between home entertainment industry leader Home Media Magazine and our friends over at DreadCentral.com
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 03:50
Still art images are now in from the upcoming release of "Vampires Suck" brought to you by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Still art and box art follow the article.
Think sparkling vampires suck? Then you're gonna love this upcoming spoof film from Twentieth Century Fox.
Get ready for sassy dancing werewolves, vampires at the prom and incessant teen melodrama when Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment brings VAMPIRES SUCK to homes everywhere November 30. Get your hands on VAMPIRES SUCK just in time for the holidays, and laugh so loud at the clever, vampire-romance spoof that you will wake the dead. This story of unconventional, teenage love is available on both Blu-ray and DVD with an extended unrated version, tons of deleted scenes, and a gag reel to keep you in stitches.