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The Making of The Blair Witch Project: Part 1 – Witch Pitch

1 August 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The early 1990’s sucked for horror movies… I mean, really sucked. Movies like Dr. Giggles (1992), Man’s Best Friend (1993), and Cemetery Man (1994) failed spectacularly, for me, to scratch the itch unlike the 1980’s or the 1970’s. Sure, we had The Silence… Continue Reading →

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- Ben Rock

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Watch the New HD Teaser Videos for American Horror Story Season 6

29 July 2016 12:01 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

FX recently gave American Horror Story fans a taste of what to expect when the anthology series returns in September, and now the second round of appetizers have arrived via three new teaser videos for Season 6, including one that appears to feature Lady Gaga.

If creepy, crawly things give you the, well… creeps, then the new video titled “Millis Crossing” is sure to send a shudder down your spine. The teaser seemingly focuses on Lady Gaga, who stares up at the camera in peace as a millipede makes itself at home—first in her hair and then nightmarishly near to her lips.

FX then goes for a “Sunset Stroll” in vintage, Super 8-style footage featuring a family of three out for a walk as the sun dips behind the mountainous horizon. What seems to be an innocent outing takes an unsettling turn when the trio steps closer to the camera… »

- Derek Anderson

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Christopher Lombardo & Jeff Kirschner Give Their Diagnosis of Healthcare Horror Movies

27 May 2016 4:35 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

[Guest authors Christopher Lombardo and Jeff Kirschner of Really Awful Movies share their diagnosis of healthcare horror movies with Daily Dead readers.] When the Us was overhauling its healthcare system, much to-do was made about so-called “death panels,” government committees who would decide who lives and dies based on asset allocation. As far as healthcare horrors are concerned, it turns out that playing God is very real, but luckily only in film and Sarah Palin’s fright-filled imagination. Nefarious nurses, murderous docs, and psychopathic hallway stalkers in horror movies have effectively put end-of-life issues at the forefront, but not in a way that can be reasonably debated: your life, their ending of it.

We’ve decided to weigh in on the healthcare hullabaloo by looking at fictional settings that make One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest look like the height of patient-centered thinking. So sit back and self-medicate with whatever’s in the fridge (or better still, the medicine cabinet) and take these seven healthcare horrors—but don’t call us in the morning. »

- Jonathan James

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Larry Drake, 'L.A. Law' and 'Darkman' Actor, Passes Away at 66

17 March 2016 7:26 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Two-time Emmy winner Larry Drake, who portrayed the mentally-challenged Benny Stulwicz on NBC's hit drama series L.A. Law, passed away today at the age of 66. While no cause of death was given, TMZ reports that the actor did have recent health problems pertaining to his weight, but his health issues weren't thought to be terminal. The actor was found in his Hollywood, California home by a friend at approximately 1:30 Pm today.

Larry Drake was born on February 21, 1950 to Lorraine, a homemaker, and Raymond Drake, a drafting engineer for an oil company, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma and originally wanted to be a teacher before studying acting. He landed a variety of small roles throughout the 1970s and 1980s in movies like Date with a Kidnapper and The Karate Kid, and TV shows such as Hardcastle and McCormick and Hunter. In 1987, he landed the role of Benny Stulwicz, »

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‘L.A. Law’ Star Larry Drake Dies at 66

17 March 2016 4:27 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Emmy-winning actor Larry Drake, who played Benny on “L.A. Law,” died Thursday, his rep confirmed. He was 66.

A cause of death has not yet been revealed. According to TMZ, which first reported the news, Drake was found dead by his friend in his Hollywood home.

Drake played the developmentally disabled office assistant Benny Stulwicz on “L.A. Law.,” which was praised for handling Benny’s odyssey in a very progressive fashion, especially for the time, as he gets the job, finds his own apartment and gets a girlfriend over time, sometimes having to fight for his legal rights with the help of the attorneys who employ him. Drake recurred on the series from 1987-94.

He was Emmy nominated for the role three times, in 1988, 1989 and 1990, winning the first two times out. He reprised the role for “L.A. Law: The Movie” in 2002.

The actor was equally memorable in Sam Raimi’s stylish »

- Carmel Dagan

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‘L.A. Law’ Star Larry Drake Dies at 66

17 March 2016 4:27 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Emmy-winning actor Larry Drake, who played Benny on “L.A. Law,” died Thursday, his rep confirmed. He was 66.

A cause of death has not yet been revealed. According to TMZ, which first reported the news, Drake was found dead by his friend in his Hollywood home.

Drake played the developmentally disabled office assistant Benny Stulwicz on “L.A. Law.,” which was praised for handling Benny’s odyssey in a very progressive fashion, especially for the time, as he gets the job, finds his own apartment and gets a girlfriend over time, sometimes having to fight for his legal rights with the help of the attorneys who employ him. Drake recurred on the series from 1987-94.

He was Emmy nominated for the role three times, in 1988, 1989 and 1990, winning the first two times out. He reprised the role for “L.A. Law: The Movie” in 2002.

The actor was equally memorable in Sam Raimi’s stylish »

- Carmel Dagan

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