It's been a few months since we've had any sort of update on post-apocalyptic thriller Vektor coming out of Croatia, but we've learned the film is now in post-production with a third clip available for viewing. Director, writer, actor, and musician Ivan Rogar dropped us a line with the update. The film, written by Josip Fackovic, has an anticipated release date after the second half of 2010, and its synopsis follows.
Kyle Rankin, writer and director of the post-apocalyptic horror flick Infestation, is heading back to the subgenre that afforded him some critical success with another futuristic horror project. If you’re of the mind that we don’t get enough cannibal, mutant rapists in our steady diet of horror flicks, then you’re in luck!
On Tuesday, March 16th, Viz Media's new series Dorohedoro will debut. The gritty urban sci-fi/horror saga is both written and illustrated by Q Hayashida, who is known for her bold art style and the way she seamlessly integrates alternate universes into her stories.
Director Xavier Gens, best known within the genre for Frontiere(s), is following up his harrowing little horror film (sorry, Hitman doesn't count) with a hearty slice of post-apocalyptic nuttiness that was once known as The Fallout. The title has been dropped for when it goes on sale at this month's EFM, and we've got some new art and a new synopsis for you.
You never know where the next big thing is likely to come from, but if Ivan Rogar has any say in the matter, it will be Croatia, where his post-apocalyptic thriller Vektor hails from.
Indie filmmaker Sonny Fernandez has a thing for the Apocalypse. In addition to his film The Last Battleground, in which heaven and hell have an ultimate showdown for control of the earth, he also has a new web series entitled "Down Twisted" that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by war.
One thing is for certain regarding the end of the world ... it's probably not going to be very much fun. Though it will be blissfully quiet, and for just a moment of that we'd be eternally grateful.
Now that Peter Jackson has put his Lovely Bones on display, the question beckons -- What's next for the visionary director? A return to true horror perhaps? Not just yet. It appears that Jackson is a bit more interested in hungry cities for the time being.
Looking to spread around a few germs this holiday season? Well, we've got a bit of a cooler way to do so than spitting in someone's eggnog! You can win yourself a copy of Paramount's Carriers on DVD and either keep it or infect someone else!
Paramount Vantage's latest trip into the world of the infected, Carriers (review here), hits DVD tomorrow, and to celebrate its release, we got our hands on an exclusive clip for you. Just make sure you're wearing a paper mask over your face.
TopWare Interactive announced today that it has acquired the exclusive worldwide publishing rights to Scivelation, Black Wing Foundation’s ambitious, post-Apocalyptic action game, and will release it on the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system in the third quarter of 2010.
And the prospect of the End of Days just keeps getting brighter and brighter! Another post-apocalyptic film is on the way courtesy of Black and Blue Films. But this one will be sporting some good old fashioned zombie carnage laced in with the myriad of burned out buildings.
He's taken us to the Underworld and back so it makes sense that for his next project Len Wiseman might be exploring the end of the world as we know it for 20th Century Fox.
If demons, ghosts, werewolves, zombies, or vampires don't kill us all, rest assured we'll do a fine job of doing it ourselves. Yep, a post-apocalyptic world seems right around the corner, and wouldn't you know it -- despite the world being seventy percent water, The Drought will get us!