Fear The Walking Dead recently concluded its second season with a phenomenal and ferocious two-episode finale that pulled no punches emotionally and physically. With season 2 officially in the books, Daily Dead had the chance to talk with showrunner / executive producer / writer Dave Erickson about the tragic end of one character's story arc, the altered relationships and mindsets of those who survived season 2, the potential return of familiar faces in season 3, and whether or not we'll see another companion web series like Flight 462 airing throughout The Walking Dead Season 7. *Spoiler warning for those who haven't finished watching Fear The Walking Dead Season 2.*
Imagine if, instead of battling Magneto and his robot army of Sentinels, the X-Men were hunted by Slender Man-esque creatures intent on eating their eyeballs. Throw in some time travel, a little shape-shifting, and Judi Dench wielding a crossbow (in a scene that feels like an homage to Feast), and you have a good idea of what to expect from Tim Burton’s latest film, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
A group of friends encounter a community of psychopaths in ClownTown, and with ITN Distribution releasing the film in theaters today, and on VOD & DVD October 4th, we had a chance to catch up with director Tom Nagel for our latest Q&A feature.
Taking place in the world of George A. Romero's classic 1968 film, Double Take's Night of the Living Dead: Revival comic book universe now features fifty issues across ten interconnected series. With each five-issue story being released as revamped graphic novels and as part of special "binge box" collections today, Daily Dead recently spoke with Double Take's Bill Jemas and Michael Coast about their team's ambitious approach to storytelling, what new treats await readers within the pages of the graphic novels, and much more.
Hell hath no fury like a Xibalban queen scorned, especially when said queen wants to literally raise Hell on Earth. Looking to get one up on the Gecko Brothers, a possessed Kate and a few of her friends from the underworld go after her culebra brother, Scott Fuller, who is now the lead singer of a rock band that feeds on the blood of sinners. It’s just another day in the wild world of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, which airs its most ambitious season 3 episode tonight at 9:00pm ET on El Rey Network.
A serial killer's violent impulses live on through voodoo in The Devil's Dolls, coming out in select theaters and on VOD and digital platforms on September 16th, and we caught up with director Padraig Reynolds in our latest Q&A feature to discuss the making of his southern-set horror movie.
In Marcus Dunstan's new film The Neighbor, Ronnie Gene Blevins plays a key role in bringing a nightmare to life next door to an unlucky couple. With The Neighbor now out on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD, and VOD from Anchor Bay Entertainment, Daily Dead caught up with Blevins in our latest Q&A feature to discuss a supernatural prank pulled on him by the cast and crew, working with Nicolas Cage in Joe, and a little tease of what to expect from one of his upcoming projects, David Lynch's Twin Peaks revival.
Culebras stalk the night in search of something to satiate their bottomless hunger. With the ability to strike their prey with an uncanny speed akin to a viper (the snake they share a nickname with), culebras are used to being at the top of the food chain. But the venomous vamps are the ones who are hunted in “Protect & Serve,” the latest episode of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series Season 3, airing tonight at 9:00pm ET on El Rey Network.
As the April afternoon bleeds into the early evening hours in Albuquerque, the sun dips below the horizon, the temperature retreats back to its winter ways, and the vampires come out to play.
“If you believe in heaven, Mr. Gecko, I suggest you start to believe in Hell, because it is coming.” The Gecko brothers are back with a bang in From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, and there's plenty of hell to pay and fun to be had in the two-episode season 3 premiere airing tonight at 9:00pm ET on El Rey Network.
For over a decade now, Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton have collaborated on bringing crimson-stained nightmares to the big screen, and while horror fans may associate the creative duo with gore galore due to their inventive Saw sequels (parts IV–VI) and creepy Collector films, their latest project, The Neighbor, opts for atmospheric tension over buckets of blood.
With The Neighbor coming out on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD, and VOD from Anchor Bay Entertainment on September 6th, I had the opportunity to talk with Dunstan about directing his third film, casting Bill Engvall as a charming villain, re-teaming with actor Josh Stewart, and the possibility of a third Collector movie.
Both unflinchingly realistic and strangely surreal, the new film Antibirth boldly blazes a path into a genre all its own. With IFC Midnight releasing Antibirth in select theaters and on VOD this Friday, September 2nd, I had the opportunity to catch up with writer/director Danny Perez for our latest Q&A feature to discuss working with Natasha Lyonne and Mark Webber, mixing contrasting elements in settings and tone, and much more.
One of the most beloved characters from The Strain books and the TV series, Angel Guzman Hurtado, aka The Silver Angel, returns to the screen this season to put a smackdown on the strigoi. With the third season of The Strain kicking off this Sunday, I caught up with actor Joaquín Cosio for our latest Q&A feature to discuss what fans can expect to see from The Silver Angel this time around.
With I Am Not a Serial Killer hitting select theaters and VOD today from IFC Midnight, I caught up with the film's co-writer/director Billy O'Brien for our latest Q&A feature to discuss working with Christopher Lloyd, what made Max Records the right fit to play John Wayne Cleaver, filming in frigid Minnesota, and much more.
Now once again in possession of her son, Zach, the strigoi version of Kelly (played by Natalie Brown) has a tight grip on Eph's heartstrings in the third season of The Strain. With the series premiering on FX this Sunday night, I had the chance to speak with Brown about embracing Kelly's strigoi side this season, exploring her unbreakable bond with Zach, and more.