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Two different species come together in an eye-catching underwater poster for Guillermo del Toro's newest film, The Shape of Water.

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2017/10/20 00:38:30 UTC by Derek Anderson

Of all the many sub-genres in horror, the slasher is probably my favorite. There aren’t many good ones, but even the bad ones tend to deliver exactly what we want from the formula. They’re horror movie comfort food, and Shudder is offering an entire buffet this October.

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2017/10/20 00:03:18 UTC by Patrick Bromley

A few years ago, Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice came together to create one of the best found footage films of the modern era of horror, Creep. A surprise hit that connected with horror fans in a big way, Duplass is reprising his disconcerting character (now known as “Aaron”) in Creep 2, but this time, he finds that his new “project,” an online filmmaker named Sara (Desiree Akhavan), doesn’t scare nearly as easy as he was hoping, especially after she agrees to continue working with him after he confesses that he is indeed a serial killer. Realizing that he may have finally met his match, “Aaron’s” new companion is about to push him and his fragile psyche further than ever before.

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2017/10/19 23:05:26 UTC by Heather Wixson

Ever wondered what it's like to turn into a walker? AMC is giving you the chance to find out with their newly launched virtual reality app AMC VR, which includes 360-degree experience videos in which you become a member of the living dead herd. And, following the premiere of The Walking Dead's 100th episode on Sunday, an extended scene will also be released on the app, giving fans more juicy content to enjoy.

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2017/10/19 22:57:45 UTC by Derek Anderson

Last fall, Cavitycolors got horror fans in the spooky spirit with their festive and downright fun Creepy Carvers enamel pins. Now they're back with series 2 of their popular pins, this time paying homage to another group of horror icons, including Ghost Face (which also glows in the dark), Tarman, and more! 

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2017/10/19 22:32:04 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'll be releasing a new installment of Zomics every Thursday, and we're excited to share a special Halloween-themed panel with Daily Dead readers today!

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2017/10/19 21:55:58 UTC

Last Thanksgiving, Creepy Co. turned heads in Haddonfield and beyond with their Halloween collector's enamel pin set, and this autumn they're once again paying tribute to John Carpenter's classic horror film with two new enamel pins and an eye-popping shirt design featuring the boogeyman with his butcher blade.

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2017/10/19 21:17:35 UTC by Derek Anderson

Earlier this year, Daily Dead had the opportunity to speak with several folks involved with the slasher comedy Tragedy Girls while in Austin at SXSW 2017 (which is where it celebrated its world premiere). But now that the film is set to enjoy its theatrical run this Friday, courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky, we thought we’d catch up again with co-writer/director Tyler MacIntyre, as well as with one-half of the film's titular anti-heroes, Alexandra Shipp (X-Men: Apocalypse, Straight Outta Compton), to talk Tragedy Girls one last time.

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2017/10/19 20:03:31 UTC by Heather Wixson

In the "All Out War" on The Walking Dead's upcoming eighth season, every goodbye could be your last, and Carol and Daryl share a fond farewell with walkers approaching in a new clip from the season 8 premiere episode.

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2017/10/19 19:30:46 UTC by Derek Anderson

Despite Paramount Pictures removing the World War Z sequel (along with the new Friday the 13th movie) from their release schedule early this year, hope for the Brad Pitt project stayed afloat, with filmmaker David Fincher reportedly still interested in taking the directing reins on the follow-up to 2013's World War Z. In a recent interview with Empire, Fincher addressed the status of the World War Z sequel, confirming his interest and giving fans of the first film a glimmer of hope, even though the film is in the early stages of reanimation. 

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2017/10/19 18:48:08 UTC by Derek Anderson

Whether he was telling stories of the living dead, the supernatural, or human monsters, filmmaker Umberto Lenzi always found a way to draw you in with his genuine enthusiasm behind the lens and a pure passion for cinema that was evident in his work. It is with great sadness, then, that we share the news of Lenzi's passing at the age of 86.

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2017/10/19 17:25:31 UTC by Derek Anderson

Whether you have fond or frustrating (or both) recollections of playing the Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street NES video games, Funko is here to rekindle your gaming memories with new Pop! horror 8-bit vinyl figures featuring three horror icons: one from Springwood, one from Camp Crystal Lake, and one from deep space!

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2017/10/19 16:00:38 UTC by Derek Anderson

You don't want to get on Frank Castle's bad side. Many know this, but if you forgot or you need a not-so-friendly reminder, the new trailer for Netflix's The Punisher series has been released ahead of its November premiere.

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2017/10/19 14:59:40 UTC by Derek Anderson

Not even puzzle game characters are safe from slashers this Halloween season, as Digerati Distribution and Blue Wizard Digital have released the launch trailer for the new video game Slayaway Camp: Butcher's Cut, which will be released on consoles next week and features the voices of Mark Meer as the serial killer Skullface and Jason Voorhees himself, Derek Mears, as Jessica:

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2017/10/19 14:27:46 UTC by Derek Anderson

The world of Fear The Walking Dead will never be the same after the violent events of the season 3 finale, but there are some big behind-the-scenes changes underway as well. With showrunner Dave Erickson moving on to develop an series adaptation of David Cronenberg's Consumed, Ian Goldberg and Andrew Chambliss are taking over as showrunners and The Walking Dead showrunner Scott M. Gimple is coming on board as an executive producer. In a recent letter to the fans, Gimple teased what we can expect to see in the upcoming fourth season of the companion series.

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2017/10/19 04:29:15 UTC by Derek Anderson
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