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October 31st Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Dawn Of The Dead (2004) and Land Of The Dead Collector’s Editions, Slaughter High

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Happy (almost) Halloween readers! With October 31st falling on the weekly home entertainment release day, that means we have extra reasons to get excited this Tuesday. Scream Factory has put together two absolutely incredible collector’s edition Blu-rays for George A. Romero’s underrated modern classic Land of the Dead as well as Zack Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead remake, which fans are going to want to add to their own personal collections.

For those of you who may have missed it in theaters, The Dark Tower comes home on Halloween, and Lionsgate has given the cult classic Slaughter High the Vestron Video treatment for their brand new Blu. Blue Underground is also keeping busy this week with a pair of Collector’s Edition sets, too—The Lift and Down—and the complete series of Orphan Black makes its home release bow on Halloween, too.

Other notable Halloween
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Contest: Win Dawn Of The Dead (2004) Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray

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"When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the Earth." This Halloween, Scream Factory is unleashing Zack Snyder's 2004 remake of George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead on a Collector's Edition Blu-ray, and we've been provided with three copies to give away to Daily Dead readers.


Prize Details: (3) Winners will receive (1) Collector's Edition Blu-ray copy of Dawn of the Dead (2004).

How to Enter: We're giving Daily Dead readers multiple chances to enter and win:

1. Instagram: Following us on Instagram during the contest period will give you an automatic contest entry. Make sure to follow us at:


2. Email: For a chance to win via email, send an email to contest@dailydead.com with the subject “Dawn of the Dead Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.

Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on November 6th.
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Sarah Polley Calls Weinstein "One Festering Pustule in a Diseased Industry"

Sarah Polley Calls Weinstein
Sarah Polley — known for directing such films Away From Her and Take This Waltz — has added her name to the growing list of women who've accused Harvey Weinstein of predatory behavior.

In an op-ed posted via The New York Times, Polley details an encounter she says she had with the mogul during a meeting. During a photo shoot, Polley, who has also appeared in films such as Dawn of the Dead and Splice, explained she was pulled out of the session abruptly. "The publicist said that we needed to be in Harvey Weinstein’s office in 20 minutes,"...
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New Halloween Release Date & Special Features for Dawn Of The Dead (2004) and Land Of The Dead Collector’s Edition Blu-rays

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Earlier this summer, Scream Factory got down with the sickness with they announced new Collector's Edition Blu-rays for the Dawn of the Dead remake and George A. Romero's Land of the Dead. Now they've announced a new Halloween release date for both Blu-rays, as well as a bunch of new bonus features, including interviews with James Gunn, makeup effects artists David Anderson and Heather Langenkamp Anderson (who also played Nancy in the Nightmare on Elm Street movies), actor Ty Burrell (see a tease of that interview here), and much more:

Press Release: This Halloween, get ready for a double dose of zombie apocalypse mayhem and trips to hell! On October 31, 2017, Scream Factory™ is proud to present Dawn Of The Dead Collector’s Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray andGeorge A. Romero’s Land Of The Dead Collector’s Edition2-Disc Blu-ray. These two definitive collector’s editions boast new 2K transfer,
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Vincenzo Natali to direct the Tremors TV pilot

Deadline is reporting that director Vincenzo Natali (Cube, Splice) has signed on to direct the pilot episode of Syfy’s Tremors TV series.

The pilot is written by Andrew Miller (The Secret Circle) and will take place 25 years after the original movie, as Perfection, Nv once again comes under threat from the killer Graboid worms. To defeat them, the town turns to Valentine McKee (the returning Kevin Bacon), who beat them once – but to do it again he’ll have to overcome age, alcohol and a delusional hero complex.

Tremors will be Natali’s first pilot, although he has credits on numerous TV shows, including the likes of Hannibal, American Gods, Orphan Black, Westworld, The Strain and Luke Cage.
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Director Set for New Tremors Pilot Episode Starring Kevin Bacon

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Start looking for higher ground, because the pilot episode for the potential new Tremors series is digging closer to the surface. Following the announcement in June that Syfy had ordered a pilot episode of a new Tremors series from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Television, it's now been revealed that Vincenzo Natali is lined up to direct.

