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September 26th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Devil’S Candy, 47 Meters Down, It Stains The Sands Red

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As we inch our way closer to the holiest of months, October, this final Tuesday of September boasts an eclectic array of genre-related home entertainment releases, including several great movies I fell in love with earlier this year: The Devil’s Candy, It Stains the Sands Red, and 47 Meters Down. For you cult cinema fans out there, it’s going to be a busy week for your wallet, as we have an array of horror and sci-fi titles heading home, including the SteelBook edition of Bride of Re-Animator, the director’s cut of Cannibal Ferox, Lucio Fulci’s The Devil’s Honey, as well as Orgy of the Dead and Psychos in Love from Vinegar Syndrome.

Other notable releases for Tuesday, September 26th include After Midnight, It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (in 4K), A Quiet Place in the Country, The Stake Land Collection, John Carpenter’s Escape from L.A. on Blu-ray, »

- Heather Wixson

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Exclusive: Seth Green, Breckin Meyer, Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard & Michael Rooker Discuss Robot Chicken’s Walking Dead Special

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Over the years, Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken series has lovingly paid tribute to hundreds of pop culture icons and projects, but this October, they're celebrating AMC’s The Walking Dead with an entire special episode devoted to Rick and his cohorts in honor of the show’s success and its legions of fans who remain devoted to the series after seven seasons.

At a recent press day, Daily Dead had the opportunity to speak with several members of the Robot Chicken family, including Seth Green, Breckin Meyer, Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard, as well as the incomparable Michael Rooker, whose character, Merle, makes a memorable appearance in the special (and sings us a little ditty about looking for love in a post-apocalyptic world). During the discussion, they chatted about being able to work with Robert Kirkman, Scott Gimple and The Walking Dead cast, how supportive AMC was to their idea »

- Heather Wixson

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It Sequel Slated for September 6th, 2019 Theatrical Release

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The Losers' Club promised to return to Derry if It (aka Pennywise) ever came back, and we'll get to see them do just that as adults on September 6th, 2019, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros.' newly announced release date for the sequel to 2017's It.

Multiple outlets, including THR, have revealed that the It sequel is scheduled to be released in theaters and IMAX locations on September 6th, 2019.

Gary Dauberman (Annabelle: Creation, the upcoming The Nun) recently finalized an agreement to write the screenplay for the sequel to It, currently referred to as "Chapter Two." Dauberman is one of several screenwriters credited on It (2017), having come aboard the movie after filmmaker Cary Fukunaga departed the project. Fukunaga and Chase Palmer had co-written a screenplay for the film, but Dauberman gave the movie his own creative perspective for director Andy Muschietti to work from.

Although it hasn't officially been announced, »

- Derek Anderson

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Status Update on In-the-Works Underworld TV Series

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It's been in the works for quite some time, but the Underworld TV series, based on the action horror film franchise of the same name, looks to be moving forward with director/producer Len Wiseman at the forefront.

Although the Underworld TV series hasn't found a network to call home, Deadline reports that the development of the series is indeed moving forward at Wiseman's production company Sketch Films.

Currently containing five films, the Underworld film franchise follows the vampiric assassin Selene (also known as a Death Dealer) as she navigates the war between bloodsuckers and Lycans, with humans occasionally caught in the carnage. Kate Beckinsale has played Selene in the films, but it's not yet known what the plot of the series would be, or if Beckinsale would be involved.

Wiseman will executive produce the series along with Lakeshore Entertainment’s Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, and Eric Reid, with the »

- Derek Anderson

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Watch the Trailer for the SpongeBob SquarePants Stop-Motion Halloween Special

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Since he made his Nickelodeon debut in 1999, SpongeBob SquarePants has had countless adventures (some of them quite trippy, in fact) and his latest looks to be another memorable one for the show's scrapbook, as SpongeBob meets his backbone in the trailer for The Legend of Boo-kini Bottom, a new stop-motion animated special airing on October, Friday the 13th.

Watch the new trailer for The Legend of Boo-kini Bottom below, and in case you missed it, watch a Comic-Con clip from the special.

"See Sponge-boo Scare-Pants in a brand new stop motion special! It’s spooky! It’s spongey! It’s stop motion-y! Don’t miss the brand new SpongeBob special, The Legend of Boo-kini Bottom, this Friday the 13th! (Insert evil laugh here!)

The production features 27 unique sets, across five stages, where 15 boxes of breakfast cereal were used to create texture on Bikini Bottom's coral reefs; eight pounds of glitter »

- Derek Anderson

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MTV’s Scream TV Series Reboot Adds Tyler Posey to the Cast

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Fans of the Lakewood Six received the surprising news back in April that MTV would be rebooting their Scream TV series for its third season, introducing a new cast of characters and creative team behind the scenes. The big changes for the series continue to take shape, as Tyler Posey from Teen Wolf has now joined the cast.

