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Round-Up: Read an Exclusive Excerpt from Tim Lebbon’s The Silence, Photos from Rob Zombie’s 31, Fight of the Living Dead Details

In a land overrun by ruthless creatures that hunt by sound, even the faintest whimper can lead to your death in Tim Lebbon's The Silence, a new horror novel hitting shelves later this month. Titan Books has provided us with an exclusive excerpt from Lebbon's latest to share with Daily Dead readers, and we also have a look at two recent 31 images revealed by Rob Zombie, as well as details on the zombie series, Fight of the Living Dead, which is now available to watch in its entirety on BlackBoxTV.

Tim Lebbon's The Silence: "In the darkness of a underground cave system, blind creatures hunt by sound. Then there is light, there are voices, and they feed... Swarming from their prison, the creatures thrive and destroy. To scream, even to whisper, is to summon death. As the hordes lay waste to Europe, a girl watches to see if they will cross the sea.
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Fighting Patriot: Thomas Robinson Harper talks about Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Trevor Hogg chats with Thomas Robinson Harper about orchestrating the stunts featured in Captain America: The Winter Soldier….

“I have a long-standing relationship with Marvel,” states Thomas Robinson Harper who was the stunt coordinator for Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014). “I did the first Iron Man [2008] and Iron Man 2 [2010], as well as re-shoots on Thor [2011]. I was asked by Louis D’Esposito [Avengers: Age of Ultron] to come in and meet with the Russo brothers [You, Me and Dupree]; we hit it off and the rest is history.” The previous experience with the world of Tony Stark came in handy when having to deal with the adventures of Steve Rogers. “Working on the first two Iron Man projects gave me an idea on what Marvel likes to see as far as action; I stepped it up from there.” Harper made “videovis” for every action scene which was presented to Anthony and Joe Russo. “They would give me
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World Premiere of Inkubus, Starring Robert Englund, William Forsythe, Headlines Rock and Shock 2011

If Rock and Shock 2011 doesn't get here soon Glenn Ciano is going to burst. Why is that, you ask? Because Glenn makes his feature film directorial debut with Inkubus, and the film will be having its world premiere this Saturday night at Rock and Shock 2011 in Worchester, Ma and he can't wait to unleash Inkubus on the unsuspecting world.

Headlining a film schedule that includes Chillerama at 5pm and I Am Nancy (introduced by Nancy herself, Heather Langenkamp) at 7pm Inkubus is slotted at the prime 9pm position and will be introduced by director Glenn Ciano and producer Chad A. Verdi.

"Inkubus is a hardcore old-school horror flick," Ciano said. "We want to get out there and deliver a movie to fans we feel they've been waiting 25 years for." And, following their Fans First philosophy (check out the logo for the concept below), The Lab (as Ciano's team calls themselves
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The Hollywood Ghost Hunters Team Up With Ghost Adventures Tonight On The Travel Channel

Hey peeps! Who all watches Ghost Adventures? Zack, Nick and Aaron  go to some outlandish places every Friday night searching for ghost and tonight at 9 pm Est on The Travel Channel they will be joined by the Hollywood Ghost Hunters! The Hollywood Ghost Hunters consist of Kane Hodder ( Jason Voorhees), Rick McCallum (Darkwolf), Ra Mihailoff (Leatherface), Danielle Harris ( Halloween), Chris Carnel ( Miner, My Bloody Valentine), Adam Green,( Director: Hatchet, Frozen, Spiral), Richard Friedman( Director, Born, Darkwolf), Robert Pendergraft ( FX Make up, Hatchet 2), Steve Nappe ( Jason X) Jason Miller( Producer, Hatchet 2, Infected) Jim O'Rear, Barry Blaisdell, Louis Horowitz and Brian Collins.  The two factions join up as they invetigate a once-opulent hotel where 19 Chinese immigrants were murdered during a vicious race in 1871. Visit and "Like" the official Hollywood Ghost Hunters Facebook page
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Exclusive Interview: Actor Jim O'Rear Vs. Brian S

Jim O'Rear isn't just an actor, no, no ,no! Mr. O'Rear as done stunt work, writes, produces and directs so he does wear many hats in the film making biz. Check out my latest "Versus" as we get to know Jim O'Rear better and all the projects he's working on and other cool stuff.

Brian S- First off, Jim, how'd you get into acting?

Jim O'Rear- It was by accident, actually. Many, many years ago (when I was about 11 years old) I was performing across the country as “The Youngest Professional Magician,” appearing with people like Harry Blackstone Jr. and The Great Tomsoni. After a performance, one night, a television producer approached me and asked if I’d like to act in a television commercial. I told him that I wasn’t interested and that I didn’t know anything about acting. He tried to tell me that what
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Monster Mania 14 Swag Report

Monster-Mania stretches its tentacled appendages across the great state of New Jersey once again this coming weekend, converting man, woman, and child alike to the service of Horror!!

