From frozen Deadite frights at a sperm bank to an unconventional birth, the second episode of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 featured plenty of eye-popping practical effects, and a new video goes behind the scenes of the latest ambitious entry to the series.
Sometimes dental hygiene can be more harmful than helpful... 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 new panel with Daily Dead readers today!
Last fall, Paramount Pictures slated the sixth film in the Terminator franchise for a July 26th, 2019 release, and while the news front for the new movie has been relatively quiet over the past several months, a new name is potentially being added to the cast list.
In her five-star Sundance review of Mandy, Daily Dead Managing Editor Heather Wixson called the latest film from Panos Cosmatos "a psychedelic powder keg of cinematic insanity," so we're extra thrilled to share the news that RLJE Films has acquired US rights to the Nicolas Cage-starring film, with a theatrical release planned for this summer.
Like, zoinks, it's the Winchester brothers with Scooby-Doo! The long-awaited, highly anticipated crossover between Supernatural and Scooby-Doo is nearly upon us, and EW has shared new images from the episode that is fittingly titled "Scoobynatural."
Following what is perhaps the most surprising and heartfelt broadcast yet of King Falls AM, Sammy and Ben are back in studio to talk with Emily Potter, discuss what's next, and take a call that reveals some intriguing insights about the Batman-esque vigilante known as The Dark.
When you move into a new apartment, it takes a while to figure out what's going bump in the night in your new home, and while sometimes those "bumps" can be the frightful figment of your own imagination, a young woman discovers her nighttime fears to be all too real—and painful—in the official trailer for Apartment 212.
"I'm beginning to feel better." She had planned to kill herself, but those plans changed when home invaders interrupted what would have been Tommy's final evening on Earth in the new horror thriller Eat Me. An adaptation of Jacqueline Wright’s play of the same name, Eat Me is out now in theaters and on VOD platforms from Blue Fox Entertainment, and we've been provided with a clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
Some families would fall apart after discovering that one of their own is a member of the living dead, but the Hammonds find a way to stick together through every blood-spattered moment in the infectiously fun season 2 trailer for Santa Clarita Diet.
A small town's crimson-stained secret lies at the center of Trail of Blood, a new novel from Steve Wands and Keith Latch, and we've been provided with the first three chapters to share with Daily Dead readers in today's Horror Highlights, which also includes details on the Kickstarter campaign for Daniel Mark Young and James Craigie's new project, Werehouse, and a trailer for Robin Rippmann's short film Porcelain Stare.
If you would have told me back when the sequel was first announced that The Strangers: Prey at Night could potentially end up as one of my favorite films of 2018, I would have told you that you were completely off your rocker. And yet, here we are, with Johannes Roberts’ sequel defying all of my (admittedly low, but more on that later) expectations to deliver a more than worthy sequel to Bryan Bertino’s The Strangers that captures the unsettling nature of the original, and yet puts in some extra effort that makes Prey at Night still feel like it’s doing its own thing at the same time. As far as modern slashers go, Roberts has confidently crafted one wickedly fun thrill ride that reminds us that it is never wise to answer your door for unknown visitors, especially late at night.
If you're an avid reader of Daily Dead or a longtime listener of our Corpse Club podcast, then you know we have a lot of love for George A. Romero's Creepshow. Earlier this year, Amok Time let collectors have their cake and eat it too with a figure based on the ravenous zombie from the "Father's Day" segment of the 1982 anthology film, and now they're looking to tide us over with new action figures based on a living dead Harry (Ted Danson) and Becky (Gaylen Ross).
A deliciously dark fairy tale that's equal parts trippy psychological horror and visceral physical scares, Channel Zero: Butcher's Block returns to Syfy tonight for a new episode titled "The Red Door," and we have a creepy clip from this season's penultimate installment.
We've been excited for Daily Dead readers to see Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's new film The Endless since its well-received (and shocking) world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last year (read Daily Dead Managing Editor Heather Wixson's review here), and with the US theatrical release of the film right around the corner courtesy of Well Go USA, the unsettling official trailer has been revealed.
“Because you were home.” Even after 10 years, those chilling four words still wield so much power, and I don’t know that there’s another phrase uttered in the last decade of modern horror that has had the same impact that this simple statement from Bryan Bertino’s The Strangers had had on our psyches, on our imaginations, and on the genre as a whole. It’s that randomness of the violence inflicted in The Strangers that has made it endure as a modern horror classic, but it’s the film’s emotional core that also makes it one of the most emotionally devastating genre films to have ever graced the big screen.