After taking us to Ghost Beach and telling us to say cheese (...or die), the creative team at Creepy Co. have another round of nostalgic Goosebumps apparel for R.L. Stine fans to add to their wardrobes, including T-shirts, a zippered hoodie, a button-up shirt, an enamel pin, and patches aplenty!
If you happened to miss the first season finale of HBO’s hit series Westworld, the most succinct way to summarize all of the goings-on would be to say that the proverbial poop has hit the fan, leaving the eponymous park in a state of uproar, completely changing the landscape of the show heading into season 2, which begins on April 22nd at 9:00pm EST.
A writer, director, and producer with a passion for creating atmospheric tension and relatable characters on screen, Deon Taylor has stayed busy behind the camera in recent years, with several thrillers coming out in the near future. With his latest film, Traffik, being released in theaters this Friday, Daily Dead had the pleasure of catching up with Taylor for our latest Q&A feature, in which the filmmaker discusses the real-life horrors that inspired his new movie, the film's ambitious shooting schedule that included 87 setups in one day, and the launch of his new production label Dark Circus, which will be the home of the new horror anthology series The Thrill that he's developing with Snoop Dog.
Judgment day is coming, and the massive evil it carries is none too pleased with Ash and his evil-fighting friends in the preview episode of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3.
Hello, readers! Thanks for joining us, and on a good day, too, because today marks the one-year anniversary of Comics Corner! Headlining today's feature is the return of the Penny Dreadful comic series with Volume 2: The Beauteous Evil. Also: Jughead: The Hunger #5, Daredevil #601, Casper and Wendy: The Good Little Witch #1, the final issue of the Deadman miniseries, Moonshine #9, Curse Words #13, Diablo House #4, Gravetrancers #3, and Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1.
A few familiar faces and a whole lot of new ones were featured on the season 4 premiere episode of Fear The Walking Dead, and after discussing The Walking Dead Season 8 finale, The Walking Dead ’Cast co-host Jason is back behind the microphones (this time joined by Lucy) to share his thoughts on the new direction for The Walking Dead companion series.
If you've ever watched the Colonial Marines fight Xenomorphs in Aliens and thought, "I'd like to try that," then you're in for a treat this Alien Day (April 26th), because Pure Imagination Studios and FoxNext Destinations are teaming up for a new virtual reality experience called Alien: Descent that brings you to the frontlines in a fight against everything from clingy Facehuggers to acidic Xenomorphs.
Prehistoric mayhem runs rampant over the modern world in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom's final trailer before it's released in theaters this summer.
They defeated It when they were kids, but the Losers' Club will have to face the ancient entity again as adults in IT: Chapter Two, and following recent potential casting reveals for the sequel, a new cinematographer is reportedly on board for the anticipated film.
Even though we'll have to wait a while before re-entering the Upside Down, there is still plenty to get excited about when it comes to the small town of Hawkins. A Stranger Things maze was recently announced for Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood, Orlando, and Singapore, and now two new additions to the cast have been announced.
Back in March, Mondo added cosmic horror to happy hour with Cthulhu tiki mugs, and now they're teaming up with artists Michael Bonanno and Tom "Thor" Thordarson from Tiki Farm to celebrate the recent 50th anniversary of Planet of the Apes with a special orangutan Lawgiver addition to their handcrafted "Tee-kis" line.
Someone alert DJ Stevie Wayne up in the Antonio Bay lighthouse, because NECA is summoning the vengeful leader of the Elizabeth Dane with their packaging reveal for The Fog action figure featuring new artwork by Devon Whitehead from Cavitycolors.
As the cover art for The Walking Dead #181 indicates, there will be more stories from the Commonwealth after the "New World Order" story arc concludes this June.
When last we left this Masters of Horror rewatch, I was lamenting the fact that a number of the episodes in the Showtime anthology series don’t feel like they really represent their namesake filmmakers accurately. The series premiere, “Incident On and Off a Mountain Road” is a great hour of television and one of my favorite episodes of the series while not really feeling like a Don Coscarelli film. Based on my memory of the show, I thought this was a sound thesis and one I would see proven out over the course of this rewatch. Then along comes “Dreams in the Witch House”—only the second episode of Masters of Horror —to blow my whole theory out of the water. This is a Stuart Gordon-directed episode that feels very much like a Stuart Gordon film.
If you missed Alex Garland's adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation in theaters (read Heather Wixson's four-star review here), then you can enter The Shimmer from the comfort of your own couch when Paramount Home Media Distribution releases the sci-fi horror film on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital platforms this May in the US: