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The creepy, kooky, and altogether ooky family is set to return to the big screen in 2019, and it looks like a very popular actor from the new Star Wars movies could be the one to voice Gomez Addams.

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2017/12/16 19:53:33 UTC by Derek Anderson

All hail Film Ventures International. Long-time purveyors of cinematic sleaze and genre enchantment, they’ve produced or at least distributed some of my very favorite low budget wonders: Beyond the Door (1974), Grizzly (’76), The Incubus (1981), and Pieces (’82) are only some of their titles that have provided hours of entertainment, from the goofy to the sublime (which in their case, is often one and the same). One of their final releases, The Power (1984), is a good example of their often heady mix, and a solid springboard for directors Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow on their way to their demented mutant mash The Kindred (’87).

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2017/12/16 17:04:24 UTC by Scott Drebit

With the two-episode season 4 finale of Z Nation airing tonight, fans don't have to wait to see if the living dead series will return, as it's officially been announced that the post-apocalyptic show has been renewed for a fifth season by SYFY.

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2017/12/15 23:27:08 UTC by Derek Anderson

Even before I’d seen a single Godzilla movie, I knew Mechagodzilla was my favorite damn thing in the entire franchise. Because really, how could it not be? Regardless of its incarnation, Mechagodzilla is still a giant robot shaped like a monster. There are few things in entertainment that are quite that perfect, and it seems that pop culture agrees. Mechagodzilla has become something of a series icon, up there with King Ghidorah and Mothra as one of the most recognizable non-Godzilla kaiju in the franchise. Yet all legends have to start somewhere, and for Mechagodzilla, it was in the fourteenth film of the franchise, Jun Fukuda’s aptly titled Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974).

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2017/12/15 23:04:54 UTC by Perry Ruhland

College graduation should have been the time of their lives, but a group of sorority sisters instead find themselves fighting for their lives in The House on Sorority Row. In March of 2018, Scorpion Releasing will deliver a limited edition Blu-ray of the 1983 slasher film with over 45 hours of color correction, and as a special holiday treat, they've unveiled the new cover art as well as the release details for the anticipated Blu-ray.

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2017/12/15 22:01:22 UTC by Derek Anderson

Throughout the past decade, journalist Heather Wixson has celebrated horror and championed the creative minds that keep the genre moving in exciting directions. With an endless number of thought-provoking articles published online over the past ten years and the recent release of her new book on practical effects artists, it's time to shine the spotlight on the Daily Dead Managing Editor in a new episode of our podcast!

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2017/12/15 19:19:23 UTC

A private investigator stumbles into the web of a cunning serial killer in the new horror film Poor Agnes, and following its recent screening at Chicago's Cinepocalypse film festival (read Patrick Bromley's review here), the movie is teased in a tense new trailer.

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2017/12/15 16:53:24 UTC by Derek Anderson

Even in a world where orcs, elves, and magic wands exist, sometimes a Taser is still the most effective weapon, as evidenced by Will Smith in a new clip from David Ayer's magic-infused buddy cop film, Bright.

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2017/12/15 16:37:35 UTC by Derek Anderson

"Because you were home." Those four words have a chilling meaning for those who have watched Bryan Bertino's The Strangers, and we'll soon see the familiar masked killers return in The Strangers: Prey at Night, which now has an official poster that offers a different, deadly take on praying. 

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2017/12/15 15:59:44 UTC by Derek Anderson

If you've ever fallen asleep in class, you know how disorienting it can be to wake up surrounded by other students and your disapproving teacher. So imagine how unsettling it would be to wake up in an altered reality version of your school, a predicament featured in The Coma: Recut, a new survival horror video game that's coming to Nintendo Switch on December 21st after being released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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2017/12/15 15:30:40 UTC by Derek Anderson

Since the first panels premiered on Daily Dead during Comic-Con, we've been excited to showcase artist Jeff Fuller's living dead comic strip Zomics, which finds the macabre humor in the everyday horrors of a zombie apocalypse. We release a new installment of Zomics every Thursday, and we're excited to share another panel with Daily Dead readers today!

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2017/12/15 00:22:29 UTC

You've seen him take on a living dead infection on The Walking Dead, but Steven Yeun faces a different kind of infection in the new movie Mayhem, and to celebrate RLJE Films' December 26th release of the film on Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD, we've been provided with a mini poster signed by director Joe Lynch and co-stars Steven Yeun and Samara Weaving.

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2017/12/14 23:18:10 UTC

Following their Steelbook releases of The Fog, They Live, and Escape from New York, Scream Factory will pay tribute to the Master of Horror once again on March 27th with 10,000 limited edition Steelbooks for both John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness and Assault on Precinct 13.

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2017/12/14 20:31:52 UTC by Tamika Jones

"You know, if only I had a portable war hammer... oh wait, I do!" With the wait nearly over for part 2 of Guillermo del Toro's animated series Trollhunters, Netflix unveiled a new clip that promises plenty of war hammer action.

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2017/12/14 19:20:59 UTC by Derek Anderson

Presented by Fathom Events, The Jim Henson Company, and Universal Pictures as a two-night event, the recently restored The Dark Crystal (1982) will mesmerize audiences in theaters on February 25th and 28th. Keep reading for more awesome news on the beloved film from the minds of Jim Henson and Frank Oz:

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2017/12/14 19:03:34 UTC by Tamika Jones
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