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Horror Highlights: Dynamite Entertainment to Develop Elvira Comics & Collectibles, Puppet Killer Trailer, Haunted Towns

Dynamite Entertainment will honor the Queen of Halloween with new comic books and collectibles, and we have all of the details in today's Horror Highlights, which also includes a look at the trailer for Puppet Killer (produced by Jessica Cameron) and information on the new Destination America series, Haunted Towns.

Dynamite Entertainment Teams Up with Elvira: Press Release: "July 17, 2017, Mt. Laurel, NJ: Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Elvira, Mistress of the Dark - the beloved horror icon brought to (after)life by actress Cassandra Peterson - will join their line of licensed pop culture properties courtesy of a new licensing agreement with Queen "B" Productions and DevlinAgency. The publisher will develop and manufacture a wide variety of product categories including comic books, trading cards, posters, lithographs, card games, and board games.

With her signature blend of sex appeal, fearlessness, sarcasm, and smarts, Elvira rose to stardom in 1981 as
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Killer Klowns from Outer Space Creator Teases New Trilogy Plans

Killer Klowns from Outer Space Creator Teases New Trilogy Plans
Back in March, Steven Chiodo, the director of the beloved 1988 horror cult classic Killer Klowns from Outer Space, revealed in a podcast interview that he wants to start a new trilogy, in the form of a TV series. The filmmaker, who was working on the project with his brother Charles Chiodo and Edward Chiodo, described the project as a "requel," which is a hybrid of both a reboot and a sequel. The filmmaker offered another update, and while nothing is set in stone quite yet, the filmmaker is confident that this unique project will happen. Here's what he had to say below during a recent podcast appearance.

"There's nothing coming out that you could guarantee. Look, Hollywood is a very fickle industry. We've been working on a sequel since the day after we made Killer Klowns from Outer Space. I mean we have tons of ideas on different directions we can take it.
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Ultimate Horror Poll: All the honorable mentions that didn't make the cut

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Ultimate Horror Poll: All the honorable mentions that didn't make the cut
In our ongoing recap of last week's Ultimate Horror Poll -- in which over 100 genre experts helped determine the 100 greatest horror movies of all time by voting for their personal "ten best" -- the time has come to take stock of every honorable mention and clarification given by the survey's participants that weren't included in the original piece. To be clear, voters weren't asked for honorable mentions specifically; but a handful felt strongly enough about their "bubbling under" choices to list them anyway (which proved extraordinarily useful in helping break ties on the Top 100). See below for a full listing, as well as explanations from Bloody-Disgusting founder/editor-in-chief Brad Miska and director Corin Hardy ("The Hallow") on why they voted the way they did. Honorable Mentions: Barbara Crampton (Actor, "Re-Animator") Dracula (1931) Jaws (1975) Nosferatu (1922) Poltergeist (1982) Vampyr (1932) Brad Miska (Founder/Editor-in-Chief, Bloody-Disgusting.com; Producer) -- See Full Explanations Below Beetlejuice (1988) Bill & Ted's
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Exclusive: 10 Questions with Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

In honor of the Halloween season, we thought we'd chat with one of the genre's most iconic characters, the one and only Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, as portrayed by the lovely Cassandra Peterson. Read on for our ten questions with one of our favorite Scream Queens.

1. How did the Elvira character come about?

Elvira: I was with The Groundlings comedy improv group for four years before Elvira came along. My fellow Groundlings at the time were Paul Reubens (Pee-wee Herman), the late Phil Hartman of "Saturday Night Live" fame, Lorraine Newman, John Lovitz, Julia Sweeny, etc. etc. Many, many working actors have spawned careers at The Groundlings. (If you're ever in La, check them out at their theatre on Melrose Avenue.)

As budding actresses tend to do, I auditioned nearly every day so when I heard that a local Hollywood TV station was looking for a horror host,
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Exclusive: Cassandra Peterson Talks Elvira's Movie Macabre

Exclusive: Cassandra Peterson Talks Elvira's Movie Macabre
The first two installments of Elvira's new series featuring The Satanic Rites of Dracula and Night of the Living Dead arrive Tuesday, June 14th

Elvira is not just the Mistress of the Dark. She is an institution unto herself, and one of the few remaining late night horror hosts spooking around the graveyard that is antenna television. A horror mainstay throughout the 80s and 90s, Cassandra Peterson, the indelible woman behind the Elvira persona, re-launched her brand with an all-new midnight showcase that airs on various local stations across the country. Now, each episode from that series is set to hit DVD, starting with Elvira's Movie Macabre: Night of Living Dead and Elvira's Movie Macabre: Satanic Rites of Dracula this Tuesday, June 14th. The rest of the first season will arrive soon there after.

We recently caught up with the icon herself, Cassandra Peterson, to chat about Elvira's latest endevors,
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So, you didn't watch the new 'Elvira's Movie Macabre' on TV? It's going to DVD, so don't feel so guilty

Entertainment One will distribute the enw Elvira’s Movie Macabre on home video and digital in North America in June, 2011.

Remember how Elvira relaunched her show this past fall? Did you not watch? I agree. It got shitty show times - often past midnight. What old person can stay up that late???

Now you can watch the new series and really enjoy it at a regular time, like 3Pm in the afternoon, with some weak tea and an egg-salad sandwich. The way Elvira meant it to be watched. Her show, Elvira's Movie Macabre, was relaunched this past fall and originally aired in the 1980s before half you little shits were even born.

The double-feature releases from Entertainment One will pair such really unwatchable public domain shit as George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead with I Eat Your Skin and a double-bill of Hammer Film’s The Satanic Rites of Dracula
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Elvira's Movie Macabre Heads to DVD This June

Elvira's Movie Macabre Heads to DVD This June
Leading independent distributor Entertainment One (eOne) has acquired North American home video and digital rights for the nationally syndicated series Elvira's Movie Macabre, which will arrive in its first two installments of hilariously horrifying "Double Feature DVDs" this June. Presented by Elvira: Mistress of the Dark - the world's sexiest, most outrageous and original movie hostess - Elvira's Movie Macabre was re-launched on over 120 stations across the country this past fall and was instantly praised as "a dream come true for horror fans" (Fangoria).

Featuring Elvira's signature, unflinching, tongue-in-cheek commentary of some of the "greatest" B-movies ever to unspool, eOne's release of all-new Elvira's Movie Macabre "Double Feature DVDs" kicks off with the zombie-themed pairing of George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead with I Eat Your Skin and a double-bill of Hammer Film's The Satanic Rites of Dracula with The Werewolf of Washington. Future DVDs will
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