Time after time, “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin has given horror fans new ways to look at and appreciate their favorite films through his imaginative artwork, and his new poster for George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead is no exception. Beginning September 8th, you can view Pullin's new eye-popping print in person at Below the Line 2: An Exhibition of Modern Movie Art in Hamilton, Ontario, and we have a look at some of the amazing horror movie posters that will be featured at the exhibit, including Pullin's new creation.
With a new Hellboy movie on the way, now is a great time to revisit Mike Mignola's comic book universe, which features entries from a wide range of immensely imaginative artists and authors, including this year's standalone graphic novel Into the Silent Sea, co-written by Gary Gianni. Gianni's own Monstermen and Other Scary Stories, which spun out of early Hellboy issues, returns to bookstores on August 22nd from Dark Horse, and to celebrate the collection's re-release, we've been provided with a set of preview pages to share with Daily Dead readers.
They went looking for monsters, but they had no idea that they would literally encounter them. A group of filmmakers find out the hard way that their new interviewees have a tendency to bite the hand that films them in the new movie The Monster Project, and ahead of its August 18th On Demand and Digital HD release from Epic Pictures Group, we've been provided with an exclusive clip for Daily Dead readers to enjoy.
In the apocalypse of The Strain, humans are no longer the top species, and the vampiric strigoi use them in whatever ways they see fit... no matter how horrifying they may be. A new behind-the-scenes video for season 4 goes inside "The Baby Factory," quite possibly the most horrifying place in the undead new world of The Strain.
Before Godzilla returns to the big screen in live-action form, you can see the radioactive reptile wreak havoc in Toho's new animated Godzilla movie that will be released on Netflix after a theatrical run in Japan. The Japanese trailer for the film takes you into the future for an epic showdown between humans and the creature who now rules their world.
"I always wondered if you had a line." Many fans of the Death Note franchise may find L to be just as intriguing as Light, and you can see both of the key characters together in a new clip from Netflix's Death Note movie ahead of its August 25th premiere.
Once you walk through its doorway, it swallows you into a living nightmare where the suburbs aren't what they seem and someone—or something—laughs maniacally behind a mirror. Ahead of its mid-September premiere, the many nightmares of Channel Zero: No-End House are teased in the official trailer that takes you through the rooms of a house where the haunts get personal.
Before he showed us the pleasures of "damn fine" coffee in Twin Peaks, Kyle MacLachlan played a different kind of FBI agent in Jack Sholder's The Hidden, coming to Blu-ray soon with a new HD remaster and several special features (which were included on the film's DVD release).
As far as literary-based houses go, the Neibolt House from Stephen King’s classic novel IT is prime nightmare fodder, and thankfully the folks at Warner Bros./New Line Cinema agree with that sentiment, because on Sunday evening they launched The IT Experience in Los Angeles, where attendees can go through the immersive haunt guided by their very own “Georgie” and experience all the terror Pennywise has in store for The Losers’ Club once IT arrives in theaters on September 8th.
Back in June, the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival took over Southern California, hosting screenings at numerous locations and featuring numerous genre films that horror and sci-fi fans should definitely keep on their radars in the coming months. Here are my thoughts on three of the movies that I had the opportunity to watch at the festival:
When you're going up against the Army of the Dead, chances of survival can be slim, but Jon Snow is running out of time and options on HBO's Game of Thrones, leading up to what should be a showdown to remember in the next episode, "Beyond the Wall," and you can check out new photos from the upcoming installment right now.
Timeless titans of the horror genre—including Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, and Christopher Lee—are featured in a new 9-disc, 26-film DVD set fittingly titled Horror Hall of Fame, coming this October from Mill Creek Entertainment.
Looking into a kaleidoscope can be a trippy experience in itself, but throw in hundreds of creepy clown faces and you're really in store for a disorienting time, as evidenced by the latest promo video for American Horror Story: Cult.
The great George A. Romero's films will live on forever to influence and inspire future generations of filmmakers, especially 1968's Night of the Living Dead, which invented the modern-day zombie as we know it. Late last year, The Museum of Modern Art and The Film Foundation premiered their 4K restoration of Night of the Living Dead (a restoration that was supervised by Romero himself), and this fall it will begin its screening tour in the US, giving fans the chance to pay tribute to one of the most unique voices in independent filmmaking.
Take a gander at Trick or Treat Studios' soft enamel pins, including Michael Myers from Halloween II, Leatherface, Slappy from R.L. Stine's Night of the Living Dummy, Sam from Trick 'r Treat and more diabolical characters to choose from (muahahahaha!).