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Breakfast Becomes Surreal in Exclusive Clip from House Of Demons

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Cult experiments from the ’60s bring inner demons to life in the present day for a group of strained friends in the new movie House of Demons, starring Amber Benson. With House of Demons out now on DVD and digital from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.

You can watch breakfast take an unexpected turn in our exclusive clip from House of Demons below, and visit the movie on Amazon to learn more about the new home media release.

"Gwen, Matthew, Katrina, and Spencer were best friends for years, until a terrible tragedy tore them apart, and left all of them in a state of arrested development. Ten years later, they're reunited for a destination wedding to stay together in a rented house. What they don't know is in the late 60s, the house was home to a Manson Family-like cult,
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Horror Highlights: Knock Knock Trailer, House Of Demons Coming to DVD & Digital, The Campus Release Details

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Inspired by the VHS horror heyday of the ’80s, Toby Canto's new movie Knock Knock headlines today's Horror Highlights with a spooky trailer, and we also have info on the House of Demons DVD and the upcoming release of J. Horton's horror film The Campus.

Knock Knock Trailer: "'Knock Knock' tells the story of down-on-his-luck former boxer Sam Grant, who one night finds himself caught in a whirlwind of conjecture and conundrum as his colorful and quirky neighbors come to him with scary tales of their apartment’s mysterious new resident."

To learn more about Knock Knock, visit the film on Facebook and Vimeo, and watch the trailer below:



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House of Demons Coming to DVD & Digital: Press Release: "Culver City, Calif. (Dec. 15, 2017) – Terror finds a new home in the supernatural horror-thriller House Of Demons, which is being distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on digital
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Drone Wars Arrives on DVD and Digital HD on September 12th

The action sci-fi thriller Drone Wars explodes onto DVD and Digital HD on September 12 from Lionsgate. A small team of scientists hiding in Los Angeles are tasked with the impossible mission of stopping an invasion of drones from slaughtering all of humanity. Starring Corin Nemec, Whitney Moore, Nathin Butler, and Sean Gunnell, Drone Wars is packed full of action and incredible special effects. The Drone Wars DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $19.98.

When drones arrive in a flash, slaughtering humanity and stripping the Earth of its resources, a small team of scientists hiding in Los Angeles works to expel the drone menace once and for all.

This trailer looks terrific!

Cast

Corin Nemec TV’s “Stargate: Sg-1” and “Supernatural

Whitney Moore Birdemic franchise, A Horrible Way to Die

Nathin Butler TV’s “Winners & Losers” and “General Hospital

Sean Gunnell Collar, Eden of Three, Larkin

The post
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Corin Nemic’s Drone Wars Brings the Battle Home in September

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Program Description

The action sci-fi thriller Drone Wars explodes onto DVD and Digital HD on September 12 from Lionsgate. A small team of scientists hiding in Los Angeles are tasked with the impossible mission of stopping an invasion of drones from slaughtering all of humanity. Starring Corin Nemec, Whitney Moore, Nathin Butler, and Sean Gunnell, Drone Wars is packed full of action and incredible special effects. The Drone Wars DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $19.98.

Official Synopsis

When drones arrive in a flash, slaughtering humanity and stripping the Earth of its resources, a small team of scientists hiding in Los Angeles works to expel the drone menace once and for all.

Cast

Corin Nemec Stargate: Sg-1” and “Supernatural

Whitney Moore Birdemic franchise, A Horrible Way to Die

Nathin Butler Winners & Losers and General Hospital

Sean Gunnell Collar, Eden of Three, Larkin

Program Information

Year of Production: 2016

Title Copyright: © 2016 Drone Wars Distribution,
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Green Arrow Writer Talks Team-Ups With Justice League In New Video

After writer Benjamin Percy did a fine job of capping Green Arrow‘s first year in the Rebirth era with issue #25, which also served as a great jumping on point, it seems like he’s more than ready to plunge into the next major story arc.

