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The chainsaw, the boomstick, and the man who proudly wears both returned to renew his fight with the Deadites last year in the new Starz series Ash vs Evil Dead. With season one heading to Blu-ray and DVD on August 23rd and the second season premiering on October 2nd, Daily Dead is celebrating the misadventures of Bruce Campbell’s iconic character with our new, free Evil Dead issue of DEADLY Magazine, presented by Anchor Bay Entertainment and their release of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 1 on Blu-ray / DVD!

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The horror genre had quite the year in 1986. Jason Voorhees climbed out of his coffin, scientist Seth Brundle tinkered with teleportation, two Tobe Hooper films were released in theaters, and Stephen King's directorial debut burned rubber on the big screen. In our new, free issue of DEADLY Magazine, we revisit some of the genre's most memorable movies from that magical mid-’80s year with the people that helped make them. Welcome to the 30-year reunion for the Class of 1986.

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With the holidays in the rearview mirror and winter upon us, we're kicking off 2016 with a new issue of DEADLY Magazine that includes special features for the holiday horror film Krampus, the cult classic Clue: The Movie, and more.

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Thirty years ago, horror fans watched Herbert West bring the dead back to life with comedic and creepy results in Re-Animator. In our special Halloween issue of DEADLY Magazine, we celebrate Stuart Gordon's cult classic and also take a look at other zombified creations, including George A. Romero's living dead films and Double Take's Ultimate Night of the Living Dead comic book series.

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Last year, when we first began planning out what we wanted to do with DEADLY Magazine, the very first thing I put on our editorial calendar was a celebration of Tom Holland’s Fright Night so that I could pay tribute to one of my very favorite films of all time in honor of its 30th anniversary.

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