Zombie Snowman Featured in New Installment of Jeff Fuller’s Living Dead Comic Strip ZOMICS

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 04:51 PM PST

In the living dead apocalypse, not every snowman has a "jolly, happy soul." Since the first panels premiered on Daily Dead during Comic-Con, we've been excited to showcase artist Jeff Fuller's living dead comic strip Zomics, which finds the macabre humor in the everyday horrors of a zombie apocalypse. We release a new installment of Zomics every Thursday, and we're excited to share another panel with Daily Dead readers today!

This week's Zomics is a reminder that when the living dead roam the winter wonderlands, you can get really creative when you build a snowman... as long as you aren't afraid of being bit by your own creation!

In case you missed Fuller's previous Zomics panels, you can check out all of them in the gallery below, and stay tuned to Daily Dead next Thursday for another installment!

Influenced by Dr. Seuss and The Addams Family creator Charles Addams, Fuller has worked as an award-winning art director for nearly a quarter of a century, garnering multiple Emmy and BDA awards. He turned his artistic talents to zombies when he started thinking about the comedic qualities that would live on in a zombified world:

"The origin of Zomics: While camping with my wife and kids we stared discussing what life would be like if there really were zombies. We decided that it would be a little scary, a little gross and a lot of funny. This was the birth of the single panel zombie comic strip, or ZOMICS for short."

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Posted: 18 Jan 2018 03:17 PM PST

Besides releasing a number of our favorite classic horror films and the occasional cult oddity, the good folks at Scream Factory are also releasing a number of contemporary horror films and giving them a home on Blu-ray. Here's a look at three of their recent efforts:

Ten years after it was slated for release, The Poughkeepsie Tapes is finally available on Blu-ray thanks to Scream Factory. Would that it had remained buried. A found-footage "documentary"-style horror film, it chronicles a serial killer who has videotaped all of his crimes. The film is pieced together through interviews with people familiar with the case, as well as footage taken by the killer himself. Imagine the video camera scene from Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, only stretched to feature length and repellant for totally different reasons.

The sequence in Henry works because the film has earned that moment and because director John McNaughton is a gifted filmmaker with a point of view on the awfulness that transpires in that movie. Unfortunately, the Dowdle brothers do not. This is the work of filmmakers who fill a movie with transgressive images because they think it's "edgy," but which lack any kind of soul, meaning they do not earn the horrors they put on screen. There comes a certain responsibility with doing the kinds of things The Poughkeepsie Tapes tries to do, but the movie shirks that responsibility at every turn. It's just gross.

Some of this could be overlooked if The Poughkeepsie Tapes was at least well made, but it's not. I do not fault the Dowdles for this, as the movie was one of their first and they're clearly trying something somewhat ambitious despite still being green. At the same time, there's nothing convincing about any of the performances (save, perhaps, for Stacy Chbosky as one of the main victims), and every choice the filmmakers make to disguise The Poughkeepsie Tapes as something "real" only highlight its artificiality. Nowhere is this truer than in the killer's own footage, which has been digitally distorted in an attempt to make it seem creepier. Instead, it just comes off as another empty attempt at being edgy—the dressing of something disturbing with nothing underneath.

Truth be told, the story behind the release of The Poughkeepsie Tapes is more compelling than the movie itself. That's why it's good news that Scream Factory has included a nearly 30-minute interview with the Dowdles, who discuss how the movie came together and just what happened in those 10 years between when it was made and when it was finally made widely available. Also interviewed is Stacy Chbosky, who has a major role in the film and is married to the director. She talks about how she came to get the part (it's not because of her relationship to one of the Dowdles) and her experience making the movie. A trailer is also included.

The Poughkeepsie Tapes Movie Score: 1/5, Disc Score: 2.5/5


Faring considerably better in terms of contemporary horror is last year's Jackals, a film picked up by the distribution end of Scream Factory and released under the company's own label. Directed by Kevin Greutert (Saw VI) and written by Jared Rivet, Jackals finds Stephen Dorff playing a cult deprogrammer who kidnaps a man to bring him back to his family—including his wife and new baby—and get him out of the cult for good. Unfortunately, the cult members aren't willing to let him go so easily and arrive at the family home to bring him back… by any means necessary.

