Presented by Nitehawk, the 3rd annual A Nite To Dismember event kicks off for one night only on October 31st. Also: a look at A&E's The Enfield Haunting, details on the digital arcade from Stern Pinball and the short film Everybody Dies at ScaryCon.

A Nite to Dismember 2015: "We're excited to announce this year's A NITE TO DISMEMBER, Nitehawk's signature Halloween programming taking place on October 31, 2015.

Now in its third year, A NITE TO DISMEMBER invites guests to enjoy an overnight marathon screening event at Nitehawk featuring five classic horror films! This year, the event time travels through DECADES OF HORROR, celebrating films that punctuated each decade - the 80's (POLTERGEIST), 60's (HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL), 70's (BAY OF BLOOD), and 90's (SCREAM). For the first time, our fifth film will be a surprise new horror release only to be revealed moments before we show it!

The event will feature trivia, a costume contest, swag bags, and even breakfast for those who make it through the night!"

Tickets are $50.00 apiece and for more information on this event you can visit:


The Enfield Haunting: "A chilling three-part miniseries following a family in the grips of a malicious poltergeist and the paranormal researchers sent to investigate the bizarre events while coming to terms with their own demons."

This A&E miniseries will premiere October 2015.


Digital Stern Pinball: Press Release: "ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL – September 22, 2015 – Stern Pinball, Inc., the world's oldest and largest producer of arcade-quality pinball games, announced a new expanded partnership with FarSight Studios, a developer and publisher of multi-platform digital games including The Pinball Arcade. FarSight will develop a new digital platform called the Stern Pinball Arcade that will feature exact virtual replicas of Stern Pinball’s hottest terrestrial pinball machines.

FarSight Studios has been developing top video game products across platforms for more than two decades. From movie licensed strategy games and hardcore sports titles to edutainment games for kids and mass-market software. Over the years, FarSight has developed many best-selling franchises, such as Game Party, Sega Sports’ NFL games for the Genesis, NCAA college football games for EA, Backyard Sports for Atari, PlayTV for Radica/Mattel and the Pinball Hall of Fame for Crave.

“At Stern, we’re always looking for new ways to excite our existing fans and gain new ones,” said Gary Stern, CEO of Stern Pinball. “Expanding our partnership with FarSight Studios is helping us do just that. Both gamers and pinball enthusiasts of all stripes and abilities will love the new products we create together.”

“Anyone in the gaming world knows Stern Pinball, which is why we are so pleased about the renewal and expansion of this partnership,” said Jay Obernolte, CEO of FarSight Studios. “We always want to be offering our customers more and we think our fans will love the pinball titles that Stern has to offer.”

Availability of the new products and pricing will be announced later this fall. To learn more about the partnership please visit"


Everybody Dies at ScaryCon: Press Release: "(Orange County, California) - For three years, the Everybody Dies Horror Film Festival has proudly presented the best in independent horror films to a huge audience of scary movie fans. Now, inspired by the amazing filmmakers who have provided the content for Orange County, California’s only horror film festival, the crew behind the scenes are ready to capture the fun and terrifying tone that they’ve brought to their festival in their very own movie, Everybody Dies at ScaryCon. The crowdfunding campaign is now live on Kickstarter! You can support the indie short film by visiting

Everybody Dies at ScaryCon is the story of Ed Stryker, a horror director who made a huge splash during the independent film renaissance of the early 90's with his grungy, black and white, zero budget movie, Machete Betty. Now, Ed is a shell of the man who dreamed of entertaining the world through his films. The passion is gone and the flame's died down. Even though the quality of his films deteriorates with each release, he still finds loyal fans eager to meet him at the annual horror convention, ScaryCon. But this year will definitely be his last. After a long night in the hotel bar, Ed discovers that the patrons sitting next to him are no longer the typical convention fanboys and cosplayers. They're the blood-thirsty monsters from his movies.  They're alive. They have their customary machetes and chainsaws. And they're pissed."

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    About the Author - Tamika Jones

    Tamika hails from North Beach, Maryland, a tiny town inches from the Chesapeake Bay.She knew she wanted to be an actor after reciting a soliloquy by Sojourner Truth in front of her entire fifth grade class. Since then, she's appeared in over 20 film and television projects. In addition to acting, Tamika is the Indie Spotlight manager for Daily Dead, where she brings readers news on independent horror projects every weekend.

    The first horror film Tamika watched was Child's Play. Being eight years old at the time, she remembers being so scared when Chucky came to life that she projectile vomited. It's tough for her to choose only one movie as her favorite horror film, so she picked two: Nosferatu and The Stepford Wives (1975).