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Shriekfest 2011: Exclusive Q&A with Filmmaker Devi Snively

26 September 2011 12:03 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

On Thursday September 29th the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival kicks off in Los Angeles. The festival annually celebrates the best filmmakers working on the independent horror scene and to get you indie horror loving fans out there ready for this year's films, Dread Central will be bringing you a series of exclusive Q&A interviews with many of this year's Shriekfest featured filmmakers over the next week or so.

Check out our first interview with writer/director/producer Devi Snively who's short film Last Seen on Dolores Street will be screening at Shriekfest as part of "Shorts Program #2" on Sunday, October 2nd which begins at 12:00 pm. Snively is no stranger to Shriekfest as several of her other projects have made the festival cut over previous years.

Snively's other short films include Death In Charge, Meat is Murder, I Spit on Eli Roth, Raven Gets a Life, Confederate Zombie Massacre! and Teenage Bikini Vampire. »

- thehorrorchick

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2011 B-Movie Underground And Trash Film Festival: Official Lineup

7 September 2011 4:00 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The B-Movie Underground and Trash Film Festival brings their unique collection of international sleaze on Sept. 7-11 in the city of Breda in the Netherlands. Violence, gore, general grossness and perversion are, once again, near and dear to the heart of this fun fest.

From the U.S., the But Fest is screening a few modern underground classics while also celebrating a few of the old masters. Included in the lineup are Usama Alshaibi‘s mind-blowing Muslim sex worker flick Profane, Zach Clark‘s wild weekend of debauchery Vacation! and Dan Nelson & Drew Bolduc‘s over-the-top The Taint.

Plus, But is honoring Cinema of Transgression mastermind Nick Zedd with several screenings of his classic works, such as Thrust in Me, Police State and Whoregasm, as well as his recent public access TV series Electra Elf.

Other films from around world include horror hits like César Ducasse & Mathieu Peteul’s Dark Souls, »

- Mike Everleth

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Indie Horror Month: Dave Reda's Top Five Independent Horror Films

16 March 2011 5:01 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Writer/director/actor Dave Reda has made a name for himself over the last few years with his indie genre projects including Bit Parts and his most recent effort, Horror of Our Love (which screened recently as part of the Los Angeles Comedy Festival).

We recently caught up with Reda (of Elfwtin Fillms) to find out what his top five indie genre projects are. Check them out below!

1. Hate* (*A Comedy) (Drew Daywalt and David Schneider)

This is one of my most favorite short films... A deadly vengeful speaking chicken and poison chimichangas?? This one is so well made and a total blast. Drew also is the director of the insane short film Polydeus, which is a crazy film centered around an 80's video game. The make-up on the creature is fantastic, too.

2. Death In Charge (Devi Snively)

This is such a cool short film, very well made, and an unusual Grim Reaper. »

- thehorrorchick

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