Deadline reports the news about Natali's involvement, revealing that the filmmaker behind Cube, Splice, and Haunter has been "tapped to direct" the Tremors pilot episode starring Kevin Bacon, who will reprise his role as handyman-turned-hero Valentine “Val” McKee.

In addition to feature films, Natali has an impressive list of TV directorial credits to his name, having worked behind the camera on Darknet, Hemlock Grove, The Returned, Hannibal, Wayward Pines, Westworld, The Strain, and American Gods.

Natali will work from a script written by showrunner Andrew Miller, who starred as Kazan in Natali's first feature film,
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Syfy’s “Tremors” Pilot Has a Genre Friendly Director!

Syfy’s “Tremors” Pilot Has a Genre Friendly Director!
Not only is Kevin Bacon returning his Tremors character for the new Syfy series of the same name, but they’ve just landed one hell of a director. Vincenzo Natali is going to direct the Syfy pilot “Tremors”, a reboot of the 1990 cult classic film, Deadline reports. Natali previously directed cult classics Cube and Splice, while also dabbling in […]
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Vincenzo Natali Joins Syfy’s Tremors TV Series

Director Vincenzo Natali made a splash with Cube, followed by other films like Splice and Haunter; but where he’s really come into his own is on the small screen, especially with “Hannibal,” for which he directed six episodes. So we’re… Continue Reading →

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American Gods episode 5 review: Lemon Scented You

Ron Hogan May 29, 2017

American Gods' cast continues to excel with this week's introduction of Crispin Glover...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.5 Lemon Scented You

It's difficult for American Gods to get much better than it does in Lemon Scented You, if only because it provides viewers with everything they've been waiting for while also giving them something completely unexpected. The show features some spectacular acting heavyweights, and while they've all had plenty of chances to show off their skills, this week gives every major character in the show a showcase moment, and to list them all would be to do a straight recap of the show, minute-by-minute. Suffice to say, I could not be any happier with American Gods than I am this week.
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Great Job, Internet!: Here’s what the aliens in Arrival nearly looked like

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Denis Villeneuve’s new philosophical thriller Arrival derives much of its power and mystery from the design of its aliens and their inexplicable, sliver-shaped starships. Squid-like, elephantine, and usually seen only in deftly rationed glimpses, the Heptapods and their ships were the work of artist Carlos Huante, expanding on notes from the original source story, Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life”. But Huante wasn’t the only designer consulted on the project: artist Peter Konig, who’s lent designs to movies like Jurassic Park, Cloverfield, and Splice, also submitted several ideas for the alien’s ultimate designs.

(Image: Peter Konig)

Konig’s Heptapods tend toward the ethereal, reinforcing the idea of the aliens as inherently aquatic beasts. According to an interview the artist recently gave to CinemaBlend, he was also influenced by the alien warmth of horses’ eyes, a choice reflected in the second of these designs:

(Image: Peter
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‘Westworld’ Bits: Backstories, Gaming, Fan Theories, Vincenzo Natali, and More

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‘Westworld’ Bits: Backstories, Gaming, Fan Theories, Vincenzo Natali, and More
In today’s edition of Westworld Bits: Actor Jimmi Simpson discusses William’s backstory. Is The Man in Black a terrible gamer? Director Vincenzo Natali (Splice) talks about making the most recent episode of Westworld. Westworld Tech cake. And more. William is a host with more sympathy than the average Westworld attendee. The character is clearly at a crossroads in his life, […]

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The Weekend Warrior 9/2/16: Morgan and The Light Between Oceans

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Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

As expected, Fede Alvarez’s thriller Don’t Breathe (Screen Gems), starring Jane Levy and Stephen Lang, won the weekend, but it did way more than we predicted, doing better than most movies released in the last weekend of August, winning the weekend with $26.4 million, pretty much double what I predicted. That’s a pretty great testament to the power of Screen Gems’ marketing campaign and that’s more than double what the movie cost to make. Jason Statham’s Mechanic: Resurrection (Summit/Lionsgate) didn’t fare as well as it opened in fifth place with $7.5 million in 2,258 theaters, about where I predicted. Of the more moderate releases, the Obama date movie Southside with You (Roadside Attractions) took in $3 million in around 800 theaters,
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Bryan Fuller Offers New "Star Trek" Series Details

Along with offering hope for fans of "Hannibal" earlier today, producer Bryan Fuller has also spoken a bunch about his "Star Trek" TV series currently in the works ahead of an early 2017 launch on CBS' All Access streaming service.