Not long ago, we were granted our first look inside the opening chapters of “Hard Traveling Hero,” which is set to take the Emerald Archer beyond the borders of Star City (formerly Seattle). So, if that title rings a bell, it should, because it’s paying homage to Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams’ legendary run on Green Lantern/Green Arrow, something Percy didn’t shy away from admitting right off the bat in a recent interview conducted by DC All Access’ Whitney Moore.

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Caity Lotz Talks Legends Of Tomorrow Season 3 In New Video

Yes, we may have a few months between us and the season premiere of Legends of Tomorrow, but DC’s acclaimed sci-fi show still remains on our minds. After all, who could forget that when we last saw the Waverider crew they had “broken time,” arriving in a setting that saw past, present and future merged into a horrific – yet visually stunning – world overrun by dinosaurs?

Aside from having some recent confirmation that there won’t be any sort of a time jump and the heroes must continue righting their wrongs, series star Caity Lotz confirmed just as much in an interview with DC All Access co-host Whitney Moore. Still, we don’t expect them to endure the dino crisis for too long, as they’ll probably move on after an episode or two just as Barry Allen did with Flashpoint last fall.

Regardless, life won’t get any easier for the White Canary,
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Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey Writers Tease What’s To Come In New Video

So far, Batgirl and the Birds of Prey has been one of the series that has most defined Rebirth’s mission statement by re-establishing a beloved team of superheroes, effectively placing the focus on the characters many devoted fans think of when this title is mentioned. Now, admittedly, Batgirl occupies a fair amount of the spotlight (notice that her name precedes the team, similar to that of Batman and the Outsiders or Red Hood and the Outlaws), but knowing that Black Canary and Huntress are back in the fold undoubtedly provides longtime readers with a measure of comfort.

Familiarity aside, a fresh concept that was introduced almost one year ago has been that of this new Oracle, a young man named Gus. As many of you are no doubt aware, Oracle was the codename adopted by Barbara Gordon upon being paralyzed from the waist down thanks to the Joker. Not
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Greg Rucka Discusses Wonder Woman Annual #1 In New Video

Saying that this is a big week for Wonder Woman is certainly an understatement. Not only is there much buzz surrounding her first solo outing on the silver screen (you can read our review here), but her first annual yielded by the Rebirth era is also set to hit shelves.

Although said annual is slated to be an anthology of sorts, many readers are likely looking forward to the contribution made by Greg Rucka, who has served as writer on the flagship title for the past year, and artist Nicola Scott, who was paired with him for the Wonder Woman: Year One story arc.

In the latest episode of DC All Access, co-host Whitney Moore chats with Rucka about his 10-page tale that actually takes place within the same time frame as Year One, effectively showing how Diana first met Batman and Superman in current continuity. Sure, we’ve all
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Scott Snyder Talks Dark Nights: Metal In New Video

As time goes by, we’re slowly but surely gaining more insight into DC’s upcoming event book, Dark Nights: Metal, which is set to reunite the fan favorite creative team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo. The latest helping of knowledge comes by way of DC All Access, in which the most recent installment of the web series sees co-host Whitney Moore chatting with Snyder himself.

Over the course of the conversation, the superstar scribe says the usual things such as they’re “taking risks” and “exploring new territory,” but my ears perked when he spoke of an invasion by a “Dark Multiverse” that brings together the Justice League. Quite frankly, this caused me to think that there’s a dark matter multiverse counter to the DC Multiverse we’ve come to be familiar with and then I remembered that, hey, this series is kicking off the
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Titans Writer Talks “The Lazarus Contract” In New Video

Although “The Button” has yet to conclude, DC isn’t giving readers a chance to catch their breath as they begin yet another huge crossover this week in the form of “The Lazarus Contract.” Beginning with Titans and then spilling over into Teen Titans and Deathstroke before concluding in an oversized annual later this month, the tale sees Slade Wilson attempt to harness Wally West’s Speed Force abilities in an effort to resurrect his son, Jericho. Sure, we already know that a bold new era awaits the assassin this summer, but part of the fun is seeing how he gets there.

