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Date My Dad

Network: Up.

Episodes: 10 (hour).

Seasons: One.

TV show dates: June 2, 2017 — July 28, 2017.

Series status: Cancelled (per Barry Watson).

Performers include: Barry Watson, Raquel Welch, Zenia Marshall, Lilah Fitzgerald, Audrey Smallman, Cindy Busby, Lochlyn Munro, Matty Finochio, Karen Holness, Chris Gauthier, Robert Wagner, Willie Aames, and Natasha Gregson Wagner.

TV show description:

A family dramedy series, Date My Dad stars Barry Watson as widower Ricky Cooper, a father of three girls. A gym owner and former professional baseball player, Ricky had it all, until Isabella -- his wife and the love of his life -- died.

The story picks up three years after Isabella's death. On Ricky's 40th birthday, his mother-in-law, Rosa (Raquel Welch) -- who has been helping Ricky
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Final Red Band Trailer for Shane Black's 'The Predator' Touches Down

"My big boys a hunter - brought his dogs with him." 20th Century Fox has debuted one final, extra bloody red band trailer for The Predator, a new take on the Predator sci-fi action franchise, this time directed by Shane Black. The ensemble cast of this R-rated action movie is lead by Jacob Tremblay, who "accidentally triggers" their return to Earth again, along with Sterling K. Brown, Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn, Lochlyn Munro, Thomas Jane, Boyd Holbrook, Jake Busey, Keegan-Michael Key, Niall Matter, Trevante Rhodes (from Moonlight), plus Edward James Olmos. This is premiering at the Toronto Film Festival at Midnight in a few weeks, and hits theaters soon after - tickets are available now. They have dogs! Gnarly. I'm so ready to see this film. Here's the brutal final red band trailer for Shane Black's The Predator, direct from Fox's YouTube:
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‘Riverdale': We Have Not Seen the Last of the Black Hood

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‘Riverdale': We Have Not Seen the Last of the Black Hood
Sinners of Riverdale, beware.

“Hal is not completely out of the picture yet,” said showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa at the Television Critics Association summer 2018 press tour. Aguirre-Sacasa’s tease followed a question for a reporter about whether Hal (Lochlyn Munro)’s arrest might lead room for Alice and F.P. to get more romantic.

And as we all learned in the penultimate episode of Season 2, Betty’s dad had been the Black Hood terrorizing Riverdale all along.

Also Read: 'Riverdale': The Black Hood Is Revealed and We Are Not Ok

Munro added that when he read the script for Episode 21, he was “devastated,” thinking he had been written off the show.

“I can honestly tell you, when I read 21, I was a little devastated, because I thought — and thank God for Roberto being there, because he calmed me down — because I absolutely adore working with these people, and I
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Review: Riverdale The Complete Second Season

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When we first met Archie Andrews, he was the prototypical American teenager when being a teenager was a new concept. The idea of teens having free time was also new and mandatory attendance at high school was just a few decades old. It was a perfect place to explore what it meant to have leisure time to pursue personal interests be it the opposite sex or cars or sports or whatever.

The Archie comics have endured largely through their universality and their gentle humorous antics. Wisely, the company belatedly acknowledged the changing times and revamped the look and feel of the characters with the brilliant Mark Waid/Fiona Staples run which brought national attention and increased sales to the company. (Their digests continued to display the “classic” material.)

The universality and humor was retained but introduced more contemporary themes and issues. This got television interested and the ubiquitous Greg Berlanti
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Gear Up! Full-Length Trailer for Shane Black's 'The Predator' Arrives

"Predators don't just sit around making hats out of rib cages. They conquered space... But that's not what's on the horizon." 20th Century Fox has revealed the full-length trailer for The Predator, a new take on the Predator sci-fi action franchise, this time directed by Shane Black - who appeared in the original Predator as the character Hawkins. This is a gnarly new trailer with some seriously bloody, crazy, super nifty action and violence. Along with some nice foul language. The ensemble cast is lead by Jacob Tremblay, who "accidentally triggers" their return to Earth again, along with Sterling K. Brown, Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn, Lochlyn Munro, Thomas Jane, Boyd Holbrook, Jake Busey, Keegan-Michael Key, Niall Matter, Trevante Rhodes (from Moonlight), plus Edward James Olmos. This is much, much better than the first trailer. Bring on the new Predator!! Here's the full-length trailer (+ new poster) for Shane Black's The Predator,
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New TV Trailer for Shane Black's 'The Predator' Has a Bit More Footage