While the "home invasion" subgenre is one of my least favorite in horror—not because it's bad, per se, but because it touches me in a way I find almost too unpleasant—there is something to be said about the primal fears that these types of films exploit. Jackals is one such movie. Rivet's screenplay strips down most of the plot to a basic premise: a "family" on the outside wants something from the family on the inside. It's a dynamic we recognize from movies like Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes and the great survivalist horror of the 1970s, updated here with echoes of contemporary home invasion films like The Strangers and The Purge. That's not to say Jackals is imitating any of those films—the script has existed for years, having begun life as a Tobe Hooper movie—but rather that there are visual and stylistic cues that give Jackals the look of a modern horror movie but the feel of something old school and gritty. It's an effective combination.

And though Jackals is a good deal more bleak, humorless, and brutal than I traditionally like my horror, there's no denying that it does those things very well. It's a movie with the ability to surprise, up to and including who lives and who dies and in what order. Like many of the best indie horror movies being made these days, there's nothing about Jackals that feels safe. Sometimes, that's just what the genre needs.

Scream Factory's Blu-ray of Jackals includes a nice-looking high-def 1080p transfer that does right by the movie's dark photography, seeing as much of it takes place at night and in fairly low light. There's a lengthy making-of featurette that includes interviews with most of the major participants, as well as a chatty and informative commentary track with director Greutert and screenwriter Rivet. Two trailers are also included.

Jackals Movie Score: 3.5/5, Disc Score: 3/5


Finally, there's The Devil's Candy, an IFC Midnight title brought to Blu-ray by Scream Factory and director Sean Byrne's long-awaited follow-up to the great The Loved Ones from several years back. Ethan Embry turns in what might be a career-best performance as an artist who moves into a new house with his wife and teenage daughter, only to find themselves the target of a disturbed man (Pruitt Taylor Vince) who hears voices and plays metal guitar. Judging by the voices that Embry is starting to hear, maybe they're being targeted by something even more sinister.

Clocking in at a tight 80 minutes, The Devil's Candy is another strong example of the modern indie horror scene and one of the best heavy metal horror movies of the last 30 years. On the one side, there's Ethan Embry's metalhead: passionate artist, loving husband, cool dad, and all-around good person. He's who metal fans really are. On the other side is Pruitt Taylor Vince, who plays his music too loud and hears voices telling him to kill. He's who the moral majority has always feared metal fans to be. I would say their showdown is central to The Devil's Candy, but the film is actually a really beautiful story about the love between a father and a daughter. That it happens to involve murder, loud guitar, and a great deal of fire only makes it that much better for us genre fans.

The HD transfer on Scream Factory's Blu-ray looks generally decent, while sometimes betraying the movie's digital roots. The audio fares better, as this is a movie that makes the most of its sound design. Byrne sits down for a solo commentary and goes over the background of making the film, but pairing him with another speaker may have helped move some of the discussion along or given him someone to bounce off of. There's a brief featurette on the movie's effects, a music video for the Goya song "Blackfire" set to clips from the film, an art gallery of the paintings done by Embry's character, a collection of trailers, and, best of all, Sean Byrne's 2007 short film, "Advantage Satan." It's a good collection of extras that creatively highlight different aspects of the movie.

The Devil's Candy Movie Score: 3/5, Disc Score: 3.5/5


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Review: If Loving MOM AND DAD is Wrong, This Writer Doesn’t Want to Be Right

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 01:48 PM PST

As someone who revels in the unabashed ridiculousness and wrongness of the Crank films, Mom and Dad was just the kind of anarchic cinema I was hoping to experience from writer/director Brian Taylor (who helmed the aforementioned Crank films alongside Mark Neveldine). A mix of survival/pandemic horror with a steady flow of pitch-black comedy coursing through its wonderfully nasty veins, Mom and Dad is just the right amount of wrong for this writer, and I enjoyed that Taylor—as expected—doesn't pull any punches with his latest over-the-top endeavor.

In Mom and Dad, we meet struggling parents Brent (Nicolas Cage) and Kendall (Selma Blair), who are having difficulties in their marriage, as the stresses of creating two children (Anne Winters, Zackary Arthur) and all the responsibilities that come along with parenthood have seemed to rob the couple's very existences of any kind of joy. Amidst their everyday familial conflicts that tug on the ties that bind them, another threat looms over the Ryan family: a viral outbreak that causes parents to have the urge to kill their offspring (and only their offspring), leaving Brent and Kendall's kids on the run, desperate to survive their mom and dad's murderous wrath, in Taylor's bitter family feud to the death.

When you're making a film centered on the concept of violently killing kids—and boy, do I mean violently in terms of what you see here—there is such a delicate line that you have to walk as a storyteller, because to many, the very notion itself is offensive (even if I don't personally see things the same way, I still get why some folks might feel otherwise). But Taylor thankfully infuses Mom and Dad with enough of his own twisted brand of humor to balance out the film's sometimes cruel and relentless nature in which no one is safe, even Cage and Blair, who end up with their own set of parental problems during the final act of Mom and Dad.

And while Taylor's definitely giving his horror hybrid a bit of a satirical spin, that doesn't mean certain deaths are any less horrifying or emotionally effective in Mom and Dad. There's a scene in a hospital delivery room that downright chilled me to my bones (as you can probably guesstimate, based on the concept and the locale, it's all sorts of effed up), and watching a horde of parents stampede towards their unsuspecting children, who are just mere moments from literally being ripped apart, was truly unsettling even to someone who isn't a parent.

Taylor's trademark hyper-frenetic directorial energy is fully on display throughout Mom and Dad, as his cuts and camera movements pick up speed whenever the story's action intensifies. As far as performances go, I really enjoyed both Blair and Cage, who both seem to enjoy digging into the relatable plights of their parental characters. For a good portion of the film, Blair remains unaffected by the mayhem around her, but once her switch gets flipped, we get to see an entirely different side of the usually level-headed Kendall, and it's a highly enjoyable turn. Cage, of course, leans into the craziness of Mom and Dad's concept, but I appreciated the more character-driven aspects of his performance, especially a scene involving Brent coming to terms with the life he's been forced to give up in order to be the man he needs to be for his family. Good stuff all around.

I'm keenly aware that Mom and Dad isn't going to be for everyone, but as someone who relishes cinematic chaos and filmmakers who aren't afraid to embrace the darker aspects of humanity, I had an absolute blast with Taylor's edgy efforts here. It would make for a killer double feature with Joe Lynch's Mayhem (or even make it a triple feature and throw in 2007's The Signal for good measure), and for my fellow Crank fans out there, this is as good a time as any to remind you that Taylor's insanely brilliant series Happy! is currently running on Syfy, and is so worth your time as well.

Movie Score: 4/5

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Eerie Cover Art Revealed for New Stephen King Novel THE OUTSIDER

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 11:58 AM PST

Are you craving more King after reading Sleeping Beauties? If so, you'll want to circle "May 22nd" on your calendar, the date the next Stephen King book, The Outsider, hits bookshelves. While the synopsis was recently revealed, EW has now released the official cover art for the new novel that will bring readers to Flint City, where a horrifying crime has been committed, and the worst things might be those yet to come...

You can view the cover for The Outsider below (via EW), and to learn more about the upcoming hardcover and eBook release, visit Amazon and StephenKing.com. Will you be adding The Outsider to your to-read list this summer?

Outsider synopsis (via StephenKing.com): "An unspeakable crime. A confounding investigation. At a time when the King brand has never been stronger, he has delivered one of his most unsettling and compulsively readable stories.

An eleven-year-old boy's violated corpse is found in a town park. Eyewitnesses and fingerprints point unmistakably to one of Flint City's most popular citizens. He is Terry Maitland, Little League coach, English teacher, husband, and father of two girls. Detective Ralph Anderson, whose son Maitland once coached, orders a quick and very public arrest. Maitland has an alibi, but Anderson and the district attorney soon add DNA evidence to go with the fingerprints and witnesses. Their case seems ironclad.

As the investigation expands and horrifying answers begin to emerge, King's propulsive story kicks into high gear, generating strong tension and almost unbearable suspense. Terry Maitland seems like a nice guy, but is he wearing another face? When the answer comes, it will shock you as only Stephen King can."

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ASH VS EVIL DEAD Season 3 Official Trailer Features Evil Forces Hunting Ash’s Daughter

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 11:28 AM PST

At the end of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 2, it may have seemed like Ash had ultimately prevailed in the battle against evil, but it doesn't take long for his chainsaw to get stained with blood again in the official trailer for the STARZ series' third season.

Bruce Campbell returns as Deadite slayer Ash in the third season, executive producing alongside Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi. Also reprising their roles from the first two seasons are Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, and Dana DeLorenzo, with Arielle Carver O'Neill joining the season 3 cast as high schooler Brandy Barr, the long-lost daughter of Ash.

Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on the third season, watch the new trailer below, and check here for our previous coverage of season 3.

"Ash is back, baby! Get ready to face evil when Season 3 of Ash vs Evil Dead premieres February 25 on STARZ.

The third season finds Ash, having gone from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero, discovering that he has a long lost daughter who's been entrusted in his care. When Kelly witnesses a televised massacre with Ruby's fingerprints all over it, she returns with a new friend to warn Ash and Pablo that evil isn't done with them yet. Blood is thicker than water in the battle of good vs Evil Dead."

Poster via ComingSoon.net:

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Watch the Trailer for HEATHERS TV Series Reboot

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 10:42 AM PST

The halls of high school get hostile in the trailer for Paramount Network's new dark comedy anthology series Heathers, based on Michael Lehmann's 1980s movie of the same name.

In addition to the new cast members, you may notice that the trailer includes a look at Shannen Doherty, who played Heather Duke in the original Heathers film. It's not officially confirmed if Shannen will be reprising the role in the series or playing a new character, but we'll keep you posted on further details as they are revealed.

"Heathers, based on the killer cult classic, premieres March 7th on the Paramount Network.

Starring Grace Victoria Cox as Veronica Sawyer, James Scully as JD, Melanie Field as Heather Chandler, Brendan Scannell as Heather Duke, and Jasmine Mathews as Heather McNamara.

Heathers is an hour-long pitch-black comedy anthology set in the present day, based on the 1988 cult classic film of the same name. The much-anticipated reboot perfectly blends drama, love, rivalry, and comedy into a modern-day masterpiece."

Red band trailer:

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Alicia Vikander is Lara Croft in New Trailer for TOMB RAIDER

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 10:23 AM PST

Alicia Vikander brings Lara Croft back to the big screen in the latest trailer for the new Tomb Raider movie.

Tomb Raider is slated to come out on March 16th, 2018 from Warner Bros. Pictures. This will mark the third film adaptation of the Tomb Raider video game franchise, following 2001's Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and 2003's Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life, both of which starred Angelina Jolie as the title character. The new movie will serve as an origin story for Lara Croft, who first graced screens in Eidos Interactive's 1996 video game Tomb Raider.

Horror and thriller fans may be interested to know that the new Tomb Raider movie is directed by Roar Uthaug, who helmed the 2006 slasher film Cold Prey and the 2015 environmental thriller The Wave.

"Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared.

From Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Tomb Raider is the story that will set a young and resolute Lara Croft on a path toward becoming a global hero. The film stars Oscar winner Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina, The Danish Girl) in the lead role, under the direction of Roar Uthaug (The Wave), with Oscar-winner Graham King (The Departed) producing under his GK Films banner. The film's production begins on the heels of the 20th anniversary of the wildly popular videogame franchise from Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal.

Tomb Raider also stars Dominic West (Money Monster, 300), Walton Goggins (The Hateful Eight, Django Unchained) and Daniel Wu (AMC¹s Into the Badlands)."

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Blossoming Romance Awakens Spooky Spirits in Official Trailer for THE HOUSEMAID

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 10:06 AM PST

Forbidden love gets the supernatural attention of the vengeance-hungry dead in the official trailer for The Housemaid.

Directed by Derek Nguyen, The Housemaid stars Kate Nhung, Jean-Michel Richaud, Kim Xuan, Svitlana Kovalenko, and Rosie Fellner. IFC Midnight will release The Housemaid in select theaters and on VOD and digital platforms beginning February 16th.

Synopsis: "A forbidden passion awakens vengeful spirits within a haunted mansion in this bloodcurdling, erotic tour-de-force. Vietnam, 1953: Linh (Nhung Kate), a poor, orphaned young woman, finds employment as a housemaid in a crumbling rubber plantation presided over by the emotionally fragile French officer Sebastien Laurent (Jean-Michel Richaud). Soon, a torrid love affair develops between the two – a taboo romance that rouses the ghost of Laurent's dead wife, who won't rest until blood flows. Submerged in moody Gothic atmosphere, this stylish supernatural saga confronts the dark shadows of Vietnam's colonial past while delivering heart-stopping scares."

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Posted: 18 Jan 2018 09:37 AM PST

Set nine years after the battle at the Breach and one year prior to the events of the new movie Pacific Rim Uprising, the new comic book series Pacific Rim Aftermath kicked off this week with its first issue focused on Jake Pentecost, the son of war hero Stacker:

Press Release: LOS ANGELES, January 17, 2018 – As the excitement builds for the premiere of Legendary and Universal Pictures' Pacific Rim Uprising, in theaters March 23rd, fans will get an early glimpse at this captivating action universe once again in a new comic series entitled Pacific Rim Aftermath, launching in comic stores and online today from Legendary Comics. Building off the global success of 2013's Pacific Rim, this new comic series delves into what happened after Stacker Pentecost and the heroes of the PPDC "canceled the apocalypse."

Pacific Rim Aftermath is a six-part comic book prologue set nine years after the original 2013 Pacific Rim film — and one year before the upcoming film. The Aftermath series follows Jake as he searches for the truth behind the death of his father, Stacker Pentecost, and introduces Griffin, a former Jaeger pilot who now works as an enforcer for a corrupt mob boss, as well as a mysterious criminal figure called the Mech Czar, who rules the underworld with a steel fist. With an emotionally charged narrative that paves the way for what is ahead in the new film, fans will discover new revelations that point to the future of the Pacific Rimuniverse.

The series was penned by comics writer Cavan Scott (Star Wars: Adventures, Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension), with art by Richard Elson (The Amazing Spiderman: Dying Wish, Wolverine: Savage). Aftermath's storyline also benefitted from special collaborations with Steven S. DeKnight, the writer and director of Pacific Rim Uprising as well as the film's star and producer John Boyega (Star Wars: The Last Jedi).

"I'm a huge comics fan, so having the chance to collaborate with the talented artist and writers on this series has been a rewarding one. The art and the storyline are top notch, expanding upon my character Jake Pentecost in a way that seamlessly connects the dots between the first film and Uprising. There's action, story, heart and a few big surprises I can't wait for you to experience." stated Boyega.

Pacific Rim Uprising writer / director Steven S. DeKnight shares that excitement to get the new series in fans' hands, "The Pacific Rim universe is so epic in scale, it's only fitting that we expand the story of Pacific Rim Uprising with this whole new storyline. Working on the new film has been a labor of love, and as a comic book fan myself I can't think of a better way to set the stage for the new film." 

The first issue of Pacific Rim Aftermath is now available in stores and online TODAY.


About Legendary Comics:

Legendary Comics was born out of a passion for mythic entertainment, seeking out new talent and working with the best and the brightest in the industry to create transportive worlds, inspirational characters, and spectacular adventures that leap off the page.  Founded in 2011, Legendary Comics has produced an exciting catalogue of original titles that continues to grow and evolve. From partnerships with industry legend Frank Miller to Grant Morrison's Eisner-nominated Annihilator, Legendary Comics has a passion for innovative new stories, including Marc Guggenheim's The Adventures of Jonas Quantum, the fantasy action series A Town Called Dragon, and Jessica Chobot and Erika Lewis' hit web series,Firebrand: The Initiation of Natali Pressano. In addition to original titles, Legendary Comics also expands the scope of the cinematic universes of its parent company Legendary Entertainment, by bringing big-screen adventure exploding onto the comic book page. Working with the visionary filmmakers and the architects of Legendary's Monsterverse, they have delivered the level of quality and authenticity our fans demand with best-sellers such asGodzilla: Awakening and Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero, and Skull Island: The Birth of Kong, to name a few.