Fuller, who got his start on TV working on episodes of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and "Star Trek: Voyager," is returning to the fold and this time has the keys to the kingdom. Obviously enthusiastic about the material, he spoke with Collider at the Saturn Awards this week and offered a ton of updates about the show's current status.

He confirmed the first season will be thirteen episodes with production aiming to run from September through to March. He confirmed it will be serialised with one story over thirteen episodes. At the moment the arc of the first season is all mapped out and the first six episode scripts have been 'broken' (ie.
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John Cusack: examining his recent straight-to-dvd movies




John Cusack has made 17 films in four years. We've found the ones that have gone all-but straight to DVD and watched them...

John Cusack is a bit of a Hollywood oddity. There’s no pattern to the type of movie he will choose to do, so he’s always kept us on our toes. Sure, he’ll make a dumb action movie, but that will often afford him the chance to make a few smaller gambles later on. Up until the last few years he’s played the system very well, but recently his ethic appears to have, um, waned? A little?

Since the heady days of Say Anything and Sixteen Candles he’s come to represent a sort of slightly weird-looking, awkwardly charming, offbeat everyman that men aged 18-49 can look at and go 'me'” - which is fine. There’s a place for that, as
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Watch This: Mesmerizing Sci-Fi Short Film 'Eve' Made by Eric Gandois

Time to finally see an impressive short film I've been waiting years to feature here on Fs. This short is called Eve and is made by a French concept artist turned filmmaker named Eric Gandois, making a strong first impression with this work. I originally got see the short in full two years ago, but it has been kept off the internet until now. The film stars Delphine Chaneac, seen in Vincenzo Natali's Splice, as a woman living in a future where there's barely any oxygen left and most of life on our planet has died off. It's entirely dialogue free and uses visuals and her performance to tell the story. I love discovering great work like this and featuring it, as this could be the beginning of an exciting filmmaking career for Gandois. Watch below. Found on Vimeo. Description: A 3D movie set in a futuristic & poetic universe without any dialog.
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Humanity's Last Breath Captured in Eve [Short Film]

Eve is a 3D movie set in a futuristic & poetic universe without any dialog that captures the last moments of humanity on earth before nature resumes his duties."

According to First showing, The short film was shot and imagined by a large team of French professionals which included Joséphine Derobe as the 3D stereographer, who worked on Pina by Wim Wenders. It's both written and directed by French filmmaker and concept artist Eric Gandois, who did storyboards for Lucy and From Paris with Love.

The film stars Delphine Chaneac, seen in Vincenzo Natali's Splice, as a woman living in a future where there's barely any oxygen left [Continued ...]
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10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in April

10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in April
They say that April showers bring May flowers, but this month is bringing a veritable downpour of excellent things to stream. The eagerly anticipated second seasons of Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Amazon's Catastrophe top the list of new arrivals; on the film front, we've got a high-school thriller for the ages and a gangster saga worthy of The Godfather. Here are our picks for the 10 best things to queue from your couch this month.

Breathe (Netflix, 4/1)

American viewers might know her best as the girl who burned down the
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Steven Hoban on William Shatner, Ginger Snaps, and his new film A Christmas Horror Story

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Christmas can be a rather horrifying holiday. It's stressful, hectic, and often annoying. A Christmas Horror Story, takes it to the next level, offering five interwoven stories taking place on Christmas Eve that will ensure your Christmas will never be peaceful again. Zombie elves, Krampus, Changelings, and shopping mall Santa Clauses are all here to make Christmas the horror-fest that you never knew it could be.

Producer and director Steven Hoban, whose past credits include producing Ginger Snaps, Splice, Black Christmasand the television show "Darknet", spoke to Cineplex to discuss his latest project, A Christmas Horror Story, which he co-directed with Grant Harvey and Brett Sullivan. It's bound to be a cult hit.

Cineplex: A Christmas Horror Story is a very collaborative project. Can you discuss working with directors Grant Harvey and Brett Sullivan and what that experience was like?

Steven Hoban: We developed it initially without the other directors,
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