True love can often be enhanced by shared interests, even if those passions involve eating hair. An unconventional couple explore their unique desires in the new horror romance Are We Not Cats, and with the film coming out in theaters on February 23rd from Cleopatra Entertainment, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
"They live below and we live above. The day is ours, the night is theirs, and as long as we keep to the rules that's how it remains." At the mansion of Rachel and Edward, you must be in bed by midnight or risk facing the home's haunted inhabitants in The Lodgers, a new gothic horror movie from Brian O’Malley. With the movie coming out in theaters on February 23rd from Epic Pictures, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
Beginning today, IFC Midnight takes horror fans back in time to 1953 Vietnam in the new horror film The Housemaid, and to celebrate the release of the Derek Nguyen movie, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
Stuck in a mental institution against her will, a young woman gets one phone call to try and reach the outside world in the first clip from Steven Soderbergh's psychological thriller Unsane.
If you read my favorites of 2017 list, then you know I'm head over horror-loving heels for the band Muse. I was thrilled and chilled by their sci-fi-infused 2017 music video for "Dig Down" and their 2016 ode to Elvira with a stylish cover of The Cramps' "New Kind of Kick." Today, Muse unveiled their most horror-themed project yet with their music video for their new song "Thought Contagion," and it's already safe to say that this video should be added to Halloween 2018 playlists.
The battlefields in Pacific Rim Uprising are entire cities, each punch packing the weight and size of a skyscraper. With the creatures, robots, and stakes literally larger than life in the sequel to the 2013 Guillermo del Toro film, IMAX may be the best place to experience Pacific Rim Uprising, and a new trailer teases what moviegoers can expect to see on the super-sized screen.
Three words: demon possessed goat. Fans of Drag Me to Hell, gather 'round, because the Collector's Edition of the 2990 Sam Raimi movie has now been released from Scream Factory, and we have a look at Blu-ray clips and the trailer for those who are new to this story or want to relive the wildness of it all.
Dig out your croquet set, because Michael Lehmann's cult dark comedy Heathers is coming to life soon as a TV series reboot on the Paramount Network, and ahead of the series' March 7th premiere, we have a look at a new clip from the show that offers a glimpse into the tense high school hierarchy of the Heathers.
Before he was Alex Murphy from RoboCop, Peter Weller was Bart Hughes, a slick Wall Street executive who must fend off home invaders in Of Unknown Origins (1983). Bonus extras have not been revealed at this time, but the Blu-ray from Scream Factory will be released on May 22nd and we have a look at the cover art.
Valentine's Day is a time for chocolates, soft lighting, and music to set the mood, but like all holidays, when things come from the heart, there's still always room for horror, and Crypt TV has two new short films that you can enjoy with the horror lover in your life tonight.
A high school becomes a buffet for a hungry creature with a taste for human flesh in the short film Troubled Youth. Written, directed, and edited by Emily Dell, Troubled Youth received over three million views since it premiered on Crypt TV, and we have a look at the full short film for Daily Dead readers to enjoy.
Not even puzzle game characters are safe from masked killers... After its initial release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in October, Slayaway Camp: Butcher's Cut is coming to the Nintendo Switch in March:
If you've navigated the living nightmares of The Evil Within 2 in third-person mode, you can now return to the haunted corners of Union like never before in a free first-person mode update, and a new trailer takes you closer to the creepy creatures encountered by Detective Sebastian Castellanos.
Neil Patrick Harris returns as the master of disguise—some of them quite frightening—in the official teaser trailer for Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2, premiering on Netflix on March 30th.
Since 1986, video gamers have been destroying cities on the screen with Midway's lovable massive monsters George, Lizzie, and Ralphie. In New Line Cinema's new movie Rampage, these creatures get the cinematic treatment alongside Dwayne Johnson, and the new trailer teases even more of the colossal carnage to come.