The alien Symbiote from the Spider-Man universe will stalk the screen in a new Venom movie this October, and Sony has now unleashed the first teaser trailer for the Tom Hardy-starring film.
While the new Deadpool movie will feature the return of familiar faces from the beloved first film, there will also be plenty of other characters arriving on the scene, and one of them in particular, the time traveling Cable (Josh Brolin), will pack quite a punch, as evidenced by a new teaser video.
Gun lover Burt Gummer and his son head north to the arctic tundra for their latest fight against the Graboids in the new trailer for Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell, coming to Blu-ray, DVD, Digital, and VOD platforms on May 1st from Universal 1440 Entertainment:
We've been excited for Daily Dead readers to see the Norwegian movie Thelma since Daily Dead Managing Editor Heather Wixson gave it four stars in her Fantastic Fest review, and with the supernatural coming-of-age movie out now on digital and VOD platforms in the US from The Orchard, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
Cult experiments from the ’60s bring inner demons to life in the present day for a group of strained friends in the new movie House of Demons, starring Amber Benson. With House of Demons out now on DVD and digital from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
As Carl, we've seen Chandler Riggs encounter living dead threats in the backwoods many times on The Walking Dead, but he faces a technologically enabled threat in the suburbs in Sean Carter's Keep Watching. With the new horror film out now on digital platforms and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.
All eyes were on Minneapolis this past weekend for Super Bowl LII, and during commercial breaks, viewers got a look at plenty of upcoming movies, from the new Han Solo movie to the latest entry in the Jurassic Park franchise, and we've collected many of the trailers and teaser videos that entertained viewers during the breaks in the gridiron action.
"I stop people from dying. I am the answer." Negan may still think that it's his way or the blood-spattered highway, but those who oppose him are more united than ever in the mid-season trailer for The Walking Dead Season 8.
What if everything you thought you knew about your past wasn't real, and the future held its own sinister secrets in store for you? That's the unsettling scenario a young woman faces in Requiem, a new six-part psychological horror series premiering today on BBC One. To celebrate the new series' BBC premiere and its upcoming release on Netflix, we've been provided with exclusive images and clips to share with Daily Dead readers.
With Winchester now in theaters from CBS Films and Lionsgate, we've been provided with a new poster and several clips from the new horror film starring Helen Mirren and the real-life Winchester Mystery House, a place intended to be a prison for hundreds of spirits.
The latest iteration of the Stargate saga is Stargate: Origins, which is set to premiere in just a couple of weeks on February 15th, and we have a look at a new trailer!
"Killing is easy. Getting away with it is murder." The Walking Dead director Julius Ramsay makes his feature film debut with Midnighters (read Heather Wixson's LAFF review of the movie here), and IFC Midnight has now released the official trailer for the twisty murder tale.
Castle Rock is the town where many of Stephen King's stories take place, making it a fitting centerpiece for Hulu's enigmatic new limited series that premieres this summer and is teased in a new trailer featuring some familiar faces, including Bill Skarsgård (Pennywise from 2017's IT) as an inmate in Shawshank prison.
Unrequited love leads to dark corners of the soul in the eerie new trailer for November, Estonia's official entry to the 90th Academy Awards.
We've been excited for Daily Dead readers to check out the zombie movie Les Affamés since it screened at Fantastic Fest (read Heather Wixson's review here), so today we're thrilled to share the news that Netflix has acquired Robin Aubert's French-Canadian film for a March 2nd premiere on the streaming service, and to celebrate, a new clip has been revealed as well: