Already boasting a stable of artists that makes other studios green with envy, Gang of Seven Animation (aka G-7 Animation for those of you in the know) will now have a serious pile of scratch to go along with their impressive roster, thanks to a partnership with the Chinese government.
Blade is set to make his anime debut, and to get you ready for all of the hopefully bloody vampire killing action, we have your first look at the flick's opening credits sequence. The new Blade anime tale is directed by Yuki Hikaru Hara Masu, whose cast includes: Blade: Ootsuka Akio Makoto: Maaya Sakamoto Deacon Frost: Isobe Tsutomu Noah Van Helsing: Osamu Osaka
In the Carpathian mountains...cool wind in my hair. Cold smell of the corpses...rising up through the air. There's a head in the distance...face frozen with fright. Sorry...couldn't resist, but either way there's plenty of room at the Hotel Transylvania, that is unless you plan to lend your voice to the OG Fangface himself.
Here at Dread Central we believe that children are the future and teach them well and all that jazz. That's why we're big supporters of getting your kids started off right by having them cut their teeth on some really cool animated horror! Case in point ... The Living Corpse!
The movie trailer has become an art form unto itself. No longer just a simple marketing tool, movie trailers are introductions, shouted from a soapbox, that a particular film has arrived. And as fans we devour them.
Kids need horror, too. I mean, how else will they officially blossom into full-blown gorehounds if they don't cut their teeth on something from an early age? Speaking of teeth ...
While the last film sucked and the TV series was good though short-lived, thanks to Japan we haven't seen the last of Blade as he's returning to the Far East in anime form. Below you'll find the first trailer for the new Blade anime tale directed by Yuki Hikaru Hara Masu, whose cast includes: Blade: Ootsuka Akio Makoto: Maaya Sakamoto Deacon Frost: Isobe Tsutomu
Of all the Saturday morning cartoons from my earliest youth I never thought would see the light of day on DVD, Drak Pack is very near the top of that list. Yet, here comes the animated superheroic antics of a vampire, Frankenstein’s monster, and a werewolf flying around in an amphibious car called The Drakster to DVD.
The sick, sick mind who brought us City of Rott (review here) and Dead Fury (review here) is back with another tale full of animated spine-splitting mayhem, and you can download and watch it RIGHT NOW!
I always loved everything involving monsters as a kid. That's probably part of the reason "Masters of the Universe" and "Inhumanoids" still hold a special place in my heart. There's a good chance that if I hadn't been too old for kiddy toy toons by the time "Monster Force" came along in 1994 I'd have been a big fan of it too.