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.
This week on The Walking Dead ’Cast, Jason and special guest Rima Jo reflect on Rick and company's nerve (and skin)-shredding trip into Scavenger territory.
After months of careful planning by Ben, his ultimate notebook plan to save Emily finally goes into action on air at King Falls AM (660 on the radio dial). Make sure you're sitting down before you tune in, folks, because this is a knee-buckling broadcast of horror, hope, and twists aplenty. Sammy's going to need a strong cup of coffee at Rose's Diner after this one.
With The Walking Dead Season 7 underway once again, Jason and Karen have a lot to discuss on the latest episode of The Walking Dead ’Cast, including that epic scene involving two cars, one steel wire, and a horde of walkers...
Diehard Daily Dead readers know that Patrick Bromley (also the host of the F This Movie! podcast) is a big fan of Jackson Stewart's Beyond the Gates (for proof, look no further than his love letter to the movie), so it is rather fitting that Patrick was recently a special guest on the Splathouse podcast to discuss the VHS board game horror movie, and you can listen to the new episode right here, right now.
King Falls AM listeners know that Ben has been cooking up a "secret notebook" plan to get Emily back since she was snatched into the sky, and with the execution of his plan rapidly approaching, Sammy, Ben, and a few on-air guests have plenty to talk about in the new broadcast of their beloved late-night radio show.
With so many characters no longer alive on The Walking Dead after six and a half seasons, it doesn't take long to put together a list of five people that you'd like to resurrect in the series. That's exactly what Jason and Karen do on a new episode of The Walking Dead ’Cast, which features an interview with one of those former cast members, IronE Singleton, who played T-Dog in the first three seasons.
While we wait for the return of The Walking Dead this February, The Walking Dead ’Cast is helping to make the time go by a little quicker with their intriguing conversations about Train to Busan, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and the latest Walking Dead news.
The self-proclaimed "Best Small Town in America" is celebrating another year at the top, but with Sammy and Ben not allowed to partake in the festivities, the latest broadcast of King Falls AM features call-ins from around the community.
You've read about their favorite fright films of 2016 in our end-of-year favorites lists on Daily Dead, and now you can listen to Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley discuss their go-to horror movies from the past year on a new episode of Bromley's F This Movie! podcast.
AMC's The Walking Dead TV series may be on its mid-season hiatus, but the world of Robert Kirkman's living dead comic book series shambles ahead with the recent release of The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier. The highly anticipated game showcases the return of Clementine, and the latest episode of The Walking Dead ’Cast features the voice behind the fan favorite survivor, Melissa Hutchison.
With 2016 officially in the rearview mirror, 2017 is wasting no time kicking off an eventful new year in the small town of King Falls, as the mysterious Rainbow Lights from above return in a new broadcast of Sammy and Ben's late-night radio show, King Falls AM.
With The Walking Dead in its mid-season hiatus, Karen and David swap walkers for artificial intelligence during an in-depth discussion about the first season of HBO's Westworld in the latest episode of The Walking Dead ’Cast, which you can listen to right now.
The holiday spirit is literally infectious in the new broadcast of King Falls AM, as the townspeople—even Herschel Baumgartner—can't stop themselves from singing and busting a move at the annual tree lighting ceremony.
Following Negan's intense stay at Alexandria in the mid-season 7 finale of The Walking Dead, Jason and Karen have plenty to discuss in the latest installment of The Walking Dead ’Cast, which you can listen to right now.