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Ok, so let me get this out of the way immediately as it's no secret ... the Resident Evil live action films have kind of sucked. We love Milla and all, but come on! Where's all the zombie action we've been craving? Sony Pictures is hoping to give fans exactly what they've been missing with the upcoming CGI animated feature Resident Evil: Degeneration, and I gotta say that things look promising!
This December 30th one of the more bizarre titles flirting with our genre, Mark & Jay Duplass’ Baghead (review), will finally be coming to DVD thanks to Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. If you’ve not heard much about the title, I’m not surprised; I’ve been trying to figure out if it belongs on Dread since it started its festival run.
It’s about time you all get to see All the Boys Love Mandy Lane here in the States, just so you can finally understand how overhyped it really is. I don’t hate it on the level that The Foywonder does, but I will agree it’s nothing terribly special. You’ll be able to see for yourself soon, as it’s one of three horror titles in a new deal Sony signed at this year’s AFM according to Screen Daily.
"Wolf" dropped us a note today that says Game Trailers snatched up the newest promo piece for Sony Picture's upcoming Resident Evil: Degeneration, which was shown at this year's Tokyo Game Show. Check out the trailer below and click here for rest of our coverage on the movie.
In a move that has started to heal the anguish Paul W.S. Anderson left with all his Resident Evil silliness, Capcom and Sony Home Entertainment are making it all better by giving us a true RE movie! Degeneration reunites Claire and Leon in a battle against more t-virus infected deadies inside an airport.
We last told you about Adam Mason’s The Devil’s Chair (review) when the DVD date for the flick was finally revealed to be October 7th, 2008. Today we were provided a slew of stills from the incredibly gory flick to whet your appetite even further!
Sony Home Entertainment just released the full specs and cover art for Adam (The Broken) Mason’s second feature, The Devil’s Chair (review).