"Why are you here?" "I had a run in with a space alien." 20th Century Fox has debuted a new TV trailer, a 60-second spot, for Shane Black's new The Predator movie. We only just got the very first teaser trailer for this a month ago, and it's scheduled for release in September, so it's good to see some more new footage here. The big reveal in this is that there's a second Predator that appears out of nowhere at the end. What in the hell...? The ensemble cast is lead by Jacob Tremblay, who "accidentally triggers" their return to Earth again, along with Sterling K. Brown, Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn, Lochlyn Munro, Thomas Jane, Boyd Holbrook, Jake Busey, Keegan-Michael Key, Niall Matter, Trevante Rhodes (from Moonlight), plus Edward James Olmos. Looks good. You might want to check this out - it's a cool reveal. Here's the new 60-second
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'Riverdale' Boss Breaks Down Finale Shocker, Previews New Genre for Season 3

'Riverdale' Boss Breaks Down Finale Shocker, Previews New Genre for Season 3
Riverdale, 2017's surprise CW sensation, returned last fall for a second season with a new genre and nearly twice the number of episodes. Gone was the murder-mystery format that had Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead hunting Jason Blossom's killer. In its place was a Zodiac-inspired serial killer yarn wrapped around a mafia movie.

The genre-bending action of season two came to a conclusion Wednesday with Betty's (Lili Reinhart) dad (Lochlyn Munro) locked up behind a pane of glass — Hannibal Lecter-style — and Archie (K.J. Apa) in handcuffs and arrested for murder, seemingly at the behest of ...
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The Predator (2018) Teaser Trailer: The Alien Hunter Returns to Earth in Shane Black’s Film

The Predator Trailer

Shane Black‘s The Predator (2018) teaser trailer stars Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn, Lochlyn Munro, Jacob Tremblay, and Sterling K. Brown. The Predator‘s plot synopsis: “From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe’s most [...]

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First Teaser Trailer for Shane Black's New 'The Predator' Lands on Earth

"Tell me about the mission - did you see anything unusual?" 20th Century Fox has revealed the first teaser trailer for The Predator, a new take on the Predator sci-fi action franchise, this time directed by Shane Black - who appeared in the original Predator as the character Hawkins. This is somewhat of a re-imagining, or reboot, focusing on only one predator alien again who comes to Earth and wreaks havoc. The ensemble cast is lead by Jacob Tremblay, who "accidentally triggers" their return to Earth again, along with Sterling K. Brown, Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn, Lochlyn Munro, Thomas Jane, Boyd Holbrook, Jake Busey, Keegan-Michael Key, Niall Matter, Trevante Rhodes (from Moonlight), plus Edward James Olmos. This is our long-awaited first look at any footage from this, and so far it looks damn good - of course. It's only a tease but I'm totally sold already. Here's the first teaser
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If You Suspect Betty's Dad Is Actually the Black Hood on Riverdale, You Need to See This

In season one of Riverdale the big mystery revolved around who killed Jason Blossom, and we were worried The CW's eerie drama wouldn't be able to top that dark, twisted storyline. Now that season two is starting to wind down and we know for sure that Riverdale High janitor Mr. Svenson isn't actually the Black Hood, the unsettling puzzle of who the mysterious serial killer really is has started to heat up. So far, all signs seem to point to Betty's father, Hal. But let's back up a second.

