Christmas time is almost here and to celebrate early, Nitehawk Cinema has announced special holiday programming beginning on December 10th. Also in this round-up: a Q&A with Landon Gimenez, details on the debut book from Onion Contributor Mike Levine (aka Dr. Vireuss), and All Through the House screening info.

Nitehawk Cinema's Screenings: "It's the most wonderful time of the year, and Nitehawk Cinema will be celebrating the entire month with a full range of repertory and special programming, which will include:

  • Our Deuce December installment featuring NIGHT WARNING on 12/10 - the William Asher cult classic!
  • Our brunch and midnite screenings for December will all be part of the NITEHAWK SAVES XMAS series, featuring titles such as BLACK CHRISTMAS, SILENT NIGHT DEADLY NIGHT, ELF, and HOME ALONE.


NIGHT WARNING (aka BUTCHER BAKER, NIGHTMARE MAKER) (96 mins, William Asher, 1982)

Thursday, December 10 at 9:30 pm

Price: $15

Part of Nitehawk Cinema's The Deuce series. Featuring an after-party.


BLACK CHRISTMAS (98 mins, Bob Clark, 1974)

Friday, December 4 at Midnite

Saturday, December 5 at Midnite

Price: $11

Part of Nitehawk's SAVES XMAS Programming

EYES WIDE SHUT (159 mins, Stanley Kubrik, 1999)

Friday, December 11 at Midnite

Saturday, December 12 at Midnite

Price: $11

Part of Nitehawk's SAVES XMAS Programming

SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (79 mins, Charles E. Sellier Jr., 1984)

Friday, December 18 at Midnite

Saturday, December 19 at Midnite

Price: $11

Part of Nitehawk's SAVES XMAS Programming

GREMLINS (106 mins, Joe Dante, 1984)

Friday, December 24 at Midnite

Saturday, December 25 at Midnite

Price: $11

Part of Nitehawk's SAVES XMAS Programming."

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Landon Gimenez Q&A: American actor Landon Gimenez took the time to speak with Daily Dead to discuss his career so far and upcoming / future projects.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Landon. Many viewers know you as Jacob from Resurrection. What was your experience acting on that show?

Landon Gimenez: I loved working on Resurrection. It was my first big role and all of the actors were so nice to me. We became very close, just like family. The crew, everyone, were just so amazing to work with. Mark Hildreth was a huge mentor to me on set, like a big brother.

You got to work with some wonderful actors on Resurrection, including Kurtwood Smith and Frances Fisher. Did you pick up any acting tips or helpful lessons from them?

Landon Gimenez: Yes, ha ha ha, Frances loved to give me pointers and we would rehearse in between scenes. She was truly like a mother to me on and off set. Kurtwood was always so kind and gentle with me. Last year they both came to my birthday party at Medieval Times.

Do you have a favorite or funny on-set moment from working on Resurrection?

Landon Gimenez: Hmmm, we had a lot of fun on set. I especially loved how Matt Craven constantly liked to do hilarious photo bombs on everyone; he’s really funny in person.

You have a new film coming up called William Froste, which a good number of horror fans are looking forward to seeing. What can you tell us about your character in the film?

Landon Gimenez: Well, I am playing the role of the main character as a child. I am excited to do this role. Horror is not something I thought I would ever do, but this role has got me very excited, I think it will be a different kind of horror and I hear that people are really excited about this movie.

William Froste features a lot of horror icons, including Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, and Tyler Mane—to name a few. Are you looking forward to working alongside such a talented, horror-themed cast?

Landon Gimenez: We have not started filming yet, but I am very excited to work with all of these famous horror film stars.

Are you a big horror fan?

Landon Gimenez: Since my parents are a little protective, I have not seen a lot of these big horror films. But my favorite Director is Tim Burton, I love everything he does and I am obsessed with shows like Ghost Adventures, so I do like things that are scary. I just saw the Sixth Sense the other day and it was so good.

Did you have a good Halloween? How do you celebrate the holiday?

Landon Gimenez: I love to dress up and trick or treat with my family and cousins. It’s one of my favorite holidays!

With filming on William Froste coming up, what other projects do you have on deck that you can tease for our readers, and where can they find you on social media?

Landon Gimenez: Right now I have been working a lot with auditions. I am about to perform in my sixth Nutcracker with The Missouri City Ballet as Fritz and am always excited about this production. I am also working on a graphic novel that I am writing and drawing all the pictures and characters myself. You can follow me on Twitter (@LandonGimenez) and Facebook (


Oh, the Flesh You Will Eat!: "Children around the world have vomited for joy reading the rhymes of Dr. Vireuss. Three of his "sickest" stories have finally been collected into one germ-ridden volume. There's the tale of a man who would not -- could not! -- let a doctor save his life, a sick boy who puts healthy people into quarantine, and a little flesh-eating virus who goes on a big adventure. This hardcover volume of Dr. Seuss spoofs is highly infectious."

From author Mike Levine: "Hey, Daily Deadites! I'm thrilled to share my book with you, it makes a great gift for failing medical students, or to subtly leave in the nursery of your first friends to have kids! I think you guys would love it because it's much more colorful than The Walking Dead comic with five times the casualties!"

To learn more about Oh, the Flesh You Will Eat!, visit:

Preview pages via Devastator Press:

  • Tamika Jones
    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).