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Win a Copy of Kingdom Come on DVD

Posted by Steve Barton on December 22, 2014

All right, Dreadies! Here’s a quick contest for you! Right now we have your chance to score a copy of new flick Kingdom Come on DVD! Get to clicking, and good luck!

To enter for your chance to win, just send us an email at contests@dreadcentral.com including your FULL NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS. We’ll take care of the rest.

This contest will end at 12:01 AM PT on December 31st.

The Shining romances Predator in Kingdom Come, available now on DVD and Digital from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Synopsis:
From filmmaker Greg A. Sager (Devil Seed) comes one of the most frightening films you’ll see this year.
A group of strangers wake up disoriented and soon find themselves being stalked by a supernatural force with sinister intentions. As they begin to question the coincidences that link their pasts, they soon realize that the decisions they make will seal their fates forever.

Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

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Kingdom Come (DVD)

Posted by Matt Boiselle on December 1, 2014

Kingdom ComeStarring Ry Barrett, Camille Hollett-French, William Foley

Directed by Greg A. Sager

Distributed by Uncork’d Entertainment


What’s that old saying? “If it looks like a duck and craps like a duck…”  You get what I’m saying. To think that I was ACTUALLY watching Saw 2 the other night before I received this film to review.

After hitting the play button, I was magically transferred to the land of derivation, whereas for at least the first 30 minutes or so of Kingdom Come from director Greg A. Sager, I was comparing both films at the same time because I could swear I was watching the same film on two screens.

After a brief supernatural interlude that swept away any remaining Jigsaw comparatives, I viewed the remainder of a film that most likely will be tossed into the ever-growing “torture-porn/abandoned location/everyone hates everyone kind of film” heap that has been growing steadily over the past few years. The art of pitching an unlikable assemblage of personas into a deserted locale so that a mysterious lunatic can play mind-games with them certainly isn’t among the freshest of ideas, but it is what we’re working with here so settle in as I prepare to castigate what could have been.

The show starts with our first sufferer of the dreaded curse simply known as “horror movie amnesia” (Ry Barrett) – he’ll fit in nicely as the movie’s archetype, shortly followed thereafter by a menagerie of color-by-numbers characters that fit every stereotype to a T. We’ve got the angry guy (Jo Jo Karume), who isn’t as tortured as everyone thinks, the beautiful lass (Camille Hollett-French), an overtly douchey bigot (Soroush Saidi), and the atypical peculiar little girl that likes to wander, doesn’t speak too often, and when she does… she’s just plain WEIRD. Add a few more no-names that are certain to be fodder for whatever otherworldly force decides to roam the hallways during the movie’s run time, and we’ve got the PERFECT setup for a movie you’ll be sure to forget soon enough.

After a (very) short time, I truly believe that the masses will forsake the supernatural life-ring that gets tossed into the deep end to give this movie a distant swim from torture-porn infested waters. As each respective character begins a daunting course to escape the sinister stronghold that encloses them, we get to learn that their past sins are truly what makes them the target. As the true terror is revealed, and the viewer can finally lay eyes upon these “demons” in all their malevolent glory, the only blood that is liable to be spilled will be from your lip, AFTER you bite it to keep from laughing at the ridiculous guises they’re donning.

After what seems like a never-ending, futile attempt for the group to escape their surroundings, a fairly respectable conclusion is offered. Unfortunately there’s a legion of plot holes that one must jump over or swerve around to get to it, and by that time there’s just been far too much time wasted on the little things before the big picture is finally illuminated. My advice? If this movie manages to materialize in front of you, it would be best to just walk on by.

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Horror Will Be Done, Thy Kingdom Come

Posted by Steve Barton on October 26, 2014

Demons. Demons, demons, demons. Strangers in a room. Strangers, strangers, strangers. Indie film. Indie, indie, indie. See where we’re going with this? Hopefully the new flick Kingdom Come can rise above the mediocrity!

From the Press Release

From filmmaker Greg A.Sager (DEVIL SEED), comes one of the most frightening films you’ll see this year!
 
THE SHINING romances PREDATOR in KINGDOM COME, hitting DVD and Digital December 2 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

A group of strangers wake up disoriented and soon find themselves being stalked by a supernatural force with sinister intentions. As they begin to question the coincidences that link their pasts, they soon realize that the decisions they make will seal their fates forever.

Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

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Sales Trailer Flies in From Kingdom Come

Posted by Uncle Creepy on May 17, 2013

Sales Trailer Flies in From Kingdom ComeOn tap right now we have the sales trailer for the new flick from Matchbox Pictures (Devil Seed) entitled Kingdom Come. Check it out, and look for more on this one soon!

Directed by Greg A. Sager, the flick stars Ryan Barrett and Camille Hollet-French as the leads "Sam Becker" and "Jessica Martin." Jason Martorino, Soroush Saeidi, Jo Jo Karume, Chelsey Marie, William Foley, and Katie Uhlmann also star with Elle O’Brien making her feature film debut. The flick will be making the rounds at Cannes courtesy of Imagination Worldwide!

Synopsis:
A group of strangers awake, trapped inside an old abandoned mental hospital. With no apparent way out and no one being able to remember how they even got there, they begin searching for a way to escape. As they explore the cold, dark maze of corridors, they realize they are not alone and that they are being stalked by supernatural forces with sinister intentions.

