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Horror Highlights: Horror Decor’s Holiday Items, Slain: Back From Hell, Dexter Auction, Witchula, Killjoy’S Psycho Circus, Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer

23 November 2016 8:01 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Bring a little of Derry, Maine to your tree this year with Horror Decor's Pennywise ornament, just one of many holiday horror items they have on hand this year. In today's Horror Highlights we also have PlaysStation Vita premiere details for Slain: Back From Hell, a casting update for Witchula, information on Prop Store's new Dexter auction, as well as release details for both Killjoy's Psycho Circus and Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer.

Horror Decor 2016 Holiday Items: Press Release: "The time has come, once again when we prepare for the man in red to enter our homes in the middle of the night and leave gifts in exchange for milk and cookies. To help set the mood, we are introducing some festive new items and even bringing back a few favorites from last year.

First up, we have the pleasure of giving a Quiltface Studios design the pillow and candle treatment! »

- Derek Anderson

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Blu-ray Review – Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1985)

14 November 2016 1:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf, 1985.

Directed by Philippe Mora.

Starring Christopher Lee, Sybil Danning, Annie McEnroe, Marsha J. Hunt, Reb Brown, Jimmy Nail, Ladislav Krecmer, James M. Crawford and Hana Ludvikova.


The brother of a girl murdered by werewolves hires an investigator to track the beasts from the Us across to Europe.

So the story goes, when Christopher Lee was cast in Joe Dante’s Gremlins 2: The New Batch the first thing the veteran actor did was approach the director and apologise for appearing in Howling II. Dante wasn’t involved in the sequel to his 1981 werewolf hit but it goes to show a) how fond people are of his movie and b) where Christopher Lee’s career was in the mid-1980s because Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (a horrible title amongst a whole list of even worse alternatives) is both an insult »

- Amie Cranswick

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Watch the Halloween Short Vault Of The MacAbre Presents – All Hallow’S Eve

31 October 2016 4:08 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Featuring fun and frightful poems, Darren Field's Vault of the Macabre shorts are always a treat, and his latest one, All Hallows' Eve, embraces the spooky spirit of the season with narrations by Jason Marsden and Dee Wallace.

"Dare You Enter!?? Vault of the Macabre present's All Hallow's Eve- A trilogy of terror for Halloween. Three Spooky Poems to send chills down your spine. Featuring Narrations from Dee Wallace (Critters, The hills have eyes, Cujo, The Frighteners), Jason Marsden (Hocus Pocus, Eerie Indiana, The Munsters today) and introduced by Larry Kenney (Count Chocula, Thundercats)... Happy Halloween!"

The post Watch the Halloween Short Vault Of The MacAbre Presents – All Hallow’S Eve appeared first on Daily Dead. »

- Derek Anderson

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Blu-ray Review: Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes (1977) [Limited Edition]

27 October 2016 10:29 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

It's hard to believe now that it has been over a year since we lost Wes Craven, one of the all-time great horror filmmakers who knew better than most how to truly scare an audience. His special gift wasn't that he was the most polished of directors; with only a few exceptions (like Scream), his movies were mostly rough edges. I happen to like rough edges. No, Craven's talent was for zeroing in on our primal fears and realizing them onscreen. He didn't want to spook us with tricks and jump scares and he rarely wanted the horror to be "fun." He wanted to shake us to our cores. This was especially true in much of his early work, primarily The Last House on the Left, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Hills Have Eyes, out now in a stunning limited edition Blu-ray from Arrow Video.

The Hills Have Eyes is all rough edges. »

- Patrick Bromley

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Q&A: Gabrielle Stone Discusses Death House, Rock Paper Dead & More

26 October 2016 7:59 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Actress Gabrielle Stone has been hard at work in recent years, with a particular presence in the horror genre via roles in movies such as Death House and Tom Holland's Rock Paper Dead. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with Stone to discuss getting behind the camera for her directorial debut, working with Tony Todd, upcoming projects, and more.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Gabrielle. You’ve stayed busy as an actress over the past several years, and you have several exciting projects coming up. What can you tell us about your role in the new movie Death House, which features an all-star lineup of horror icons?

Gabrielle Stone: I can't say too much without giving plot lines away, but my character appears in the very end of the film opposite Tony Todd. It's safe to say my character leads into the sequel, »

- Derek Anderson

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The Hills Have Eyes

25 October 2016 2:11 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Arrow Video digs its sharp talons into Wes Craven's dirt 'n' Bowie Knife slaughter-fest horror picture, yet another strange travel advisory not to go anywhere, 'cause strangers might be cannibals. But hey, the movie works, and like much of Craven's filmography, it sticks its neck way out into dangerous territory. The Hills Have Eyes Blu-ray Arrow Video (Us) 1977 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 89 min. / Street Date October 11, 2016 / 39.95 Starring Susan Lanier, Robert Houston, Martin Speer, Dee Wallace, Russ Grieve, John Steadman, Michael Berryman, Virginia Vincent, James Whitworth Cinematography Eric Saarinen Art Direction Robert Burns Film Editor Wes Craven Original Music Don Peake Special Effects Greg Auer, John Frazier Produced by Peter Locke Written and Directed by Wes Craven

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

With Wes Craven now passed on, we're left with the situation of a modern American horror director with an extremely successful body of work for analysis. Both an educator and a sometime adult filmmaker, »

- Glenn Erickson

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Horror Highlights: Abbey Grace, The Mummy #1, Razors, Q&A with Stray Director Nena Eskridge, Tabloid Vivant

18 October 2016 8:56 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

In Stephen Durham's Abbey Grace, Stacy and Ben discover that their childhood home has a secret, and you can find out what that secret is on November 8th. Also in today's Highlights: we have a variant cover for The Mummy #1, release details for Razors and Tabloid Vivant, and a Q&A with the director of Stray, Nena Eksridge!

Abbey Grace Release Details and Trailer: Press Release: "Director Stephen Durham (The Butchers) unleashes a new tale in terror with Abbey Grace, premiering on Demand November 8 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

When Stacy's mom dies, Stacey puts her life and career on hold and returns to her childhood home to take care of her Ocd, agoraphobic, brother Ben who hasn't been out of the house for 23 years only to find out the house they grew up in harbors a disturbing secret.

Debbie Sheridan, Jacob Hobbs, Amber Gallaway, and Semi Anthony star in »

- Tamika Jones

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Horror Highlights: Hdnet Movies Horror Marathon, Wolf Creek Series Clip, The Living Corpse: Relics Q&A with Buz Hasson

14 October 2016 2:20 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

In our latest Horror Highlights, we have a new clip from the Wolf Creek series, details on Hdnet Movies' horror movie marathon, and a Q&A with Buz Hasson about The Living Corpse: Relics Kickstarter.

Hdnet Movies Horror Marathon: Los Angeles – October 10, 2016 – Trick or Treat with Hdnet Movies this October, as the network presents a three-day Halloween Weekend block, featuring 16 sci-fi, suspense, and slasher classics. The special event begins on Saturday, Oct. 29, and runs through Monday, Oct. 31.

The thrills and chills kickoff with an out-of-this-world “Sci-Fi Saturday” on Saturday, Oct. 29, starting with Nathan Fillion as the captain of a spaceship harboring a mysterious stowaway in the 2005 Joss Whedon adventure Serenity at 7pE. Next up is Henry Thomas as a young boy who befriends a stranded alien in the Stephen Spielberg opus E.T., with Dee Wallace and Drew Barrymore, at 9pE; and Bruce Willis travels back in time to save the »

- Derek Anderson

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October 11th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Thing, Ghostbusters (2016), Carrie (1976)

10 October 2016 6:38 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

On October 11th, horror and sci-fi fans have many reasons to rejoice, as we have two stellar Collector’s Edition releases from Scream Factory coming our way this week, The Thing and Carrie. Arrow Video is also keeping busy this Tuesday with two Special Edition releases of their own—The Hills Have Eyes and Dark Water (2002)—and the most recent Ghostbusters comes home this week on Blu-ray and DVD as well.

Other notable releases for October 11th include Hannibal: The Complete Series, 2 Jennifer, Astro-Zombies, Killer Ink, a holiday art version of Krampus, the entire run of Kolchak: The Night Stalker on DVD, A Werewolf in the Amazon collection, and an assortment of Blu-ray and DVD re-releases of The Twilight Zone.

Carrie: Collector’s Edition (Scream Factory, Blu-ray)

Based on the best-selling Stephen King novel, this "absolutely spellbinding horror movie", (Roger Ebert) has become a pervasive, pop-culture touchstone »

- Heather Wixson

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Blu-ray Review – The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

3 October 2016 5:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Hills Have Eyes, 1977.

Directed by Wes Craven.

Starring Susan Lanier, Dee Wallace, Michael Berryman, Robert Houston, Russ Grieve, John Steadman, Lance Gordon, Martin Speer, James Whitworth, Virginia Vincent, Janus Blythe and Cordy Clark.


An all-American family travelling across country fall foul of a clan of cannibals that live in the desert.

Quite surprisingly, this is the first UK Blu-ray release of the late Wes Craven’s 1977 notorious horror outing The Hills Have Eyes; surprising because, despite the title being a well-known and not very obscure movie, the hilariously awful 1984 sequel got an HD release first. Nevertheless, it’s here now and thankfully it was cult movie specialists Arrow Video who got to give it its UK Blu-ray debut.

The Carters are a typical all-American family driving across the Us desert to spend some family time together celebrating mum and dad’s silver wedding anniversary. Stopping off at a »

- Amie Cranswick

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Son Of Monsterpalooza 2016 Special Guests to Include Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton & Dee Wallace

13 September 2016 8:54 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Many horror fans make the annual trek to Monsterpalooza to celebrate the genre, and later this month, they'll have the chance to keep the party going at Son of Monsterpalooza. The horror convention takes place in Burbank, California the weekend of September 16th–18th, with special guests including Jeffrey Combs, Dee Wallace, Barbara Crampton, Zach Galligan, Michael Berryman, Judy O’Dea, and more:

Press Release: Monsterpalooza’s offshoot fall event, Son Of Monsterpalooza, the fall’s ultimate monster show, returns to The Marriott Burbank Convention Center this September 16-18, 2016!

Son of Monsterpalooza

The Marriott Burbank Hotel and Convention Center

2500 Hollywood Way

Burbank, California 91505

Complete with celebrity guests, presentations, amazing artists, unique vendors and exhibits!

Since its inaugural event in 2009, Monsterpalooza has become internationally known as the place to be for fans and professionals of film, makeup, special effects, collectible toys, art and monsters! With increased demand for more monstrous Monsterpalooza fun, »

- Derek Anderson

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Horror Highlights: New Wolfmen of Mars Album, Knoxville Horror Film Fest, Satanic Panic Room, HellsGate Haunted House

12 September 2016 7:09 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Cover artwork by Mark Reusch for Wolfmen of Mars' new album, Warp Suburbium, aims to depict the album's theme: liven up a suburban neighborhood with fun Halloween mayhem. Also in today's Highlights: program details for the 8th Annual Knoxville Horror Film Fest 2016, the Satanic Panic Room at Fantastic Fest, and the HellsGate Haunted House opening.

Wolfmen of Mars' Warp Suburbium Release Details: From Wolfmen of Mars: "We wanted the album to have a Twilight Zone / Halloween vibe. Artist Mark Reusch ( took the concept of skeletons causing gremlin-esque chaos in an old suburban neighborhood on Halloween night, and came up with the album art."

To learn more about Warp Suburbium, visit:

The latest album from Wolfmen of Mars, Warp Suburbium will be released on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and more on Friday, September 16th, and it is now available on Bandcamp.


Knoxville »

- Tamika Jones

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Revisiting the film of Stephen King's Cujo

12 September 2016 6:31 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rebecca Lea Sep 26, 2016

It's a book that Stephen King doesn't remember much about writing. But how does the film of Cujo fare?

The Film: The Trentons, consisting of Vic, Donna and their son, Tad, have recently moved to Castle Rock, Maine from the big city. He’s an advertising exec with a campaign in crisis, she’s a bored housewife having an affair with local bearded wonder, Steve. Meanwhile, the pet of Joe Camber, a nearby mechanic, is a dog named Cujo, who has unfortunately been bitten by a rabid bat during a rabbit chase. When Donna journeys up to the Cambers to get their car fixed with Tad in tow, they have no idea that the now rabid Cujo lies in wait for them.

Stephen King openly admits he has little memory of writing Cujo, as he put the book together during the height of his alcohol addiction. It »

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Exclusive Interview: Scream Queen Barbara Crampton

8 September 2016 10:27 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Barbara Crampton Interview

Barbara Crampton is a horror icon. Starring in such movies as The Re-Animator and Chopping Mall, she became one of the most familiar faces of fright flicks throughout the eighties and nineties. She then stepped away from the genre around the late nineties as she became a series regular on American daytime soap The Young and the Restless. However, she couldn’t stay away for long and for the last few years has been getting back involved in the horror genre, popping up in such films as You’re Next, We are Still Here and Road Games.

Road Games screened for a second year in a row this year at Frightfest. The film debuted last year and this time around saw the director, Abner Pastoll, return to take part in a live director’s commentary. It also forms part of the third wave of Frightfest Presents titles. »

- Kat Hughes

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How Horror Movies Helped Me Grow Up in a Single-Parent Home

7 September 2016 4:02 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

First of all, before I start this, I just want to point out that my childhood, despite various factors, was still really great and I’m truly grateful that I grew up the way that I did. My circumstances allowed me to learn a lot and grow to be fiercely independent, and much of that is still something that I carry with me. But the reality is that I did grow up in a home with only a single mom (for most of the time), which meant my childhood was a lot different than many kids I grew up with. And at times, I felt like the odd girl out—but all that changed when I really got into horror.

I spent the first 14 years of my life living in a trailer park in Des Plaines, Illinois, practically a stone’s throw away from the O’Hare International Airport. We »

- Heather Wixson

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The first ‘Death House’ trailer has landed: Will your favourite horror icon survive?

7 September 2016 7:49 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Last week we brought you some exclusive news via scream queen Barbara Crampton about forthcoming film Death House. The film is being touted as the Expendables of the horror genre with several high profile genre actors battling for survival. In addition to Crampton the film boasts the talents of Kane HodderDee WallaceSid Haig and Tony Todd.

Though not likely to release until 2017, a first trailer has landed online:

Did you spot your favourite horror icon? In our chat Crampton revealed that Hodder will be taking a central role and the trailer definitely seems to reflect that.

So what’s Death House all about? Well the official synopsis is thus:

Two federal agents fight their way through nine levels of Hell inside a secret prison known as the Death House. A facility-wide prison break turns their flight into a tour of horrors as they push toward the ultimate evil »

- Kat Hughes

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Poster and trailer for ‘Expendables of Horror’ ensemble Death House

4 September 2016 2:15 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A poster and trailer have arrived online for Harrison Smith’s ‘Expendables of Horror’ ensemble Death House, which features a host of genre favourites; check them out here…

The Death House is the Area 51 of Evil… a subterranean government facility that holds humanity’s worst on nine levels. Hell, Dante’s ninth level, holds the Five Evils… the “dark stars” of Death House. These individuals are so heinous they can never walk among society again. They may also be supernatural.

Agents Toria Boon and Jae Novak have their own dark pasts, arriving at Death House to tour its levels and observe its denizens first-hand as well as the medical and mental experiments of Drs. Eileen Fletcher and Karen Redmane. Their depraved experiments date back to the Nazi doctors of WWII.

Prison cells are virtual reality holo decks that recreate prisoner environments before they were incarcerated. A special hallucinogenic gas keeps inmates under control. »

- Amie Cranswick

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Barbara Crampton reveals ‘Death House’ details [Exclusive]

1 September 2016 5:08 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Barbara Crampton is a horror icon; she made a name for herself in the genre playing Megan Halsey in The Re-Animator. Since then she’s appeared in many more films and has been a regular name on the credits of films at the last three year’s of Horror Channel Frightfest events.

We caught up with the scream queen just before this year’s Frightfest where she stars in both Beyond the Gates and Road Games. She was in high spirits about the festival and was upset that she wasn’t able to make it. She did however update us on her next project – Death HouseDeath House is basically a horror version of The Expendables, with all the big names of horror uniting. The project had a lot of input from the late Gunnar Hansen, but despite having the royalty of horror attached, is still in search of a »

- Kat Hughes

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Jay Kay’s Top Four Fantasia Film Festival Picks

4 August 2016 5:34 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Four Film Favorites From The 2016 Fantasia International Film Festival

The massive under taking that is the Fantasia International Film Festival is a celebration of culture, art, community and film. I was fortunate enough to attend the final weekend of the festival that comprised theater screenings as well as what was available for viewing in the screening room at Fantasia HQ. While I do focus on horror primarily, this film festival hosts so many amazing shorts, features, documentaries, animation and more for nearly three weeks that you discover some incredible entries of storytelling! These are my four favorite films and honorable mentions from my time at Fantasia based off the viewings I had access to over that long weekend.


Too Young To Die / Directed By Kankuro Kudo (Japan)

Balls to the wall fun, a ton of heart and rock & roll on a canvas of Japanese filmmaking madness! This supernatural tale blends lots of laughs, »

- Jay Kay

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Fantasia 2016 Round-Up Reviews!

3 August 2016 1:52 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

This year, the 20th Anniversary of the Fantasia International Film Festival, was a good one for film lovers and cinephiles all around. Film like Let Me Make You A Martyr (review), Slash (review), Another Evil (review) and The Alchemist Cookbook (review) really left an impression on me and with the fest coming to an end, we thought it would be cool to shine the spotlight on a few others you fright fanatics should look out for.


1.) White Coffin (Dir. Daniel de la Vega)

Co-written by Ramiro García Bogliano and Adrian García Bogliano (Late Phases, Here Comes The Devil), White Coffin is a smile that has a lot going for it, but gets weighed down by some interesting use of music and a running time that leaves its viewer wondering if they missed the film while blinking (its running time is under 70 minutes). The story follows a woman whose daughter is »

- Jerry Smith

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