"Shambles" is truly the operative word here, as in "state of total disorder". In Pet Sematary Jud Crandall taught us that sometimes dead is better. And while we love everything zombie here at Dread Central, in the case of this latest iPhone app, it appears as if dead is definitely better on a console.
As we told you a few days ago, the folks behind the animated web series "Xombie" (Epic Level Entertainment) have a new live-action zombie comedy series called “Bite Me”, and now we have the web series' poster and a more detailed synopsis to share.
Even though Dead Rising 2 kicked a copious amount of ass, one thing missing was the protagonist from the original game, Frank West. I mean, after all he went through at the mall, it's kind of impossible not to long for another round of zombie killing mayhem with the guy. Capcom, bless its heart, has listened and is now ready to deliver. From the Press Release:
One of the biggest contributors to the success of a video game's attempt to build atmosphere is its soundtrack, and on November 16th Sumthing Else Music Works will be releasing two of the latest such endeavors: Oleska Lozowchuk's Dead Rising 2 and GHM Sound Team's Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.
As mentioned in our story about the home video release of Resident Evil: Afterlife, included on both the Blu-ray and DVD will be a sneak peek of the upcoming CG movie Resident Evil: Damnation. Don't want to wait for December 28th to see it? Then keep reading because we've got a first look at the trailer for Damnation right here!
Missed Resident Evil: Afterlife during its theatrical run? Well, if you're good (or bad for that matter), you may just find one waiting for you in your Christmas stocking! Nothing like a quick threat for the holidays!
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Published by Capcom Developed by Blue Castle
One of the most anticipated game sequels of the year, Capcom's Dead Rising 2, will be shambling its way into homes on the PS3 and Xbox 360 later this month, and we've got a chance for you to kill all of the zombies you could ever want to ... completely on us!
One of life's greatest mysteries is the fact that no matter what, we just can't seem to get a good movie out of the Resident Evil franchise. Thus far we've been subjected to four big budget misfires and even a CG movie called Resident Evil: Degeneration that missed the boat despite coming direct from Capcom. It's insane! Can't someone please just get it right already?
The fourth film in the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil: Afterlife (review here), blasted a hole in the box office this weekend, setting a franchise record with a take of $27.7 million, the largest gross since 2007's Resident Evil: Extinction took in $23.7 million in its opening
The time has come once again! Resident Evil: Afterlife is exploding into theatres this weekend, and we have every single thing you need to gear up for this latest 3D zombie invasion right here in one gore-soaked spot!
Time for a little action with Claire Redfield! We recently sat down with Resident Evil: Afterlife star Ali Larter to get the goods on her character, the movie, and shooting in 3D!
Because the next big screen installation of Resident Evil, Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil: Afterlife, is hitting theatres this weekend in glorious 3D, we want to reflect back on what the films and the original video game series have meant to millions of fans out there.
It's Labor Day. You're home. You're relaxing. This is the perfect time to ogle some eye candy for the next film in the Resident Evil franchise, is it not? Look for the 3D Resident Evil: Afterlife in theatres September 10th. Official Synopsis: