March 20th’s horror and sci-fi home media releases are an eclectic bunch, Shout Select’s Collector’s Edition of The ’Burbs and the new Blu-ray of Michele Soavi's The Church leading the pack. Arrow Video has put together a stunning release of Robert Altman’s Images that fans will definitely want to pick up, and for those of you who enjoy the work of Takashi Miike, Well Go USA has put together a remastered edition of Ichi the Killer that you’ll want to nab as well.
After playing the Leatherface-loving horror fan known as "Chainsaw" in Carl Reiner's Summer School, Dean Cameron played a vampire rock star with some serious bite in Rockula, and with the 1990 horror comedy coming to Blu-ray on March 20th, Scream Factory provided us with three high-def copies to give away to lucky Daily Dead readers!
Sideshow Collectibles unveiled their 25-inch-tall Joker Premium Format Figure in all his demented glory. Due out in 2019, the new Premium Format Figure comes with all the fixings, including his iconic tommy gun, purple suit, a Batgirl plush pin, and a lot more. We have a look at a photo gallery of the Clown Prince of Crime ahead of its release, and in the meantime, happy laughing (HA HA HA!).
Twenty years of beautifully crafted creepy dolls ain’t bad! Living Dead Dolls is celebrating their milestone anniversary this year with a new set of creepy collectibles (including mystery dolls) that are featured in new photos from Mezco Toyz:
Before the second season of Westworld premieres on HBO this April, we've been provided with a new set of images to help you get reacquainted with some familiar faces from the theme park.
New IFC Midnight movies are coming to home media this June from the fine folks over at Scream Factory, including the Devil’s Gate, which is set in North Dakota with twists galore, as well as The Midnight Man, starring Robert Englund.
The boomstick king himself was recently in London for the anticipated Walker Stalker convention, and Evil Dead ’Cast co-host Jason Cabassi got a quick interview with Bruce Campbell that's featured in a new episode of Evil Dead ’Cast, along with the latest Ash vs Evil Dead news that you can listen to right here on Daily Dead.
Before Animal House, The Blues Brothers, and An American Werewolf in London, John Landis paid homage to classic genre films with Schlock. Set in a small town tormented by a creature known as "The Banana Killer," Landis' first feature film is coming out on Blu-ray with a limited edition 4K restoration this April from Turbine Media Group:
The Game Theatre is known for bringing medieval fantasies to life in their immersive Dragon Thrones experiences, and they're expanding into the world of horror—particularly of the bloodsucking variety—in 2018.
Real-life mortician and author Michael Gore brings new nightmares to life in Skeletons in the Attic. Coming out in print this summer from Dark Ink and currently available in eBook form, Gore's latest collection includes 15 unsettling short stories, and we've been provided with one of them, titled "Paralyzed", to share with Daily Dead readers.
When you survive long enough in the apocalypse, the memories you look back on are seldom happy ones. Madison, Morgan, and other characters reflect on their emotional journeys in the land of the living dead in a new teaser video for Fear The Walking Dead Season 4.
Get a look at the cover art Spawn #284 before it swoops into shops this April! We also have Splathouse’s first audio commentary track, a new teaser trailer for Siren, details on Deon Taylor's new production label Dark Circus, an update on Wizard World Philadelphia's lineup, and the trailer for Ayla.
All roads lead to the Hilltop in the final episodes of The Walking Dead Season 8, and new photos and preview videos offer a look ahead at the latest confrontations in All Out War, including a conversation between a resilient Maggie and the increasingly bold Simon.
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day, readers! With today being March 17th, I thought it was the perfect day to celebrate everyone’s favorite pint-sized purveyor of gold, the eponymous Leprechaun, who was portrayed throughout the original film series of the same name by the indelible Warwick Davis (with the first movie recently celebrating its 25th anniversary). Dreamt up and brought to life by veteran special effects visionary Gabe Bartalos, the memorable Leprechaun design helped establish the fiendish foe as one of the most memorable characters in horror from the last 30 years, turning the creature often associated with Lucky Charms into something more than a popular cereal mascot.
In the grand tradition of Deliverance (1972), Rituals (‘77), and Up the Creek (1984) comes Hunter’s Blood (’86), a backwoods hicksploitation actioner that more than gets by with a cast handpicked by the B movie gods and a script wittier than it has to be. Who says the outdoors hold no charm? (Well, normally that would be me.)