If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead, you’ve probably wondered whether you would have lasted as long as Rick, Daryl, Maggie and our other favourites. An obstacle course, of sorts, with live zombie actors being the main obstacle to one’s survival, The Walking Dead Escape is the closest way of finding out. Armed with our zombie knowledge, Daily Dead stepped up to the challenge. Read More

2014/08/02 00:30:23 UTC by Jemma George

Freddy-Flashback-boxWith the 2014 Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Convention just right around the corner, legendary special effects artist Robert Kurtzman recently shared some cool photos of the make-up appliances that he’ll be using next weekend when Robert Englund is transformed into Freddy Krueger one last time.

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2014/08/02 00:22:32 UTC by Heather Wixson

Man-of-Action-boxLast weekend at Comic-Con, I had a chance to interview Man of Action’s Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau, along with artist Jason Adam Katzenstein. Not only did we discuss their SDCC-exclusive comic book, THE BUS: A Camp Midnight Mini, but and I was able to learn about their involvement in Disney and Marvel’s Big Hero 6. Read More

2014/08/01 23:00:04 UTC by Jordan Smith

Ahead of the release of the original Dead Island video game, there was talk about a feature film adaptation, but we haven’t heard much since. With the recent announcement of Dead Island 2 at E3, it looks like there is renewed interest, as it has been announced that Occupant Entertainment has teamed up with Deep Silver for a Dead Island movie: Read More

2014/08/01 22:04:37 UTC by Jonathan James

Dolls-CE-box-02Scream Factory created quite a buzz at Comic-Con when they announced ten titles coming to Blu-ray in 2014 and ’15, including three Collector’s Editions. One of the CE Blu-rays was Dolls, which was recently given a November 11th release date, and now Scream Factory has unveiled their custom cover art for Stuart Gordon’s 1987 horror film, along with new details on how to buy the release early and receive a limited edition poster. Read More

2014/08/01 21:14:08 UTC by Derek Anderson

CourtoftheDead-box-04Assembled by Death amidst a raging war between Heaven and Hell, the Court of the Dead is made up of lost souls yanked from their destined afterlife paths and pulled into Death’s domain to be remade in his twisted image. An original IP from Sideshow Collectibles, Court of the Dead features richly detailed character figures with fleshed-out backstories. Yesterday we shared impressions and photos from our tour of Sideshow’s Comic-Con booth, and today we have a look at Court of the Dead’s artwork gallery. Read More

2014/08/01 19:41:42 UTC by Derek Anderson

WalkingDead-VinylFigure-boxFunko recently brought The Walking Dead to Comic-Con in POP! vinyl form with their detachable head Hershel figure, and their newly revealed lineup of The Walking Dead characters includes a healthier Hershel, Tyreese, Carol, Glenn, and a couple of walkers viewers of the show will recognize from earlier seasons. Funko has also unveiled two new The Walking Dead Pocket POP! keychains that feature two of the show’s most enduring characters. Read More

2014/08/01 18:18:18 UTC by Derek Anderson

Walking-Dead-RickWith The Walking Dead Season 4 being released to Blu-ray and DVD later this month, we’ve been waiting to find out what special features would be included. We had a preliminary list of featurettes last month, but now we have details on extended episodes and audio commentaries: Read More

2014/08/01 16:53:06 UTC by Jonathan James

TheGreenInferno-VideoGame-box-01They wanted to help the tribe, but not by becoming their next meal. Unfortunately for the student activists in Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno, crash-landing in the rainforest they are trying to save could slate them to be sliced and served as dinner for cannibals. From Open Road Films, The Green Inferno hits theaters on September 5th, and you can get a taste of what’s to come by playing the film’s official downloadable game now. Read More

2014/08/01 16:03:55 UTC by Derek Anderson

Guardians-of-the-Galaxy-boxIt’s always fun to cheer for the underdogs and the motley group of heroes in director James Gunn’s adaptation of the lesser-known Marvel Comics property will have you cheering with satisfaction. The superhero film has saturated the movie market with mixed results of comic sequels and reboots, though Marvel adaptations have been on a role recently with two quality offerings for the summer, Captain America: Winter Soldier and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Mark it three because Guardians of the Galaxy is the best of the exemplary group, blending great characters with a comedic tone for an impressive visual joy ride. Read More

2014/08/01 15:24:57 UTC by Monte Yazzie