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Following the release of perhaps his most well-received movie to date, Guillermo del Toro is wasting no time lining up future projects.

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2017/12/12 21:57:19 UTC by Derek Anderson

Viewers beware, you're in for a scare! Earlier this year it was revealed that the sequel to 2015's Goosebumps is scheduled to haunt theaters on September 21st, 2018, and while we're still waiting to see what direction Sony takes the film franchise in its pivotal second installment, a director has now been revealed for the latest adaptation of R.L. Stine's popular horror book series.

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2017/12/12 18:38:52 UTC by Derek Anderson

This past weekend, James Franco enjoyed his fourth time hosting Saturday Night Live in an episode that featured several holiday sketches. While the episode as a whole delivered plenty of standout moments, nothing was quite as memorable as the unforgettable "Gift Wrap" sketch, which might be the most memorable (and messy) holiday SNL skit since Will Ferrell sang "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" on a rapidly spinning, vomit-inducing platform.

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2017/12/12 17:03:21 UTC by Derek Anderson

One is human, the other is an orc, but at the end of the day, the two police officers in David Ayer's new movie Bright work together to stop the mystical world of crime, as evidenced in the magical third trailer.

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2017/12/12 16:13:36 UTC by Derek Anderson

"This time the haunted house is my family's house." Horror hits close to home for parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) in the new trailer for Insidious: Chapter 4, and while the latest video for the fourth entry in the horror franchise features plenty of previously released footage from the first trailer, it also offers a new glimpse into Elise's haunted past.

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2017/12/12 05:48:02 UTC by Derek Anderson

We should go ahead and rename December 12th “Arrow Video Day,” because the fine fiends over there have a ton of titles coming out this Tuesday, including Special Edition sets for The Premonition and Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood, and they’ve also put together standalone special edition Blu-rays for both House and House II: The Second Story. Severin Films is resurrecting Asylum this Tuesday, and fans can finally get their hands on the latest season of Game of Thrones, as well as a box set featuring every episode from all seven seasons.

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2017/12/12 02:30:15 UTC by Heather Wixson

He's the creative mind behind the music for both of Michael Dougherty's beloved holiday horror movies, Trick ’r Treat and Krampus, and Douglas Pipes' captivating music can now be heard in the recent horror comedy The Babysitter. To celebrate his new score and to reflect on his impressive past work, we caught up with Pipes for a Q&A feature, and he discussed his collaborations with Dougherty, how he became interested in music during his formative years, and which composer is still a major influence on his own work.

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2017/12/12 01:38:36 UTC by Derek Anderson

Set in the ’70s and focused on the teenage years of one of the world's most infamous serial killers, My Friend Dahmer left an indelible mark on 2017 cinema thanks to its unsettling story, powerful performances, and emotional music. In a new installment of our Q&A features, Daily Dead caught up with composer Andrew Hollander to discuss creating the score for Marc Meyers' haunting coming-of-age film.

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2017/12/12 00:40:51 UTC by Derek Anderson

If you're going to miss seeing the faces of The Walking Dead characters until season 8 returns in February, you can take solace in looking at Funko's new Pop! vinyl figures of Eugene (with his jar of pickles), Negan, Sasha, King Ezekiel, and Daryl Dixon.

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2017/12/12 00:02:38 UTC by Derek Anderson

Following the shocking events of The Walking Dead mid-season 8 finale, nothing will ever be the same on the AMC series, and a new preview video for the second half of this season promises that the last stand is just getting started.

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2017/12/11 22:47:34 UTC by Derek Anderson

Following its well-received festival run, the kidnapping thriller Hounds of Love is heading to the big screen for one night only in select US theaters this Tuesday, December 12th, courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky. These special screenings will including a Los Angeles showing co-presented by Beyond Fest, and we're excited to announce that Daily Dead Managing Editor Heather Wixson will be on hand to host a Q&A with writer/director Ben Young and star Emma Booth! 

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2017/12/11 19:30:23 UTC

Old dogs and new tricks, that’s me, as I’ve never seen a Sergio Martino film until now. If Torso is to be my first, so be it; a fun giallo with copious amounts of strictly gratuitous nudity is nothing to scoff at, and UK boutique label Shameless Films lovingly stabs their way onto your video shelf.

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2017/12/11 17:55:47 UTC by Scott Drebit

With the new year nearly upon us, the 2018 Golden Globe Award nominations were announced today, and Guillermo del Toro fans will be pleased to know that his latest film, The Shape of Water (read our review here), has been nominated seven times—the most nominations by any other film or television series this year.

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2017/12/11 16:28:08 UTC by Derek Anderson

We've been keeping Daily Dead readers updated on OVERKILL's The Walking Dead first-person shooter video game since it was first announced in 2014. Now a new cinematic trailer for the four-player co-op video game has been released, showing the streets of Washington D.C. overrun with the living dead.

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2017/12/11 01:11:07 UTC by Derek Anderson

Virtual reality isn't just an escape f0r Wade Watts, it's a chance for a better real life. Following its infectiously fun trailer debut at San Diego Comic-Con this past summer, the official trailer for Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One (based on the book of the same name by Ernest Cline) has been released by Warner Bros., giving viewers the chance to rock out to Van Halen's "Jump."

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2017/12/11 00:46:16 UTC by Derek Anderson
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