Got your shiny new Day of the Dead remake DVD and hungry to get it signed? Dark Delicacies has your fix on their menu!
The road to getting your vision on video can be one hell of a struggle. Our buddy and filmmaker Kiven Head knows this well. For several months now he has been raising funds via a raffle so that his movie, The Undertakers: Road's End, can come to life (“The Undertakers Need Zombies” – February 2008).
Today Dread Central reader Snake pointed us in the direction of a new trailer for an independent film titled The Sky Has Fallen (official site). Though we don't usually run stories for indie film trailers, this fan-made remix is set to the tune of Nine Inch Nails' "And All That Could Have Been". Check out the official synopsis below:
Been a long day? On the outs with your honey during the zombie apocalypse? Got some red on you? Time to knock back a few cold ones! Drown your sorrows in style by heading over to our EVILSHOP and getting yourself a 16 oz. glass from everyone's favorite zombie shelter, the Winchester Pub!
Yesterday we got the word on Diary and Night of the Living Dead DVD dates. This morning we pointed you to the first look at the art. Now Dread Central can exclusively tell you what will be on both discs!
Following up on the news we shared with you yesterday, those undead freaks over at Zombie Friends got the first look at both the Diary of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead: 40th Anniversary Edition this morning. No, it’s not a joke; the NotLD cover really is that dull.
If you haven’t yet checked out Frank Sudol’s City of Rott (review), you really don’t know what you're missing. I won’t tell you about it now; just check out the review and see what I mean.
So, what is better than strippers? Free strippers? Nah. Strippers without drug habits? Meh. Zombie strippers with a hankering for human flesh? Thank you, Sony!!!
Last year we brought you news of a fresh zombie film being directed by Gregg Bishop, which featured the undead feasting on teens during a homecoming dance (“The Dead Can Dance” – May 2007). The artwork for the film back then really wasn't much to look at, but today we got an eyeful.
Nothing like zombies in space, you know? I bet that’s where they’ll go with the next Resident Evil movie ... or if they weren’t they will now. Someone in Hollywood is always looking for bad ideas.
Those of you out there who are serious collectors likely know the name Mego. Back in the 1970’s, Mego were the first company to release 8” poseable action figures for characters from “Star Trek” and “Batman”.