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Re-Animator Comic Book Miniseries Announced, Issue #1 Cover Art Revealed

22 January 2015 2:51 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

As many zombie fans know, Herbert West is obsessed with bringing back the dead. Since his original appearance in H.P. Lovecraft’s early 1920’s short story, he’s sought to conquer death through science in three feature films, a live musical, the Army of Darkness comic book series, and a one-shot comic. But West isn’t done yet, as this spring he’ll return in Dynamite Comics’ new miniseries, Reanimator.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Herbert West will star within the panels of Reanimator, an upcoming four-issue comic book miniseries from Dynamite Comics. The story will take West to New Orleans, where he’ll face off against various villains, including things straight out of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos.

Keith Davidsen penned the miniseries, which was illustrated by Randy Valiente. The first issue will hit shelves in April. Jae Lee, Francesco Francavilla, Tim Seeley, and Andrew Mangum created the four covers »

- Derek Anderson

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Horror / Fantasy Round-Up: Twin Peaks, Game of Thrones & The Babadook

15 January 2015 11:02 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We’re back with another round-up of news, this time focusing on the return of David Lynch’s seminal series, Twin Peaks, the upcoming Game of Thrones IMAX screenings, and when you can expect to see The Babadook haunt home media.

With Twin Peaks returning to television in nine all-new episodes in 2016 (25 years after it last aired), fans have been wondering which actors will come back. Series co-writer/director David Lynch and Showtime answered one big question by revealing that Kyle MacLachlan will once again step into the shoes of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper. Lynch even tweeted a new photo of MacLachlan as Agent Cooper holding a “damn fine” cup of coffee. Here’s the official press release (via Collider) and photo (via David Lynch):

Press Release – “Golden Globe winner and Emmy® Award nominee Kyle MacLachlan will reprise his role as FBI Agent Dale Cooper when the critically-acclaimed, »

- Derek Anderson

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Retrospective: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (Part One)

12 January 2015 3:25 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

After several successful seasons on HBO under its belt, Tales from the Crypt and its iconic host, The Cryptkeeper (voiced by John Kassir), made the leap to the big screen in January 1995 with the feature film Demon Knight. Directed by Ernest Dickerson and starring William Sadler, Billy Zane, Jada Pinkett, Dick Miller, Brenda Bakke, Thomas Hayden Church, Cch Pounder and Charles Fleischer, Demon Knight debuted at #3 its opening weekend and took in over $21 million during its theatrical run, making the first of the Tales from the Crypt a bona fide success (even if the critics didn’t seem to think so).

A movie best remembered by fans for its masterful blending of horror and comedy, an incredibly diverse and talented cast  of players as well as an iconic soundtrack and jaw-dropping special effects to boot, it was love at first sight after I first experienced Demon Knight all those years »

- Heather Wixson

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Tales from the Crypt – Fans Recreate Opening via 3D Rendering; Must See!

6 January 2015 9:30 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Now this? This is impressive. Fans Benabdallah Adel, Penoit Damien, Omar Meradi, and Toufik Mekbel have gathered their resources and talents and recreated the opening of HBO’s “Tales from the Crypt” in stunning detail via CG! Watch it along with… Continue Reading →

The post Tales from the Crypt – Fans Recreate Opening via 3D Rendering; Must See! appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Steve Barton

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Chris Brown’s Best of 2014

1 January 2015 6:00 PM, PST | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

In remembrance of 2014, we will be highlighting each of our contributor’s “Best of 2014″ on an individual basis. This isn’t limited to movies & television either. No, no, this bleeds over into memorabilia, music and so much more. Without further ado…

Deliver Us from Evil

Deliver Us from Evil” earns a spot on my list because it wasn’t “The Conjuring” and I still haven’t seen “The Babadook.” I know, shame, but there you have it. This movie, honestly, is here because Eric Bana is an excellent actor and, along with Joel McHale, the generic plotline here is knocked out of the park. Why? Because good actors elevate mediocre scripts, and as far as scripts go, this one isn’t far above the median line, but it has more than just great performances boosting its bottom line. The movie is ugly (tone, color, atmosphere) from the start. We don »

- C. Bryan Brown

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