The first details for Dead Rising 2 have finally come to light via IGN today, and while there’s not a helluva lot to report, it’s just cool to know it’s in active development.
The writers of both Outlander and Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, which both managed to come out on the exact same day, have been announced as nabbing scripting duties for ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction, the Red 5 comic created by Underworld trilogy star Kevin Grevioux.
An adaptation of the classic zombie comic Deadworld has been in the works in one form or another for a long, long time now.
Craig Singer, director of two Horrorfest titles, Dark Ride (pictured) and Perkins’ 14, got to chatting with Fearnet during the New York Comic Con and discussed two new films he’s working on, one of which is a top-secret remake of a zombie film.
Amber Heard’s getting all sorts of attention all of a sudden; just the other day we reported that the All the Boys Love Mandy Lane star would be leading the cast of John Carpenter’s new film, The Ward, but that was just the beginning!
While speaking with George Romero today about the "Tales from the Darkside" DVD release, I got a quick update on what's been happening with the still not officially titled ...of the Dead.
Bio-terrorism takes on a whole new meaning in Bio-Dead, a new indie sci-fi horror flick from writer director Stephen J. Hadden about the horror that awaits a hazmat team looking for survivors following a viral holocaust.
I’m sure I don’t have to remind you guys of the badass zombie graphic novel we’ve been touting for a while now, Minions of Ka, created by some of the coolest guys we’ve ever met ... do I?
Know what I love? Zombies. I love everything about them. And now I love something else -- Hackers in Austin! Transportation officials in Texas are in a tizzy over some hackers who have taken over the road signs in their city.
Ever since these collectibles were announced, I've been salivating over them like a rabid dog! Well, the time has come to get them into your hungry claws so get set to take a look at the nifty packaging!
Anyone who’s read Max Brooks’ World War Z should know the significance of the Battle of Yonkers. It’s a turning point in the story of man's war against the zombies and one sequence that will make or break the upcoming film when all is said and done.
Don’t let the title Silent Night, Zombie Night fool you. While writer/director Sean Cain is clearly paying homage to the campy 80s slasher flick Silent Night, Deadly Night, there’s nothing campy about his latest film.
Someone either has way too much time on their hands or they’re a genius. Maybe they’re a genius with way too much time on their hands? Whatever the case is, the person is Seth Grahame-Smith and the book is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I’ll just let that sink in for a moment...