Thanks to IGN, we got some more details on the upcoming Dead Rising 2. The gaming site had a chance to listen to this week's Secret Files podcast of Capcom's head of R&D, Keiji Inafune, who not only revealed some clues about the direction of the upcoming sequel but also expanded on the next phase of Capcom's global design philosophy.
It’s been a long time since we heard much about an adaptation of the 4-issue comic series Dead @ 17, but it seems things have been moving and shaking on the project behind the scenes that may see its eventual creation on a much larger scale than originally expected.
This morning we got a heads up from a video producer up in Toronto, Canada, who recently got the chance to sit down with Pontypool author/screenwriter Tony Burgess to talk about the film. Instead of hording the info for themselves, they’ve put the interview up on YouTube for all to enjoy, so you can check it out below!
Who wouldn't be down to see Ken Foree kicking some new zombie ass? Well that's exactly what we're going to get from Milan Konjevic's latest undead bash, Zone of the Dead, and we now have a trailer for you to sink your teeth into!
The bipedal land dwellers who are behind the entity known as Production Weekly have learned of a new project being produced by Diablo Cody, screenwriter of Juno and the upcoming Jennifer’s Body. It’s called Breathers: A Zombie’s Lament, and will be adapted from the debut novel of the same name from S.G. Browne, which is shipping out to book stores on March 3rd. The story sounds a bit on the trite side, but if done well it could be a lot of fun…
We’re not sure if the intention was for this teaser to look like it was taped or if, indeed , it was taped (hence making it bootleg!), but what you can see below appears to be the first teaser for Dead Rising 2, which is currently in development.
I’ve never heard of The Ghouly Boys, but then I’ve had barely a toe in the comics scene for quite a few years so hopefully you guys can forgive me.
Looking for something a little different to do with your significant other this Valentine's Day? If you live in or near San Diego, you could take him or her on a ZombieWalk!
In case you've forgotten, Xombie: Dead on Arrival - The Complete Flash Series is hitting DVD on March 31, 2009, from Halo 8 Entertainment. To help remind you, they just sent over a brand-new trailer for the show you can dig upon below.
It was weird enough that someone out there took the time to re-write Jane Austen’s classic novel to make it into Pride & Prejudice & Zombies; now it’s being looked at as a film, too? Wonders never cease.
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.