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Fear The Walking Dead Casts It Follows Actor Daniel Zovatto

28 January 2016 6:35 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The first six episodes of AMC's Fear The Walking Dead featured a vast cast of characters, so viewers can expect to run across even more faces (of both the friend and foe variety) in the 15-episode second season, and a new addition to the show has already been announced.

Deadline reports that Daniel Zovatto (It Follows, Beneath) has signed on to play a recurring role in Fear The Walking Dead Season 2. No details about Zovatto's character have been revealed at this time.

Zovatto has stayed busy since making his impressive feature film debut in Larry Fessenden's Beneath in 2014. He later co-starred as Greg Hannigan in David Robert Mitchell's It Follows and will also appear in Fede Alvarez's A Man in the Dark, due out later this year.

Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on the second season of Fear The Walking Dead, which premieres April »

- Derek Anderson

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Ash vs Evil Dead, Ep. 1.10, “The Dark One”: An Unsatisfying Conclusion

3 January 2016 3:40 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Ash vs Evil Dead, Season 1, Episode 10, “The Dark One

Written by Craig Digregorio

Directed by Rick Jacobson

Airs Saturdays at 9pm (Et) on Starz

The first season of Ash vs Evil Dead comes to a close with an episode bordering on greatness before offering an ineffectual shrug of an ending. “The Dark One” has a lot going for it: Ash (Bruce Campbell) and recently revealed “big bad” Ruby (Lucy Lawless) finally go head to head, the stakes the show have set up feel serious enough to cause tension, and episode director Rick Jacobson ratchets up the visual insanity. Jacobson’s direction here is the closest the show has come yet to accurately capturing original franchise director Sam Raimi’s gonzo style: quick, violent cuts that come in bursts, titled angles, horror that comes as a result of overwhelming lunacy. There’s even a nice Three Stooges moment, where Ash attempts »

- Chris Evangelista

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