So how do you kick off your work week? If you're anything like us, you do it by scouring for horror news you may have missed over the weekend, putting away your polyester leisure suit until Friday, oh, and looking for stuff to do on Facebook while nobody's lookin'! Speaking of which ...
With an October release date rock solid, AMC is releasing all sorts of goodies for Frank Darabont's small screen adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead. To go along with yesterday's zombie images, we now get an inside look at one shambler's various stages of decay. Hell, yes!
We've been talking about George A. Romero's new photo zombie maker The APP of the DEAD for a few weeks now, and finally it is available on iTunes for purchase! To celebrate its release, I decided to screw around with it for a bit, and you know what? I'm pretty impressed! Check it out!
Star Alan Tudyk is making quite the career for himself by battling supernatural baddies of all varieties in the name of comedy. Last seen in Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, his next flick has him duking it out for laughs with the militarized undead. Get ready to join the First Platoon!
So you haven't had a chance to watch George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead, which is playing now on VOD, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3 and in select theatres? Not to worry. As we reported earlier, August 24th is the date you'll be able to own the flick on DVD and Blu-ray, and we've got a bit of artwork for you to boot.
Yoshihiro Nishimura, the director of such cinematic insanities as Mutant Girls Squad and Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, just started filming his latest feature Hell Driver, or Nihon bundan: Heru doraibâ for those purists out there who like their titles nice and long, and we've got your first look.
Continuing their love affair with all things horror (we totally approve, by the way) the cats over at the "Cinema Cool Show" recently sat down with the maestro himself, George A. Romero, to talk his special brand of zombie flicks starting from Night of the Living Dead all the way up to his latest release, Survival of the Dead.
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Written by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith, Tony Lee Art by Cliff Richards
If there is one man who created an entire subgenre for horror fans, it is the legendary George A. Romero. Once his zombies started shambling onto the screen, all the rules of the living dead changed.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and as long as the undead are involved, we'll feel fine! Just got our hands on some exclusive new stills from the latest release from Black and Blue Films, The Devil's Playground, and we're happy to say that this end of days opus will be sporting some good old fashioned zombie carnage laced in with the myriad of horrors awaiting our survivors at every turn.
CONTEST CLOSED! Win a PS3 Slim Signed by George A. Romero and Watch Survival of the Dead on the Playstation Network!
Ready for a contest so cool it will make even the coldest of cadavers start twitching? Listen up, kids! Shake off that nasty rigor mortis and get set because we have your chance to win a PLAYSTATION 3 SLIM signed by the master himself, George A. Romero, so you can watch his latest zombie epic Survival of the Dead on the Playstation Network before it arrives in theaters May 28th!
More new stills have shambled forth from the new African zombie flick The Dead from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford, which is now making the rounds at Cannes, and we are convinced that all we want for Christmas is this movie here. Now. Somewhere Lucio Fulci is smiling from ear-to-ear!
As we told you a few days ago, Reverb Games is gearing up to release George A. Romero's App of the Dead, and now comes word the game already has a new website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed.
Let's face it, man. The zombie apocalypse -- does it really seem that far off? Mark my words, it is going to start as a result of all this friggin' hand sanitizer usage. We are all for staying germ free, but dudes, we're killing off germs that we're supposed to build up a natural immunity to. All that we're doing is sketching out the blueprint for super germs to come and wipe us off the map via the living dead!