The first season ends with Archie's father, Fred Andrews, being shot by an unknown, masked assailant in Pop's diner. The situation looked dire, and many wondered whether or not he'd live to see another day. In the season two premiere, we not only find out that Fred survives the bullet to the stomach (woo!), but also that the man who
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Riverdale’s Parents Are The Worst

It’s a Sunday night: you’ve just finished your job delivering leaflets for a local takeaway, you have algebra homework to do, you haven’t cleaned your room and your mum’s on the warpath. You’re sat in bed with ice cream watching serial killer documentaries and listening to The Smiths. Everything’s fine.

We’ve all been teenagers, and it isn’t easy. Puberty’s happening. You’re trying to do homework instead of going out with your friends every night. All your friends are making out with friends of friends. You have to think of clever tweets and take aesthetic selfies for Instagram. Your phone cannot be out of your line of sight for a second. It’s the apocalypse.

And your parents don’t understand, they’re just in your face all the time, trying to make you do chores or last week’s essay.
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Date My Dad

Network: Up. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: June 2, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Barry Watson, Raquel Welch, Zenia Marshall, Lilah Fitzgerald, Audrey Smallman, Cindy Busby, Lochlyn Munro, Matty Finochio, Karen Holness, Chris Gauthier, Robert Wagner, Willie Aames, and Natasha Gregson Wagner. TV show description: A family dramedy series, Date My Dad stars Barry Watson as widower Ricky Cooper, a father of three girls. A gym owner and former professional baseball player, Ricky had it all, until Isabella -- his wife and the love of his life -- died. The story picks up three years after Isabella's death. On Ricky's 40th birthday, his mother-in-law, Rosa (Raquel Welch) -- who has been helping Ricky raise daughters
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Horror Highlights: Camera Obscura, The Bigfoot Project, Splathouse Productions’ Blue Caveman, Justice Served, Black Rose

This summer, the fine folks over at Chiller Films will release Aaron B. Koontz's feature directorial debut, Camera Obscura, in theaters on June 9th and on VOD and Digital on June 13th. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have release details for The Bigfoot Project, Justice Served, and Black Rose, as well as information on Splathouse Productions' Blue Caveman Indiegogo campaign.

Camera Obscura Release Details: Press Release: "New York, NY – April 11, 2017 – Chiller Films is pleased to announce the release of the anticipated horror thriller Camera Obscura, in theaters on June 9 and on VOD and Digital HD on June 13. The film is written by Aaron B. Koontz and Cameron Burns and marks the theatrical directing debut of Koontz. The cast includes Christopher Denham (“Billions,” “Argo”), Nadja Bobyleva (“Bridge of Spies”), Catherine Curtin (“Stranger Things,” “Orange is the New Black”), Chase Williamson (Siren, “Beyond the Gates”) and Noah Segan (“The Mind’s Eye,
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Riverdale Recap: Friday Night Frights

Need to catch up? Check out our previous Riverdale recap here.

This week on Riverdale, Archie finally gets back on the football field, and Jason Blossom finally gets laid to rest in a truly creepy memorial service.

Related Riverdale Recap: Drive-In, Drive Out

The Blossoms are apparently Riverdale’s answer to the Addams Family, because they live in a creaky old haunted house known as Thorn Hill — with its very own graveyard! Cheryl wants to give the eulogy at Jason’s upcoming memorial service, but her mom Penelope tells her she’d just humiliate the family. (Gee, thanks, Mom.) Cheryl
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The Blackburn Asylum is Set to Scorch Canadian Screens Through Video-on-demand

Director Lauro Chartrand and writer Nastasha Baron's Blackburn is hitting Canadian markets. Renamed The Blackburn Asylum, this title is already available on a couple of Video-on-demand platforms (Shaw-on-demand & iTunes). It is set to see even more on December 13th. The film, shot on Britannia Beach, British Columbia, is a multi-genred release. The story involves an old asylum and dangerous characters who still live there. The film centrally stars: Jen and Sylvia Soska, Lochlyn Munro (Poker Night), Emilie Ullerup (A Little Bit Zombie), Sarah Lind and Calum Worthy. A review of the film is available here, on 28Dla: A The Blackburn Asylum Review on 28Dla (as Blackburn). And, all of the Canadian release details are hosted here. From viewing and reviewing the film, The Blackburn Asylum utilizes natural and unnatural elements. A rock slide and a forest fire force several friends into an old mental health hospital. Once inside, the
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Film Acquisition Rundown: Maxine Street Picks Up ‘Hickey,’ Gkids Gets ‘My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea’ and More

Film Acquisition Rundown: Maxine Street Picks Up ‘Hickey,’ Gkids Gets ‘My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea’ and More
Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here.

