Monster movies. We just can't get enough of them, and I think Hollywood is starting to get a real sense of that as every few days another is announced. Next up ... a new creature feature from the team who brought us Dance of the Dead.
The third and final entry from G4's Epictober celebration (which we first told you about here) has arrived, and believe us when we tell you that Lynch and company have saved the best for last! Hide your pigs!
The second of the three short films from G4's Epictober celebration (which we first told you about here) has arrived, and it offers a truly insane take on one of the most beloved video game franchises ever! Check it out!
The first of the three short films from G4's Epictober celebration (which we first told you about here) that add a terrifying spin to the video game age of yesteryear is online and shooting down ducks with reckless abandon, and you can watch it right here, right now.
A few days ago we told you about the three short films Joe Lynch is putting together for G4's Epictober celebration, each helmed by a different director. Now we're pleased to present the exclusive first look at the artwork for the Gregg Bishop-directed "The Birds of Anger", which closes out the mini film festival on October 26th.
If there's anyone out there who fits the bill of overseeing a mini-film festival of three shorts blending video game premises with familiar tropes from people's favorite horror movies better than Joe Lynch, we can't think of who it might be. Which is why we're super-excited to share the news about his latest project for G4TV.com's Epictober celebration, which begins October 24th. Read on for the details!
IGN made me proud today as they posted a "restricted" trailer for Gregg Bishop's prom themed zombie picture, Dance of the Dead.
Another poster for Gregg Bishop’s upcoming teens vs. the undead flick, Dance of the Dead, showed up on IMP Awards today; and while it’s not as amusing as the last one, it certainly does heap on the praise!
Last year we brought you news of a fresh zombie film being directed by Gregg Bishop, which featured the undead feasting on teens during a homecoming dance (“The Dead Can Dance” – May 2007). The artwork for the film back then really wasn't much to look at, but today we got an eyeful.
Let’s see, we’ve had zombies at the mall (multiple times), zombies in the woods, zombies in the streets and even underwater zombies; I guess it's inevitable that zombies would eventually make their way to a homecoming dance. The living dead feasting on the flesh of teenagers? Yes, please.
I love zombie films more than I probably should. Something about the rotting flesh eating bastards just brings a huge smile to my face. Especially when the movie is done right.