I haven't heard of Zombies Zombies Zombies, but I am going to take a guess and say it's about strippers.
I’ve always said one sure way we could get out of this conflict in the Middle East is if we could somehow send over a squad of zombies to take care of our enemies. The creators of the comic ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction agree with me, as do the folks at Benderspink, who’ve just nabbed the movie rights for the Red 5 comic according to Variety.
You know it's a good day to be a zombie fan when you learn from some well placed friends that your favorite walking dead director is getting set to start production on yet another entry into his classic series! Ah yes, kids, Diary of the Dead 2 is all but on its way!
Zombies are great and all, but watching them tear apart able-bodied people gets a little old sometimes. In some respects it's far more fun to watch survivors fight back ... especially if those among the living are hot, sexy and naughty schoolgirls.
If you're lucky enough to be going to the San Diego Comic Con this year, you'll get to see footage from the upcoming Resident Evil CGI flick Degeneration. The rest of us will just have to make do with a website and trailer.
So Nintendo had absolutely nothing for horror gamers in their press conference at E3 yesterday. Don’t worry, though; there are still some quality horror titles heading to the Nintendo Wii.
The crew of the UK indie zombie flick Within the Woods drew our attention to their project today with a trailer and some "making of" videos. Can our pals from across the pond succeed where so many American indie filmmakers have failed?
First things first: March 13th, 2009. Yes, that’s a Friday so you’ll want to plan not to spend that evening watching counselors at Camp Crystal Lake being slaughtered. Instead you’ll want to keep that evening, nay the whole weekend, free for the follow-up to the best reviewed horror game to date.
Jack Ketchum. A man whose name has been synonymous with horror for as long as I can remember. A man whose works, when I was growing, were spoken of with reverence by those who knew everything there was to know about horror writing, works so terrifyingly real that they were too much for even the most hardcore of readers.
Zombies have become the backbone of the indie filmmaking scene; I've said that countless times in the past. Throw a little grey paint on one of your buddies, and you're ready to make something that'll end up at my front door to torture me. But there are filmmakers out there who know how to properly use the undead.
For the last few months we here at Dread Central have been working with a group of incredibly talented writers and artists on a new project that we hope is going to change the way the horror community thinks about the undead.
Hey, all! We just got a look at the brand spanking new poster for Corbin Bernsen’s Dead Air, the story of a shock jock (Bill Moseley) who has to deal with an outbreak of what may or may not be zombies during his radio show. Dead Air is in post as we speak, so expect to see and hear more very soon!
All right, I wanted to wait until next week to give you guys a heads up on this, but this is too juicy to pass up. Dread Central is getting involved in a very cool project that will begin with a graphic novel called Minions of Ka and will end, we hope, on a global level. This is something that’s going to bring all fans of horror together with one of the coolest zombie stories you’ll ever hear. Needless to say, we’re very excited by it and the people we’re working with.