– Exclusive: Maxine Street LLC will release Alex Grossman’s teen workplace comedy “Hickey” for an La theatrical run on January 6, followed by a North American DVD/Tvod release from Gravitas Ventures on January 10. The film is Grossman’s first feature film and stars Troy Doherty, Flavia Watson, Raychel Diane Weiner and Tommy “Tiny” Lister Jr. Grossman wrote and directed and Lije Sarki produced.

The film is “a day in the life of math whiz and recent high school graduate Ryan Chess (Doherty) who has spent the entire summer dithering over his choice of colleges. On the one hand, he has a full ride to his dream school, MIT but he’s also hopelessly in love with co-worker
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Horror Highlights: Contest – Win The Unspoken on DVD, The Eyes Of My Mother Clips, Scary Christmas Party

Daily Deaders, we are hosting a contest where two of our readers can win a DVD copy of The Unspoken courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. Continue reading for rules and entry details. Also in today's Highlights: three clips and a featurette for The Eyes of My Mother and details on the third annual Scary Christmas Party.

Contest: Win The Unspoken on DVD:

Prize Details: (2) Winners will receive (1) DVD copy of The Unspoken.

How to Enter: For a chance to win, email contest@dailydead.com with the subject “The Unspoken Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.

Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on December 12th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted.

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Press Release: "Beverly Hills, CA (October 31, 2016) – A sinister tale
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‘The Unspoken’ Review

Stars: Jodelle Ferland, Lochlyn Munro, Neal McDonough, Sunny Suljic, Pascale Hutton, Anthony Konechny, Jonathan Whitesell, Jake Croker, Chanelle Peloso, Rukiya Bernard | Written and Directed by Sheldon Wilson

When it comes to horror we get used to certain tropes appearing in the films. These are often accepted and taken in the fun of the horror experience, as long as the film manages to deliver the expected level of entertainment. The Unspoken is a film where you’ll find many tropes at work, but does it deliver?

After a night in 1997 when a family mysteriously vanished from their home, the house is left vacant for 17 years. When a new family move in, Angela (Jodelle Ferland) agrees to help look after their child. Now undisturbed though the house appears to be coming back to life, and has a keen interest in Angela herself.

If there is one thing that The Unspoken doesn’t do,
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Review: The Unspoken, In Search of Scares

Jump scares aplenty haunt The Unspoken, a movie that is populated by menacing men and weak-willed women. Rather confusingly, it's set in the modern day. A period setting might have explained better the brutish bullies and fearful females who fill out the main cast. In any event, after a prelude that is meant to establish the reason why a small town in upstate New York is still frightened of an isolated house located beyond its outskirts some 17 years later, Angela (Jodelle Ferland) is introduced. Angela's father (Lochlyn Munro) has been laid off for months and his job prospects do not look good. As the only child of a single parent, Angela realizes she needs to help out and so agrees to meet Mrs. Peterson...

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[Review] The Unspoken

There are only so many iterations of the haunted house trope and yet they continue getting made. Sometimes we’re lucky with James Wan’s The Conjuring series delivering fear along with period aesthetic and tense mood, but those are few and far between. More often we receive work trying hard to stand out from the pack that prove less than inspired with the past decade or so seeing an uptick in violence and gore to make up for any redundancies in themes. To that end I commend regular genre TV movie director Sheldon Wilson for showing restraint on The Unspoken. Atmosphere is paramount as it should be, but sadly it’s created almost solely from jump scares the prologue quickly numbs us towards as soon as things get going.

It’s 1997 and a seemingly empty house has blood-covered windows and abandoned cars in the front driveway. The door swings
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