Great-Horror-Campout-boxIf you’ve ever wanted to know how you would react in a horror movie, then you might want to sign up for the Great Horror Campout, an immersive 12-hour experience that places you and other campers in the midst of a living nightmare of monsters and mayhem. The return of the Great Horror Campout in 2015 has officially been announced, with a special discounted ticket price available this Friday. Read More

2014/11/25 22:33:55 UTC by Derek Anderson

Gremlins-sweater-Mondo-boxWith Black Friday kicking off the holiday shopping season for many consumers later this week, it’s nearly time to start filling the shopping cart—both the physical one and the icon on the computer screen. Mondo can help you fill the latter with their latest batch of holiday gift offerings that includes a Gremlins sweater with Gizmo, the Mogwai with a conscience, smiling from the center of the retro design.  Read More

2014/11/25 20:44:53 UTC by Derek Anderson

HornsFollowing its recent limited theatrical and VOD release, Anchor Bay and RADiUS announced that Horns will be available on Blu-ray and DVD in January: Read More

2014/11/25 18:46:00 UTC by Jonathan James

The “Park is Open” in Jurassic World, the latest installment of the popular dinosaur series, in which Dr. John Hammond’s dream is realized in a fully operational experience on Isla Nublar. Of course, nothing ever goes as planned and we can get a sense of the dangers that await visitors in the first trailer that was just released by Universal Pictures. Read More

2014/11/25 18:07:27 UTC by Jonathan James

TWD-508-boxThe latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead, “Crossed”, featured panic, deception, and a big brawl amongst a group of melted, teeth-clicking walkers. The stage is now set for either a peaceful hostage exchange or a barrel-blasting shootout in next week’s mid-season finale, “Coda.” We have a look at photos and preview videos that hint at what’s to come in the season’s eighth episode. Read More

2014/11/25 17:54:47 UTC by Derek Anderson

When the Nostromo landed on planet LV-426 in Ridley Scott’s Alien, the only sign of life was one of the universe’s most dangerous creatures, and as fans of the films know, a failed colonization on the planet took place after Dallas and his crew paid it a visit. Christopher Golden explores how that society was overrun in Alien: River of Pain, and Titan Books has given us an excerpt to share with Daily Dead readers. Read More

2014/11/25 16:49:49 UTC by Derek Anderson

Zombie-Killers-Elephant's-Graveyard-boxThe countryside community of Elwood has a problem, and a group of specially trained young adults are about the only ones equipped to take care of it. The problem lies with the living dead that shamble within the town’s boundaries now and then, threatening a dwindling number of uninfected humans in Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard, which Anchor Bay Entertainment is releasing on home media this winter. Read More

2014/11/25 16:20:11 UTC by Derek Anderson


For the week of Thanksgiving, there aren’t a lot of horror and sci-fi titles being released on DVD and Blu-ray, but the ones that are making their home debuts are a fun assortment of cult classics and new indie horror flicks. The Mystery Science Theater gang is getting a brand new Collector’s Edition box set from the good folks over at Shout! Factory, and the original Nazi zombies from Shock Waves are making their high-def debut this week as well. We’ve also got a handful of Blumhouse/Universal titles coming our way- Mercy, Mockingbird and Stretch- and Scorpion Releasing is giving fans a chance to own the Roger Corman produced remake of The Masque of the Red Death too. Read More

2014/11/25 02:48:15 UTC by Heather Wixson

Wonder-WomanShe’s helmed episodes of three of the most popular TV series in recent years—Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and The Walking Dead—and now Michelle MacLaren will take her behind-the-camera skills to the big screen, as it’s been revealed that she will direct Wonder Woman for Warner Bros. Read More

2014/11/24 23:42:25 UTC by Derek Anderson

Exists-poster-box-02Brian sets up cameras around his friend’s cabin with hopes of recording Bigfoot in action, but he probably doesn’t expect those same lenses to capture his friends’ potential final moments. In Exists, Eduardo Sanchez, co-director of The Blair Witch Project, heads back into the woods in search of a beast that does not come in peace, and Lionsgate is bringing the film to DVD early next year with substantial bonus features: Read More

2014/11/24 23:08:48 UTC by Derek Anderson