In the latest episode of DC All Access, co-host Whitney Moore caught up with one of the architects of the crossover, Dan Abnett, to discuss what’s in store for us. Not surprisingly, he said that they’re paying homage to The Judas Contract, the very same classic
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The Flash Writer Talks Crossover With Batman In New Video

After months of hype, “The Button” has finally kicked off, intending to be the next tale to explore some of Rebirth’s greatest mysteries. Spanning four issues – Batman #21 & 22 and The Flash #21 & 22 – this monumental crossover unites two of the DC Universe’s greatest detectives. After all, if they can’t get to the bottom of something, who can?

In the latest episode of DC All Access, co-host Whitney Moore manages to video conference with current Flash writer Joshua Williamson from the showroom floor at WonderCon. Basically, they dance around major spoilers, but are still able to tease what’s to come, namely appearances from Thomas Wayne and Jay Garrick. Plus, we’re given vague hints as to how this’ll cause reverberations throughout DC’s entire publishing line, chief among which will be the next major story arc to be explored within the pages of the Scarlet Speedster’s own ongoing title.
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Wonder Woman Director Discusses Battle Scenes And Diana Coming Of Age In New Video

Right now, I think we can all agree there’s a lot riding on Wonder Woman. Not only is it the Amazon Princess’ first headlining gig in a live action film, but many are also looking to it to be the great redeemer for a DC Extended Universe that has thus far proven to be divisive. And if the latest trailer is any indicator, it may very well be.

Seeing as how the movie takes place during World War I and Diana herself is a born warrior, it comes as no surprise that much of the promotional material released to this point has maintained a focus on action. Likely having such things in mind, DC All Access co-host Whitney Moore had that very topic near the top of her list of things to discuss when having the opportunity to catch up with director Patty Jenkins at WonderCon.

Aside from having
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VHS Massacre On Blu-ray For May 2017 From Troma Entertainment

Troma Entertainment, Inc. May 2017 New Release VHS Massacre Blu-ray Label: Troma Entertainment, Inc Prebook: 04/11/2017 Street: 05/09/2017 Srp: $24.98 Upc:790357090709 Cat: 907 Widescreen 1.78:1 Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo In English Production year: 2016 Documentary Not Rated 72 Minutes Region Free Directors: Kenneth Powell & Thomas Edward Seymour Cast: Whitney Moore, Juliette Danielle, Greg Sestero, …

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Horror Highlights: Comet TV April Lineup, The Black Room, The Thing-Inspired Print, Breakdown Lane, The Eyes, Zombie Lake Soundtrack

Comet TV has released their lineup of programming for April 2017, and your favorite or soon-to-be favorite movie just might be on the list! Also in today's Highlights: a new trailer for The Black Room, The Thing-Inspired print from Sleep Terror Clothing, Breakdown Lane release details, the La premiere of The Eyes, and the debut of the Zombie Lake soundtrack.

Comet TV's Lineup for April Announced: Press Release: "Only Airing On CometTV.com in April.

You Don’T Need A Subscription To Watch These Great Movies

They’Re Airing For Free On Comet!

Stargate Sg-1 is back on Comet! Your favorite gate-hopping action series returns with back-to-back episodes Monday through Thursday at 8/7C, with encores of both episodes airing at 10/9C.

Stargate Sg-1

Monday – Thursday 8/7C

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Frogs (1972)

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Die, Monster, Die (1965)

Saturday, April 22 at 2/1C

Empire of the Ants (1977)

Saturday,
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Breakdown Lane Coming to Home Video and VOD Next Month

Breaking Glass Pictures has announced that they will be releasing their zombie action flick Breakdown Lane on DVD and through VOD platforms on May 16th. Directed by Robert Conway and Bob Schultz, the film pits Birdemic‘s Whitney Moore against a… Continue Reading →

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Dan Abnett Talks Uniting Masters And Students In Titans Annual #1

From the get-go, Titans hasn’t been shy when it comes to exploring the bigger mysteries surrounding the young Rebirth era. Having already detailed the reason for the pre-Flashpoint Wally West being in current continuity proved this title wasn’t messing around and, according to series writer Dan Abnett, he’s not slowing down any time soon.

