"So you met someone and now you know how it feels. Goody, goody." Starring Shelley Winters and the great Debbie Reynolds, What's the Matter with Helen (1971) is coming to Blu-ray on March 28th from Scream Factory, and we've been provided with three Blu-ray copies to give away to lucky Daily Dead readers.
The eerie sounds of Stranger Things helped make Hawkins home for many viewers last summer, and Lakeshore Records will give US fans (with Invada Records doing the same in the UK) the chance to collect the first season's score like never before with new Stranger Things Collector's Edition vinyl sets that will be released on July 14th.
Miles wants to see proof of the afterlife, but he may have bit off more creepiness than he can chew in the new supernatural thriller We Go On. With the film coming out on Blu-ray and DVD on April 4th from Lightyear Entertainment, we've been provided with two Blu-ray copies of We Go On to give away, and as a special treat for Daily Dead readers, we also have an exclusive clip from the film that you can watch right now.
Since she first appeared in the video game world in 1996, Lara Croft has explored some of the world's most gorgeous—and dangerous—locations on both the big and small screens. Played by Angelina Jolie in two film adaptations, Lara Croft will next be brought to life by Alicia Vikander in Warner Bros.' new Tomb Raider film, and official images reveal the actress as the daring adventurer.
Few films can get away with creating entire sets, villains, plot beats, and characters out of cardboard. Then again, few films in recent years have conjured the playful, metaphysical spirit that infuses Bill Watterson’s Dave Made a Maze. This purely independent and fully realized vision was one of the greatest joys of this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival lineup.
The Walking Dead fans know that you never want to be on the receiving end of Negan's "vampire" bat Lucille... especially when she's thirsty. McFarlane Toys immortalizes Negan's iconic "about to swing" pose from the AMC series with their new ten-inch-tall Negan deluxe action figure that's featured in new photos and release details.
"Tonight, Gotham is relying on one man to save us all." Sideshow Collectibles and Prime 1 Studio teamed up to create a 32-inch Scarecrow statue based on the psychiatrist-turned-supervillain Dr. Jonathan Crane's appearance in Batman: Arkham Knight.
The adventure beyond The Great Wall awaits you. The legendary Zhang Yimou's The Great Wall—starring Matt Damon, Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones), Willem Dafoe, and Andy Lau—is coming to Digital HD on May 9th and Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K on May 23rd from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
While a monster crushes a city half a world away, two friends share an intimate conversation in the serenity of their small town's park in a new clip from the comedic creature feature Colossal.
All that glitters is not gold in Curtis Harrington's What's the Matter with Helen, starring Shelley Winters and the late Debbie Reynolds, and you can heck out high-def Blu-ray clips and the original trailer for the film ahead of its new home media release on March 28th from Scream Factory.
As a stuntwoman in Hollywood, Lee Striga is no stranger to rolling with the punches and making intense actions look easy. These abilities suit her well for her other job: demon hunter. Readers can follow Lee on her latest adventures this summer in Dana Fredsti's The Spawn of Lilith, and Titan Books has provided us with an excerpt from the book and a look at the cover art that Daily Dead readers can enjoy right now.
Directed by Peter Hurd, The Control Group will be released on DVD this May from Wild Eye Releasing. Also: season four of The Walking Dead is set to air on Universo, and the Splathouse podcast team discuss Ed Wood's cult classic Plan 9 from Outer Space.
The "march to war" has nearly concluded, and with the biggest conflict of AMC's The Walking Dead about to begin, new photos and preview videos tease what's to come in the extended season 7 finale that will feature a pivotal, crucial confrontation between The Saviors and Alexandrians (a monumental moment that readers of the comic book series may be anticipating).
A lot of great TV horror movies rely on a final image, a real shocker, to hammer home the fear. But not all of them. When Michael Calls (1972) is a telefilm that measures out its chills, leading to a logical conclusion (for a small screen sinner) instead of an iconic screen shot for nostalgic viewers. Regardless, this one provides a platform for a solid thriller with a pedigree behind and in front of the camera.
When I think of some of my favorite B films of the 1970s, my mind tends to drift towards the works of the late filmmaker William Girdler. This man made nine movies in six years before his tragic death in ’78 at the age of thirty; chief among them Abby (’74), Grizzly (’76), and Day of the Animals (’77). Now, quantity obviously doesn’t equal quality, and he made a few outright stinkers. But he was exciting to me because he became a better, more confident filmmaker with each film; this is especially evident with his final release, The Manitou (1978), your typical ancient Native American little person demon growing out of the back of a woman’s neck who fights the heroes in space with laser beams kind of flick. You know the type.