The folks over at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced the cast for their upcoming title Lollipop Chainsaw. We're already super excited to get our hands on the game, and the awesome staff that is being directed by filmmaker James Gunn has us more excited than ever to sit down and play this sucker.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's Lollipop Chainsaw will first hit shelves on June 15th for PS3 and Xbox 360. New information and images have just been released to get you revved up for the game! Like you needed any help to get excited, huh? Read on for all the juicy goodness.
Warner Bros. and KADOKAWA GAMES recently held a "Search for Juliet" contest. The contest had aimed to find someone who could represent Lollipop Chainsaw's main character, Juliet Starling. They found such a cosplayer — meet Jessica Nigri!
Just in time for Valentine's Day, here's a new trailer celebrating the undying love between Juliet and her headstrong boyfriend, Nick. Who knew the way to a girl's heart was severed heads and zombies?! And with a skirt that short, we bet that isn't the only way into her panties... we mean heart!
Earlier this week we learned who'll be supplying some electrifying music beats for Lollipop Chainsaw, and now we have details on the wide variety of character skins available with pre-orders of the game.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced that Jimmy Euringer of the band Mindless Self Indulgence will be supplying the electrifying music for Lollipop Chainsaw, which will be released later this year and is guaranteed to be any gamer's wet dream! Add in cheerleaders, chainsaws and zombies — definitely a party!
Every hero needs a nasty villain to bring the danger and fun to his or her tale, and the upcoming cheerleading, zombie-killing fiesta known as Lollipop Chainsaw has just unveiled theirs! Get ready to get up close and personal with Swan!
There are few things hotter in this world than the image of a strong hot chick wielding a primed piece of motorized heavy metal while dicing up the living dead. Agree? Then you'll love the official artwork for the upcoming video game Lollipop Chainsaw!
We know there are a lot of genre festivals out there these days, but there's one in particular that just popped up on our radars here at Dread Central: the Shockfest Film Festival of Hollywood, which celebrates short narratives, documentaries, and music videos that are different from the mainstream, films that move audiences (even if it means shaking them up), and of course some incredibly "shocking" flicks as well.
There are few things we're looking forward to next year more than the upcoming video game Lollipop Chainsaw. If you have to ask "why?", then you haven't been paying attention. And if that's the case, it's time to rectify that!
This past Friday night, September 23rd, the Halloween season officially kicked off in style with the 2011 Eyegore Awards held at the Globe Theater at Universal Studios in Hollywood as part of the opening night of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. Hosted by genre veteran and previous Eyegore winner Corey Feldman (who was joined on stage by a wisecracking zombie scarecrow), many of horror's biggest names came out to celebrate our favorite time of year and pay homage to several of the genre's biggest contributors and newcomers alike.
Ready for your first look at the next upcoming video game hero who can slay the undead with the best of 'em? Yeah, you know you are. We think we're in love. No, really. There's just something about a chick who knows how to use power tools...
The undead. James Gunn. Chick armed with a chainsaw. Do we really need to say another word to pique your interest? Get ready, gamers ... there's something sweetly disturbing headed your way! Read on for details. From the Press Release
Four more one-sheets for James Gunn's latest film Super (review here) have surfaced online and we have every single psychopathic pixel of them for you right here!
Undoubtedly the modern independent horror landscape would be a very different place had Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz not taken a gamble on making a horror film in the 1980s. Kaufman, seeing the potential to reach horror fans everywhere, unleashed The Toxic Avenger in 1985, and the horror world has been a very different place ever since Toxie hit the streets.