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Following its well-received screening at the 2018 Overlook Film Festival, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (written by Bone Tomahawk director S. Craig Zahler) has been acquired for North American distribution by RLJE Films, with a theatrical release planned for August:

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2018/04/23 23:18:04 UTC by Derek Anderson

Mental distress and physical dangers will be explored on the next episode of Fear The Walking Dead Season 4, and ahead of the new installment's April 29th premiere, we have a look at photos and preview videos that hint at what's to come. 

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2018/04/23 18:07:13 UTC by Derek Anderson

Sideshow Collectibles presents the man, the myth, the legend, the Joker. Their new Gotham City Nightmare Collection Joker Statue stands 20 inches tall, is made of polystone, vinyl, and PVC materials, and we have a look at a photo gallery of the incredibly detailed depiction of Batman's nemesis:

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2018/04/23 17:48:17 UTC by Tamika Jones

The summer of 2019 could see the release of a new movie in The Conjuring cinematic universe, but which film will it be?

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2018/04/23 17:38:10 UTC by Derek Anderson

Born from a vicious vampire attack, Eric Brooks became Blade, vampire hunter extraordinaire. In Mezco Toyz's new Blade collectible, fans can expect all of the accessories that make Blade, well, Blade: the sunglasses, leather trench coat, his sword and sheath, leather pants, and so much more! Don't be the one to skate uphill, keep reading for more details and a photo gallery:

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2018/04/23 17:17:06 UTC by Tamika Jones

Does this William Castle double feature send shivers up your spine? Perhaps it's... the tingler! The third of five films that director William Castle and writer Robb White worked on together, The Tingler (1959) Blu-ray will be released on August 21st from Scream Factory, along with 1964's Strait-Jacket, starring Joan Crawford!

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2018/04/23 17:14:25 UTC by Tamika Jones

More news regarding this Escape Velocity 2018 event at the National Harbor in Maryland is expected to roll out as the event approaches, but for now, it has been revealed that Greg Nicotero, one of the directors and makeup effects gurus on AMC's The Walking Dead, will be in attendance. Mr. Nicotero will discuss his career and experiences working on The Walking Dead, all from the angles of both science and fiction:

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2018/04/23 17:07:16 UTC by Tamika Jones

Jean-Claude Van Damme? Check. Cyborg hybrid? Check. Flesh-eating pirates? Check. On April 24th, Scream Factory will release the Collector's Edition of Cyborg (1989) on Blu-ray, and we have three high-def clips and a trailer from the sci-fi gem to share with Daily Dead readers:

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2018/04/23 15:56:32 UTC by Tamika Jones

Following the long-awaited season 2 premiere of Westworld, HBO gives viewers a look at upcoming episodes in a new preview video that reminds us that "this world is just a speck of dust sitting on a much, much bigger world." 

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2018/04/23 14:49:56 UTC by Derek Anderson

Some TV movies aim for originality, using the tools on hand to try and rise above constraints, be they financial or artistic; others are more than content to just entertain, with reliable craftsmen who deliver within the confines of the small screen format. In other words, sometimes comfort food tastes just as good as a five course meal, which brings us to Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973), a familiar yet entertaining romp through diseased minds and sharpened knives.

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2018/04/22 19:37:38 UTC by Scott Drebit

What makes a good Satanic Panic flick? Is it the urbane, dark humor of Rosemary’s Baby (’68), perhaps the outsized biblical insanity of The Omen (’76), or the insidious paranoia that infuses Race with the Devil (’75)? The answer for me is all of the above, and what a treat it is to come across another that brings something a little different - The Brotherhood of Satan (’71) offers a sense of quiet displacement before unleashing a torrent of blustery brimstone and hellfire.

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2018/04/21 18:15:30 UTC by Scott Drebit

The season 1 finale of Westworld was shockingly badass to say the very least, and while there were certain payoffs to various storylines that had been building throughout the first 10 episodes, it also raised a bunch of questions as to just where exactly the story will be heading in season 2. So, in anticipation of this weekend’s premiere episode on HBO, here’s a look at what we know so far about Westworld and what we’re hoping to see during this new season, which kicks off Sunday night at 9:00pm EST.

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2018/04/20 23:13:28 UTC by Heather Wixson

One of the most exciting genre celebrations in recent years, the Salem Horror Fest kicks off again this October and Daily Dead is thrilled to be a media sponsor of the 10-day event. Following their recent announcement that Blumhouse Productions' Ryan Turek will be this year's keynote speaker, Salem Horror Fest has now announced an "Earthdoom" lineup of environment-themed double features.

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2018/04/20 22:04:23 UTC by Derek Anderson

With the season 3 finale of Ash vs Evil Dead approaching on April 29th, Starz has announced that they will not be moving forward with a fourth season of the series.

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2018/04/20 20:11:58 UTC by Derek Anderson

From House of Wax to The Amityville Horror, Heather and Patrick play a frighteningly fun game of "remake roulette" on a new episode of Corpse Club.

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2018/04/20 17:02:09 UTC
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