To gear up for the upcoming seventh season of Game of Thrones, Dark Horse and HBO Global Licensing debuted new looks for previously released statues of Daenerys Targaryen and Melisandre at Toy Fair 2017, and fans can look forward to these items hitting shelves in June!
Zack Ward and James Cullen Bressack, the minds behind some of the most fun and original horror films as of late, present Circus Kane. A new trailer for the Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray-directed film has been released and stars Jonathan Lipnicki (Jerry Maguire, Interns of F.I.E.L.D.). Also: the short film Dinner, the Blu-ray / DVD release of Night of Something Strange, Horror Haiku Season 5 teaser videos, and Territorial Behavior.
Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant may not come out in theaters until May 19th, but you can get to know the ship's crew (whose captain may come as a surprise) right now in the new short film Last Supper, the official prologue to Alien: Covenant that was directed by Luke Scott (Morgan).
NECA pays tribute to Nostromo crew member Lambert in their Series 11 figures based on the Alien franchise, with the upcoming series also including two Xenomorph figures—one from Dark Horse's Aliens: Defiance comic book series and the other with a Kenner-style appearance.
With spring right around the corner, you might hear the wind carrying the sound of a chainsaw starting up, or perhaps it's the maniacal cackle of a Good Guys doll gone bad that you hear. Leatherface and Chucky are just two of the many film fiends that will stalk the silver screen at the annual April Ghouls Drive-In Monster-Rama in Pennsylvania, and we have details on the anticipated event's full lineup of eight movies screening over two festive nights.
Ahead of the theatrical release of Get Out later this week, writer/director Jordan Peele discusses the film's Stepford Wives-esque environment and what he set out to achieve with the movie in a new behind-the-scenes featurette.
Funko's Pop! vinyl figures have given collectors new ways to view iconic characters, and some of those unique looks will now come to life on the paneled page, as IDW Publishing and Funko announced at Toy Fair that they are teaming up for one-shot comics this May, including The X-Files, Ghostbusters, Judge Dredd, and more.
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, and Jake Gyllenhaal, Daniel Espinosa's Life will make its world premiere as the closing night film at this year's South by Southwest Film Festival.
Following yesterday's news that Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen has joined the growing cast The Predator, another big name has now been linked to the Shane Black film.
In the aftermath of The Whisperer War, difficult decisions must be made, and judging by the cover art for The Walking Dead #167, two familiar faces have a very tough choice to make...
Following its hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, the new Mystery Science Theater 3000 now has a premiere date and cast image from Netflix.
Writer/director Eric England has made a name for himself in the horror genre by bending familiar genres into new and unique shapes, whether it's his debut feature Madison County, a take on the slasher movie mixed with ’70s survival horror, or 2013's Contracted, his version of a body horror film and more (although to say exactly what would spoil one of that movie's best surprises). England's fourth feature, Get the Girl, continues this tradition of genre-bending by mashing up a dark comedy, heist movie, crime thriller, and romance into one slick, sharp package.
"He's not an animal, he's not a beast... he's a being." Ahead of its upcoming release from Legendary and Warner Bros., Kong: Skull Island is teased in a new featurette and several foreboding clips.
We've been eager for Daily Dead readers to see Sean Byrne's The Devil's Candy since it screened at Fantastic Fest back in 2015, and with its release nearly upon us, the movie's eye-catching new poster artwork by Ken Taylor has been unveiled.
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone more attractive to an anglophile. With gaunt, angular features and a proper aristocratic accent, Peter Cushing could just as easily sell you a first-edition Charles Dickens novel as he could read a line of dialogue. Inserting those proper English characteristics into tales of bloodthirsty creatures is part of what makes Hammer films so entertaining. In the case of Val Guest’s 1957 creature feature, The Abominable Snowman, those admirable characteristics are also integral parts of the plot.