Ash spent some quality time in the asylum during the second season of Ash vs Evil Dead, and he even made a new friend at the frightening facility: a hand puppet version of himself. Dubbed "Ashy Slashy," this depiction of the iconic Bruce Campbell character will be released as a truly groovy collectible, and following its initial reveal last year, NECA has now unveiled a new look at the puppet.
Tom Hiddleston's Captain James Conrad is on the run from a skull crawler and saved by a massive, familiar creature in a new clip from Kong: Skull Island.
Put on a strong pot of coffee and get ready to start rockin' with Dokken again (if you ever stopped, that is), because Cavity Colors is celebrating the upcoming 30th anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors with a new shirt design featuring Kristen Parker, Nancy Thompson, and Freddy Krueger with his syringe fingers.
A breathtaking mansion becomes the backdrop of grisly murders in The Spiral Staircase, a 1946 thriller co-starring Ethel Barrymore and coming to Blu-ray and DVD courtesy of Kino Lorber.
Starting tomorrow, horror fans will be introduced to four fresh, deadly tales from four female directors in the new horror anthology XX. To show viewers what went into the making of the movie, Magnet Releasing has revealed a new featurette that explores the eclectic stories and creative processes behind the macabre magic of XX.
Easily one of the more thought-provoking horror movies to get a wide release in some time, Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness arrives in theaters this weekend courtesy of 20th Century Fox. Not one to shy away from an ambitious directorial challenge, during our interview, Verbinski discussed bringing the unknown back to big screen horror, what fueled his desire to tackle a wholly unique story after years of bringing popular properties to life, and how A Cure for Wellness is his own twisted version of a fairy tale.
"When I saw you sitting at that bus station, you reminded me so much of someone..." Bill (James Remar) and Joan (Emma Roberts) have a conversation about faith (with an underlying sense of dread) in a new clip from Osgood Perkins' The Blackcoat's Daughter.
It's been several years since the release of Sam Raimi's last feature film, Oz the Great and Powerful, but the Evil Dead filmmaker could potentially be coming back to the big screen soon.
Ever since Daily Dead's Heather Wixson saw Colossal at Sundance, we've been eager for Nacho Vigalondo's latest film to stomp into theaters, and ahead of its April release from Neon, a new trailer for Colossal offers more insights into the comedic creature feature.
Hello, readers! Welcome back for the another installment of one our featured columns here at Daily Dead, Deadly Dialogue: A Conversation on Cinema, in which we catch up with notable folks—both in front of and behind the camera—from the horror and sci-fi genres, to discuss the films that inspired them to become the artists they are today.
Back in September, Michael Gross revealed that Tremors 6 was moving forward with Burt Gummer and Jamie Kennedy's Travis Welker returning to go up against the Graboids. Today, Universal 1440 Entertainment announced that production is officially underway on Tremors 6 in South Africa, with the sequel slated to come out Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD in 2018.
Between Narcos, Morgan, and the upcoming Logan, Boyd Holbrook has been staying busy as of late, but perhaps his biggest role is yet to come in Shane Black's The Predator, which the actor recently shed some light on, including how it is not a sequel.
There was never really a need to sequelize 1982’s Poltergeist. It told a complete story. It vanquished the evil spirit haunting the house by film’s end. Heck, it even vanquished the house itself. But because the original movie was a hit and it was the ’80s, the Tobe Hooper/Steven Spielberg collaboration got not just one sequel but two, despite the fact that it does not lend itself to being a franchise. New villains and new mythology—and eventually even new family members—were introduced to keep the story going, albeit with mixed results. And while the sequels have their fans, they’re hardly among the most beloved horror films of the decade. Thanks to Scream Factory’s new Collector's Editions of both, horror fans now have the chance to reevaluate them in the best possible format.
Last month it was announced that Ridley Scott's horror classic Alien will be screening at this year's SXSW Film Festival in Austin, and now it's been revealed that the screening will include special guests Scott, Michael Fassbender, and Danny McBride, as well as a sneak peek of Scott's new film, Alien: Covenant.
When it was released in 2011, Gareth Evans' Indonesian film The Raid: Redemption set the bar almost impossibly high for modern action movies. Now, WarParty and XYZ Films are looking to recapture the original movie's martial arts magic with a reimagining of The Raid that will star Frank Grillo (The Purge: Election Year, The Grey), be written and directed by Joe Carnahan (The Grey), and be executive produced by Evans himself.