The news of Posey's casting comes from THR, who reveal that the Teen Wolf star will play Shane, "a high school dropout... drug dealer and party promoter who is always hustling in order to make money. But beneath that exterior, there's more to Shane than anyone realizes." After six seasons, the final episode of Teen Wolf just aired on MTV.

Posey joins a cast for the rebooted third season that includes Keke Palmer, Rj Cyler, Jessica Sula, Giorgia Whigham, Giullian Yao Gioiello, Tyga, and C.J. Wallace.

As previously reported, season 3 of Scream, »

- Derek Anderson

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It Movie Maintains Strong Presence at the Box Office in Third Weekend

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Following the opening weekend at the cinema for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Pennywise the clown is no longer dancing at the top of the box office, but It continues to float above most films in its third week since its initial release.

According to Box Office Mojo, Kingsman: The Golden Circle took the top spot at the weekend box office with a $39 million estimated opening, moving It to the second slot in the top ten of the weekend box office after raking in an additional $30 million into the sewers of Derry.

Like poor Georgie, moviegoers can't seem to resist the lure of Pennywise, and the strong box office numbers in its third weekend in theaters indicates that many moviegoers are likely heading back to the theater to experience the Stephen King adaptation on the big screen more than once.

The It movie has now brought in $266.3 million in the Us, »

- Derek Anderson

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New York City’s Blood Manor Haunted House Attraction Returns This October to Bring Nightmares to Life

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It's the season to face your fears and embrace some scares, and for years, the Blood Manor haunted house in New York City has been a hub of horror of the highest order. Beginning October 6th, you can re-enter the living nightmares of the attraction when its doors ominously open once again, inviting you to meet Dr. Shock and a few of his frightening friends...

Press Release: New York, NY – (September 25, 2017) --In 2017, Blood Manor, NYC’S Premier Haunted House Attraction, located at 163 Varick Street in lower Manhattan’s Hudson Square District, continues the tradition of Terror to NYC’S Halloween Season! Blood Manor will also be appearing at Nycb Live, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum at 1255 Hempstead Turnpike, Uniondale, NY. All dates and times can be seen at bloodmanor.com and nycblive.com.

The residents of Blood Manor have returned and are thirsting for the Aroma Of Fear! »

- Derek Anderson

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Photos & Preview Videos from Fear The Walking Dead Episode 3.13

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Remember when Rick Grimes was stuck in a tank with a living dead horde surrounding him? Nick and another familiar face find themselves in a similar predicament in the preview video for next week's episode of Fear The Walking Dead, although it's unclear if they'll have their own Glenn-esque guardian angel to bail them out.

Fear The Walking Dead Episode 3.13 will air on AMC on Sunday, October 1st at 9:00pm Et. What did you think of the latest episode? Let us know in the comments below!

Fear The Walking Dead Episode 3.13 – "This Land is Your Land": "Alicia is thrust into a position of leadership where she's forced to make life-changing decisions."

In the second half of “Fear the Walking Dead” season three, the Clarks and Ottos have secured an uneasy truce with the Nation. Former enemies must find a way to survive together. Tension mounts at Broke Jaw »

- Derek Anderson

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Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: Brawl In Cell Block 99 Repeatedly Punched its Way into My Action-Loving Heart

24 September 2017 6:21 PM, PDT

When we meet Bradley Thomas (Vince Vaughn) in Brawl in Cell Block 99, things could not be worse for our protagonist. A former boxer who has struggled to turn his life around by making an honest living has just lost his job due to the economy, and as he makes his way home early to lick his wounds, he discovers that his wife, Lauren (Jennifer Carpenter), has been having an affair. Not content with the direction his life is headed, Bradley decides to go back to being a drug runner for his dealer pal, Gil (Marc Blucas), but things go south after a pick-up goes badly, and Mr. Thomas finds himself being incarcerated for his crimes after he refuses to snitch on his boss.

All this seems like a rather run-of-the-mill set-up for a grungy revenge-fueled actioner, but what follows in Cb 99 is anything but predictable, as writer/director S. Craig Zahler »

- Heather Wixson

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Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: Rabbit Confidently Subverts Expectations at Every Turn

24 September 2017 6:05 PM, PDT

As a longtime fan of Australian cinema, I will be the first to admit that as I watched the opening scene of Luke Shanahan’s Rabbit, I thought I could put my finger precisely on the type of cinematic experience that was coming my way. And boy, was I wrong. My favorite types of films are the ones that keep me guessing, or give me something I haven’t seen before, and Rabbit delivers that in spades. Much more than just a psychological horror movie, Shanahan’s latest is a beautiful celebration of Euro cinema from the ’70s, yet it still feels wholly steeped in this twisted modern reality where nothing is as it seems, and the horrors awaiting viewers go much deeper than just jump scares and gore.

With its booming opening credits and a hauntingly effective score drenched in gravitas, Rabbit immediately sets out to rattle those watching, »

- Heather Wixson

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