A video trailer for the new novel by the writers from the Saw franchise.
Here’s a brief primer on the content left at THE EXPRESS after the purge…
What’s left, after the purge . . .
From out of the FIRST AGE OF HOME VIDEO, the most awesome fringe sci-fi and horror movies of the past, re-imagined for the future!
The long-delayed JULIA wrap up, and some SHOCKING stories from the outer rim of chance and cosmic possibility.
A few words about art and spelling errors.
The Power of the Force resurrects Julia and give us her finest hour.
What started it all? The face of Julia, of course…
More Julia. And a few words about why most sequels generally suck.
A personal insight into the creation of my latest multi-media offering at The Express.
A final word from the world of The Kingdom and METRO.
A vintage article about The Kingdom with a wild personal twist!
An archival look at The Kingdom through the eyes of ace Austin film critic Marc Savolv
Some sleazy adventures and some awesome head trips.
A list of very important stuff, from founding member Rob.
A vintage tone poem by our Princess, that pretty much says it all.
A short, but powerful, reminisce of one awesome happening at The Kingdom, from founding member Joe Fay
Kingdom week continues with Scott Hiles’s terrifying confession from the outer rim of Kingdom madness!
A few words about out NON HUMAN counterparts at The House of Houses in an awesome guest blog from Bryan, founding member of the “Golden” age.
Princess TEIGHLOR DARR guest-stars in an awesome journey through the awesome dream world of The Kingdom.
Another awesome memory of The Kingdom by it’s key founder, the awesome mister JOE FAY.
Celebrating Stephen’s coming new novel with a hilarious GUEST BLOG from an old roommate.
Burning down the house is fun! Just make sure you have a fast getaway planned! My old roomie Bryan tells a cautionary tale of friends, fire and chaninsaws.
MY new book comes out on September 14! Come live the madness of the real place that inspired it!
Today begins my blog series celebrating an old house I used to live in, which is the setting for my newest novel METRO. Come visit, kids. It’s an awesome place.
My Awesome “Online Gallery Project” featuring 13 (plus 1) awesome ALL-NEW MOVIE POSTERS for the coolest films ever, collected in one blood-blasting anthology! Come feel the burn, only at Dread Central!
I have one more, totally awesome poster for you. And then, a world of even more awesome!
The PHANTOM returns to end my online poster gallery series. BUT IS THIS REALLY THE END???
Some of the best monster flicks I ever saw as a child were never made by human hands. Until 20 years later.
The power of the movies is that they can unite us. In more ways than one. No bullshit. WITH A SUPER COOL ADDENDUM, FROM JULY 7th!
A master class in film poster composition from a master illustrator. No, not me. That OTHER awesome guy.
Oh, holy shit YES! Let me die in the service of Hal Needham and his nutty gang of dumbasses.
He’s teen and green and mean and turtle aliens want to kill him! And they’re green too! Only at DREAD CENTRAL, kids!
When I get excited about a movie, I make up goofy shit. I have never been more excited about a movie I’ve not yet seen, people.
Some hit parade favorites from The Empire days, plus my favorite scream queen at her absolute finest.
A guest blog from my great friend Joe, all about his standing-room-only screening of DEATH COLLECTOR
Some words about honesty and bullshit, through the sacred lens of exploit ion cinema.
A few very personal words about a very special new lady.
A fun tale from the trenches of RETRO 13 and a bit of solid advice to all the dead kids out there.
Ten years ago, I met a really awesome lady. I’m celebrating that at Retro 13 this week, along with some silly old horror movie called HELLRAISER.
Disney’s 1979 horror/sci-fi epic in an ALL NEW special edition that YOU PUT TOGETHER YOURSELF!
The sequel that never was, only at DREAD CENTRAL!
Part one of my epic ALL ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTER GALLERY, only at DREAD CENTRAL!
In JUST TWO WEEKS, the online madness begins! Be VERY afraid.
The final chapter, boys and girls and my last nerdgasm at The Express. Have a happy Christmas and a terrifying new year.
VINTAGE POST FROM 2014: It’s CHRISTMAS EVE, monster-fans, and here is PART 2 of my epic quest, full of aliens, big lizards and an indestructible psycho-killer we all know and love.
VINTAGE POST from 2014: Merry Monstertime, kids! And welcome to the EPIC first chapter of my 33 day journey through the art of darkness.
Another one from the archives, updated for the year 2014. Pay attention, class, there’s a history lesson going down here. And easter eggs, too.
My famous retrospective review of Beverly Hills Cop, from the old days. This piece once got over 10,000 hits in a few days. Today nobody notices. Good, can I just say FUCK again?
Take me to the Deuce, shoot me in the head and bury me there. Really, I mean it.
Sometimes you can’t make this stuff up, man.
VINTAGE ESSAY from 2014: The epic tale of a bookstore, a Cheesy band and a guy named Jason.
More images from behind-the-scenes on STARCRASH.
An exercise in deductive reasoning for detectives who like their movies bad.
Are you in love with your computer? Think about that. Think really damn carefully.
Caroline Munro is every fanboy’s reason for blasting themselves through the blackness of a hundred million nights.
Peter O’Toole died yesterday. I think he might have appreciated some of these twilight thoughts.
A bunch of books sit next to me while I sleep. They call my name when I dream. And they snap cruel insults at me every time I wake up. Jerks. Why did I had to become a writer anyway?
King Billy lives on, in the rain. Listen.
Describe, in 35 words or less, a moment from one of your favorite films. Okay, now do it 49 more times. Done? Good, now you have a blog. Post the son of a bitch.
Some movies, a few stories and a laugh or two from this year’s dark season.
Spiders, Zombies, Aliens, Space Warps, Mutants. They don’t make ’em like this guy used to, man.
While running from the authorities, a pair of smugglers (Marjoe Gortner, Caroline Munro) are recruited by The Emperor (Christopher Plummer) to rescue his missing son (David Hasselhoff) while they track …
An illustrated history of 101 of the strangest, sleaziest, most outrageous movies you’ve never seen! An elaborate work of illustrated fiction, SHOCK FESTIVAL is a raunchy, hilarious tall tale of …
Chased through the night woods by the maniacal Moonface (John De Santis), Ellen (Bree Turner) defends herself by rigging a series of booby traps she learned from her cruel survivalist husband (Ethan Embry). But her tricks may not be enough to stave off the creepy predator.
From the common depths of human loneliness, to the delirious heights of love that transcends death . . . get ready for a disturbing and exhilarating ride along a maniac’s razor of madness and horror, where the ultimate evil is a dark mirror reflection of humanity, and the most unlikely redemption may find us all in the darkest hour.
A soundtrack/radioplay designed to be played while reading the first three issues of Sam Kieth’s The Maxx comic book.