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:
If your neighbor had a living dead secret, you would have to worry about being eaten by the Joneses, let alone keeping up with them. Three kids have to gear up to face a zombified threat next door in the Canadian horror comedy Dead Shack (read our own Patrick Bromley's Cineapocalypse review here), which is now streaming on Shudder, and we've been provided with two images to share with Daily Dead readers.
If you thought you knew everything about late-night radio show hosts Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold, that's about to change. With their most surprising and heartfelt broadcast yet, nothing will ever be the same on the King Falls AM radio show. This broadcast packs an emotional wallop that stretches back to Sammy's first night in America's strangest small town, and we have it right here on Daily Dead for listeners to enjoy.
Madballs and Kidrobot are going back to where it all started, but with their new Madballs foam series, they're also introducing three new characters (shown above). With a collection that includes Dust Brian, Horn Head, Screamin Meamie, Skull Face, Swine Sucker, and more, the latest batch of Madballs can gross out your loved ones right now, and we have a look at the entire set.
With New York City's Toy Fair right around the corner, NECA is enrolling in classes early at the prestigious Miskatonic University with their retro-style Re-Animator figure featuring Herbert West, Rufus the cat, and the head of Dr. Hill.
Three words: demon possessed goat. Fans of Drag Me to Hell, gather 'round, because the Collector's Edition of the 2990 Sam Raimi movie has now been released from Scream Factory, and we have a look at Blu-ray clips and the trailer for those who are new to this story or want to relive the wildness of it all.
Dig out your croquet set, because Michael Lehmann's cult dark comedy Heathers is coming to life soon as a TV series reboot on the Paramount Network, and ahead of the series' March 7th premiere, we have a look at a new clip from the show that offers a glimpse into the tense high school hierarchy of the Heathers.
Before they're displayed at Toy Fair 2018 this weekend in New York City, feast your eyes on some new figures from Mezco Toyz, ranging from The Exorcist's Regan to a new Living Dead Dolls Michael Myers figure based on the cinematic killer's appearance in John Carpenter's Halloween.
Before he was Alex Murphy from RoboCop, Peter Weller was Bart Hughes, a slick Wall Street executive who must fend off home invaders in Of Unknown Origins (1983). Bonus extras have not been revealed at this time, but the Blu-ray from Scream Factory will be released on May 22nd and we have a look at the cover art.
The third season of the madcap adventures with scientist extraordinaire Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty can be yours to watch again and again when Rick and Morty: Season 3 comes to Blu-ray and DVD on May 15th! Continue reading for details on the bonus content, including three exclusive features.
Back in 2016, it was announced that Jen and Sylvia Soska would direct a remake of David Cronenberg’s 1977 movie Rabid, and now we're excited to share the news that Shout! Studios has acquired the remake for US distribution:
Valentine's Day is a time for chocolates, soft lighting, and music to set the mood, but like all holidays, when things come from the heart, there's still always room for horror, and Crypt TV has two new short films that you can enjoy with the horror lover in your life tonight.
Looking to stream some scares with that special someone on Valentine's Day? The streaming service Shudder has you covered with their "Love Sick" collection that includes zombies, a vampire, and love gone wrong... or horribly right.
This Friday, the psychological thriller Looking Glass arrives in select theaters and on various digital platforms courtesy of Momentum Pictures. Directed by Tim Hunter (the director of River’s Edge and episodes of various genre TV shows like Scream: The TV Series, Hannibal, Gotham, American Horror Story, and more), and co-starring Nicolas Cage and Robin Tunney, Looking Glass follows a married couple trying to rebuild their lives after a tragic accident claims their young daughter. They purchase a remote roadside motel, but get more than they bargained for once they realize there’s much more to their new property than meets the eye.