Are you a fan of the really unique undead spin put on the Jane Austen literary masterpiece via Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? If so, then get ready for some really good news to kick off the new year!
And do they ever! One of Dread Central's favorite corpse-themed collectibles is Sideshow Toys' line of The Dead figures. Standing in at twelve inches tall, these shambling badasses pack a lot of bite. But now ... there's a whole new way to enjoy them!
No, we're not talking about the one starring Sid Haig from a while back, or even the new re-envisioning from Zeb DeSoto announced a few weeks ago. We're talking the original ... in color ... and in 3D. Um, yay I guess?
Take the Southern fried swaggery charm of True Blood and replace the vampires and werewolves with zombies; cannibalistic, robotic nightmares; and Cthulhu-esque horrors. Now make half the populace of a quiet little town superpowered and earmark the other half for meat ... and you’ve got Aaron Williams' North 40!
The French trailer and one-sheet for the Xavier Gens-produced flick by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, The Horde, appeared online today, and we have them both for you all good and foreign like.
Anyone who's been visiting this site for the past year knows that we are HUGE fans of the Slamdance award winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead (review here). Word just came down today that the flick will be getting a high definition release along with the DVD! Saints be praised!
Zombies. We can't get enough of them, man. Neither can writer/producer/director Bing Bailey as the trailer for his undead indie effort Portrait of a Zombie has just gone live over at the official Portrait of a Zombie website!
As previously reported, one of 2008's surprise direct-to-DVD hits, The Outpost, is getting itself a sequel, entitled Outpost II: Black Sun. To further get you excited about this glorious news, some badass stills and artwork have slipped online for it! Ready for a little more undead Nazi action?
Zombie fans got an early Christmas present today with the announcement that the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, the Wagner/Cuban Companies' Magnet Releasing, has acquired US rights to George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead, the latest in the legendary director's beloved series of Dead zombie films.
Yesterday we showed you the official Horrorfest 4 poster for The Final, and today we got a peek at the one-sheet for the "political zombedy" known as ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction.
It seems like we've been waiting forever for Bruce McDonald's excellent Pontypool (review here) to officially hit the American and international markets on home video (it's been available in Canada since July), and finally there's a bit of light at the end of the tunnel.
Nothing like taking the kitchen sink approach to a project, which is what it sounds like A. Lee Martinez did when writing the novel Gil's All Fright Diner about a vampire and werewolf who team up to fight zombies after stopping at a diner in the desert that is a conduit for the supernatural.
Zombie movies. We love them. We need them. We consume them faster than the ghouls who populate them do our flesh. A new short film called Plague has been brought to our attention, and it's without question good enough for us to bring it to yours! Check it out!
Lucky fans in the UK won't have to wait very much longer to get their hands on the latest entry in George A. Romero's Dead franchise! Just another reason to envy those across the pond.
Reviewed by Heather Wixson Starring Jack Forcinito, Andy Hopper, Nadine Stenovitch, Lew Temple, Vernon Wells, Felissa Rose Directed by Sean Cain “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”