I'm really starting to wonder about Amazon's system for categorizing movies. Left out of their "horror" DVD offerings for week of April 27th were The Descent Part 2, Mega Piranha, and the newest Tales from the Darkside collection (Season 3). Huh? In any event, they are indeed being released on home video this week, along with a big batch of flicks most of us around the Dread Central offices are not too familiar with.
Lucky folks attending Capcom's annual media event Captivate in Hawaii were just treated to the unveiling of a brand new trailer for the zombie-laden mega opus Dead Rising 2. Thankfully news travels at the speed of light nowadays, and we have the trailer for you right here, right now in its entirety.
It's been a long road for the big screen adaptation of the best selling Max Brooks novel World War Z, but finally there's a little bit of movement to speak of. Not much, mind you, but at least we know that the ball is still rolling.
The popularity of the Nazi zombie is a bit of an enigma, probably because it's like having two ultimate bad guys rolled into one mean, murderous package. Ain't nothing wrong with that!
Another new bit of clip related goodness and a brand new website for the Xavier Gens-produced flick by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, The Horde, appeared online today; and as always we've got the goods for you to dig on.
Having been a zombie in George A. Romero's latest flick, Survival of the Dead, there's one thing that I can tell you for a fact ... running with a pack of flesh-eaters is a damned good time! If you're in the Southern California area, you'll be able to find out just how much fun it can be.
What happens when you mix the zombie comedy mayhem of Shaun of the Dead with the teenage wonder years of "Friday Night Lights"? You get a movie with a football team on the prowl to score a bite out of your ass along with their touchdown. Are you ready to Play Dead?
Two of our favorite things -- monsters and zombies -- together in one flick? Where do we sign up!?!? John David Vincent and Philrose Productions' new flick Mind Rip is on the way, and we've got a host of stuff for you to peruse to get yourselves set!
One project we're keeping a very close eye on is Frank Darabont's adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead. If ever there was a comic that warranted some form of screen adaptation, this is no doubt it, and we really believe Frank is the perfect person for the job.
Anybody reading this ever drink moonshine? Let me warn you from personal experience it is some potent shit that you should be really careful with. Some batches are strong enough to raise the dead, I tell ya! Speaking of which ...
Germany’s premier action and suspense television channel, 13th Street, has a branding system that has really been turning heads, even ripping them clean off. If you are even slightly a fan of the undead, you must see what they've come up with for their stationery and related office products.
We get hundreds of e-mails per day from young filmmakers telling us about their upcoming projects and wanting us to help announce them. Truth be told, maybe about ten percent of those e-mails pan out to be something memorable or worth mentioning. But holy shit, does that ten percent look pretty friggin' sweet!
Time to add a bit of Asian flavor in zombieland! The official Japanese one-sheet for the next installment in the classic George A. Romero franchise, Survival of the Dead, is here, and we've got your order ready: one pint of brain lo mein and one quart of chest chow fun -- to go!
I don't think we've done two stories coming out of Denmark in the same day ever! Okay first the Danes get that totally badass looking Alien Anthology box set, and now Danish filmmakers have released a really nifty trailer featuring the living dead on the loose in a movie called Opstandelsen.
Did you join the crowds of people who stood in line to be among the first to own Apple's new iPad? If so, and you also happen to be a Resident Evil video game fan, you'll be happy to know that Capcom has announced Resident Evil 4: iPad Edition is now available. From the Press Release: