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.
The 1975 cult film Night of the Seagulls is coming to Blu-ray! In the film, Dr. Henry Stein (Victor Petit) and his wife, Joan (Maria Kosty), move to a small village after the position of the village doctor opens up. They soon realize that this village has some heavy secrets... the undead type of secrets. Keep reading for bonus features, two Blu-ray clips, and the trailer!
"We're going to pull together and find a way to get out of here! First, we're gonna seal off this pool." Hopefully, this new batch of shark conservationists in Deep Blue Sea 2 doesn't end up like the person I just quoted, Russell Franklin (Samuel L. Jackson) from the first movie, and get eaten by any Great White sharks. We'll find out soon enough when Deep Blue Sea 2 comes to home media on April 17th:
This May, Scream Factory is set to release two IFC Midnight films on Blu-ray and DVD. Up first is Kaleidoscope, starring Toby Jones as a man who has made great strides to free himself of his past until it comes back to haunt him. Then there is Desolation (read Heather Wixson's review here), which follows a widow, her son, and best friend into the woods... and usually nothing good happens in the woods in a horror movie.
"If they hear you, they hunt you." Although they are mostly feared and alluded to rather than shown, the sound-seeking monsters in John Krasinski's A Quiet Place have left behind enough carnage in the new trailer to easily imagine how horrifying they must be for those unlucky enough to draw their attention.
Featuring a cast that includes Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch), Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things), and Mia Goth (A Cure for Wellness), Marrowbone pits close-knit siblings against a sinister force in the film's first official trailer.
Millions of viewers know Chris O'Flyng from his YouTube channel videos, but in the new horror film Black Creek, O'Flyng steps into the shoes of Mike, a young man grieving the loss of his father and seeking sanctuary at a cabin in the woods with his friends. Instead of peace, what he finds there is horror, and with Black Creek coming to VOD platforms beginning February 16th from Freestyle Digital Media, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
The lineup for the 41st Portland International Film Festival has arrived and we have all the details on the After Dark program. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Salem Horror Fest details, Screaming Pods Network, a Road Trash teaser trailer, Miskatonic Horror Institute Studies class information, and Beyond the Woods digital and DVD release details.
Jason Voorhees has stalked multiplayer rounds in Friday the 13th: The Game since May, but soon you'll be able to play Jason in free single player challenges, including a car trouble level teased in a new video from Gun Media and IllFonic. Suffice to say that Jason does not lend a helping hand with a flat tire...
If there are hellhounds, there have to be hellcats, am I right? A new trailer and release details for Hell's Kitty, starring Doug Jones, Michael Berryman, Courtney Gains, Lynn Lowry, and many more talented actors leads today's Horror Highlights. We also have a look at the Are We Not Cats trailer and release details for the zombie movie Last Rites of the Dead.
Last year through their coveted The Covers Collection, Suntup Editions gave Stephen King fans the opportunity to begin collecting prints of the iconic artwork that graced classic Stephen King novels such as Pet Sematary, ’Salem's Lot, and IT, and now they're releasing something that would please even the insanely high expectations of Annie Wilkes: the first-ever signed limited edition copies of Misery.
If you've ever had a dog, they may have let you know when someone was outside your home at night, but the canine companion in the movie Black Hollow Cage goes one step further by warning their human friends of a nighttime visitor via a voice box in our exclusive clip from the sci-fi horror film.
Although she was in the process of taking her own life when intruders broke into her home, Tommy (Jacqueline Wright) ends up fighting to save her life one fateful night in the new movie Eat Me. Ahead of the film's theatrical and VOD release this March, Blue Fox Entertainment provided us with the movie's official trailer, poster, and images to share with Daily Dead readers.