March 12th through 14th, Cherry Hill's Crowne Plaza will play host to your heroes of horror including...

* Dario Argento * Malcolm McDowell * Gary Busey * Eric Roberts * Mark Patton (NOES2) * Doug Bradley * Spencer Wilding (Wolfman 2010) * Jake Busey * Thom Matthews (Return of the Living Dead) * Bruce Abbott (Re-Animator) * Kane Hodder * Bill Moseley * Corbin Bernsen * Meg Foster (They Live) * Scout Taylor-Compton * William Katt (Carrie) * Chris Carnel (My Bloody Valentine 3D) * Derek Graf (Zombieland) * Terrance Zdunich (Repo! The Genetic Opera) *

A Night of the Creeps Reunion with Tom Atkins, Jill Whitlow, Jason Lively, and Steve Marshall

A My Bloody Valentine Reunion with Neil Affleck, Alf Humphreys, Lori Hallier, Helene Udy, Peter Cowper, Paul Kelman, Tom Kovacs, Rob Stein, and Jim Murchison

...and plenty more guests. Visit
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Terror Tidbits (Fango #290): Mad About The Crazies

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Terror Tidbits (Fango #290): Mad About The Crazies
Blam! Brains and blood splatter the windshield of a big rig as the character who just took a shot to the head flies backward, slamming down on the concrete. Elsewhere in the truck bay/workshop, the smell of burning flesh hangs heavy in the air (actually, the chemical stench of a previously safely-on-fire stuntman). Gunfire echoes in the hangar-sized building; “Cut!” is called, playback watched, and then on to another setup on the remake of George A. Romero’s The Crazies.

It’s a slightly nippy March night in Georgia, and day 12 of the nine-week shoot on the latest gruesome facelift of a ’70s horror movie, being directed on a significantly higher budget by Breck Eisner (whose credits include Sahara and Fear Itself’s The Sacrifice). Having an estimated $25 million to play with gives Eisner the opportunity to take Romero’s core concept and give it an action-packed approach the
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SAG Awards: Impressions from the Red Carpet

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The SAG Awards sparkled. Women in beautiful dresses, perfectly accessorized; men crisply attired in suits or tuxes; and flash cameras and video everywhere—it was quite a scene. There was drama …

… and romance:

Boldface names made their way down the red carpet: the bolder the name, the faster they moved. Oops, there went Brad Pitt (Benjamin Button). Too late. But Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) did pause for a moment:

He picked up an award later that evening for male actor in a comedy series. Meanwhile, the unofficial award for cutest kids went to the ones playing adman Don Draper’s children in Mad Men. Kiernan Shipka looks sweet …

… but advised me that if she won an award (she did, as part of an ensemble), it would go next to her Tae Kwon Do trophies. Easy there tiger! Meanwhile, her cast-mate and fellow winner Aaron Hart is a handsome little fellow …

… but
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SAG Award Winners Announced!

The winners for the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® have been announced. The ceremony was held on Sunday, Jan. 25, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center and was simulcast by TNT and TBS. Dany Boyle's acclaimed "Slumdog Millionaire" took home the best Cast of a Motion Picture, Sean Penn won for his dramatic performance in "Milk" and Heath Ledger was recognized again for his work as 'The Joker' in "The Dark Knight." Actresses taking home top honors were Meryl Streep who impressed most again with a win for her performance in Miramax Films' "Doubt" and Kate Winslet added another award for her work on The Weinsten Company's "The Reader." As announced by the Screen Actors Guild, here are the winners: 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® Recipients Theatrical Motion PICTURESOutstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Sean Penn Harvey Milk "Milk" Focus FeaturesOutstanding Performance
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Valentine, Hellbound & more signings at CA’s Dark Delicacies

Burbank, CA’s horror store Dark Delicacies has announced a strong lineup of genre signings for January. It kicks off this Saturday, Jan. 10 at 2 p.m. with director Tony Randel, scripter Peter Atkins and composer Christopher Young autographing Anchor Bay’s 20th Anniversary Edition of Hellbound: Hellraiser II (see our review here).

The same day and time, Splatterpunk author John Skipp and new writing partner Cody Goodfellow put their pens to copies of their novel Jake’S Wake. Then at 3 p.m. on the 10th, comics faves Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson sign their graphic novel, Dead, She Said.

Friday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. will see a special After Dark Films event, with Autopsy writer/director Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson signing Autopsy posters and more guests from the other movies to be announced. Another one-sheet event, for My Bloody Valentine 3D, follows on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 2 p.m.
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