About Legendary Entertainment

Legendary Entertainment is a leading media company with film (Legendary Pictures), television and digital (Legendary Television and Digital Media) and comics (Legendary Comics) divisions dedicated to owning, producing and delivering content to worldwide audiences. Legendary has built a library of marquee media properties and has established itself as a trusted brand which consistently delivers high-quality, commercial entertainment including some of the world's most popular intellectual property. In aggregate, Legendary Pictures-associated productions have realized grosses of more than $14 billion worldwide at the box office. To learn more visit: www.legendary.com

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THE STRANGERS Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Special Features Include New Interviews with the Cast & Crew

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 08:31 AM PST

"Because you were home." Those four words have a chilling meaning for those who have seen Bryan Bertino's The Strangers, and with a new Strangers film coming out this March, Scream Factory pays tribute to where it all started with a Collector's Edition Blu-ray of The Strangers (featuring new HD masters of both the theatrical and unrated cuts) that is packed with bonus features, including new interviews with the cast and crew behind the creepy home invasion film:

Press Release: Los Angeles, CA – Scream Factory has announced the March 6 Blu-ray release of The Strangers [Collector's Edition]. Bonus features include new HD masters derived from the 2K digital intermediate for both the theatrical and unrated versions, interviews with the cast and crew, new interviews with writer/director Bryan Bertino, actors Kip Weeks and Laura Margolis, editor Kevin Greutert, as well as deleted scenes, TV spots, the theatrical trailer, and still gallery.

Explore your worst fears with this shocking suspense thriller inspired by disturbing true events. After a 4 a.m. knock at the door and a haunting voice, Kristen McKay (Liv Tyler, The Leftovers) and James Hoyt (Scott Speedman, Underworld) find that their remote getaway becomes a night of psychological terror as three masked strangers invade. Faced with inscrutable tormentors, Kristen and James must go beyond what they think they're able to endure if they have any hope to survive.

Special Features:

Disc One:

  • NEW HD master of the theatrical cut taken from the 2K digital intermediate
  • The Element of Terror – interviews with the cast and crew
  • Strangers at the Door – interviews with writer/director Bryan Bertino and the cast
  • Deleted Scenes
  • TV Spots
  • Theatrical Trailer

Disc Two:

  • NEW HD master of the unrated cut taken from the 2K digital intermediate
  • NEW Defining Moments – an interview with writer/director Bryan Bertino
  • NEW All the Right Moves – an interview with actor Kip Weeks (Man in the Mask)
  • NEW Brains and Brawn – an interview with actress Laura Margolis (Pin Up Girl)
  • NEW Deep Cuts - an interview with editor Kevin Greutert
  • Still Gallery

Shout! Factory, LLC is a diversified multi-platform media company devoted to producing, uncovering, preserving and revitalizing the very best of pop culture. Founders Richard Foos, Bob Emmer and Garson Foos have spent their entire careers sharing their music, television and film favorites with discerning consumers the world over. Shout! Factory's entertainment offerings serve up feature films, classic and contemporary TV series, animation, live music and comedy specials. In addition, Shout! Factory maintains a vast entertainment distribution network which delivers culturally relevant programming, movie and audio content to all the leading digital service providers in North America and across multiple platforms. Shout! Factory owns and operates Shout! Factory Productions, Scream Factory, Shout! Factory Kids, Shout! Factory Films, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Timeless Media Group and Shout! Factory TV. These riches are the result of a creative acquisition mandate that has established the company as a hotbed of cultural preservation and commercial reinvention. Shout! Factory is based in Los Angeles, California. For more on Shout! Factory, visit shoutfactory.com.

Theatrical trailer:

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