2015/08/31 02:01:20 UTC by Jonathan James


Shocking news is coming in from multiple sources tonight, confirming that legendary horror director Wes Craven has passed away at the age of 76. Read More

2015/08/29 18:38:47 UTC by Scott Drebit


Whether you’re all for 3D, or have reserved a special place in hell for those awkward glasses, it would seem that it is here to stay. Long before it turned into the latest service fee added onto the bill of your movie going experience, 3D was a fun (and new) twist for film lovers. And with House of Wax (1953), Warner Bros. created not only the first color major studio 3D film, but one of the finest horror films of the 50’s, period. Read More

2015/08/29 16:49:31 UTC by Patrick Bromley


Not all horror movies have ghosts or zombies or monsters or masked murderers hacking up teenagers. Sometimes, horror movies just find regular people in terrible circumstances and watch as things heat up, like ants put under a magnifying glass in the sun. That’s the case in Body, the feature debut from the writing/directing team of Dan Berk and Robert Olsen and a solid four character thriller and a welcome surprise this year. Read More

2015/08/29 16:39:30 UTC by Tamika Jones


With Fright Rags, there is something for everyone and if you are a fan of the 1985 fantasy comedy Teen Wolf, you are in luck! Also in this round-up: a look at The Walking Dead #1 variant cover available at Wizard World Pittsburgh and a new clip from Queen of Earth. Read More

2015/08/29 00:47:50 UTC by Derek Anderson


Next summer, Tom McLoughlin's infectiously fun Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives will turn 30 years old. NECA's starting the celebration early with new photos of their Jason Voorhees figure that depicts the Camp Crystal Lake slasher as he appeared in the 1986 horror film. Read More

2015/08/28 22:38:35 UTC by Derek Anderson


Coming out in theaters and VOD today from RADiUS is When Animals Dream, an unconventional coming-of-age werewolf film set in a fishing village. Daily Dead recently caught up with When Animals Dream director Jonas Alexander Arnby, who discussed casting lead actress Sonia Suhl in her first feature film, the inspiration of Brian De Palma's Carrie, and more. Read More

2015/08/28 21:43:48 UTC


A couple's hike turns hellish when a bear stalks them in Backcountry, making its Blu-ray debut next Tuesday from Scream Factory, and we've been provided with three copies to give away to Daily Dead readers. Read More

2015/08/28 19:31:40 UTC by Sean McClannahan


Recent films like Berberian Sound Studio and The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears have paid homage to giallo and the '70s Italian horror genre, in a way creating a modern resurgence. Now the Canadian collective known as Astron-6 have thrown their hat in the ring with a satiric approach. Adam Brooks and Matthew Kennedy lovingly pay tribute to the genre and cleverly poke fun at everything from Suspiria and The Beyond to the more obscure films from that era. Read More

2015/08/28 18:26:56 UTC by Derek Anderson


Crammed in a metal tube over 40,000 feet in the air is one of the worst situations to be in when the zombie infection hits, but that's exactly where AMC is taking viewers in an upcoming half-hour special that will feature a future Fear The Walking Dead character. Read More

2015/08/28 17:33:49 UTC by Derek Anderson


With autumn coming up on the calendar, it's hard to hold back images of the approaching Halloween season—hot apple cider, cold pumpkin guts, and watchful scarecrows. The latter are featured in Joshua Viola's short story, "Scarecrows", which will be released in the upcoming horror anthology Nightmares Unhinged: Twenty Tales of Terror. Ahead of the collection's September 8th release from Hex Publishers, we have Viola's short story for Daily Dead readers to enjoy. Read More