You're so cool, Corpse Clubbers! Over thirty years ago, Tom Holland brought undead scares into the suburbs with his directorial debut, Fright Night, introducing viewers to a lovable cast of characters that includes Peter Vincent, Evil Ed, and the suave vampire next door, Jerry Dandrige. The film's effects, performances, and clever writing have made it a fixture of the horror genre over the past three decades, making it the perfect bloodsucking subject for the Corpse Club to sink their teeth into on the latest "Horrigins" episode of Daily Dead's podcast.
With the return of Fear The Walking Dead right around the corner and The Walking Dead Season 8 not far behind, The Walking Dead ’Cast team has a lot of living dead news to dive into on the latest episode of their podcast that you can listen to right now.
With season 7 of Game of Thrones now in the rearview mirror, it's a great time to reflect on the past seasons of the HBO series, and if you're a fan of Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms, then the Podcastica team has you covered with Game of Microphones, a Game of Thrones podcast that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.
Beep beep, Corpse Clubbers! The Daily Dead gang is back with another new episode of the Corpse Club podcast. This time around, the members of the Corpse Club put on their yellow rain slickers to discuss the new IT movie, the 1990 miniseries, and Stephen King's novel that first introduced us to the clown that calls the sewers of Derry home.
Longtime listeners of King Falls AM know that co-host Ben Arnold is not a fan of the supposedly strange events occurring at the nearby Science Institute, but his suspicions could be confirmed on the latest broadcast of Sammy and Ben's late-night talk show that you can listen to right now.
Now that the time has come to re-enter Broke Jaw Ranch with the return of Fear The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead ’Cast team has a lot to discuss on the latest episode of their podcast, and you can also hear their fond reflections on the legacy of George A. Romero and his work on a recent episode.
Following up the first film in a franchise can be a tough task, but oftentimes sequels can expand upon and even improve the elements that make their predecessors great. Sequels are especially prevalent in the genre that Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, and more killer icons call home, and in a new episode of Corpse Club, the Daily Dead team discusses some of the most memorable first sequels (the second films in franchises) from the horror genre.
Podcaster Lily Wright has come to investigate the strange happenings within the town limits of King Falls, also known as the strangest small town in America, but her arrival comes with a heavy dose of skepticism. You can now listen to part one of Lily's exploration of the town and its residents on the first installment of The King Falls Chronicles, and Sammy and Ben are also back behind the microphones for the latest broadcast of their beloved late-night radio show.
With the return of Fear The Walking Dead right around the corner and The Walking Dead Season 8 not far behind, The Walking Dead ’Cast team has a lot of living dead news to dive into on the latest episode of their podcast, which also includes an in-depth discussion on Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.
He forever changed the landscape of horror when he introduced viewers to the cannibalistic Sawyer family in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, but Tobe Hooper's filmmaking career took him far beyond that frightening farmhouse to show viewers that horrors could also be found in space, in sideshow attractions, and even within the suburbs. Like many cinema lovers, the Daily Dead team was deeply saddened by the news of Hooper's passing at the age of 74, and to pay tribute to the fearless filmmaker, we reflect on his eclectic career on the latest episode of our podcast.
With season 7 of Game of Thrones now in the rearview mirror, it's time to reflect on the finale before preparing for the eighth and final season. If you're a fan of Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms, then the Podcastica team has you covered with Game of Microphones, a Game of Thrones podcast that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.
When the end of each summer approaches, it's time to sharpen your pencils, polish your apples, and make sure you stay on the good side of any telekinetic classmates. And even if you haven't had study hall since The Breakfast Club first danced on the big screen, the dawn of every school year might still make you smile or shudder with recollections of cafeteria conversations, passionate pep rallies, and your favorite horror films set in the halls of high school, a subject we take notes on in a new episode of the Corpse Club podcast.
From his incredibly insightful Drive-In Dust Offs and It Came from the Tube columns to his co-hosting duties on the Corpse Club podcast, Scott Drebit has educated and entertained Daily Dead readers for quite some time now. In addition to Daily Dead, Drebit also shares his passion for film on other outlets, and if you're looking to get your latest Drebit fix, you can find it on the new episode of the HeyCast podcast.
For years, they've shared insightful discussions on The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and Ash vs Evil Dead, and if you're a fan of Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms, then the Podcastica team has you covered with Game of Microphones, a Game of Thrones podcast that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.
If you listened to our Class of 1987 episode of Corpse Club, you heard us gush about the abundance of great horror films to come out that year, but the entire decade is a golden era for the genre, particularly for first-time directors just beginning their filmmaking careers. From Camp Crystal Lake to the creepy confines of Hill House, the new episode of Corpse Club takes a look back at some of the most memorable horror/thriller feature film debuts to come out of the ’80s.