There's nobody on the planet more excited for the release of George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead than I am. Having been on-set, in make-up, and feasting on the entrails of the living as one of this latest batch of flesheaters, I'm as hungry to get my hands on the final product as anyone! Still, the official one-sheet will do for now.
First time writer/director Joshua Hull definitely did one thing right in prepping his new horror comedy Beverly Lane: He hired Michael Bukowski to do the artwork for the film's eventual DVD release.
If you’re in the UK and, like me, love zombies, comedy, and Woody Harrelson, you officially have permission to begin the happy dance as Zombieland comes shuffling onto DVD and Blu-ray on March 15th courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
For those of you who don't know, there is a monster-sized Blu-ray of George A. Romero's Day of the Dead (story here) on its way to lucky fans in the UK that will feature an exclusive comic tie-in from badass comic maven Stef Hutchinson. Because we love you guys so damned much, we've got some preview pages for you to dig on.
A while back we turned you guys on to a trailer for the upcoming CGI animated zombie epic A.D., and as expected, flesh-eater fans everywhere began foaming at the mouth in anticipation. Now, just a couple of weeks later, a video interview with the A.D. crew has surfaced that will no doubt make you long to become zombie bait!
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On February 11th Capcom announced at X10 that Dead Rising 2’s release date is August 31st in North America with Japanese and European release dates to follow shortly after. Capcom also revealed that Xbox 360 gamers will see exclusive downloadable content, titled Dead Rising: FIRST CASE, which bridges the gap between the first and second games.
As far as we're concerned, you can never have too many zombies movies. Except of course for the really low-budget ones where the dead consist of nothing more than people in pale make-up who've been splashed with stage blood. Yeah, you can keep those, thanks.
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers behind Zombieland and its upcoming sequel, originally conceived the Zombieland universe as a TV show. Well, obviously that didn't work out, but if you really pay attention to the film, it's hard to deny that it pretty much feels like several bits of episodic television all glued together. Box office success hasn't changed their minds about makin' good on their small screen aspirations though.
You want badass? This is pretty damned badass! We've scored your first ever look at Tony Todd as Ben in Zebediah de Soto's upcoming 3D animated feature film Night of the Living Dead: Origins, and all we can say is wow. Just wow.
There's not much that warms the heart of your old Uncle Creepy more than zombies, especially when they're contained within such a rich universe as the one created by Robert Kirkman in The Walking Dead. Which is why I'm ecstatic to report that a start date has been set for the filming of the pilot for Frank Darabont's The Walking Dead TV adaptation on AMC.
Though I personally was a little disappointed with Zombieland, most people really dug it, and it performed well enough at the box office to warrant a sequel. Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are working hard to make that happen, and when it does, you can expect all the usual suspects to return for another round of undead mayhem. But what else should you expect?
Just looking at these new stills from the new African zombie flick The Dead from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford instantly makes the theme from Lucio Fulci's Zombie start playing in our heads. We can think of no higher compliment than that!
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of the sick and twisted Conor (Dead Meat, The Disturbed) McMahon so we thought we'd help him out with a little competition he's involved with over on Ireland's national broadcaster RTÉ for his web series "Zombie Bashers". Read on for how you can get involved.