The Corpse Club is back with another special episode of "Horrigins," our monthly spinoff exploring the origins of key franchises and figures in horror, as well as our first eerie experiences with them, and we have such sights to show you this time around with our look back at the pleasurable pain of Clive Barker's Hellraiser.
’Tis the season for beachside bonfires, endless afternoon naps, and trips to the air-conditioned confines of the local theater, making this the perfect time of year for the Corpse Club to discuss some of their favorite summer movie memories. So pack your brightest flashlight, your comfiest sleeping bag, and some of your favorite sugary snacks, and join us for a nostalgic cinematic campout under the stars.
They made many of us think twice about dipping our toes into oceans, lakes, or even the local swimming pool, and now, shark movies are swimming back to the big screen with recent films like The Shallows and 47 Meters Down. For many moviegoers, though, it all started with Jaws, and the Corpse Club thought it was the perfect time to take a summer swim into the four-film franchise as well as the high tide of shark movies that emerged in the decades following the Orca's doomed voyage. So hop in the water with us (but make sure you wait 30 minutes after eating) and keep an eye out for fins...
It's still celebrated for many reasons—the iconic "spider head," the nerve-wracking copper wire test, the eclectic characters, and the isolation and paranoia that they feel—and with June 25th marking 35 years since John Carpenter's The Thing hit theaters, the Corpse Club thought it was the perfect time to discuss the seminal 1982 remake on the latest episode of Daily Dead's new podcast.
Ahmanet has awakened from her tomb to wreak havoc on the big screen, and with Tom Cruise recently resurrecting The Mummy to kick off Universal's new interconnected Dark Universe of their classic monsters, we thought it was the perfect time to discuss the actor's previous work in the horror genre, his new take on The Mummy, our hopes for the Dark Universe, and our favorite Universal Monster movies, all in the newest episode of the Corpse Club podcast.
Ever since we decided to launch Corpse Club, we've looked forward to mixing things up with different host lineups and themed episodes to provide listeners with a wide range of topics, formats, and candid conversations. That's why, for our third episode, we're excited to unleash the first installment of "Horrigins," a new monthly spinoff that takes a look at the origins of key figures and franchises in horror. First up are the films featuring the boogeyman himself, Freddy Krueger, as two members of the Corpse Club descend into the dreamy depths of Springwood to discuss the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise.
Greetings, Corpse Club listeners! We're thrilled and chilled by the great response to our first episode of the Corpse Club podcast, and we can't wait for you to experience what lurks around the corner. In this week's episode, we turn our attention to deep space, where no one can hear you scream...
We’ve teased that we’ll be taking Daily Dead in new and exciting directions in 2017, and after announcing our new Corpse Club podcast back in April, we're excited to officially release the first episode!
We’ve teased that we’ll be taking Daily Dead in new and exciting directions in 2017. Today, I’m happy to announce the upcoming launch of our CORPSE CLUB podcast and community features.