Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson will go up against a sadistic serial killer known as The Snowman in the Universal Pictures' movie of the same name later this month, and to celebrate the release of the new thriller, we've been provided with one The Snowman prize pack (which has some awesome tie-ins to the film) to give away to one lucky Daily Dead reader in today's second Horror Highlights, which also includes a look at the immersive The Snowman blog app, an exclusive clip from the college-set drama Haze, and a trailer for the new horror film Apocalypse Cult.
Ahead of its release this Friday the 13th, The Evil Within 2 is teased in a surreal and spooky launch trailer from Bethesda Softworks:
Iconic characters from early in the horror genre have risen to give you a fright. Creepy Co.'s "Founding Frights" collection contains apparel and accessories celebrating Lon Chaney, Vincent Price, and Bela Lugosi. Also: Black Christmas (aka Silent Night, Evil Night) UK Blu-ray details, a trailer for Expedition Unknown: Hunt for Extraterrestrials, The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia and Do Not Read release details, and In Flames Kickstarter info.
NBC's live-action Constantine series may be no more, but the actor who played the beloved demon hunter, Matt Ryan, returns to voice the iconic character in a new digital animated series that was teased at New York Comic Con in the show's first footage ahead of its premiere on the CW Seed streaming service, and you can now watch it online in case you weren't at the Javits Center over the weekend:
While the Vikings and the Bears headed to their respective locker rooms for halftime in the Windy City on Monday Night Football, stormtroopers took the field and a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi was unleashed on TV and computer screens.
The carnivorous plant known as Audrey II returns to cinemas this Halloween season thanks to Fathom Events and Warner Bros., who are teaming up to bring Little Shop of Horrors (1986) to the big screen with its original ending on October 29th and Halloween night:
"I want to create a moment on film that will last forever, and he's that director that can make immortal things happen on film." In a new behind-the-scenes video from Fox Searchlight, Doug Jones and Guillermo del Toro discuss the complex creature at the center of The Shape of Water.
"All Out War" was foreshadowed on the Javits Center stage this past weekend at The Walking Dead Season 8 panel, and if you weren't in New York City this past weekend for the Big Apple's annual Comic Con, you can still watch Andrew Lincoln, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and more of the cast and crew discuss what's to come in a video of the panel.
Groovy times were had by all at New York Comic Con this past weekend, especially at the Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 panel. And if you didn't make it to the Javits Center for the pop culture celebration, don't despair, because STARZ released a video of the panel online for all to enjoy.
In addition to the confirmation that a crossover between The Walking Dead and Fear The Walking Dead will indeed take place, fans of the living dead series were also treated to a new clip from the season 8 premiere at New York Comic Con, and it's now been released online for all to enjoy.
Castle Rock. It's a town where many of Stephen King's stories take place, existing smack-dab in the center of the horror master's wonderfully weird literary world, and it's coming to life in a new limited series on Hulu. Ahead of the 2018 premiere of the 10-episode first season, Castle Rock is teased in the show's new (and very enigmatic) trailer that was unleashed at New York Comic Con and is now available to watch online.
FOX rewarded New York Comic Con attendees who still believe with the unveiling of the official trailer for season 11 of The X-Files, and if you couldn't make it to the pop culture celebration in the Big Apple, you can now watch the return of Mulder and Scully online.
Listeners of Aaron Mahnke's podcast about strange occurrences in real history will get to see some of those stories come to life on screen in Amazon Prime Video's six-episode Lore series, which is teased in a new clip that debuted at the show's New York Comic Con panel hosted by Kevin Smith.
It started as a seemingly simple security job, but Brett (Jason London) soon discovers that he's protecting more than just a building, he's protecting the world from something sinister that wants to get out in the new horror film Nightworld. Ahead of the film's release later this month from Gravitas Ventures, we've been provided with an exclusive clip from the movie for Daily Dead readers to enjoy right now.
The Breach may have been closed in Pacific Rim, but that doesn't mean it can't be opened in the upcoming sequel, Pacific Rim Uprising, which is teased in a new trailer that was unleashed at New York Comic Con.