The first teaser poster for Alien: Covenant warned you to "run," so it's rather fitting that the second teaser poster urges you to "hide" ahead of the new trailer that 20th Century Fox will unleash tomorrow.
The final day of February has many home entertainment offerings that horror and sci-fi fans are definitely going to want to add to their Blu-ray and DVD collections. Scream Factory is resurrecting the anthology Deadtime Stories in HD this week, and Tibor Takacs’ creature feature cult classic, The Gate, is getting the Vestron Video Collector’s Series treatment on February 28th as well.
Thirty years is a lifetime, but in film it’s just one more marker along the celluloid highway. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors debuted on this date in 1987, and certainly the horror world was ready: Friday the 13th was six films deep, and the Halloween franchise was one year away from Michael Myers’ long-awaited return).
Mondo is looking to help fans of James Cameron's Aliens stay frosty with their new Xenomorph tiki mugs that will be released tomorrow.
The next battle between the Lycans and Vampires is coming home, as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced an April 25th 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD release (following an April 11th digital release) of Underworld: Blood Wars.
She's taken on paranormal forces in The Conjuring and faced an unstable son in Bates Motel, but Vera Farmiga will soon encounter a huge threat (both literally and figuratively) on the big screen, as the acclaimed actress has joined the cast of Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
February is a shorter month, and that means there's less time to wait for the next new issue of The Walking Dead, which hits shelves this Wednesday. If you want an idea of what to expect, Skybound has unveiled new preview panels from issue #165 ahead of its release.
Beginning February 28th, Scream Factory has a special treat in store for horror anthology fans with their Blu-ray / DVD release of Deadtime Stories, and we've been provided with three Blu-ray / DVD combo pack copies to give away to lucky Daily Dead readers.
Ahead of its TV premiere this Sunday, part 12 of the Fear The Walking Dead web series Passage is available to watch online right now.
In less than two weeks, Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. will take moviegoers to a place where monsters roam the land... and don't take too kindly to visitors, and you can watch the final trailer and a sneak peek of the new VR experience for Kong: Skull Island right now.
They thought they knew the score, but a group of criminals put their lives (and their very souls) at stake when they kidnap a girl possessed by a demon in House on Willow Street, a new horror film teased in a poster and trailer ahead of its release this March from IFC Midnight.
Just like a certain gang from Coney Island, the teenagers at Westin Hospital band together to try and survive the night in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. With the seminal sequel turning 30 today, Fright Rags is celebrating with a new shirt that combines the classic design from The Warriors (1979) with the memorable characters (led by Nancy Thompson) from the third Elm Street film.
Following its unveiling during the Academy Awards last night, the new teaser trailer for David Ayer's Bright (written by Max Landis) has been released online by Netflix, giving fans a glimpse into the Will Smith-starring dark fantasy film ahead of its premiere this December.
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.