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.
Giving horror fans enough nightmare fuel to last them until next Halloween, Channel Zero: Candle Cove has cranked up the fright factor to eleven over its first four episodes. Over the past couple of weeks, Daily Dead, along with other journalists, had the opportunity to take part in conference calls with showrunner Nick Antosca, who discussed adapting Kris Straub's unsettling creepypasta, how the show found a home at Syfy, getting Greg Nicotero's help in designing the look of The Tooth Child, and what to expect in season 2, which will focus on Brian Russell's NoEnd House.
From being trapped in the possessed Delta 88 to facing a skin-stealing demon, Pepi Sonuga's character, Lacey Emery, the daughter of Linda and Sheriff Emery, has endured a lot since "Ashy Slashy" returned to Elk Grove on Ash vs Evil Dead. Daily Dead recently had the pleasure of chatting with Sonuga about Lacey's perseverance, taking a wild ride in a car powered by the Necronomicon, her character's opinion of Ash, and more.
Brought to life with a powerful performance by Duane Jones in George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead, Ben is a beloved and compelling character from horror cinema. Despite what happened to him onscreen, Ben's story continued over the past year in Double Take's comic book series Soul, a key part of their Night of the Living Dead: Revival universe. With the five-issue Soul now available as a graphic novel (which can also be read in digital form right here on Daily Dead), we caught up once again with writer/editor Michael Coast to discuss the intriguing series that breathed new life into Ben. [Spoiler warning if you haven't read all five issues of Soul.]
Set in the 1960s, Mike Flanagan's Ouija: Origin of Evil features a vintage setting for its scares. Playing a key role in bringing the film's bygone era to life is costume designer Lynn Falconer. With Flanagan's latest movie now in theaters, we caught up with Falconer for our latest Q&A feature, and she also provided us with two characters sketches that she did for the film.
From her key role in Don't Be Afraid of the Dark to her work on Good Witch, Holliston, and R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour, actress and producer Bailee Madison is no stranger to stories that embrace the strange and the supernatural. In her new film The Night Before Halloween, Bailee plays a character who encounters the deadly Curse of the Carver one fateful fall with her friends. Ahead of the movie's premiere on Syfy this Saturday night at 9:00pm ET, we caught up with Bailee for our latest Q&A feature to discuss playing a "badass with a heart," the physicality of the role, two very different movies that she likes to watch around Halloween, and more.
Actress Gabrielle Stone has been hard at work in recent years, with a particular presence in the horror genre via roles in movies such as Death House and Tom Holland's Rock Paper Dead. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with Stone to discuss getting behind the camera for her directorial debut, working with Tony Todd, upcoming projects, and more.
In his new film, The Windmill, Nick Jongerius transforms one of Holland's picturesque tourist attractions into a hub of blood-soaked horror. With XLrator Media releasing The Windmill on VOD and iTunes this Tuesday, followed by a theatrical release on October 28th, we caught up with Jongerius for our latest Q&A feature.
Like some of the best illustrations that graced the covers of fantasy novels and heavy metal albums in the ’70s and ’80s, Arik Roper's artwork is a portal to another world brimming with adventure and endless possibilities. Ahead of his appearance as a featured artist at MondoCon 2016 this weekend in Austin, TX, we caught up with Roper for a special "Meet the Artist" Q&A feature, and we also have a look at some of the eye-popping artwork he'll be bringing to this year's MondoCon.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of John McNaughton's Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and Dark Sky Films will celebrate the seminal film's birthday with a theatrical release of the movie's 4K restoration on October 21st. Before that day arrives, though, star Michael Rooker and McNaughton will bring Henry home tonight with a screening and Q&A at the event where it premiered 30 years ago: the Chicago International Film Festival. Ahead of the special occasion, Daily Dead caught up with McNaughton to reflect on the making of his cult classic and the creation of one of cinema's most cold-blooded killers.
After premiering in Australia earlier this year, the six-part Wolf Creek event series is coming to US shores on October 14th courtesy of Pop TV. Ahead of the series' US premiere tomorrow night at 10:00pm ET, Daily Dead talked with executive producer / director Greg McLean and stars Lucy Fry and John Jarratt about setting a gritty revenge tale in the unforgiving landscape of Mick Taylor's world.
Syfy's new series Channel Zero: Candle Cove premieres tonight at 9:00pm ET, but its story may already haunt you. Channel Zero's first season is based on one of the most haunting "Creepypastas," stories published online that use a wide range of narrative styles and multi-media presentations to blur the lines between fiction and reality. Before viewers tune into Candle Cove tonight, we caught up with Channel Zero showrunner Nick Antosca (Hannibal TV series, The Forest) to discuss the six-episode adaptation of Kris Straub's chilling Creepypasta, as well as what viewers can expect from Channel Zero's second season.