In the latest episode of DC All Access, co-host Whitney Moore had the opportunity to video chat with one of the publisher’s more prolific writers at the moment, as he discussed Titans Annual #1. As you may be aware, annuals can often be either entertaining standalones or overpriced throwaways, but thankfully, Abnett and company have decided to make use of this opportunity by tying it into the grand scheme of things.

In doing so, he’s united various members of the Titans with their corresponding Justice League mentors: Batman and Nightwing; Flashes Barry
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Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Director Talks The Addition Of Terra

With a few weeks left to go until the release of Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, DC All Access has really been spoiling us as of late with videos pertaining to the next addition to DC’s stellar line of animated films. Just days ago, they spoke with Kari Wahlgren in order to gain some insight into her character of Starfire and, now, it’s director Sam Liu’s turn to talk.

In a chat with Whitney Moore, the fan favorite filmmaker reaffirmed that this adaptation of the beloved comic book written by Marv Wolfman and illustrated by George Perez is faithful to the source material, as everyone has been doing when given the chance. But with any project such as this, certain details may have to be streamlined for mainstream audiences or, perhaps, due to the constraints that come with having to shoot for a specific running time (these
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Starfire Hones Her Skills In New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Clip

I’m secure in saying that I’m probably not the only one who thinks the wait between DC animated movies feels like an eternity, even if they’re only mere months apart. With but a few weeks to go until the release of Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, the folks at DC All Access have thankfully tided us over with a new clip and other goodies.

Although said footage treads very far from spoiler territory, it’s pretty cool to see some fresh content nonetheless, especially when you factor in that it involves Starfire. Up until Justice League vs. Teen Titans, she was a character that was really only hinted at in other related films, so it’s nice to see a version of her that’s more mature than what you’d find on a series airing on Cartoon Network be explored.

On that note, co-host Whitney Moore
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Shin Godzilla to Make North American Premiere at Fantastic Fest 2016

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If you live near Austin and you feel the earth shifting beneath your feet, then you might want to throw on your sneakers and start running now, because the King of the Monsters is heading to Texas this week for the North American premiere of Shin Godzilla at Fantastic Fest 2016:

Press Release: Austin, TX - September 21, 2016 - Alamo Drafthouse's Fantastic Fest is excited to unveil last minute additions to the schedule, adding to one of the most highly diverse lineups in the festival's twelve-year history. And see who will go toe to toe in the fest's highly anticipated yearly event, the Fantastic Debates!

Godzilla returns to the big screen in 2016 with Shin Godzilla, the 32nd film in the legendary franchise and currently the 3rd highest grossing film in Japan this year. The King of the Monsters stomps into Fantastic Fest for its North American Premiere before smashing its way through the U.
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‘Birdemic: Shock and Terror’ Blu-ray Review (Severin)

Stars: Alan Bagh, Whitney Moore | Written and Directed by James Nguyen

There are films that can be called “so bad they are good” and other bad films that are funny to watch for all the wrong reasons… What camp does Birdemic: Shock and Terror sit in? That’s for you to decide. With a story similar to The Birds, Birdemic tells the story of two lovers Rod (Alan Bagh) and Nathalie (Whitney Moore) who find themselves caught in the “Birdemic” with birds of prey suddenly attacking a small seaside town.

It is hard to defend Birdemic: Shock and Terror, it just isn’t a good movie. I can see why some may champion it as being so bad its good, but it didn’t fit that category for me. This review isn’t going to be me bashing it though, because that would be unfair. Why would you consider purchasing the Blu-ray?
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