After taking us back into The Sanctuary to see what Eugene is up to, AMC will bring us on the road to a carnival overflowing with the living dead in the next episode of The Walking Dead Season 7, which is teased in new photos and preview videos ahead of its premiere on Sunday.
Sometimes it’s hard to put a fresh coat of paint on an old house. The colors can bleed through no matter how many new layers are added, giving the house a look of desperation from a block away. But sometimes the right paint is used, the restoration is done with love and affection, and the new owners actually care about their surroundings. Such is the case with The Night Stalker (1972), the ABC TV movie that took the vampire out of his crumbling castle and transported him to the seedier side of the modern day Las Vegas strip; and in doing so created one of the most endearingly reluctant monster hunters of all time, Carl Kolchak.
We’re absolutely shocked to report that Bill Paxton has died at the age of 61, due to complications from surgery.
Give it up for Juan Piquer Simon. Not only did the Spanish director bestow upon the horror world one of the craziest and memorable slashers of all time, Pieces (1983), he also found it within himself to give us Slugs (1988). Not quite as crazy as Pieces (but almost as good), Slugs trades heavily in the J.P. Simon business: a whole lot of weird, a nuclear ton of energy, and gore galore. If you only see one badly dubbed mollusk monster movie, filled with heavy pettin’ and (literally) explosive action, you would be wise to choose Slugs.
Jordan Peele's directorial debut, Get Out, is currently making a huge cinematic splash in theaters, and if you're interested in learning more about the making of the renowned horror movie, you can go behind-the-scenes on the set in official B-roll footage from the film.
In today's Horror Highlights, we have Universal Orlando's announcement videos for Halloween Horror Nights 27, taking place from September 15th–November 4th, and we also have details on The Purging Hour and Digerati's Monster Slayers.
For years, viewers invited Chris Wiggins into their living rooms to hear his vast knowledge of all things occult on Friday the 13th: The Series, so it is with great sadness that we inform readers that the actor has passed away in Ontario at the age of 87 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Collectors might want to make sure their check is in the mail, because Sideshow Collectibles just unveiled new photos and specs for their Jack Burton sixth scale figure (originally unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con), offering new looks at their detailed depiction of Kurt Russell's Big Trouble in Little China character.
We’ve all been in that weird, unnerving situation where it seems like everyone in the room is completely different than you. This seems to happen much more these days in the divisive landscape that we currently experience in America. Get Out takes the premise of a stranger in a strange world, adds in some pertinent social commentary about race and racism, and mixes it up with an interesting horror angle that is both disturbing and darkly humorous.
Even in cute claymation, the kill-or-be-killed setting of The Belko Experiment is still unnervingly violent and drenched with blood.
Daily Dead is proud to debut the music video for “Ratimis,” the title track from the full-length album by electronic artist Brahm, available beginning today from Swedish Columbia Records. Directed by cult filmmaker Damon Packard, a lifelong independent director known for movies like Reflections of Evil and Foxfur, the “Ratimis” video is comprised of clips from a number of horror films all set to the pulsing electronic score of Brahm's music.
Out today in select theaters and on VOD is the new found footage horror film VooDoo, and for our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with the movie's writer and direct, Tom Costabile, to discuss the guerilla-style approach to VooDoo, shooting the "Hell" scenes, and much more.
In the world of David Lynch's Twin Peaks, today marks the first time Special Agent Dale Cooper entered a small town rocked by the murder of the seemingly perfect Laura Palmer, and to mark the occasion, Showtime has revealed the official key art for the series' return this May.
Sweet dreams are made of Deadtime Stories, set to arrive soon on Blu-ray and DVD from Scream Factory. Too tired to read a story at night that will haunt you right to sleep? Well, watch a few instead. Hop from story to story filled with murder, mystery, witches, and werewolves, and right now you can check out a handful of Blu-ray clips as well as the official trailer for the film.
In photos from the second episode of the fifth (and final) season of A&E's Bates Motel, we see that Caleb just can't leave well enough alone.