For Sam (Ry Barrett) and Jessica (Camille Hollett-French), keeping Celia (Ellie O'Brien), the youngest member, safe proves to be just as difficult as keeping the group together as hostilities grow between them. Everyone begins to question each other's motives as secrets linking their pasts are revealed and someone within the group is not who they say they are. One by one they begin to disappear; all that is left behind to be found by the others is the devastation and carnage of their demise.

As everything and everyone unravels, they start to understand that all the windows that have been boarded up from the inside are not so much there to keep them in, but to keep whatever evil lurks outside…out. In this place nothing is as it seems, and the decisions they make here will seal their fate forever.

Kingdom Come

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New Sales Art Goes from Cannes to Kingdom Come

Posted by Uncle Creepy on May 15, 2013

New Sales Art Goes from Cannes to Kingdom ComeJust in time for Cannes we've nailed down the sales art for the new flick from Matchbox Pictures (Devil Seed) entitled Kingdom Come, which features some form of badass demon front and center. Check it out!

Directed by Greg A. Sager, the flick stars Ryan Barrett and Camille Hollet-French as the leads "Sam Becker" and "Jessica Martin." Jason Martorino, Soroush Saeidi, Jo Jo Karume, Chelsey Marie, William Foley, and Katie Uhlmann also star with Elle O’Brien making her feature film debut. The flick will be making the rounds at Cannes courtesy of Imagination Worldwide!

Synopsis:
A group of strangers awake, trapped inside an old abandoned mental hospital. With no apparent way out and no one being able to remember how they even got there they begin searching for a way to escape. As they explore the cold, dark maze of corridors they realize they are not alone and that they are being stalked by supernatural forces with sinister intentions.

For Sam (Ry Barrett) and Jessica (Camille Hollett-French) keeping Celia, (Ellie O'Brien) the youngest member safe proves to be just as difficult as keeping the group together as hostilities grow between them. Everyone begins to question each others motives as secrets linking their pasts are revealed and that someone within the group is not who they say they are. One by one they begin to disappear, all that is left behind to be found by the others is the devastation and carnage of their demise.

As everything and everyone unravels they start to understand that all the windows that have been boarded up from the inside is not so much to keep them in, but keep whatever evil lurks outside…out. In this place nothing is as it seems and the decisions they make here will seal their fate forever.

Kingdom Come

VISIT THE EVILSHOP @ AMAZON!
Got news? Click here to submit it!
Come in your kingdom in the comments section below.

New Sales Art Goes from Cannes to Kingdom Come

Posted by Uncle Creepy on May 15, 2013

New Sales Art Goes from Cannes to Kingdom ComeJust in time for Cannes we've nailed down the sales art for the new flick from Matchbox Pictures (Devil Seed) entitled Kingdom Come, which features some form of badass demon front and center. Check it out!

Directed by Greg A. Sager, the flick stars Ryan Barrett and Camille Hollet-French as the leads "Sam Becker" and "Jessica Martin." Jason Martorino, Soroush Saeidi, Jo Jo Karume, Chelsey Marie, William Foley, and Katie Uhlmann also star with Elle O’Brien making her feature film debut. The flick will be making the rounds at Cannes courtesy of Imagination Worldwide!

Synopsis:
A group of strangers awake, trapped inside an old abandoned mental hospital. With no apparent way out and no one being able to remember how they even got there they begin searching for a way to escape. As they explore the cold, dark maze of corridors they realize they are not alone and that they are being stalked by supernatural forces with sinister intentions.

For Sam (Ry Barrett) and Jessica (Camille Hollett-French) keeping Celia, (Ellie O'Brien) the youngest member safe proves to be just as difficult as keeping the group together as hostilities grow between them. Everyone begins to question each others motives as secrets linking their pasts are revealed and that someone within the group is not who they say they are. One by one they begin to disappear, all that is left behind to be found by the others is the devastation and carnage of their demise.

As everything and everyone unravels they start to understand that all the windows that have been boarded up from the inside is not so much to keep them in, but keep whatever evil lurks outside…out. In this place nothing is as it seems and the decisions they make here will seal their fate forever.

Kingdom Come

VISIT THE EVILSHOP @ AMAZON!
Got news? Click here to submit it!
Come in your kingdom in the comments section below.

New Indie Flick Goes from Here to Kingdom Come

Posted by Uncle Creepy on February 19, 2013

New Indie Flick Goes from Here to Kingdom ComeWith Indie Horror Month right around the corner, it seems fitting that we bring you word of the new flick from Matchbox Pictures (Devil Seed) that's heading into production. Get ready for an early trip to Kingdom Come.

Directed by Greg A. Sager, the flick stars Ryan Barrett and Camille Hollet-French as the leads "Sam Becker" and "Jessica Martin." Jason Martorino, Soroush Saeidi, Jo Jo Karume, Chelsey Marie, William Foley, and Katie Uhlmann also star with Elle O’Brien making her feature film debut. Principal photography will begin on Monday, February 25, 2013, in a one-million-square-foot location in the Southwestern Ontario area.

Synopsis:
A group of strangers wake up in an abandoned hospital and find themselves stalked by a supernatural force with sinister intentions. As they begin to question the coincidences that link their pasts, they soon realize that the decisions they make will seal their fates forever.

VISIT THE EVILSHOP @ AMAZON!
Got news? Click here to submit it!
Come in your kingdom in the comments section below.