Examining The Dead #19: Haunted House Attractions

This month’s edition of Examining The Dead takes a look at Haunted House Attractions. But first, a look at the news.

THE CORONER’S REPORT – News and Commentary

John Constantine returned to the DC’s CW TV Universe by appearing on Legends Of Tomorrow.

Scooby-Doo is crossing over with Supernatural for an episode titled “Scooby-Natural”.

Ash Vs. Evil Dead’s ratings slipping, allegedly due to pirating.

The effects of Carl’s Death on The Walking Dead Season 8, including Negan’s reaction.

Morgan being the crossover to Fear The Walking Dead

The future of Jadis

A Quiet Place debuted at SXSW to huge positive reaction.

Xtro getting a proper Blu-Ray release on May 28th.

More on the Friday The 13th Game changes. Part V Jason, and Single Player Mode

State Of Decay 2 released on May 22nd, and the many Easter Eggs for horror fans.


Both movies reviewed are on Netflix and/or Amazon.

First up is The Void, available on Netflix. A very John Carpenter inspired movie with dashed of David Cronenberg and HP Lovecraft.

Second up is The Haunters: The Art Of The Scare, a documentary on Haunted House attractions and the artists behind them. Some good, some bad.


Katie Dudas of The ScareHouse joins to talk the Haunted House attraction concept. Learn what might go into attractions, and what goes on during a haunt. Should there be Safe Words? And much more. If you like Haunted House attractions, you’ll want to hear this input from somebody behind the curtain.

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Trailer for the R Rated Justice League Dark Blu Ray

Batman: The Killing Joke isn’t the only R-Rated DC Animated Release. Warner Bros. have confirmed that the upcoming Justice League Dark will also carry the Restricted rating.

Below is the first trailer for the anticipated release.

Justice League Dark will star the voice talents of Jason O’Mara as Batman, Nicholas Turturro as Deadman, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, and Jerry O’Connell as Superman. Fan favorite Matt Ryan will also be reprising the role of Constantine that he played for the NBC TV Series.

Justice League Dark is set for DVD, Blu-Ray, and Digital Release in early 2017