Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley are back behind the microphones for another special Horrigins installment of Daily Dead's podcast, this time shining a light on exciting contemporary female filmmakers in horror.
Obsession and possession are explored on a new episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, as the Corpse Club co-hosts continue to celebrate Women in Horror Month by looking back on two cult movies directed by influential female filmmakers.
"Sometimes, dead is better..." On a new episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, the Corpse Club co-hosts celebrate Women in Horror Month by looking back on two of the most beloved ’80s horror movies directed by women.
Five years after the carnage at Camp Crystal Lake, Jason Voorhees donned a sack with one eyehole, made a shrine to his late mother, and decided to pay a not-so-pleasant visit to a nearby camp counselor training lodge. There, he found more victims of his bloody rampage, but he also met Amy Steel, a young woman who might just be his match in Friday the 13th Part 2, which is the subject of our new audio commentary that's a special treat for those in our Corpse Club membership system.
What is our stance on horror remakes? What's our favorite Dracula movie? What do we think of ’90s horror? Over the past few months, our Corpse Club mailbox has been overflowing with questions such as these from loyal listeners like you, and on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast, we take the time to catch up on our macabre mail, leading to plenty of horror-themed discussions and debates among our co-hosts.
Halloween may not be until October, but the first month of the year is a horror hub all its own, and on a new "Horrigins" episode of Daily Dead's podcast, the Corpse Club co-hosts look back at the horror releases of January over the years and share some very special resolutions for 2018.
Master of Horror John Carpenter turns 70 on January 16th, and we're throwing a birthday bash to remember on a new episode of the Corpse Club podcast!
As Jack Torrance made clear in The Shining, "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," so we make sure to have plenty of fun while discussing our favorite snowed-in horror movies on a new episode of the Corpse Club podcast.
From the sewers of Derry to the psychological scares of the Sunken Place, this past year has been a memorable one for horror cinema, and with 2017 coming to an end, the Corpse Club team discuss their favorite horror movies of 2017 on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast.
Before he told A Christmas Story on the big screen, filmmaker Bob Clark introduced viewers to a Black Christmas. Over 40 years after its initial release, the influential horror film still sends chills down horror fans' spines on cold winter nights, and as a special seasonal treat for members of our Corpse Club membership system, we're giving the gift of a new audio commentary to Clark's hair-raising holiday horror film.
While many people may think of endless egg nog and cheerful carolers when the holiday season arrives, horror fans have fond thoughts of an axe-wielding Santa Claus and little furry creatures they don't dare feed after midnight. ’Tis once again the season for holiday horror movies, and the Corpse Club team have plenty to discuss on a holly jolly episode of Daily Dead's official podcast.
Throughout the past decade, journalist Heather Wixson has celebrated horror and championed the creative minds that keep the genre moving in exciting directions. With an endless number of thought-provoking articles published online over the past ten years and the recent release of her new book on practical effects artists, it's time to shine the spotlight on the Daily Dead Managing Editor in a new episode of our podcast!
Found lurking on library shelves and hiding in musty basements, books open doorways to new worlds we never knew existed, enriching our imaginations while paralyzing our bodies in fear. While stories told on screen can haunt our dreams for decades, what's printed on paper often squirms under our skin to dig into the dark corners of our psyches with the appetite of a living dead bookworm. From R.L. Stine's frightening tales for young readers to the haunting works of Stephen King and Shirley Jackson, the Corpse Club looks back on some of their favorite horror books and authors in a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast.
While horror has been conjuring up plenty of scares on the big screen in recent years, it's also been chilling and thrilling audiences in the comfort of their own living rooms. The genre has perhaps never been more prevalent on the small screen than it is right now, making this the perfect time for the Corpse Club to channel surf through some of their favorite scary TV series on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast.
Back in October, we officially opened the doors to our Corpse Club membership system, and we're grateful from beyond the grave for everyone who has joined to support Daily Dead and our creative time of writers, artists, and podcasters. To show our gratitude, Corpse Club members received exclusive access to our special Roseanne Halloween podcast episode, and now we're continuing to give thanks to our subscribers by giving them the gift of a new audio commentary to Wes Craven's Scream 2.