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Today, writer/director Derek Nguyen’s gothic romance The Housemaid arrives in select theaters and on various digital and VOD platforms courtesy of IFC Midnight. Starring Kate Nhung in the titular role, the story follows a young woman named Linh in 1953 who is hired to work at rubber plantation in service to French landowner Sebastien (Jean-Michel Richaud), but finds that her new place of employment harbors many dark secrets. As a forbidden romance blossoms between Linh and her employer, the evil forces lurking on the property become more dangerous than ever.

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2018/02/16 21:45:25 UTC by Heather Wixson

"They live below and we live above. The day is ours, the night is theirs, and as long as we keep to the rules that's how it remains." At the mansion of Rachel and Edward, you must be in bed by midnight or risk facing the home's haunted inhabitants in The Lodgers, a new gothic horror movie from Brian O’Malley. With the movie coming out in theaters on February 23rd from Epic Pictures, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.

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2018/02/16 20:19:05 UTC by Derek Anderson

Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley are back behind the microphones for another special Horrigins installment of Daily Dead's podcast, this time shining a light on exciting contemporary female filmmakers in horror.

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2018/02/16 19:05:56 UTC

While it's exciting to see presents wrapped under the tree every holiday season, it's often just as thrilling to find new holiday horror movies hung with care on streaming services and at the local theater. Although it may only be February, we already have a new Christmas horror movie to look forward to this year, All the Creatures Were Stirring, directed by Rebekah McKendry (co-host of the Shock Waves podcast) and her husband, David Ian McKendry. To get you into the holiday spirit a little early this year, we have a look at Devon Whitehead's festive poster art for All the Creatures Were Stirring.

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2018/02/16 18:06:35 UTC by Derek Anderson

Beginning today, IFC Midnight takes horror fans back in time to 1953 Vietnam in the new horror film The Housemaid, and to celebrate the release of the Derek Nguyen movie, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.

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2018/02/16 17:45:37 UTC by Derek Anderson

With the Toy Fair kicking off in New York City tomorrow, EW has reached into the sewer drain and pulled out an exclusive look at Funko's detailed new line of Pop! vinyl figures based on characters from the new IT movie.

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2018/02/16 15:34:22 UTC by Derek Anderson

Someone alert DJ Stevie Wayne up in the Antonio Bay lighthouse, because NECA will summon the vengeful leader of the Elizabeth Dane this Halloween season, and they've continued their eye-catching Toy Fair reveals by unveiling new photos of their action figure based on the creepy character from John Carpenter's The Fog.

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2018/02/15 23:05:29 UTC by Derek Anderson

When you live in the zombie apocalypse, chocolates and flowers aren't the only things exchanged on Valentine's Day... 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 a special belated Valentine's Day panel with Daily Dead readers today!

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2018/02/15 22:50:10 UTC

Back in 2015, David Sandberg rocked the internet with the online release of the Kickstart-funded short film Kung Fury, his ode to 1980s action films and martial arts movies. Several years and nearly 30 million views on YouTube later, a feature-length sequel to Sandberg's short film is now moving forward, and it's been announced that Arnold Schwarzenegger has joined the cast in a key role.

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2018/02/15 22:26:49 UTC by Derek Anderson

Stuck in a mental institution against her will, a young woman gets one phone call to try and reach the outside world in the first clip from Steven Soderbergh's psychological thriller Unsane.

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2018/02/15 21:15:31 UTC by Derek Anderson

There are many different versions of Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, but perhaps the most memorable one (aside from the giant Freddy worm head) is Freddy decked out in a tuxedo, making his visit to Kristen's house all the more memorable. Continuing their reveals ahead of Toy Fair 2018, NECA has unveiled a new action figure featuring Freddy in classy attire, complete with Kristen's Elm Street house model that might make you start humming Dokken's "Into the Fire."

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2018/02/15 20:50:50 UTC by Derek Anderson

If you read my favorites of 2017 list, then you know I'm head over horror-loving heels for the band Muse. I was thrilled and chilled by their sci-fi-infused 2017 music video for "Dig Down" and their 2016 ode to Elvira with a stylish cover of The Cramps' "New Kind of Kick." Today, Muse unveiled their most horror-themed project yet with their music video for their new song "Thought Contagion," and it's already safe to say that this video should be added to Halloween 2018 playlists. 

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2018/02/15 20:09:41 UTC by Derek Anderson

Coming soon after the premiere of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 on STARZ, NECA's Series 2 figures of Ash, Henrietta, and the adult demon spawn will have groovy packaging that was recently revealed by NECA.

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2018/02/15 19:33:30 UTC by Derek Anderson

The battlefields in Pacific Rim Uprising are entire cities, each punch packing the weight and size of a skyscraper. With the creatures, robots, and stakes literally larger than life in the sequel to the 2013 Guillermo del Toro film, IMAX may be the best place to experience Pacific Rim Uprising, and a new trailer teases what moviegoers can expect to see on the super-sized screen.

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2018/02/15 19:14:07 UTC by Derek Anderson

Following a publishing hiatus and a change in management, the pop culture cornerstone Fangoria Magazine is being resurrected by  Cinestate. The Texas-based entertainment company has acquired all assets from the last 39 years of the magazine, named Phil Nobile Jr. as the new Editor-in-Chief, and are looking to begin their new quarterly publishing run of Fangoria this fall:

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2018/02/15 18:52:14 UTC by Derek Anderson
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