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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.

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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.

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Rick may have felt like it was déjà vu all over again when he squared off against another armored walker at the Scavengers' junkyard in the latest episode of The Walking Dead, and with plenty to discuss before the mid-season 8 finale airs on Sunday, The Walking Dead ’Cast team is back behind the mikes to share their thoughts on a new episode of their podcast that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.

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If you've been waiting on the edge of your seat since King Falls librarian Emily Potter raided the Himinist cult gathering in Perdition Wood, then you're in for a treat, because she joins Sammy and Ben in studio for a special broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show that you can listen to right now on Daily Dead.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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With "All Out War" well underway on The Walking Dead, there's a lot to discuss when it comes to Rick's grand plan to take down The Saviors, and The Walking Dead ’Cast team is back behind the mikes to share their thoughts on the AMC series on new episodes of their podcast that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.

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There are plenty of Christmas songs playing on the airwaves every year, but country singer Dusty Reynolds is looking to stake his claim to a new Thanksgiving tune on King Falls AM, and that's only the beginning of the hair-raising strangeness on the new broadcast of Sammy and Ben's late-night radio show that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.

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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 recently released two new installments about the pivotal ninth and tenth episodes of the series that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.

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She's been working in the horror genre for over 30 years, but Barbara Crampton is just getting started. Whether you look at her prolific recent work or her memorable roles from past decades, Crampton is someone who should always be celebrated when you talk about the most influential figures in horror cinema. Thankfully, that's exactly what co-hosts Patrick Bromley and Heather Wixson do on their new "Horrigins" episode of Daily Dead's Corpse Club podcast.

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In a year filled with all-too-real turmoil and unsettling scares, horror fans have thankfully been able to seek a respite from the chaos through amazing projects and people in the genre community. With 2017 coming to a close, there is still a lot to be thankful for these past months, and in a new episode of Corpse Club, we pay tribute to some of our fondest experiences from what has been a hallmark year for horror.

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Podcaster Lily Wright and her team came to investigate the strange happenings within the town limits of King Falls, and although her arrival came with a heavy dose of skepticism, that may change with the events of The King Falls Chronicles: Part Two, which you can listen to right now along with a recent broadcast of Sammy and Ben's beloved late-night radio show, King Falls AM.

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Before episode 8.04 of The Walking Dead airs, there's a lot to discuss from last week's installment, "Monsters," and thankfully The Walking Dead ’Cast team is back behind the mikes to share their thoughts on the latest post-apocalyptic battles on a new episode of their podcast that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.

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Back in 1982, George A. Romero and Stephen King introduced viewers to a different kind of cake, a deadly creature in a crate, and mysterious "meteor shit" that wouldn't come off no matter how hard you scrubbed. Nearly 35 years after its initial release, Creepshow is still widely regarded as one of the best (if not the best) horror anthologies, giving the Corpse Club plenty of cinematic moments to celebrate on their new episode, which also includes a look back at other beloved anthology films.

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