Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Bill Moseley, Corbin Bernsen, David Moscow, Patricia Tallman, Lakshmi Manchu Directed by Corbin Bernsen Genre favourite Bill Moseley heads up the cast in one of the newest entries to the zombie apocalypse DVD stable, Corbin Bernsen’s unfortunate Dead Air.
October 27th is shaping up to be one of the best Tuesdays of the year for DVD and Blu-ray aficionados what with the release of Night of the Creeps, Orphan, Fear(s) of the Dark, and The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (aka Let Sleeping Corpses Lie). Throw in over-the-top cult favorite in the making Black Devil Doll, and your shopping cart is already pretty full.
We recently posted news about the Dead Air fan poster contest, and several entries have already been submitted. This is a reminder to our more artistically inclined readers to get cracking on your own poster, and to the rest of you ... Get Voting!
Feeling artistically inclined? Have you muttered in complaint at the stagnant, over-used styles in modern day film posters? Well, now's your chance to win something and prove your artistic merit! Dead Air, starring Bill Moseley and planned to be released on October 27th, is looking for a few fans to make it a new poster.
Even though it's been awfully quiet lately, there's finally some movement on Corbin Bernsen's zombie opus Dead Air to talk about. Looks like the flick will be coming home on October 27th, and soon you'll be able to pre-order your copy along with some other goodies including a limited edition, hand-numbered mini-poster autographed by director Bernsen by hitting up the official Dead Air site here.
Attending guests of the Cannes and Fangoria film festivals will be able to attend sneak peek screenings of Corbin Bernsen's Dead Air over the coming months. Featuring genre star Bill Moseley as well as Patricia Tallman (Lyta, from Babylon 5!), the film describes the fire and chaos following a biological terrorist attack that causes infected citizens to turn on one another in a murderous rage.
One movie we're really excited about here around the Dread Central offices is Corbin Bernsen's Dead Air starring Bill Moseley. The film which has been completed for well over a year and is off to be shopped at the Cannes '09 Film Festival.
Hey, all! We just got a look at the brand spanking new poster for Corbin Bernsen’s Dead Air, the story of a shock jock (Bill Moseley) who has to deal with an outbreak of what may or may not be zombies during his radio show. Dead Air is in post as we speak, so expect to see and hear more very soon!
Logan Burnhardt is the ego-king of the airwaves, but his unflappable persona is put to the test when a terrorist bio-attack unleashes a plague of flesh-ripping maniacs on Los Angeles.
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Imagine how tough it must be to have to take month-long breaks, or longer, while shooting a movie that’s supposed to take place over the course of one night. Can you say continuity hell?
Creepy just checked in from the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors with some news that you guys’ll probably dig; Ken Yakkel (pictured), writer of the upcoming zombie flick Dead Air, just announced that his next project is a film called This is Your Death.
We’ve hit the set, talked to the principals, and been feed info about Corbin Bersen’s Dead Air for months now; finally we can see what it looks like! Reelz Channel recently got to chat with the folks behind the zombie movie, which stars Bill Moseley, David Moscow and, of course, Corbin Bersen. Check out the video below!
Who would have ever thought Corbin Bernsen would be making such a name for himself in horror? And I mean ever?
Just got a heads up from the producers of Dead Air, the Corbin Bernson-helmed horror flick about a pair of DJs trying to warn their listening audience about a zombie outbreak in LA, that the film’s official site is now online.
Just got a heads up from Dead Air writer Ken Yakkel with the good news that the first poster for the film is ready for the public eye. That’s you. And on your right? That’s the poster. Shessh, pay attention.