He owns an array of strange items that could rival the displays of Marvel's The Collector, and with a heavenly voice that can kill, Lily is the prized possession of the eccentric Mr. Nyx in Gregg Bishop's SiREN.
With Darren Lynn Bousman's Abattoir hitting theaters, VOD, and Digital HD on December 9th, Daily Dead had the great pleasure of speaking with the legendary Lin Shaye about her role in the film, and in addition to talking about the haunted house thriller (stay tuned for the full interview), Shaye also shared some intriguing details about the anticipated return of Elise Rainier in the upcoming Insidious: Chapter 4.
Seth is lonely and in love—a potent combination that leads him to kidnap and cage Holly, the woman of his obsession, in the new horror film Pet. Written by Jeremy Slater (The Exorcist TV series), Pet stars Dominic Monaghan in a role that's equal parts chilling and heartfelt.
A haunted attraction harbors intimate and personally horrifying scares for a group of friends with dark secrets in House of Purgatory, out now on digital platforms from Terror Films. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with the film's writer/director Tyler Christensen to discuss filming his first feature in his hometown, working with Brian Krause (Charmed), and much more.
The talking pirate ship Laughingstock always tells Percy, "You have to go inside..." But tonight, it is Mike Painter (Paul Schneider) who will have to look inside himself to face his past and potentially save his present in the finale of Channel Zero: Candle Cove. Ahead of the finale's premiere tonight on Syfy, Daily Dead joined several other journalists on a conference call with showrunner Nick Antosca to discuss The Tooth Child, the huge reveal of episode five, and what's to come in the final episode of the anthology series' first season. [Spoiler warning for those who haven't watched the first five episodes of Candle Cove.]
Crime can kill him, but it can't stop him from doing his job. Based on Joe Casey and Chris Burnham's cult graphic novel of the same name, Officer Downe follows a cop who is brought back to life—again and again—to protect his city against eclectic crime organizations that are armed to the teeth. Ahead of the film's November 18th release from Magnet Releasing, we caught up with Officer Downe screenwriter, producer, graphic novel writer and co-creator Joe Casey for our latest Q&A feature to discuss the movie's journey to the big screen, working with Slipknot's Shawn Crahan on his feature film directorial debut, and much more.
With only two episodes remaining of Syfy's Channel Zero: Candle Cove, Daily Dead, along with several other journalists, recently had the opportunity to take part in a conference call interview with showrunner Nick Antosca, who discussed the unsettling scene at the end of episode 4, the John Carpenter-esque suburban setting of season 2, and what's to come in the rest of season 1. [Spoiler warning for those who haven't watched the first four episodes of Candle Cove.]
The latest Marvel movie has arrived in theaters, but it doesn’t feel like a Marvel movie. Instead, Doctor Strange is the new kid in town who doesn’t fit in, who has his own style, and who opens doorways to new ways of thinking. If the Marvel Cinematic Universe were the town from Footloose, then Doctor Strange would surely be Kevin Bacon’s Ren. But instead of busting a move on the dance floor, he’s tapping into the astral plane, altering time, and giving viewers one hell of a fun experience in the process.
As both a creature of the night with an appetite for human blood and an endearing hard worker living in rural America, Natalie Brown plays two very different types of mothers on The Strain and Channel Zero: Candle Cove, but she excels at bringing out the pure love for her children in both characters (in very different ways, as fans of The Strain can attest to). Following another powerful performance as Jessica Yolan in this week's episode of Syfy's Candle Cove, Daily Dead, along with other journalists, had the opportunity to speak with the actress about her key role in the creepypasta adaptation. [Spoiler warning for those who haven't watched the first four episodes of Candle Cove and the entire third season of The Strain.]
Lofts can breathe new life into long-abandoned buildings, but in The Charnel House, a haunted space for slaughter should have remained uninhabited. Coming out in theaters and on VOD from Freestyle Digital Media on November 4th, The Charnel House looks to provide viewers with supernatural scares aplenty, and we caught up with director Craig Moss for our latest Q&A feature.