An ancient Egyptian curse is unleashing sand tornadoes and hurricane force winds on Las Vegas. This sounds like a mission for Agent Cody Banks! Destruction: Las Vegas is at hand, and only Frankie Muniz can save the day!
The Dog Who Saved Halloween is the third installment in the “Dog Who Saved” DVD franchise. The first was 2009’s The Dog Who Saved Christmas. That was followed last year with The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation. I assume next year’s sequel will be The Dog Who Saved Halloween Vacation.
Two more clips from Starz Media's animated companion piece to the upcoming EA video game adaptation of the classic tale Dante's Inferno came up from the depths today, and we have them for you all hellish and filled with torture.
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Oh, how we love sneak peeks! Especially when said sneak peek is for something as badass as the Dante's Inferno animated film! To arms, kids! It's time to go to Hell, and judging by the clip we just got our hands on, you may wanna pack heavy on the weapons!
Anchor Bay released the details on its upcoming animated feature adaptation of the video game Dante's Inferno, and we have all the details to walk you through every circle of hell!
While waiting for the demo of EA/Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno to drop in December, we've got a look at the trailer for the animated feature from EA/Starz Media that goes along with it.
Who doesn't love zombies? They're cute, cuddly, and full of adorable maggots that are sure to feast on your flesh once it makes it down to the pit of their rotting bellies. It's about time one cable station hosted a program detailing their rich history! Enter Starz's Zombiemania!
Looking for new and better ways to utilize your iPod? Want to take some classic horror on the road with you? Then today's your lucky day as Starz Digital Media has announced some of its content distributed on DVD by Anchor Bay Entertainment is now available on iTunes for sale and rental.
Following the multimedia model that made Dead Space such a success, Electronics Arts has once again joined with Starz and Anchor Bay to distribute an animated feature based upon the upcoming video game Dante's Inferno.
Dead Space isn’t as surprising now as it was when it was first revealed. A game coming from a creatively rejuvenated EA games, that sits amongst a slate of other promising looking, brand new ideas. It wasn’t incredibly surprising when it was first unveiled either. But you have to think back to how we used to look at EA games a couple of years back.
We first gave you guys word that EA Games and Starz Media were teaming up to make an animated prequel to Dead Space a few months back (“Dead Space Gets Animated” - March 2008). At the time specifics were sketchy at best, but finally we have a bit more to share!
First there’s going to be a Dead Space comic that Image is putting out sometime later this year. Then, according to Variety this morning, there will be a Dead Space animated feature that will pickup where the comic leaves off. Finally, the actual Dead Space videogame is due out on November 30th.