Andrew-Lincoln-590

With The Walking Dead Season 5 now wrapped up, I can confidently say that I feel this was the strongest season of the series. With new characters, new threats, and new zombie creations, there was a little something for everyone and it feels like the show has really hit its stride with balancing action and character development. I had a chance to catch up with Andrew Lincoln, following the Season 5 finale, and he talked about working with the new cast, his zombie fight from the finale, his favorite scene from the season, and shaving off his beard: Read More

2015/04/01 16:00:10 UTC by Jonathan James

interstellar

The month of March is quietly coming to a close in terms of home entertainment choices as there are only just a handful of genre-related titles making their way to Blu-ray and DVD this week. Paramount is releasing Christopher Nolan’s latest sci-fi epic, Interstellar, onto all formats, Blue Underground is bringing two separate collections of cult classics from both Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci to high definition, and Olive Films has dug up a few overlooked gems to release on March 31st as well.

Read More

2015/03/31 00:28:01 UTC by Heather Wixson

Vortex

When fans of the V/H/S horror anthology franchise picked up the recently released Blu-ray of the third and latest installment, 2014’s V/H/S: Viral, they may have stumbled on something special after the credits had rolled: an all new segment called “Gorgeous Vortex” from writer/director Todd Lincoln (The Apparition). A beautifully shot, dialogue-free collage of nightmare images not included in the theatrical cut of the movie, “Gorgeous Vortex” is now available exclusively on the Blu-ray and DVD of V/H/S: Viral.

Daily Dead recently spoke with Lincoln about “Gorgeous Vortex” and his participation in the horror anthology. Read More

2015/03/30 22:39:32 UTC by Patrick Bromley

Kill-Me-Three-Times

There is good news and bad news about Kriv Stenders’ neo-noir film Kill Me Three Times. The good news is that it’s fun to see Simon Pegg enjoying himself as a real scumbag of a hitman. The bad news is that if you’ve seen a handful of crime movies in the last 20 years, you’ve already seen most of what Kill Me Three Times has to offer. Read More

2015/03/27 14:10:31 UTC by Patrick Bromley

The-Beyond

For the second to last week of March, genre fans have a lot to look forward to as there are a ton of titles making their home entertainment debut this Tuesday. Image Entertainment is releasing Digging Up the Marrow, the latest from filmmaker Adam Green, on both Blu-ray and DVD and Grindhouse Releasing is doing the dark lord’s work with their stunning 3-Disc Collector’s Edition of Lucio Fulci’s cult classic, The Beyond. Wild Eye Releasing also has several films being released on March 24th and Shout Factory has another great Mystery Science Theater 3000 box set coming out as well. Read More

2015/03/24 01:46:07 UTC by Heather Wixson

Turbo-Kid-590-b

Last week, the wildly inventive post-apocalyptic film Turbo Kid screened during the 2015 SXSW Film Festival and Daily Dead was able to catch up with the filmmakers behind the project- Francois Simard, Yoann-Karl Whissell and Anouk Whissell to hear more about what inspired them to expand on the original Turbo short from The ABC’s of Death to create the feature film version, collaborating with their co-stars and whether or not they’ve already begun dreaming up a Turbo Kid sequel. Read More

2015/03/23 18:39:25 UTC by Heather Wixson

Manson-Family-Vacation

During the 2015 SXSW Film Festival last week, writer/director J. Davis celebrated the premiere of his debut directorial effort, Manson Family Vacation, and to mark the occasion, Daily Dead had the chance to chat briefly with the up-and-coming filmmaker about the inspiration behind the story, collaborating with co-stars Jay Duplass and Linas Phillips as well as working with Saw alum (and proverbial genre favorite) Tobin Bell. Read More

2015/03/23 15:14:53 UTC by Heather Wixson

Excess-Flesh

In Excess Flesh, we follow a mentally imbalanced woman by the name of Jill (Bethany Orr), whose preoccupation with her roommate Jennifer (Mary Loveless) and her own self-loathing pushes her sanity to the edge, changing the lives of both women forever. Co-written and directed by Patrick Kennelly, Excess Flesh does its best to explore the dangers of obsession in its many forms and society’s depiction of beauty, but ultimately comes up short, as the script never really goes much further than skin-deep with its often convoluted message and the finale doesn’t make much sense overall. Read More

2015/03/23 14:59:05 UTC by Heather Wixson

Deathgasm

During the 2015 SXSW Film Festival, Daily Dead had the opportunity to catch up with several members of the cast and crew for Deathgasm, the wildly raucous tribute by Jason Lei Howden to all things horror and metal. We heard from Howden, producers Ant Timpson, Andrew Beattie as well as co-stars Milo Cawthorne and Kimberley Crossman about their involvement in the project and much more. Read More

2015/03/23 00:27:49 UTC by Heather Wixson

Manson-Family-Vacation

While not a horror movie by any means, Manson Family Vacation piqued my interests during the 2015 SXSW Film Festival due to its subject matter (the notorious Charles Manson) and the fact that it co-starred Saw alum Tobin Bell. And while I had no real expectations going into the film, what I came away with was one of the more surprisingly ingenious and heartfelt examinations of Manson and his continuing influence I’ve ever seen as well as a story that does an incredible job of intelligently deconstructing the idea of what family really means. Read More

2015/03/22 18:41:41 UTC by Heather Wixson