Earlier this week I had an opportunity to check out the mobile game for World War Z from Paramount Digital Entertainment and Phosphor Games Studio. It hits the iOS and Android stores today (iOS link here) and, for $4.99, provides a surprisingly complete gaming experience.
“Offering a fully immersive experience, players are dropped into the middle of the World War Z chaos. Casual and core gamers will both love the game’s action-packed first person experience and electrifying story. Featuring 28 visceral levels, intense combat, engaging puzzles, upgradable weapons and armor, an unlimited challenge mode, and a global scale, this game challenges you: play to survive.” Meanwhile the film is in theaters June 21st from director Marc Forster. The zombie epic stars Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, Matthew Fox, and David Morse.
Head inside for my thoughts. Also the first 10 people who email the title of their favorite zombie movie to Contest Now Closed win a free copy! READ MORE
Starting right now it just got a little easier to get your horror fix on the go. When you visit Bloody Disgusting on select mobile devices you’ll automatically be taken to our new mobile site which is faster, leaner, and optimized for your phone or tablet. When you just want the news, it’s the perfect way to stay up to date and get the latest headlines. You can easily share and bookmark stories, and of course whenever you want the full Bloody Disgusting experience you can choose to view the desktop version at anytime.
If your device isn’t supported yet don’t worry, we have other options for you too! Read on for more info, supported devices, and a little preview of what it looks like! READ MORE
As a blogger and all around online presence, Matt Serafini definitely knows his sh*t when it comes to horror. I occasionally butt heads with him for liking something I don’t (or vice versa), but he’s certainly done his homework on the genre and is someone I respect.
And he’s got his first book out! “Feral” is available on the Amazon Kindle store (with a physical publication in the coming weeks) for only $4.99. And if you’re feeling tender about even that low of a price, you can always check out a sample chapter! I haven’t had a chance to read it but am certainly looking forward to doing so when I get a moment.
In the book, “It was supposed to be an idyllic summer vacation for college friends Jack Markle and Allen Taylor. But they didn’t know about the evil lurking in the resort town of Greifsfield. When Allen falls under the influence of insidious beauty Elisabeth Luna, Jack begins to realize that sinister forces are at work all around him. And now he’s fighting to save his friends from an age-old evil he never believed could exist.
Even if it kills him.“